Wyoming Arts Council

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Thus ends the Wyoming arts year, not to be confused with the Wyoming Arts Council fiscal year (July 1-June 30) or the federal fiscal year as observed by the National Endowment for the Arts (Oct. 1-Sept. 30).We won’t offer any end-of-the-year wrap-ups. However, if you want to revisit 2007 arts highlights in the state, feel
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Keeping track… and 2 competitions

Feeling overwhelmed by the number of writing competitions? Having trouble deciding which ones to enter? Are deadlines passing you by? Poets & Writers Magazine offers a unique service to its readers. Every two months it publishes a listing of the competitions for grants and contest awards whose deadlines will come due soon. This editorial feature
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Artists converge on Casper

The Wyoming Artists Association Convention will be in Casper April 25, 26, and 27, 2008. The theme is “Impressionism or Expressionism.” This convention is fun and educational as well as offering fantastic opportunities to interact with artists from all over the state. Enter art shows, Quick Draw & Auction, and costumes are encouraged. Much more!
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Prize-winning "Wrecked" at WYO Theater

On Tuesday, Jan. 29, 7 p.m., the WYO Theater in Sheridan presents the Roseneath Theatre’s Wrecked. The play “tackles the issues of alcohol abuse in the lives of teenagers and their families with intelligent humor, subversive wit and candid reality. Through innovative staging and contrasting performance styles, the play presents two perspectives: teenagers as victims
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Prize-winning "Wrecked" at WYO Theater

On Tuesday, Jan. 29, 7 p.m., the WYO Theater in Sheridan presents the Roseneath Theatre’s Wrecked. The play “tackles the issues of alcohol abuse in the lives of teenagers and their families with intelligent humor, subversive wit and candid reality. Through innovative staging and contrasting performance styles, the play presents two perspectives: teenagers as victims
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"Dancing at Lughnasa" at Stage III

“Dancing at Lughnasa,” Stage III Theatre’s first show of 2008, will open on Jan. 11. It’s the story of five sisters in 1936 Ireland, and is directed by Douglas Garland. He’s the first to direct a show under Stage III’s new guest director program. “Dancing at Lughnasa” will play Jan. 11, 12, 18, 19, 24,
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"Dancing at Lughnasa" at Stage III

“Dancing at Lughnasa,” Stage III Theatre’s first show of 2008, will open on Jan. 11. It’s the story of five sisters in 1936 Ireland, and is directed by Douglas Garland. He’s the first to direct a show under Stage III’s new guest director program. “Dancing at Lughnasa” will play Jan. 11, 12, 18, 19, 24,
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NIC closed in January for remodeling

The Nicolaysen Art Museum & Discovery Center in Casper will be closed to the public during January for installation of new hardwood floors and three new exhibits. The museum will reopen Feb. 1.For more information, call 307-235-5247

Call for entries: UW Art Museum

The University of Wyoming Art Museum in Laramie has issued a “Call for Work” for the 33rd annual Juried Student Exhibition, Feb. 2-March 1, 2008, and the UW Student Art League 13th annual Salon des Refusés in the UP Gallery, Jan. 27-Feb. 9, 2008. Juror will be Linda Frickman, director of the Colorado State University
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Karen Cotton selected as NEA theater fellow

Cheyenne journalist and children’s book author Karen Cotton has been chosen as a 2008 Institute Fellow in Theater and Musical Theater by the National Endowment for the Arts. She will attend the NEA-sponsored institute Feb. 5-15 at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. While there, she will hone her reviewing skills by attending
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