Monday, September 26, 2011

"Bright Spots" in the state's creative economy will be highlighted Oct. 7 at Convergence Wyoming

This historic preservation project, Evanston's railyard roundhouse, wasn't
much of a "bright spot" when the renovation began ten years ago. 
Here's the same section of the roundhouse as it looks now,
all shiny and bright. 
Convergence Wyoming will feature sessions highlighting some of the many engaging projects already underway in the state's creative economy. Register online here.

The “Bright Spots” session will be held from 10-11:45 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 7, at the Cody Holiday Inn.

It will feature these community efforts:
·         Saturday University and Teton County Poetry Box in Jackson
·         Gillette’s AVA Center
·         Washakie Museum and Cultural Center in Worland
·         the Historic Preservation Commission in Douglas
·         the Roundhouse restoration in Evanston
·         downtown rehabilitation projects in Cheyenne
·         art galleries in downtown Lander
·         Main Street projects in Dubois and Rawlins
·         Sheridan’s growing recognition as an “exciting and livable community” through its cultural initiatives

Washakie Museum and Cultural Center, Worland

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