Wyoming Arts Council

Bas Blue Theatre holds "Buffalo Gal" benefit for volunteer fire department

This isn’t a Wyoming event but recent wildfires have impacted all of us in the region. The Guernsey State Park fire in Platte County was one of the first in the recent spate of fires, and there have been several others in Wyoming since then. The largest (and nearest to Cheyenne and Laramie) has been the
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Bas Blue Theatre holds "Buffalo Gal" benefit for volunteer fire department

This isn’t a Wyoming event but recent wildfires have impacted all of us in the region. The Guernsey State Park fire in Platte County was one of the first in the recent spate of fires, and there have been several others in Wyoming since then. The largest (and nearest to Cheyenne and Laramie) has been the
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John Frintzler and his Polka Band play in Pine Bluffs June 9 — and on RFDTV tonight!

This comes from our very alert folk arts specialist Annie Hatch: Wyoming favorite, John Fritzler and his Polka Band, perform tonight (June 6) on Mollie B Polka Party on RFDTV at 5:00 pm. John and his band play Dutch Hop, a traditional music for social dancing in the German Russian American community of the tri-state
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Craig Johnson launches his latest Walt Longmire novel tonight at Tattered Cover in Denver

“Longmire,” the new A&E series based on Craig Johnson’s Sheriff Walt Longmire novels, made a splash last night. Tonight at 7:30 p.m., Craig will signing copies of his latest novel, “As the Crow Flies,” at the legendary Tattered Cover Bookstore in Denver. Arrive early — there will be a line. In case you don’t know,
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In the news: "Celebrating Dutch Hop"

Dutch Hop street dance. Photo by Ronna Lee Sharpe. Last summer’s “Celebrating Dutch Hop” event in Loveland, Colo., was featured in the Colorado Creative Industries newsletter. Similar gatherings were held in Wyoming and Nebraska. Organizers of the events featuring German Rusian Culture were Annie Hatch, Wyoming Arts Council folk and traditional arts specialist, and Georgia
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In the news: "Celebrating Dutch Hop"

Dutch Hop street dance. Photo by Ronna Lee Sharpe. Last summer’s “Celebrating Dutch Hop” event in Loveland, Colo., was featured in the Colorado Creative Industries newsletter. Similar gatherings were held in Wyoming and Nebraska. Organizers of the events featuring German Rusian Culture were Annie Hatch, Wyoming Arts Council folk and traditional arts specialist, and Georgia
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Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day and ballet

Roman Baca, on the shoulder of the standing male dancer, during a performance of Baca ‘s “Homecoming”. Baca is a USMC Veteran of Iraq: choreographer & ballet dancer and co-founder of Exit 12 Dance Company of New York City. Photo Courtesy of Roman Baca. Read about Baca’s lifelong devotion to ballet at American Homecomings at the
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Harmonic Temple Chant And Voice Retreat — September 21-23

Get ready for the gathering of men’s and women’s voices at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, Colo., using chants from world wisdom traditions in four-part harmonies of soprano, alto, tenor and bass, with Grace Marie, North American teacher for Harmonic Temple, with local, regional and from-around-the-world singers. No experience is necessary. Further details will be forthcoming.FMI: http://www.kundagrace.com/
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Beet Street unveils Arts Incubator of the Rockies curriculum design at April 25 public meeting

The Wyoming Arts Council is one of the state arts agencies in the West participating in the Arts Incubator of the Rockies (AIR) project launched last year by Beet Street in Fort Collins, Colo. Here’s a press release from Beet Street about the next phase of AIR: The Arts Incubator of the Rockies (AIR) is proud to announce
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Call for entries for our artist friends across the border in northern Colorado

Gallery Bleu at Bas Bleu Theatre in Fort Collins invites northern Colorado artists to submit proposals for the upcoming 2012-2013 season.  Exhibit dates coincide with theatre dates and can, but do not need to complement stage productions as inspiration for their work. Gallery Bleu, housed in the historic Giddings Building and home to the Bas Bleu
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