Wyoming Arts Council

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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MacGillivray and Guests Perform at UW From a press release: Troy MacGillivray, Ellen MacPhee and Jason Murdock will perform a free concert of traditional and contemporary Celtic music from Nova Scotia Thursday, March 22, at 7:30 p.m. in the University of Wyoming College of Education auditorium in Laramie. Guitar accompanist is UW student Jason Murdock,
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Schedule Update: Dance Across Wyoming

A Grand Performance, with selections from all three Dance Across Wyoming programs, will be held on Saturday, March 24, 7:30 p.m., in the Center for the Arts, 240 S Glenwood, Jackson, 307-733-4900. Tickets: $10. University of Wyoming Department of Dance TourMarch 20-25 Wednesday, March 21, daytime performance & master classes, Lander Valley High School Auditorium;
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Lander Celebrates Youth Arts Month The Lander Art Center, 123 Main Street, features “Lander Valley High School Select,” an exhibition through April 10 of 2-D and 3-D work by LVHS and Starrett Junior High School students. A public reception will be held at the Art Center on Friday, March 16, 6-9 p.m.

Carbon Co. Non-profit Seeks Artists From a press release: We are having a fundraiser for Versatile Services, a non-profit employment services organization serving people in Carbon County who have disabilities. As part of our program, we would like to feature works (especially paint and small sculpture media) from interested artists. We envision two-dozen works total
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Music Educator Dunham Wins Achievement AwardTom Dunham, band director for the Jackson Hole Middle and High Schools, was the recipient of the Grand Teton Music Festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award in Music Education on Friday, March 9, in Jackson. In a ceremony held on stage at the Center for the Arts just after the intermission of
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Art & Writing Contests Highlight Jewish Cultural Awareness WeekThe University of Wyoming student organization Hillel sponsors a creative writing and art competition to raise awareness during Jewish Cultural Awareness Week March 26-29. Members of the UW Hillel executive committee will judge the competition and award a $50 prize. Entries are due by March 20. Winning
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WAA Meets in May The Wyoming Artists Association will hold its 2007 convention May 11-13 at the Fremont County Fairgrounds Armory Building in Riverton. Artists who want to exhibit must pay their membership dues and fees for meals by May 4. Workshops on Saturday and Sunday will be conducted by Kathy Wipfler (oils) and Lynn
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The Impossible Dream — Not This is opening night for “Man of La Mancha” by Cheyenne Little Theatre Players at the Mary Godfrey Theatre in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at the CLTP Box Office on weekdays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and opens again one hour before curtain time. Tickets are
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