pARTners wants to thank and acknowledge the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund for supporting the 43rd annual “Art & Literature in Nature” program that occurred March 12-16th, 2018 in Sinks Canyon State Park, located outside of Lander Wyoming. “Art & Lit” was sponsored in collaboration with Teton County School District #1 (Jackson Hole High School) and Exum Mountain Guides, with artistic and financial support from pARTners and the Wyoming Cultural Trust. 45 high school aged students and 7 adults spent 5 days in the Popo Agie campground and surrounding areas, with a final day working collaboratively with students at the Wind River Indian reservation.
The holdings of the Arapahoe Ranch have been in use for raising livestock since 1870. The ranch was started by Colonel George Sliney. Sliney’s lasting imprint on the Ranch is the irrigation ditch system, there is still a ditch just north of the Ranch Headquarters called the Sliney ditch. In the early days it was a sheep operation and was known as the Padlock Ranch. Sometime before 1918 the Padlock Ranch was purchased by a Midwest Industrialist by the name of Lee Simenson.
Where in Wyoming do you find live Celtic music all day and night, group dancing, jam sessions, workshops, children’s games, crafts, lectures, Irish food, whisky tasting and home-made wines and cider? Ceili at the Roundhouse Celtic Festival!
Now in it’s 10th year, the annual Festival will happen again in Evanston on March 23-24.
In 1935 ownership of an unused, thirteen year old church was transferred to the American Legion, Greybull Post 32 in exchange for one dollar. The little church became Legion Hall. The humble wood framed building never hosted a noteworthy event or person. It has no remarkable architectural attributes. It was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 2014 because of its contribution to the development of Greybull’s social order between the years 1935 to 1995. An old World War Two veteran said it best: “No one did any thing in Greybull without the blessing of the American Legion. Hell, you couldn’t even have a baby without the blessing of the Legion. Everything was decided in Legion Hall.”
Screen printing is one of the most popular, modern, and user friendly techniques in printmaking that encourages artistic expression for all ages. The addition of a screen printing washout station to the Art Association’s printmaking studio has opened doors for artists (intro students through advanced artists) to have access to a complete screen printing studio. Before we had the support of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, our studio lacked the necessary equipment for successful screen printing. As a strong technique on its own, screen printing also offers an avenue for artists of other mediums (2D as well as 3D) to translate their original artwork into works on paper, fiber, glass or metal.
Indulge in the sounds of the finest Canadian guitarists of African origin – 2005 Juno Award winners for World Music Album of the Year – African Guitar Summit. This star-studded collective unites the talents of 6 musicians, each an expert in their individual style and together creating musical magic with African Guitar Summit. African Guitar Summit will be performing at the CAM-PLEX Heritage Center, Gillette, November 9 at 7 p.m., supported in part by the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund.
On July 22, 2017 more than 240 people gathered under the Wyoming sun on the former Frederick family homestead outside of Guernsey, Wyoming to dedicate the National Historic Landmark Monument for the Hell Gap Paleoindian Site.