Wyoming Arts Council

UW Theatre & Dance students earn honors

From a UW press release: University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance students and faculty members received top honors at last week’s Region VII Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) and Northwest Drama Conference (NWDC), held at UW. A UW actor won the KCACTF Region VII Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship competition for the
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UW Theatre & Dance students earn honors

From a UW press release: University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance students and faculty members received top honors at last week’s Region VII Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) and Northwest Drama Conference (NWDC), held at UW. A UW actor won the KCACTF Region VII Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship competition for the
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Juan Laden’s "Descansos" exhibit at NWC

“Passing Memories, Descansos,” a photography exhibit by Juan Laden, will be on display March 4-28 at the SinClair Gallery at Northwest College in Powell. There will be a free artist’s reception on Tuesday, March 4, 7:30-9 p.m. in the gallery. Lander artist Juan Laden has been photographing roadside memorials for almost a decade. An exhibit
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Juan Laden's "Descansos" exhibit at NWC

“Passing Memories, Descansos,” a photography exhibit by Juan Laden, will be on display March 4-28 at the SinClair Gallery at Northwest College in Powell. There will be a free artist’s reception on Tuesday, March 4, 7:30-9 p.m. in the gallery. Lander artist Juan Laden has been photographing roadside memorials for almost a decade. An exhibit
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Get your artsy ad in the Cultural Guide

The Wyoming Cultural Guide is now accepting ads for its 2008 issue. The full-color guide, produced by the Film, Arts and Entertainment Program of Wyoming Travel and Tourism, has a variety of spots to choose from. Artists or arts organizations can buy a 75-word business listing for $55. Larger organizations might be interested in the
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Spencer Bohren’s music & art at the Nic

Hannah Wiest wrote a feature about musician Spencer Bohren in today’s Casper Star-Tribune. Spencer is back to his old stomping grounds of Casper for a concert at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 29, at the Nicolaysen Art Museum, 400 E. Collins Drive. Tickets are $10 at the door, and children get in free. While there,
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Spencer Bohren's music & art at the Nic

Hannah Wiest wrote a feature about musician Spencer Bohren in today’s Casper Star-Tribune. Spencer is back to his old stomping grounds of Casper for a concert at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 29, at the Nicolaysen Art Museum, 400 E. Collins Drive. Tickets are $10 at the door, and children get in free. While there,
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Publishers Weekly features Wyo. bookstore

In the Feb. 25 issue of Publishers Weekly, Claire Kirch reports on Torrie Rice’s Wheatland Mercantile Book Nook. Here’s an excerpt from “Wild West Bookseller:” This being Wyoming, where a Wild West mentality still thrives, Rice sells the 4,000 titles in her inventory alongside products made and sold by her husband, Jef Rice: custom-built handguns
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Wolin documents Jewish culture in the U.S.

Penny Wolin, who attended high school in Cheyenne, has announced a new project that “continues her exploration of Jewish culture in America.” Penny’s first book, “The Jews of Wyoming: Fringe of the Diaspora,” came out in 2000. It documented five generations of Jewish life in the state. This time she photographs prominent photographers and musicians
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Roberts talks about Great Depression in Wyo.

UW History Professor Dr. Phil Roberts will talk about “Legalizing Liquor, Talking Taxes, and Shrinking Government: How the 1933 Special Session of the Wyoming Legislature Dealt with the Great Depression” on Thursday, March 13, 7 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room of the Barrett Building in Cheyenne. Part of the Wyoming State Museum’s lecture series. It’s
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