Wyoming Arts Council

See you Oct. 4 in Casper at the Wyoming Arts Alliance's Block-Booking Conference


From the Wyoming Arts Alliance:

The Wyoming Arts Alliance’s Block-Booking Conference has been condensed to one fabulous day!  Saturday, October 4, will include workshop tracks, showcasing, exhibit hall time, and a members meeting.  For those arriving in Casper early, join us for a networking reception Friday evening.  Presenters can participate in a block-booking meeting on Sunday morning.

A newly constructed 32,000 square foot Music Building on the Casper College campus has been selected as this year’s conference site.

Main conference events:

Friday, October 3 — Reception at the Nicolaysen Art Museum 6-8 p.m.  Enjoy an artist talk, snacks, and networking.
Saturday, October 4 — Main conference activities: professional development, showcases, and exhibit hall time. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and in the evening, enjoy our featured showcase from the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra.
Sunday, October 5 — Block Booking meeting, 9 a.m. at the Hampton Inn

Visual Artists will have an opportunity to share their work through 20:20 presentations.  Advance sign-up is required and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Whether you’re an artist, educator, elected official, arts advocate, you belong to a school board or a nonprofit, or you’re just interested in learning more about current issues in the Arts world, come and join us for a conference filled with professional development, educational, and networking opportunities as we hear from artists and leaders around the state about what’s happening, and where the future of the Arts in Wyoming is headed.

FMI: http://wyomingarts.org/booking-conference


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