Wyoming Arts Council

Tina Welling inks two-book deal

This article appeared in the June 11 issue of Publishers’ Weekly. It includes some good news for Jackson’s Tina Welling, who received the 2003 Frank Nelson Doubleday Award from the Arts Council for an excerpt from her first novel, Crybaby Ranch, published in 2006 by Ghost Road Press. Read on: Although at age 63 Susan
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Opportunity for Presenters

The National Endowment for the Arts has announced their latest initiative — American Masterpieces–Presents. This program will allow presenters the opportunity to do what they do best – design and create their own program for consideration as an American Masterpiece. We encourage presenting organizations of all sizes, genres and aesthetics to apply including: networks of
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Millions volunteer for the arts

This appeared in Snippets newsletter from the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies: A new report from the National Endowment for the Arts’ Research & Analysis staff focuses on arts volunteering in the United States. More than 1.6 million Americans volunteered with arts or cultural organizations in 2005. More than 7 million Americans, meanwhile, provided
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Second year for Cheyenne Celtic Festival

June 29-July 1 are the dates for Cheyenne’s Celtic Festival, which begins with The Indulgers performing for Fridays on the Plaza Concert Series at the Cheyenne Depot Plaza, followed by music by Canned Haggis, Calling of the Clans and Musical Chairs.Saturday’s entertainment features Celtic bands along with dance and poetry readings. Also on Saturday, Celtic
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"Macbeth" tours WYO this summer

"Macbeth" tours WYO this summer

Cheyenne Little Theatre 2007-2008 season offerings

Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp — September 21-23, 27-30, — Historic Atlas TheatreJesus Christ Superstar — October 12-14, 18-21, 25-28, — Mary Godfrey PlayhouseCockeyed — Nov 1-Dec 2, 6-9 — Historic Atlas Theatre. A dinner theatre performance.By Jeeves — February 8-10, 14-17, 21-24, — Historic Atlas Theatre. A dinner theatre performance.Witness for the Prosecution —
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Wyoming quilters meet in Sheridan

The 10th anniversary and convention of the Wyoming State Quilt Guild will take place July 12-14 at Sheridan Community College in Sheridan. Classes will feature teachers Ami Simms and John Flynn as well as regional quilt and needle work instructors. The quilt show and vendors’ mall in the SCC Golden Dome is free to the
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What goes up, must go on stage

“Man in the Flying Lawn Chair,” by Caroline Cromelin, Eric Nightengale, Monica Read, Kimberly Reiss, Troy Taber, and Toby Wherry, and directed by Leigh Selting, will play June 26-30, 7:30 p.m., at the Fine Arts Studio Theatre on the University of Wyoming in Laramie. Here’s a description from the UW web site: This high-altitude comedy-of-errors,
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