Wyoming Arts Council

Fall 2018

The fall 2018 edition of Artscapes is our Arts and Community Issue! Featuring stories on the Wyoming Arts Council Fellowship Recipients, Plein Air in the Parks in Sinks Canyon, The Arts and ENDOW, and the many ways that the arts have touched lives and strengthened communities all across the State. Next issue is due out in
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Summer 2018

The summer 2018 edition of Artscapes is our Cultural Tourism Issue! Feature stories include a tour of Wyoming’s top music festivals, the economic impact of museums on Wyoming’s economy, a responsible shopper’s guide to Native American arts, and a little photography advice from one of Wyoming’s top landscape photographers. Next issue is due out in
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Winter 2018

The winter 2018 issue features stories on the four 2017 Governor’s Arts Awards recipients, a review of Wyoming’s native arts scene, a follow up to last year’s Wyoming Arts Summit, and exciting new research about the economic impact of arts in rural communities. Next issue is due out in spring of 2018.

Fall 2017

The fall 2017 issue is the 50th Anniversary Edition! Featuring stories on the Wyoming Arts Summit in Lander, the Wyoming Arts Council’s history, and the many ways that the arts have touched lives and strengthened communities all across the Cowboy State. Next issue is due out in the winter of 2017.

Summer 2017

The winter 2017 issue features stories on arts education, the fine art of restoring Wyoming’s state capitol, and some exciting numbers from the National Arts Index.  Next issue is due out in the fall of 2017.

Winter 2017

The winter 2017 issue features stories on the four 2016 Governor’s Arts Awards recipients, a profile of a gilder/painter duo, a couple of handy guides for public art & placemaking, and previews of new programs at the Wyoming Arts Council. Next issue is due out in spring of 2017.

Winter 2016

The winter 2016 issue features stories on the six 2015 Governor’s Arts Awards recipients, a profile of sheep rancher, photographer and writer Cat Urbigkit and previews of new programs at the Wyoming Arts Council. Next issue is due out in winter of 2017.

Fall 2015

In this issue: Tyler Gilmore returns to Wyoming with “A Rambling Stretch” tour, The Brinton Museum in Big Horn blends Old West and New, the art of the diorama in Sheridan and Wyoming gets a new poet laureate. Click on the magazine cover for a larger view.

Summer 2015

In this issue: WAC Biennial Exhibit at the UW Art Museum, Groovin’ with Maddy and the G Spots, Evanston’s MAT Camp may be “the best-kept secret of the West” and the events of “125 Days of Arts & Humanities” light up the summer. Click on the magazine cover for a larger view.

Winter 2015

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