Wyoming Arts Council

CLTP’s Youth Summer Stock presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” June 26-28

Wyoming Humanities Council conducting survey of state's cultural resources

From the Wyoming Public Radio web site: The Wyoming Humanities Council is currently gathering data to assess the state’s cultural resources. WHC Assistant Director Jason Burge says there is a need in Wyoming for studies addressing humanities organizations. He says the survey will look at what these organizations do and how their communities support them.
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Wyoming Humanities Council conducting survey of state’s cultural resources

From the Wyoming Public Radio web site: The Wyoming Humanities Council is currently gathering data to assess the state’s cultural resources. WHC Assistant Director Jason Burge says there is a need in Wyoming for studies addressing humanities organizations. He says the survey will look at what these organizations do and how their communities support them.
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Pinedale’s  Soundcheck Summer Music Series kicks off June 27

From a Pinedale Fine Arts Council press release: The Pinedale Fine Arts Council (PFAC) is proud to kick off the 8th annual Soundcheck Summer Music Series featuring live outdoor music all summer long in Pinedale, WY. All shows take place in American Legion Park in Pinedale beginning at 5 pm and last until sundown. And
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Iconic Wyoming cowboy becomes "Wyoming Warrior" in the hands of artist Haily Washakie

From the Central Wyoming College web site: Wyoming Indian High School senior, Haily Washakie has artwork permanently on display at Central Wyoming Colleges’ Intertribal Center. The piece titled “Wyoming Warrior” is a block print that was originally 8.5 by 11 inches. It is now a two by three foot wall hanging. After creating the piece as
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Iconic Wyoming cowboy becomes “Wyoming Warrior” in the hands of artist Haily Washakie

From the Central Wyoming College web site: Wyoming Indian High School senior, Haily Washakie has artwork permanently on display at Central Wyoming Colleges’ Intertribal Center. The piece titled “Wyoming Warrior” is a block print that was originally 8.5 by 11 inches. It is now a two by three foot wall hanging. After creating the piece as
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Wyoming Shakespeare Festival Company takes Kate and Petruchio on the road this summer

News from the Wyoming Shakespeare Festival Company: Wyoming Shakespeare Festival Company is touring THE TAMING OF THE SHREW in 2015. William Shakespeare’s comedy’s ongoing appeal is easy to understand — it offers pure, production proof farce plus the perennially popular joke about the eternal battle of the sexes. But Katherina’s story and the joke of
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Beartrap Festival line-up will "have you dancing in the meadow"

The Beartrap Summer Festival sends this news: We are excited to announce the full musical lineup for the 2015 Beartrap Summer Festival. Accompanying our two biggest headliners of all time, Los Lobos and The Charlie Daniels Band, is a hand picked mix of local and national artists guaranteed to have you dancing in the meadow.
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Beartrap Festival line-up will “have you dancing in the meadow”

The Beartrap Summer Festival sends this news: We are excited to announce the full musical lineup for the 2015 Beartrap Summer Festival. Accompanying our two biggest headliners of all time, Los Lobos and The Charlie Daniels Band, is a hand picked mix of local and national artists guaranteed to have you dancing in the meadow.
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Good news: Wyoming on the list of top ten states for per capita arts spending

From the June 12 issue of The Art Newspaper: Government funding for the arts is a tricky business. On 29 May, San Francisco’s mayor Ed Lee announced that he would increase the city’s arts budget by $7m over the next two years. But the arts are still a shrinking part of San Francisco’s budget. As
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