Wyoming Arts Council

"Fabricated Dissolution" on display at Gallery 234 until Nov. 19

A new exhibition, “Fabricated Dissolution,” from artist Stacy Stibora will be on display at the University of Wyoming in Gallery 234 until Thursday, Nov. 19. The show will feature Stibora’s photography, which uses a variety of technical manipulations to layer man-made structures against nature, creating a commentary of creation and decay. There will be a
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Save the date: Award-winning author Erik Larson at UW on April 20, 2016

Celebrate Dia de los Muertos Nov. 7 at the State Museum in Cheyenne

The Wyoming State Museum’s next Family Days program, an examination of the cultural traditions and folk art of Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, will be held on Saturday, November 7. Visitors are invited to stop by the Museum anytime between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. During their visit, participants will celebrate
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Pianist Richard Dowling tours Wyoming in December

Piatigorsky Foundation Winter 2015 Tour of Wyoming Featuring pianist Richard Dowling who will conduct a series of free concerts  Schedule: Wednesday, December 2 (school show) City/Town: Greybull, WY Location w/ address: Greybull High School Time: 7:00 p.m. Thursday, December 3 City/Town: Worland, WY Location w/ address: Washakie Museum & Cultural Center, 2200 Big Horn Ave. Time: 7:00
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WAC board holds next quarterly meeting Nov. 12-13 in Thermopolis

The Wyoming Arts Council will hold its next quarterly board meeting in Thermopolis on Nov. 12-13. It will be held in the Government Annex Building’s County Commission Meeting Room, 117 N. 4th St. Beginning at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12, the board will convene to adjudicate Governor’s Arts Awards nominations, hear reports, plan for
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Casper College Library holds second annual holiday book drive through Dec. 7

From a Casper College press release: The Casper College Goodstein Foundation Library is holding its Second Annual Holiday Book Drive through Monday, Dec. 7. “The library is again teaming up with Wyoming Food For Thought Project to give books to children in need along with food bags this Christmas,” said Brad Matthies, library director. The
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Call for artists: UW Geological Museum

The University of Wyoming Geological Museum is hosting an OPEN CALL FOR ART exploring broad topics in geologic history and paleontological discoveries, from across Wyoming. Artists are encouraged to submit work in all mediums. We are looking for conceptual and visual artists who would like to be part of a mixed-media show in the UW Geological Museum’s Gallery
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Deadline is Nov. 9 for Werner Wildlife Museum’s “Wild Country, Wild Art” show

Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, is the deadline for those interested in submitting entries for the Werner Wildlife Museum’s annual all-media show, “Wild Country, Wild Art.” “Wild Country, Wild Art” is designed to showcase Wyoming’s wildlife and wild places. “To honor the wild theme, artists are requested to limit their images to those that can be
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Deadline is Nov. 9 for Werner Wildlife Museum's "Wild Country, Wild Art" show

Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, is the deadline for those interested in submitting entries for the Werner Wildlife Museum’s annual all-media show, “Wild Country, Wild Art.” “Wild Country, Wild Art” is designed to showcase Wyoming’s wildlife and wild places. “To honor the wild theme, artists are requested to limit their images to those that can be
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Moonrise Kingdom: Two Laramie artists find inspiration on the Red Desert

Story by Melodie Edwards on the Wyoming Public Radio web site (podcast also available): When you think of Wyoming landscape art, it’s probably not of fracking sites or abandoned man camps. But two Laramie artists feel it’s time to take a hard look at all of Wyoming’s landscapes. My artist husband and I decided to
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