Wyoming Arts Council

Raising Readers raises funds at B&N

Raising Readers in Wyoming will hold a fund-raiser this weekend at Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 1851 Dell Range Blvd., Cheyenne. As you make your purchases Friday through Sunday, just tell the store clerks you want to participate in the fund-raiser. It doesn’t cost you any extra, and Barnes & Noble will donate a percentage of
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Raising Readers raises funds at B&N

Raising Readers in Wyoming will hold a fund-raiser this weekend at Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 1851 Dell Range Blvd., Cheyenne. As you make your purchases Friday through Sunday, just tell the store clerks you want to participate in the fund-raiser. It doesn’t cost you any extra, and Barnes & Noble will donate a percentage of
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Planning meeting set for powwow

The Southeast Wyoming Inter-tribal Powwow Association invites Native Americans and non-natives interested in helping organize an annual powwow to attend a meeting on Monday, Dec. 3, at the Pinewood Village Community Room, 1005 W. 5th St., Cheyenne. For times and more details, contact Jeremy at 307-433-0090.

New book from Mark Jenkins

Laramie’s Mark Jenkins, recipient of two WAC creative writing fellowships, has a new book from the Modern Times imprint of Rodale Books. In “A Man’s Life: Dispatches from Dangerous Places,” Mark writes about sea kayaking around Turkey’s Gallipoli peninsula and canyoneering in Australia. He’s one of those guys who can say “been there, done that”
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Reminder: Thursday WAC Gallery reception

The Wyoming Arts Council will hold a free public reception on Thursday, Nov. 29, 4:30-6 p.m., featuring the artists in the “Wyoming Folk Masters” exhibition in the WAC Gallery, 2320 Capitol Ave in Cheyenne. Refreshments will be served.The exhibit features the works of ten exemplary Wyoming folk artists: Jerry Curcio, Riverton, overshot loom weaver; Ed
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Sweetwater Valley doc airs on wyoptv

Some of you heard Tom Rea speak about his new book, “Devil’s Gate: Owning the Land, Owning the Story,” at the Wyoming Book Festival in September. The Casper writer also led a series of lectures and panel discussion about the Mormon Trail and Sweetwater Valley during the Equality State Book Festival in Casper in October
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VSA arts holds contest for visual artists

VSA arts in Washington, D.C., is seeking visual artists with disabilities whose work is inspired by the performing arts. “Derivative Composition” looks for work with a strong visual component. Eligible media include (but are not limited to) two- and three-dimensional art: painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, textile, glass, etc. Applicants from a wide range of practices,
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"Jazz Night Wednesday" at UW

Some of the region’s best jazz musicians will perform at the University of Wyoming in Laramie for “Jazz Night Wednesday” on Nov. 28. The free concert begins at 8 p.m. in the Wyoming Union ballroom. Featured performers include the legendary Ronnie Bedford on drums, Jeff Troxel on guitar, Eric Thorin on bass and Lynn Baker,
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"Jazz Night Wednesday" at UW

Some of the region’s best jazz musicians will perform at the University of Wyoming in Laramie for “Jazz Night Wednesday” on Nov. 28. The free concert begins at 8 p.m. in the Wyoming Union ballroom. Featured performers include the legendary Ronnie Bedford on drums, Jeff Troxel on guitar, Eric Thorin on bass and Lynn Baker,
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"Jentel Presents" Dec. 4 in Sheridan

From a Jentel Foundation press release: A broad range of artists and writers compose the current group of artistic talents together in a presentation at Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, Inner Circle, for this month’s “Jentel Presents.” Residents at the Jentel Artist Residency Program in Banner will be featured in an event open to the
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