Health & Wellness through the Arts
| Posted: April 24, 2018
The Arts Council’s Health and Wellness through the Arts program connects artists, arts organizations and health service providers to deliver creative opportunities to constituents managing a decline in health, living with a temporary or permanent physical, emotional or cognitive disability, or wishing to improve daily life. Participation in the arts has a direct effect on
Wyoming State Capitol Sculpture Project
| Posted: November 7, 2017
Currently, the State of Wyoming is in the process of selecting an artist to design and create four sculptures, one for each niche in the Capitol Rotunda.
Wyoming Independent Music Initiative
| Posted: August 17, 2016
The Wyoming Independent Music Initiative (WIMI) is a pilot of the Wyoming Arts Council and was launched in early spring 2016 to strengthen the independent music scene in Wyoming. A variety of programs are being developed under the initiative to strengthen musicians and their art form, to encourage and support venues to host live music, and to develop and nurture community relations…
Americans for the Arts State Policy Pilot Program
| Posted: March 17, 2015
Formally launched in August 2014 at the National Conference of State Legislatures’ Legislative Summit, Americans for the Arts’ State Policy Pilot Program, also known as SP3, includes ten state teams seeking to strengthen arts education by advancing state policy. Wyoming is excited to be part of this new endeavor. Americans for the Arts will support
| Posted: May 15, 2017
WESTAF (Western States Arts Federation), in association with the Wyoming Arts Council, launched its new IMTour.org™ site in April of 2017. An extension of the Independent Music on Tour (IMTour™) grant, the website pairs independent musicians with presenting nonprofit organizations in the western United States. With close ties to the Denver music community, WESTAF recognized
Piatigorsky Foundation Tours
| Posted: August 19, 2013
Programs Since 1990, The Piatigorsky Foundation has presented more than 3,560 performances, introducing the joy of live classical music in communities throughout the country. Our artists play for audiences including seniors, schoolchildren, the economically disadvantaged, and those living in geographically remote areas. The foundation differs from traditional arts organizations in that we perform in non-traditional
Wyoming Arts Alliance (WyAA)
| Posted: October 24, 2012
The Wyoming Arts Alliance (WyAA) partners with WAC to provide services to presenters and performing artists.
Art in Public Buildings
| Posted: October 22, 2012
About the Art in Public Buildings Program In 1991, the 51st Legislature of the State of Wyoming passed the Art in Public Buildings legislation. One percent of construction costs of new, state-owned buildings is to be utilized for placing artwork in the public setting, helping to beautify our public buildings and draw attention to the
Arts in the Parks
| Posted: October 18, 2012
Wyoming has great state parks, great historic sites and great artists! Each year, the WAC and Wyoming State Parks collaborate to bring artists and arts experiences into Wyoming’s beautiful outdoors.
Governor’s Arts Awards
| Posted: October 18, 2012
Established in 1982, the Governor’s Arts Awards recognize artists, arts organizations and patrons who have displayed excellence in the arts and outstanding service to the arts in Wyoming.