Wyoming Arts Council

Free master class with Doug Kershaw

From a press release: The University of Northern Colorado is proud to offer Wyoming musicians a FREE master class with Cajun fiddler DOUG KERSHAW on Thursday, April 3 at 7 p.m. The workshop will take place in the LCSD1 Administration Building Auditorium, 2810 House Ave., Cheyenne. Known to his fans worldwide as “The Ragin’ Cajun,”
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REMINDER: Artist Roster deadline March 31

Wyoming Arts Council Grants Manager Karen Merklin posts a reminder that the postmark deadline for applications for the 2008-2009 WAC Artists Roster in Monday, March 31. So, if you’re planning on applying, you have four days remaining on the calendar.She also reminds all roster artists who wish to remain on the 2008-2009 WAC Artist Roster
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Music & art mark "Rock Creek Wild" event

The Wyoming Wilderness Association and Sheridan Artists Guild Et Al (SAGE) invite you to participate in the Rock Creek Wild Concert & Art Auction. Earth Day is in April and as a part of our celebration we are inviting you, your friends and/or class to participate in the Miniature Rock Creek Wild Art Show and
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Music & art mark "Rock Creek Wild" event

The Wyoming Wilderness Association and Sheridan Artists Guild Et Al (SAGE) invite you to participate in the Rock Creek Wild Concert & Art Auction. Earth Day is in April and as a part of our celebration we are inviting you, your friends and/or class to participate in the Miniature Rock Creek Wild Art Show and
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Neil Hansen appointed to WAC board

We’re pleased to announce that Neil Hansen of Powell has been appointed to the Wyoming Arts Council board by Governor Dave Freudenthal. Hansen replaces Sally Rogers of Jackson, who resigned earlier this year. Hansen is a dedicated arts educator, mentoring music students at Northwest College in Powell since 1982. He teaches hundreds of Big Horn
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Brush up on your Impressionists at AVA

UW creative writing prof publishes, receives fellowship

Craig Arnold, University of Wyoming creative writing professor, performs two passages from “Asunder,” a poem that he says “makes the sound of a heart being dropped and broken.” The poem appears in his second book, Made Flesh, which will be published by Ausable Press in Fall 2008. Arnold, who was recently awarded a Fulbright fellowship
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Serendipity recites The Bard April 26

Ed Warsaw send word that Serendipity Poets will celebrate William Shakespeare’s birthday by holding its annual “National Poetry Month” celebration in the Willow Room at the Laramie County Public Library in Cheyenne on Saturday, April 26, 3 p.m. Ed describes it this way: There will be words and music of original and favorite poems and
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Summer 2008: GTMF celebrates Bernstein

Brochures, fliers and postcards for Wyoming’s many summer events are pouring into the WAC office. We plan to feature a summer sampler in the spring issue of the print newsletter, which will be out in mid-May. Meanwhile, we’ll try to post as many events on this blog and we can manage. The Grand Teton Music
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Poetry & hip-hop highlight women's issues

From a UW press release: An evening of hip-hop, poetry and audience interaction, “Two Voices: Gender and Social Justice Through the Prism of Poetry,” will be held Saturday, March 29, at 7 p.m. in the University of Wyoming College of Education auditorium as part of Women’s History Month. The event, free and open to the
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