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Yet another Wyoming arts blogger

Children’s book writer, photographer and Wyoming Tribune-Eagle features writer Karen Cotton has a new blog at http://wtecriticscorner.wordpress.com/. Karen covers the arts and entertainment scene in southeastern Wyoming, with occasional side trips to Laramie and northern Colorado. So far, she’s posted reviews of holidays plays and a short story by mystery writer Craig Johnson. More to
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Jeffe K. joins the arts blogosphere

Laramie writer (and WAC roster artist) Jeffe Kennedy debuts her new blog on New Year’s Day. The blog’s title is Love Power and Fairy Tale Endings. Find it at http://lovepowerandfairytaleendings.blogspot.comJeffe requests that all wyomingarts readers check it out and tell her what you think.Make it so.

Calo Flamenco enlivens Pinedale winter

On Thursday, January 15, 7:30 p.m. Calo Flamenco, ballet de Martin Gaxiola, will present its “highly charged mixture of dance, music and song in Pinedale. Enjoy this electrifying art form up close and experience the passion like never before.” Presented in the Pinedale Auditorium. Tickets are $13 adults, $7 students ($1 more at the door).
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C.J. Box novel to debut in Cheyenne Jan. 6

This is the best reason I can think of to greet the new year with open arms. C.J. Box will debut his new novel, “Three Weeks to Say Goodbye,” at City News, 1722 Carey Ave., Cheyenne, on Tuesday, Jan. 6, 4 p.m. Arrive early, as there will be a big crowd for the best-selling Cheyenne
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On the road with Laughing Bird

WAC roster artists’ Laughing Bird (Tupelo and Janey Kenyon) depart Story, Wyo., each winter for warmer climes. The group has just release its Jan.-March touring schedule, and it looks as if Tupelo and Janey will be burning the miles through California, Arizona and other points south and west. Here’s the schedule: January 20092 – Rancho
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Casper College’s "King Lear" to be set in modern Middle East

From a Casper College press release: The first play for 2009 on the McMurry Mainstage at Casper College will be Shakespeare’s “King Lear,” replacing the originally announced “Twelfth Night.” “I decided to change the play from ‘Twelfth Night’ to ‘King Lear’ for several reasons,” said Tom Empey, director. “I have always wanted to do ‘King
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Casper College's "King Lear" to be set in modern Middle East

From a Casper College press release: The first play for 2009 on the McMurry Mainstage at Casper College will be Shakespeare’s “King Lear,” replacing the originally announced “Twelfth Night.” “I decided to change the play from ‘Twelfth Night’ to ‘King Lear’ for several reasons,” said Tom Empey, director. “I have always wanted to do ‘King
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"Winter with a Photographer’s Eye"

The Yellowstone Institute is offering a new arts course in 2009. “Winter With a Photographer’s Eye” will be held Jan. 15-18 at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park. Instructor is Tim Christie. Cost is $595 (members $585). The insitute’s web site has this description: Expand your digital photography skills with a pro in Yellowstone’s
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"Winter with a Photographer's Eye"

The Yellowstone Institute is offering a new arts course in 2009. “Winter With a Photographer’s Eye” will be held Jan. 15-18 at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park. Instructor is Tim Christie. Cost is $595 (members $585). The insitute’s web site has this description: Expand your digital photography skills with a pro in Yellowstone’s
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Nelson & Larsen at Colo. Cowboy Gathering

Two talented Wyomingites — Andy Nelson (shown in photo) of Pinedale and Chuck Larsen of Saratoga — will be performing at the Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering Jan. 13-18 at the Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities in suburban Denver. Andy is on the Wyoming Arts Council’s artists’ roster. Here’s the line-up: Award-winning Utah singer/songwriter
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