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Miss V the Gypsy Cowbelle performs April 26 at Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County fund-raiser

Miss V the Gypsy Cowbelle, a member of the Wyoming Arts Council’s artist roster, returns to Wyoming this week for events in Carbon County. Here’s the schedule: Friday April 25, 1-6 p.m.: Homespun Instrument Workshop, Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County, 1401 Colorado St., Rawlins HS Occupational Center, Rawlins. Free to students of the Boys and
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Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas to deliver luncheon keynote at UW immigration symposium

From a UW press release: Complex social, economic and political issues resulting from U.S. immigration law will be the focus of a symposium Sept. 17-18 at the University of Wyoming. The UW American Heritage Center’s Alan K. Simpson Institute sponsors the symposium, “Where Are We Now? Immigration Policy and Its Impact from a Wyoming and
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Wyoming State Museum launches mobile-based tours

Exciting news from our SPCR colleagues at the Wyoming State Museum: The Wyoming State Museum presents the new mobile-based museum tour that turns a good old scavenger hunt into a game that makes exploring museums interactive and engaging. Developed in partnership with Stray Boots, a start-up company from New York, the tour is a fun
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Miss V the Gypsy Cowbelle performs April 26 at Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County fund-raiser

Miss V the Gypsy Cowbelle, a member of the Wyoming Arts Council’s artist roster, returns to Wyoming this week for events in Carbon County. Here’s the schedule: Friday April 25, 1-6 p.m.: Homespun Instrument Workshop, Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County, 1401 Colorado St., Rawlins HS Occupational Center, Rawlins. Free to students of the Boys and
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Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas to deliver luncheon keynote at UW immigration symposium

From a UW press release: Complex social, economic and political issues resulting from U.S. immigration law will be the focus of a symposium Sept. 17-18 at the University of Wyoming. The UW American Heritage Center’s Alan K. Simpson Institute sponsors the symposium, “Where Are We Now? Immigration Policy and Its Impact from a Wyoming and
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Wyoming State Museum launches mobile-based tours

Exciting news from our SPCR colleagues at the Wyoming State Museum: The Wyoming State Museum presents the new mobile-based museum tour that turns a good old scavenger hunt into a game that makes exploring museums interactive and engaging. Developed in partnership with Stray Boots, a start-up company from New York, the tour is a fun
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National Museum of Wildlife Art features a “Celebration of Young Artists”

From the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Local kids’ art will be at the center of the Celebration of Young Artists at the National Museum of Wildlife Art on May 1, 4:30–6 p.m. The event is the opening both for the museum’s annual School Arts Spectacular exhibition and a Young Illustrators exhibit, featuring books written and
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Blues & Jazz Society searching for best blues musicians in Wyoming

This info comes from the Wyoming Blues & Jazz Society (via Oil City): The Wyoming Blues & Jazz Society is searching for the best blues musicians in Wyoming to represent us at the International Blues Challenge next year. The Blues Foundation will present the 31st International Blues Challenge in January 2015 in Memphis, TN. It is
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Tate hosts open house April 25 for “From Mineral to Masterpiece”

From a Casper College press release: An open house to celebrate the unique ceramic works of art inspired by the exhibits of the Tate Geological Museum will take place on Friday, April 25 from 4 to 6 p.m. “From Mineral to Masterpiece” will showcase vases, plates, bowls, and display pieces created by Casper College students. “Students were
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Nicolaysen Art Museum hosts collaboration for “The Nature of Things”

This info comes from Suzanne Morlock of Wilson, recent winner of a WAC visual arts fellowship: Ever wonder about artistic collaborations across disciplines? What  compels artists who use different expressive forms to work together to communicate something uniquely created by the partnership? Come to the Nicolaysen Art Museum on Friday April 25 at 5:30 pm and
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Cathedral Voices Chamber Choir presents “Sing Off” fund-raiser

Cathedral Voices Chamber Choir in Jackson sent this news: Cathedral Voices Chamber Choir presents Jackson’s first-ever SING OFF for the annual fundraiser event on May 8 in the Theater Lobby at the Center for the Arts.  Hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, and the Sing-Off will make this a fun, singular event.  One Night Only!  Thursday, May 8 — doors open at 6:30
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Final Troopers preseason camp in Wyoming set for UW on April 25-27

The Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps will hold its final preseason camp at UW this weekend. Today’s Casper Star-Trib reports that the Troopers are looking for tuba and trumpet players and offer these incentives: “Musicians ages 14 to 21 who want to spend their summer rehearsing 14 hours a day, traveling at night on buses,
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“Challenging Invisibility: Stories of Black Life in the American West” symposium April 29 at UW

From a University of Wyoming press release: University of Wyoming students will present new research findings at a symposium on the lives and historical contributions of African Americans to Wyoming and the American West. The “Challenging Invisibility: Stories of Black Life in the American West” symposium will take place Tuesday, April 29, from 12:15-1:15 p.m.
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