Wyoming Arts Council

Book discussion explores "Enrique's Journey"

You can sign up now for a Spanish Book Discussion featuring “Enrique’s Journey” at the Teton County Public Library in Jackson. This book group will follow in the footsteps of a teen undertaking a hazardous journey to find his mother, who left him in Honduras to work in the United States. Journalist Sonia Nazario’s “Enrique’s
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Sheridan Civic Theatre Guild: "I Hate Hamlet"

“Community theaters, as with many volunteer organizations, are a huge time commitment. Participation and enthusiasm go through cycles. Veterans burn out. New people come in and stir things up. Veterans return to feed off of the new energy.”This quote comes from a March 16 Casper Star-Tribune story by Kristy Gray – “Neighbors on stage” —
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Sheridan Civic Theatre Guild: "I Hate Hamlet"

“Community theaters, as with many volunteer organizations, are a huge time commitment. Participation and enthusiasm go through cycles. Veterans burn out. New people come in and stir things up. Veterans return to feed off of the new energy.”This quote comes from a March 16 Casper Star-Tribune story by Kristy Gray – “Neighbors on stage” —
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On the Road with Sheriff Longmire’s Pal

From Wyoming mystery writer Craig Johnson: We started the “Kindness Goes Unpunished” tour yesterday with a fun event in Casper at the Natrona County Library. The signing was sponsored by our good friends Lisa and Jim Craft of The Blue Heron. Hey, I must have been okay, because the Friends of the Library asked me
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On the Road with Sheriff Longmire's Pal

From Wyoming mystery writer Craig Johnson: We started the “Kindness Goes Unpunished” tour yesterday with a fun event in Casper at the Natrona County Library. The signing was sponsored by our good friends Lisa and Jim Craft of The Blue Heron. Hey, I must have been okay, because the Friends of the Library asked me
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Call for Entries: Cody Country Art League

The Cody Country Art League invites visual artists to submit work for the organization’s 42nd annual art show June 15-July 15 in Cody.The competition is open to all professional and amateur artists. Original works will be accepted in the following categories: oil/acrylic, watercolor, pastel, graphics and drawings, sculpture, and “other.” Entry forms and fees are
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Art by Rock Springs’ Students on Display

Celebrate Youth Arts Month in Wyoming by attending the Students’ Art Exhibit March 19-31 at the Community Fine Arts Center, 400 C St, Rock Springs. The exhibit features work by students at Rock Springs and Independence high schools. A public reception will be held at the center from 7-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 22. FMI:
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Rock Springs Student Exhibit Opens

Art by Rock Springs' Students on Display

Celebrate Youth Arts Month in Wyoming by attending the Students’ Art Exhibit March 19-31 at the Community Fine Arts Center, 400 C St, Rock Springs. The exhibit features work by students at Rock Springs and Independence high schools. A public reception will be held at the center from 7-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 22. FMI:
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Cat’s Dog Books Going to WYO Kids

Good news from children’s writer Cat Urbigkit: My fourth children’s book “Cattle Kids: a year on the western range,” is at the printer and my publisher, Boyds Mills Press, is starting the design for my fifth title, “Shepherd’s Trail.” Since I’ve stayed focused on educating kids about agriculture, it’s been a thrill to see how
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