Wyoming Arts Council

Arts Summit

November 1-5

Join us virtually this year for a week-long series of sessions, workshops, and networking. Sessions begin at 1 p.m. each day. The theme for the Arts Summit is “Connecting Through the Arts.”

Registration is now open and available online through Eventbrite. Registration for the 2021 virtual Arts Summit is pay what you can. The Arts Council doesn’t want payment to be a barrier to participation. If you are able to pay, we suggest $25 to help offset costs.

The full schedule is available for download here, with session descriptions and links for additional information included.

Past Arts Summits

2019 Equity in the Arts

LOCATION: Cheyenne, WY

DATES: November 7-9, 2019


2019 Keynote Speakers

Mary Anne Carter, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).

Pam Breaux, president and CEO of the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA).

Roxanne Anderson, 2018 Bush Fellow and City of Minneapolis City Making Artist.

Artwalk featured artists

Musicians: Michael Gould, Leigh Martin Duo, Jason Tyler Burton, The Two Tracks Duo, Kaycee TenBoer, Hillery Lynn, Y-O, & Culmination 

Artists: Greg Fladager, Kevin Robinette, Mike MacIntosh, Donna Schultz, Georgia Rowswell, Dave Rowswell, Michelle Martin, Phillippa Lack, Alisha Isaacson, Michelle Martin, Phillippa Lack, Donna Person, Sandi Underwood, Mary Schumacher, Sammie Smith, Carroll Roth, Susan Augie, Brenda Treuthardt,Bev Finger, Gail Sundell, Shawna Pickinpaugh, Talissa Abeyta, Curt Theobald, Chris Amend,  Steve Knox, Elizabeth Rulli, Danielle Kirby, Paul Taylor, & Gene Gagliano

2019 Sponsors

Warehouse Twenty One

Little America Hotel & Resort

Arts Cheyenne



DATES: November 2-4, 2017


2017 Keynote Speakers

Kealoha, Poet Laureate of Hawai`i. As an internationally acclaimed poet and storyteller.

Savannah Barrett, Director of Programs for Art of the Rural and co-founder of the Kentucky Rural-Urban Exchange.

Maria Lopez De León, President, CEO and board member of the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC).