Wyoming Arts Council

Buffalo Bill State Park hosts Rockin’ the Reservoir on July 11

Gear up for the Fifth Annual Rockin’ the Reservoir Music Festival at the Big Horn Basin Boat Club, Buffalo Bill State Park, July 11, from 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. The event, hosted by the Big Horn Basin Boat Club, features live music and food. Tickets are sold at the park entrance beginning at 4
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Buffalo Bill State Park hosts Rockin' the Reservoir on July 11

Gear up for the Fifth Annual Rockin’ the Reservoir Music Festival at the Big Horn Basin Boat Club, Buffalo Bill State Park, July 11, from 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. The event, hosted by the Big Horn Basin Boat Club, features live music and food. Tickets are sold at the park entrance beginning at 4
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NASAA Releases State Arts Agency FY 2016 Legislative Appropriations Preview

The WAC just received this announcement from Ryan Stubbs, research director at the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies. Wyoming is one of the 56 state and territorial arts agencies that belong to NASAA. As you will see in the map, Wyoming is ranged No. 7 in per capita spending for the arts. This places
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Wyoming State Museum creates new technical assistance slide show  

From our colleagues at the Wyoming State Museum: The Wyoming State Museum has posted a third slide show in its Online Technical Assistance Program. The program’s goal is to give how-to advice to small museums in a format that’s easy to follow. The museum’s Collections Section Supervisor, Jim Allison, said the museum is always trying
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Dancers’ Workshop presents New York City Ballet MOVES in residence July 20-26

Exciting news from Dancers’ Workshop: Dancers’ Workshop brings world-renowned dance companies to the resort town of Jackson each summer for a series of dance performances and unique programs that leave a lasting impact on the small, yet passionate, community of all ages and interests. This summer New York City Ballet MOVES returns for their sixth
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Dancers' Workshop presents New York City Ballet MOVES in residence July 20-26

Exciting news from Dancers’ Workshop: Dancers’ Workshop brings world-renowned dance companies to the resort town of Jackson each summer for a series of dance performances and unique programs that leave a lasting impact on the small, yet passionate, community of all ages and interests. This summer New York City Ballet MOVES returns for their sixth
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WAC conducting town meetings in 11 communities

​​The Wyoming Arts Council is holding Town Meetings in 11 communities across the state this summer.  Please join us. Worland: Monday, July 13, from noon-1:30 p.m. in the board room of the Washakie Museum & Cultural Center, 2200 Big Horn Ave. (Attendees are welcome to bring their own brown bag lunch.) Cody: Monday, July 13, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Park County Public
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State Museum completes its 125th anniversary exhibit

News from our colleagues at the State Museum: Just in time for the celebration of Wyoming’s 125 years of Statehood, the Wyoming State Museums special 125th Anniversary exhibit is completed. Featuring artifacts from the State Museum’s collection, as well as historic photos and documents from the State Archives, the exhibit chronicles significant events in the
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Artists in the Environment features five plein air painters on July 11

From Artists in the Environment: July visitors to Grand Teton National Park, as well as local residents, will have many opportunities to watch artists in action. On Saturday, July 11, from 3-6 p.m., five distinguished member of the Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters will chose locations at Schwabacher Landing, referencing the beautiful landscape views to
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Pop-up gallery is at the Hynds in July

The Wyoming Tribune-Eagle recently featured a story about a new pop-up gallery in downtown Cheyenne: The Indian Paintbrush Studio and Friends Art Gallery and Gift Shop will sell the works of artists from Laramie County and the city of Laramie. “Nothing traveled across the ocean or across state lines to get here,” said Gayle Wilson, one
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