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Schedule announced for “Shakespeare Project” tour

The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance, in partnership with Wyoming PBS and Wyoming Public Media, will bring four of the Bard’s beloved plays to various Wyoming communities in March with the tours of “The Shakespeare Project” and “Macbeth.” The UW productions of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Much Ado About Nothing” and “The
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Call for entries: Laramie Festival of the Arts

From the City of Laramie Parks & Recreation Department: We are pleased to announce the dates for the Laramie Festival of the Arts, to be held on Friday, August 28, and Saturday, August 29, at Depot Park in downtown Laramie, Wyoming! Refer to the attached brochure/application form for further details, and please do not hesitate
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Wyoming celebrates Music in Our Schools Month in March

This news comes from Andrew Salzman, Music in Our Schools Month chair for the Wyoming Music Educators Association. Salzman teaches 2nd and 3rd grade music at Rawlins Elementary School: Entering the winter months can be a very busy time of year for all music educators. Winter, holiday and other concerts or performances abound. Realizing we are busy I
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shakespeare project

Schedule announced for “Shakespeare Project” tour

The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance, in partnership with Wyoming PBS and Wyoming Public Media, will bring four of the Bard’s beloved plays to various Wyoming communities in March with the tours of “The Shakespeare Project” and “Macbeth.” The UW productions of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Much Ado About Nothing” and “The
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Call for entries: Laramie Festival of the Arts

From the City of Laramie Parks & Recreation Department: We are pleased to announce the dates for the Laramie Festival of the Arts, to be held on Friday, August 28, and Saturday, August 29, at Depot Park in downtown Laramie, Wyoming! Refer to the attached brochure/application form for further details, and please do not hesitate
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Wyoming celebrates Music in Our Schools Month in March

This news comes from Andrew Salzman, Music in Our Schools Month chair for the Wyoming Music Educators Association. Salzman teaches 2nd and 3rd grade music at Rawlins Elementary School: Entering the winter months can be a very busy time of year for all music educators. Winter, holiday and other concerts or performances abound. Realizing we are busy I
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Alliance of Artists Communities holds Emerging Program Institute April 21-23 in Omaha

From a press release from the Alliance of Artists Communities: Join us for the Alliance of Artists Communities’ 2015 Emerging Program Institute will be held April 21-23 and hosted at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, Nebraska. This bootcamp combines best practices from the arts-and-cultural sector with specific, hands-on information about artists’ residencies.
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The NEA says: Tell us your story!

This invitation comes from the National Endowment for the Arts, the WAC’s federal partner: This year, 2015, is the 50th anniversary of the signing of the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act of 1965, which created the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities. To better recount
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Lander celebrates Youth Art Month

In celebration of March’s Youth Art Month, the Lander Art Center will once again host Lander Valley High School and Middle School Select Art Show opening next Friday, March 6. This exhibition displays selected works by local youth artists in a wide range of art mediums such as drawing, painting, pastel, mixed media, ceramics and
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Violinist Michael Ludwig returns to Cheyenne for “Russian Reflections”

The Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra presents its Masterpiece IV concert, “Russian Reflections,” on February 28 in Cheyenne The program: Alexander Borodin—In the Steppes of Central Asia Alexander Glazunov—Violin Concerto in A minor, op. 82           Michael Ludwig, violin Piotr IlyichTchaikovsky—Symphony No. 4 in F minor, op. 36 “Russian Reflections” presents the many
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Sheridan College Annual Employee Art Exhibit reception set for March 3

Come for the Art & Hors-d’oeuvres, stay for a chance to win the $100 Gift Certificate to Frackelton’s! Sheridan College Annual Employee Art Exhibit Opening Reception March 3, 4:30-5:30 p.m. Free to the Public There will be an Opening Reception Raffle. Must be present to win a $100 Gift Certificate to Frackelton’s. Drawing will be
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Ringholz Studios hosts Pioneer Pop Up Dinner, part two

From an article in Dishing magazine: On the heels of the success of the first Pioneer Pop Up dinner, Dishing magazine and Chef Rene Stein will be putting on our second feast Feb. 27 and 28 at the Ringholz Studios. The first dinner featured dishes such as Wyoming winter vegetable gazpacho and three-month aged beef shoulder with mustard,
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UW’s Nicole Riner joins Brazilian guitarist Flavio Apro March 1 for free concert

From a UW press release: Internationally acclaimed Brazilian guitarist Flávio Apro is our guest performer on March 1 with a program of master works in the classical guitar repertoire. This performance will take place at 7:30 p.m. in Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall on the University of Wyoming campus in Laramie. It
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