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The Jentel Artist Residency Program has announced Spring has finally sprung in Wyoming and brings with it green grass, nature babies, warm sunshine, and May’s Jentel Presents. 

The program’s new cohort of residents come from far and wide to take inspiration from this beautiful state. Jentel Presents allows these artists to share their visual artworks, writings, and maybe a little music with the Sheridan community. 

This community outreach program, featuring visual presentations and readings by the residents at the Jentel Artist Residency Program, will take place from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 28, at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library Inner Circle in Sheridan. Attendees are invited to bring lunch and enjoy this presentation. Jentel Presents is open to all who wish to join.

This month’s presenters include Matthew Greenberg from Laramie, WY. A composer; Greenberg’s work aims to make the invisible voice, visible, through the breath and body. He uses emotional memories as the basis of song creations.

Diana Horowitz from Brooklyn, NY. A painter; Horowitz loves table tennis, going to new places, painting outside, speaking Italian, talking to strangers, walking with friends, when people laugh at her jokes, and coffee. 

Kerry Dolan from Philadelphia, PA. A fiction writer; Dolan is the author of the story collection Safe Places, the winner of the Juniper Prize, and is currently finishing a novel. She loves travel and flea markets. 

Michael Heyman from Somerville, MA. A poet; Heyman has studied, written, and performed the dark nonsense arts since he was a young age. 

Amber Eve Anderson from Baltimore, MD. A multidisciplinary artist; Born and raised in Nebraska, Anderson spent a decade living in South America and the Middle East before attending grad school in Baltimore. 

Gretchen Schaefer from Denver, CO. A multidisciplinary artist; Some of Schaefer’s favorite things: the moon, petrified wood from her grandparent’s farm, Ruth Ozeki’s “The Book of Form and Emptiness,” and the movie “Face Off.”

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