Wyoming Arts Council

The Lander Art Center invites you to the opening reception of “Give/Take”

The Lander Art Center invites you to the opening reception of “Give/Take” on Friday, July 10, 6-8 p.m. Give/Take exhibition is a traveling art exhibition created by eleven women artists residing in Lander and Laramie. Linked in a focused exploration of “nourishment”, each artist explores how they need, receive, and provide nourishment on many levels,
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Check out Lynn Newman's art demos in July at Clay Paper Scissors

Just in case you were looking for something artsy to do in downtown Cheyenne in July: July is Here — and we’re open a lot at Clay Paper Scissors! Lots going on as summer heats up. Finally it’s warm! Frontier Days is just around the corner. Lynn Newman’s show, “Wyoming Complements,” is up through July,
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Check out Lynn Newman’s art demos in July at Clay Paper Scissors

Just in case you were looking for something artsy to do in downtown Cheyenne in July: July is Here — and we’re open a lot at Clay Paper Scissors! Lots going on as summer heats up. Finally it’s warm! Frontier Days is just around the corner. Lynn Newman’s show, “Wyoming Complements,” is up through July,
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July 3 book signing features Pullen & Herzog and "The Presidents"

July 3 book signing features Pullen & Herzog and “The Presidents”

Jalan Crossland will be headliner for July 10 statehood bash in Cheyenne

Please attend our big party: A special event celebrating the 125th Anniversary of Wyoming Statehood will be held from 3-10 p.m., July 10, in the Capitol Complex and the Historic Governors’ Mansion. Gov. Matt Mead, the state’s elected officials and the Wyoming State Legislature invite the public to help celebrate this momentous occasion. Gov. Mead
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Cambodian Genocide Topic of UW Program in Centennial

“The Khmer Rouge Genocide and Cambodia’s Museum of Memory” will be the topic of a University of Wyoming presentation Wednesday, July 8, at the Albany County Public Library Centennial branch. The “What in the World?” program is free and open to the public. The presentations highlight innovative international research projects. Nicole Crawford, UW Art Museum
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New NEA research on arts participation among people with disabilities

This press release just arrived from the National Endowment for the Arts: New NEA Research on Arts Participation among People with Disabilities WASHINGTON – Nearly 28 million U.S. adults have some type of disability related to hearing, sight, cognition, walking, and other activities of daily living. The latest NEA research offers the first, nationally representative
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Wyoming Arts Council holds town meeting in Casper July 17

The Wyoming Arts Council is holding a Town Meeting on Friday, July 17, noon-1:30, in the Casper College Gateway Building, Room 223, Casper. The meeting is open to the public. The WAC is holding these gatherings this summer in ten other communities around the state. WAC Executive Director Michael Lange urges people to attend and
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