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Modern dance, vertical dance and ballet on tap at UW March 31-April 2

From a UW press release: Original works that incorporate contemporary modern dance, ballet and vertical dance will be presented Tuesday, March 31-Friday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the University of Wyoming Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts Studio Theatre. “Inside/Out” continues the UW Department of Theatre and Dance production series. Tickets cost $14 for
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Fall 2015 Casper College courses explores the Holocaust through graphic novels

Enroll now for “Drawn to Annihilation: The Holocaust presented in graphic novel form,” a pair of fall 2015 Casper College “Learning Communities” classes taught by Dr. Joseph Campbell (English) and Lance Jones (History). Here’s a short description: The Holocaust, the destruction of European Jews and others by National Socialist Germany and her allies during the
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April 3 concert adds a splash of art to UW Wilderness Festival

From a University of Wyoming press release: The University of Wyoming’s Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) Club will host a series of events April 1-4 focusing on wilderness in Wyoming and the Rocky Mountains. “We seek, through the UW Wilderness Festival, to facilitate a statewide discussion among concerned citizens and wilderness stewards about the future
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uw vertical dance

Modern dance, vertical dance and ballet on tap at UW March 31-April 2

From a UW press release: Original works that incorporate contemporary modern dance, ballet and vertical dance will be presented Tuesday, March 31-Friday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the University of Wyoming Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts Studio Theatre. “Inside/Out” continues the UW Department of Theatre and Dance production series. Tickets cost $14 for
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Fall 2015 Casper College courses explores the Holocaust through graphic novels

Enroll now for “Drawn to Annihilation: The Holocaust presented in graphic novel form,” a pair of fall 2015 Casper College “Learning Communities” classes taught by Dr. Joseph Campbell (English) and Lance Jones (History). Here’s a short description: The Holocaust, the destruction of European Jews and others by National Socialist Germany and her allies during the
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April 3 concert adds a splash of art to UW Wilderness Festival

From a University of Wyoming press release: The University of Wyoming’s Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) Club will host a series of events April 1-4 focusing on wilderness in Wyoming and the Rocky Mountains. “We seek, through the UW Wilderness Festival, to facilitate a statewide discussion among concerned citizens and wilderness stewards about the future
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Susan Marsh reads from her memoir March 31 at Teton County LIbrary

News from the Teton County Public Library in Jackson: Teton Writers presents author Susan Marsh “A Hunger for High Country” Tuesday, March 31, 6 p.m. Teton County Library Ordway Auditorium Free, followed by a book signing with books available for purchase Susan Marsh’s memoir reflects her deep connection to place, especially the wild country she called
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Rainbow Dance Theatre brings iLumiDance to Lander

The Owl & The Serpent from Darryl Thomas on Vimeo. The Rainbow Dance Theatre brings iLumiDance to Lander schools on April 22. This event is sponsored by Promoting the Arts in Lander Schools (PALS). iLlumiDance features sets, costumes, props and puppets all made with electro-­luminescent light-­wire that are controlled remotely throughout the performance. A computer on the
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“Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure” Dinner Theatre on March 27

“Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure” Dinner Theatre March 27 is the only night of Dinner Theatre for this production.  The dinner will be catered by Steamboat Steakhouse.  Floor tickets are for patrons that would like to eat dinner and watch the show.  The balcony is open for patrons who want to come to see the
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Call for applications: The Ringholz Foundation

 

Social justice authors to Speak at UW Shepard Symposium

From a University of Wyoming press release: A writer internationally known for her groundbreaking work on the image of women in advertising, and an author who focuses on a gender-fair curriculum and women’s studies, are the two keynote speakers for the 19th annual Shepard Symposium on Social Justice at the University of Wyoming. Peggy McIntosh
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Spring concert in Casper features three groups

From a Casper College press release: The Casper College Concert Band, Brass Ensemble, and Flute Ensemble, will be in concert on Saturday, March 28 at 3 p.m. in Wheeler Concert Hall. “The concert band will play Arthur Pryor’s ‘Kansa Two-Step,’ Persichetti’s ‘Pageant’ and Philip Sparke’s ‘Fiesta De La Vida’ – three very difficult pieces of
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Spring has sprung with a series of “Art of the Hunt” events