Wyoming Arts Council

Turtle Island Quartet at UW Feb. 5

From a UW press release: The award-winning Turtle Island Quartet will return to the University of Wyoming for a Cultural Programs concert Friday, Feb. 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center concert hall.The group will be joined by Mike Marshall, a master of the mandolin, banjo and guitar. Tickets cost $25 for the
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Page Lambert's "Sweetgrass Seminar Series"

Page Lambert sends this announcement: The 2010 Spring Sweetgrass Seminar Series is designed to re-awaken, through the arts and the outdoors, your link with the Natural World. What does it mean to be wild? How has domestication affected animals, humans and the land? How does Nature enhance our creativity? This series of four progressive get-togethers
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Page Lambert’s "Sweetgrass Seminar Series"

Page Lambert sends this announcement: The 2010 Spring Sweetgrass Seminar Series is designed to re-awaken, through the arts and the outdoors, your link with the Natural World. What does it mean to be wild? How has domestication affected animals, humans and the land? How does Nature enhance our creativity? This series of four progressive get-togethers
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The Happy Jacks present a free concert tonight at Cheyenne East

“The Happy Jacks,” the University of Wyoming men’s a capella group, will perform at East High School in Cheyenne on Friday, Jan. 29 (Tonight!) at 7 p.m. The concert is free, but they will have a donation bucket for donations to the Happy Jacks to help with travel expenses, etc. “The Happy Jacks” are spending
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Annual conference and membership details from Wyoming Writers, Inc.

The annual conference for Wyoming Writers, Inc., will be held in Cody June 4-6. Presenters include novelist and Wyoming Poet Laureate Emeritus Bob Roripaugh of Laramie, award-winning poet and University of South Dakota writing prof Lee Ann Roripaugh (Bob’s daughter), Western novelist Max McCoy from Kansas and editors and agents TBA soon. You don’t have
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Arts Council’s Camellia El-Antably honored by Wyoming Music Educators Assn.

The Wyoming Music Educators Association (WMEA) has presented its annual Meritorious Service Award to Camellia El-Antably, Deputy Manager and Arts Education Specialist for the Wyoming Arts Council. Following is part of the narrative of the award which was presented at the All State Music Conference awards banquet in Cheyenne earlier this month: “…She (Camellia) continually
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Arts Council's Camellia El-Antably honored by Wyoming Music Educators Assn.

The Wyoming Music Educators Association (WMEA) has presented its annual Meritorious Service Award to Camellia El-Antably, Deputy Manager and Arts Education Specialist for the Wyoming Arts Council. Following is part of the narrative of the award which was presented at the All State Music Conference awards banquet in Cheyenne earlier this month: “…She (Camellia) continually
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Attention Wyoming stage designers, theatre directors and dance choreographers

Postmark deadline is a week from tomorrow — Friday, Feb. 5 — for the Wyoming Arts Council performing arts fellowships in theatre direction, dance choreography and design for the stage. The WAC welcomes applications from Wyoming residents 18 or older who are not full-time students pursuing high school, college or university art-related degrees. The WAC
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Little Hands offers art, music and dance classes for little kids and their parents

Little Hands, A Family Program for Creative Inspiration, invites you to join its program: Who: Children (ages 1 to 6) and their parents or caregivers What: Exploration and expression through art – from visual art to dance and music – for small children and their parent(s) or caregiver(s). When: Tuesday mornings, 10-noon, starting February 2,
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Reclusive author J.D. Salinger dies at 91

Reclusive writer J.D. Salinger died today. He was 91. Salinger didn’t publish much. But with him it was quality, not quantity. He wrote one of the best-selling novels of all time, “Catcher in the Rye,” also one of the most-banned books in U.S. schools. He also wrote one of the best American short story collections,
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