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Artist-focused program supports early-stage theatrical writing
November 25, 2016 – Ucross, Wyoming –On Saturday, December 17 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Ucross Foundation will present its fourth annual community Christmas celebration at the Park at Ucross.
Opportunity for Mid-Career Oregon Artists - Ucross Foundation Residency Program in partnership with the Ford Family Foundation is currently accepting applications from mid-career Oregon visual artists for residencies of 4 weeks in 2017.
EXPERIENCE “THE POWER OF PLAY” With Music, Dance, and Interactive Art & Science AT UCROSS FOUNDATION’S BIG RED BARN LOFT AND ART GALLERY STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. ON SATURDAY, JULY 2
The Norman Mailer Center Announces Six Writers Selected for 2016 Fiction and Nonfiction Summer Fellowships at Ucross Foundation
Fiction Fellows are Jenessa Abrams, Cara Diaconoff, and Raghu Karnad Nonfiction Fellows are Andy Martin, Michael Nixon, and Joshua Stupple Greg Curtis will serve as Mentor
(WE)st: Maria Rose and E.K.Wimmer, opens on April 18. A reception, artist talk and performance by a string trio affiliated with the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra will take place on Saturday, May 7 from 4 to 6 p.m. It is free and open to the public. The exhibition runs from April 18 to June 10, 2016. The gallery is open Monday - Friday from 8:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Congratulations to Ottessa Moshfegh, who has been named the winner of the 2016 PEN/Hemingway Award, honoring a distinguished first book of fiction, for her novel EILEEN (Penguin). Finalists are S.M. Hulse for BLACK RIVER (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) and Margaret Malone for PEOPLE LIKE YOU (Atelier26), with Honorable Mentions to Karim Dimechkie for LIFTED BY THE GREAT NOTHING (Bloomsbury) and Chigozie Obioma for THE FISHERMEN (Little, Brown).All the honorees will receive Residency Fellowships at Ucross Foundation, which has had a partnership with the award for 20 years. This year PEN New England celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the PEN/Hemingway Award, founded in 1976 by Mary Hemingway, the wife of Ernest Hemingway, to honor her late husband and draw attention to first books of fiction.