Wyoming Arts Council

Mark Ritchie exhibit "Grazer" at Plaza Diane in Powell through March 14

An exhibition, “Grazer,” by University of Wyoming Department of Art Professor Mark Ritchie, is on display at the Plaza Diane Community Center for the Arts in downtown Powell through March 14. In the “Grazer” exhibition, the horse “is a personal narrative, a powerful metaphor and an exploration of the thin line between wild and domestic,”
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Sheridan hosts Stars of Tomorrow competition Feb. 20

The annual Stars of Tomorrow competition will be held on Friday, Feb. 20, 7-9 p.m., at the WYO Theater, 420 Main Street in Sheridan. Every year Sheridan area youth get the chance to show off their talents and  a chance to perform on the WYO Theatre Stage  for the Annual Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow Youth
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Banff Mountain Film Festival “World Tour” stops in Laramie

Two days of FREE, exciting mountain adventure and culture films! The Banff Film Festival, held annually in Banff, Alberta, draws films from all over the world. Shortly after the winners are announced, you see only the “Best of the Fest” as they tour the country and the world with the show. Do not miss this
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Banff Mountain Film Festival "World Tour" stops in Laramie

Two days of FREE, exciting mountain adventure and culture films! The Banff Film Festival, held annually in Banff, Alberta, draws films from all over the world. Shortly after the winners are announced, you see only the “Best of the Fest” as they tour the country and the world with the show. Do not miss this
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New opportunity for Ucross fellows in the visual and performing arts

From a Ucross Foundation press release: Greetings from Ucross! We want you to know about a unique opportunity for Ucross Fellows who are working in the visual or performing arts. Ucross Foundation is participating in an international “artistic circle” that will support one individual annually for a creative journey of art-making. Initiated by Ucross board
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Lander Art Center looking for a new education coordinator

From the Lander Art Center: Education Coordinator Job Reports to: Executive Director (ED) Schedule:  25 hours per week, additional teaching hours required. This is a part-time position with potential for long-term growth and advancement. Majority of work will be conducted at the Lander Art Center’s 224 Main Street location. SUMMARY The Education Coordinator is responsible
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On Ensemble presents free Japan Arts Day concert Feb. 18 in Casper

JAPAN ARTS DAY in Casper presents On Ensemble for a free concert on Wednesday, Feb. 18, 7:30 p.m., in the John F. Welsh Auditorium at Natrona County High School. On Ensemble is at the forefront of a growing artistic movement in the taiko (Japanese ensemble drumming) world. Recognized for relentless innovation, On Ensemble has made
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Chris Dacre gallery talk and reception set for Feb. 19-20 in Laramie

From a University of Wyoming press release: The work of Denver artist Chris Dacre is featured in an original exhibition, “Crossing the Delaware Line,” through March 20 in the Visual Arts Gallery located in the University of Wyoming’s Visual Arts Building at the corner of 22nd and Willett Drive. Dacre will present a gallery talk
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Call for entries: ARTCORE One-Act Play Competition

ARTCORE is calling for a new play for adults and older youth to perform for family audiences. The winner will be performed during the 2015-2016 season. ARTCORE’s competitions are judged by out-of-state judges, and there is a $ 15 entry fee for each manuscript entered. The winner of the One-Act Play competition will receive a
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Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board meets Feb. 27 in Cheyenne

The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund Board will meet in Cheyenne on February 27 at Little America, Casper Room, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. During the meeting the Cultural Trust board will hear reports from representatives of granted projects from the last year. This provides a unique opportunity for the board to learn about the exciting events and
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