Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: Cheyenne Artists’ Guild National Juried Art Show

The Cheyenne Artists’ Guild announces its 44th annual National Juried Art Show on September 1–30 in Cheyenne. The Guild celebrates its 44th art competition show and sale by inviting artists from all 50 states to participate. Entry deadline is August 8. The categories included are: Wildlife, Portrait, Landscape, Still Life and Non-Traditional. Calendar: June 1 –
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Call for entries: Cheyenne Artists' Guild National Juried Art Show

The Cheyenne Artists’ Guild announces its 44th annual National Juried Art Show on September 1–30 in Cheyenne. The Guild celebrates its 44th art competition show and sale by inviting artists from all 50 states to participate. Entry deadline is August 8. The categories included are: Wildlife, Portrait, Landscape, Still Life and Non-Traditional. Calendar: June 1 –
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Is your arts organization prepared for a weather emergency?

The Wyoming Arts Council is a partner with ArtsReady, sponsored by South Arts in Atlanta. They just sent out this press release addressing evacuation and shutdown plans during hurricane season. OK, so we don’t get many hurricanes in Wyoming. But just ask Lusk and Buffalo about flash floods. Remember the Wright and Wheatland tornadoes? We
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Nina McConigley leads June 13 Writers in the Park workshop

The Grand Teton Association offers a free writing workshop in Grand Teton National Park, Saturday, June 13.  The guest writer is Nina McConigley, this year’s winner of the National PEN Award.  She will lead the workshop for writers of any genre and any level of interest. For the workshop,  meet at the flagpole in front
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LGBT Archive of the American West launched at UW’s American Heritage Center

This news comes from Rick Ewig, associate director of the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming: The American Heritage Center (AHC) at the University of Wyoming (UW) in Laramie, which houses several significant collections related to slain UW student Matthew Shepard, is currently developing “Out West in the Rockies,” a first-of-its kind regional
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LGBT Archive of the American West launched at UW's American Heritage Center

This news comes from Rick Ewig, associate director of the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming: The American Heritage Center (AHC) at the University of Wyoming (UW) in Laramie, which houses several significant collections related to slain UW student Matthew Shepard, is currently developing “Out West in the Rockies,” a first-of-its kind regional
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Casper College offers “Literature of the Supernatural” class in the fall

From a Casper College press release: A class looking at horror literature will be offered for the fall semester at Casper College. Taught by English instructor Ben Lareau, “Literature of the Supernatural” (ENGL 2235 01) will take several approaches to horror as a genre. “First, there is the history of it – where and when
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Casper College offers "Literature of the Supernatural" class in the fall

From a Casper College press release: A class looking at horror literature will be offered for the fall semester at Casper College. Taught by English instructor Ben Lareau, “Literature of the Supernatural” (ENGL 2235 01) will take several approaches to horror as a genre. “First, there is the history of it – where and when
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Idaho poet Bethany Schultz Hurst explores “multiple narratives” in June 15 workshop

From the Teton County Library in Jackson: Teton County Library invites the community to participate in a free writing workshop and poetry reading with Idaho poet Bethany Schultz Hurst, who will look at poetry’s ability to simultaneously inhabit multiple narratives. As poet David Baker says, “no single position is ever sufficient to articulate our lives,
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Idaho poet Bethany Schultz Hurst explores "multiple narratives" in June 15 workshop

From the Teton County Library in Jackson: Teton County Library invites the community to participate in a free writing workshop and poetry reading with Idaho poet Bethany Schultz Hurst, who will look at poetry’s ability to simultaneously inhabit multiple narratives. As poet David Baker says, “no single position is ever sufficient to articulate our lives,
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