Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund awards $175,125

WYOMING — The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board awarded $175,125 to 16 projects around the state at their recent grant review meeting.

Awards were given to a wide variety of projects, including historic preservation, museum collection support, touring art exhibit, music concerts, film, public art, art conferences, and local history projects.

Below is a complete listing of awards by county:

Carbon County

Grand Encampment Museum, GEM Orientation Video, $16,300

Fremont County

Friends of South Pass, Smith Sherlock Company Store Restoration, $20,000

Laramie County

Wyoming Arts Alliance, 2021 Professional Development Initiative for Wyoming Communities, $7,500

Natrona County

Cadoma Foundation, Historic Bishop Home Final Phase Accessibility Project, $10,000

Casper Children’s Theatre, Zak Pullen Mural, $22,000

Park County

Harry Jackson Museum, 2021 Collection Preservation Support, $12,185

Sheridan County

Big Horn City Historical Society, All-American Indian Days Honoring Project, $14,805

Sublette County

Sublette County Historical Society, Sublette County Centennial Phase 1, $6,750

Pinedale Fine Arts Council, Sound System Upgrade, $2,500

Sweetwater County

Rock Springs Renewal Fund, 2021 Brown Bag Concert Series, $1,500

Teton County

Jackson Hole Chamber Music, Dubois Chamber Music, $3,500

Jackson Hole Writers, 2021 Jackson Hole Writers Conference, Youth Conference and Programs, $10,000

National Museum of Wildlife Art, Un/Natural Selections: Wildlife in Contemporary Art touring exhibit, Curatorial and Education Needs, $19,785


Casper Artists’ Guild, Statewide Conference for Artists at the Intersection of Arts, Health and Wellness, $6,000

Alliance for Historic Wyoming, Restoration of Lemley Mill, $15,000

Wyoming PBS Foundation, Golden Eagles: Witness to a Changing West, $7,300

About The Author

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Jacob Gore was born and raised in Cheyenne, the capital city of Wyoming. As a proud Wyomingite, he loves to share his home with visitors from around the world. Spending years in Jackson and Alaska as an interpretive nature guide, he remains a photographer, traveler, storyteller, and avid hobbyist of all-things outdoors. Jacob enjoys bridging the connection between Jackson and the rest of the state.

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