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The Wyoming Cultural Trust fund board will meet via Google Meet on May 13 and 14, 2021. This board meeting will focus on review and award of April 2021 grant applications.

The meeting on Thursday, May 13 will begin at 10 a.m. and conclude by 5 p.m. The meeting on Friday, May 14 will begin at 10:30 a.m. and adjourn by approximately 2 p.m. An executive session may be held if necessary.

To participate via Google Meet:

                      Thursday, May 13, 2021                          

Meeting ID
meet.google.com/qkc-gtgw-ruf
Phone Numbers
(
US)
+1 240-356-1551
PIN:
545 817 778#

                    Friday, May 14, 2021                    

Meeting ID
meet.google.com/xtb-ypky-mvo
Phone Numbers
(US)
+1 240-419-6432
PIN: 820 496 008#

The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board meetings are open to the public. Grant applicants are encouraged to attend any grant review meeting, but cannot participate in the proceedings unless addressed by the board. The WCTF program coordinator and board cannot confirm exactly when a grant application will be reviewed, but the board does have the option of reviewing an application "out of order" if an applicant is present at the meeting for a limited time.

Please feel free to contact the WCTF program coordinator, Renée Bovée at renee.bovee@wyo.gov or 307-777-6312 with any questions.

 

    
Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund
A Division of Wyoming State Parks & Cultural Resources
2301 Central Avenue, 3rd Floor, Cheyenne, WY 82002
307-777-6312wyospcr.state.wy.us/CTF

Health & Wellness Through the Arts, May 20-22

ART 321's conference will take place May 20-22 and can be attended either online or in-person, supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund.
 
Originally developed in response to the Wyoming Department of Health's State Health Assessment, this state-wide conference brings artists, healthcare providers, community service providers and others together to build a coalition around addressing and improving health outcomes in our communities. It features current program efforts from around the state, discussions on community grand health challenges, sessions on developing cross-sector partnerships between providers and artists, and a Youth Mental Health First Aid Training presented by Mercer House Family Resource Center.
 
ART 321 hopes that with each year to come this conference will provide the resources and networking opportunities necessary for artists and arts organizations in Wyoming to strengthen existing and develop new arts in health programs.
 
Wyoming has long been identified as having one of the highest suicide rates in the nation, the worst youth incarceration rate in the nation, and as having struggles with substance abuse. Keynote speaker Lindsay Huse, Chief of Public Health Nursing at the Wyoming Department of Health, and other guests will speak to the continuum of impact that different types of arts in health programs and creative expression have on health outcomes. Some particular areas of concern that are addressed this year are, substance abuse, youth health and development, mental health, aging, access and self-authorship of people with disabilities, how to fund arts in health programs, clinical music therapy, and pursuing cultural equity as a means of improving health, among others.
 
If you are concerned about improving the health outcomes of those in your community, whether you have experience or not, we hope you join us virtually or in-person for this event. Through a collective cross-sector response to Wyoming health concerns we can foster a healthier, happier, more vibrant community for all.
 
Registration is available on a pay-what-you-can basis and participants may attend online or in-person. The Youth Health Mental Health First-Aide training is available during registration but to attend this portion attendees must register by May 1st!
 
Youth Mental Health First-Aide Training Description: Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. This 8-hour training gives adults who work with youth the skills they need to reach out and provide initial support to adolescents (ages 12-18) who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to the appropriate care."
 

 

2021 Keynote Speakers:

  • Dallas Chief Eagle - All Nations Gathering Center
    • Speaking on the impact of culturally rooted traditions and creative practices. Dallas is world renowned Lakota Hoop Dancer a traditional native healing and expressive practice 
  • Lindsay Huse - State Supervisor, Public Health Nursing WY Dept Health

    • Will speak on the spectrum of care, interventions, and ways in which the arts can measurably impact health outcomes. 

  • Yoko Nogami - Culture of Recovery 

    • Culture of Recovery Increased retention in substance abuse programs from 30%-70% through culturally relevant arts programming

    • Article on Program Impact

  • Keynote Panel Discussion: "Strengthening a Coalition to Improve Health Outcomes of WY Residents Through Cross-Sector Partnerships"

 

2021 Planning Committee:

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ART 321's conference will take place May 20-22 and can be attended either online or in-person, supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund.
 
Originally developed in response to the Wyoming Department of Health's State Health Assessment, this state-wide conference brings artists, healthcare providers, community service providers and others together to build a coalition around addressing and improving health outcomes in our communities. It features current program efforts from around the state, discussions on community grand health challenges, sessions on developing cross-sector partnerships between providers and artists, and a Youth Mental Health First Aid Training presented by Mercer House Family Resource Center.
 
ART 321 hopes that with each year to come this conference will provide the resources and networking opportunities necessary for artists and arts organizations in Wyoming to strengthen existing and develop new arts in health programs.
 
Wyoming has long been identified as having one of the highest suicide rates in the nation, the worst youth incarceration rate in the nation, and as having struggles with substance abuse. Keynote speaker Lindsay Huse, Chief of Public Health Nursing at the Wyoming Department of Health, and other guests will speak to the continuum of impact that different types of arts in health programs and creative expression have on health outcomes. Some particular areas of concern that are addressed this year are, substance abuse, youth health and development, mental health, aging, access and self-authorship of people with disabilities, how to fund arts in health programs, clinical music therapy, and pursuing cultural equity as a means of improving health, among others.
 
If you are concerned about improving the health outcomes of those in your community, whether you have experience or not, we hope you join us virtually or in-person for this event. Through a collective cross-sector response to Wyoming health concerns we can foster a healthier, happier, more vibrant community for all.
 
Registration is available on a pay-what-you-can basis and participants may attend online or in-person. The Youth Health Mental Health First-Aide training is available during registration but to attend this portion attendees must register by May 1st!
 
Youth Mental Health First-Aide Training Description: Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. This 8-hour training gives adults who work with youth the skills they need to reach out and provide initial support to adolescents (ages 12-18) who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to the appropriate care."
 

 

2021 Keynote Speakers:

  • Dallas Chief Eagle - All Nations Gathering Center
    • Speaking on the impact of culturally rooted traditions and creative practices. Dallas is world renowned Lakota Hoop Dancer a traditional native healing and expressive practice 
  • Lindsay Huse - State Supervisor, Public Health Nursing WY Dept Health

    • Will speak on the spectrum of care, interventions, and ways in which the arts can measurably impact health outcomes. 

  • Yoko Nogami - Culture of Recovery 

    • Culture of Recovery Increased retention in substance abuse programs from 30%-70% through culturally relevant arts programming

    • Article on Program Impact

  • Keynote Panel Discussion: "Strengthening a Coalition to Improve Health Outcomes of WY Residents Through Cross-Sector Partnerships"

 

2021 Planning Committee:

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2017, Wyoming State Museum, Shakespeare's First Folio in Wyoming exhibit, Family Days​

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2017, Cadoma Foundation, Bishop House Attic During Restoration​

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