Wyoming Arts Council

Jeffe Kennedy finds a "Pearl"

“Pearl,” Jeffe Kennedy’s first speculative fiction story, will appear in an upcoming issue of Aeon Magazine http://www.aeonmagazine.com Congratulations to Jeffe! FMI about Jeffe’s work or to contact her, go to her websites at http://www.JeffeKennedy.com or http://www.jeffekennedy.com “It’s such a relief to see a swallow as it should be–I feel restored to see it fly, black
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Casper Events Center ticket office

The Casper Events Center will be open to purchase tickets to the College National Finals Rodeo beginning Sunday, June 10 and running through Saturday, June 16th. Other shows on sale now are: Vince Gill’s Friends and Family Tour with Amy Grant and the Del McCoury Band and the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker.The Casper Events
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Cheyenne Little Theatre special performance

Cheyenne Little Theatre Players will perform A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing in a special performance at the Mary Godfrey Playhouse on the June 14 at 7:00 p.m. All proceeds will help fund the trip to the national American Association of Community Theatre’s (AACT) festival in Charlotte, NC. Tickets are only $10.00 and
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2nd annual Pronghorn Pride Initiative Project

The Painted Pronghorns will be on exhibit from June 11th to June 29th from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily at the Old Union Pacific Depot in Historic Downtown Rawlins. On Saturday, June 30th at 11:00 a.m., during the Second Annual Rawlins Main Street Pronghorn Pride Fest 2007, the Painted Pronghorns will be paraded on
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Jamal, Tebay, win 2007 fellowships

Kema Jamal and Jodeen Tebay are the recipients of the 2007 performing arts fellowships in dance and theatre performance. They each will receive a $3,000 award from the Wyoming Arts Council. Wyoming native Kema Jamal began dancing when she was four years old. After attending college in San Diego, she studied dance with Katherine Dunham
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Dance Across Wyoming summer events

The Wyoming Arts Council celebrates dance with Dance Across Wyoming for the 2007 American Masterpieces: Three Centuries of Artistic Genius, an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts. The WAC has worked with four major presenting partners: Contemporary Dance Wyoming (CDW), the state’s only professional dance company; the Theater and Dance Department at the
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Get BBHC video clips on YouTube

The Buffalo Bill Historical Center now features video clips on YouTube. Go to http://www.bbhc.org/YouTube/index.cfm

"Romans, Greeks, Barbarians, Christians"

From a University of Wyoming press release: A free public talk by a visiting Yale University professor, “Romans, Greeks, Barbarians and Christians: Approaching the Late Roman Empire,” is the first presentation in a June lecture series supported by the Wyoming Council for the Humanities (WCH) and the UW Department of Modern and Classical Languages. John
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"Romans, Greeks, Barbarians, Christians"

From a University of Wyoming press release: A free public talk by a visiting Yale University professor, “Romans, Greeks, Barbarians and Christians: Approaching the Late Roman Empire,” is the first presentation in a June lecture series supported by the Wyoming Council for the Humanities (WCH) and the UW Department of Modern and Classical Languages. John
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Summer fiction writing course at UW/CC

Information on how to write and publish fiction will be presented in “Writer’s Workshop in Fiction” (ENGL 4050), a course offered this summer through the University of Wyoming/Casper College (UW/CC) Center. Part-time instructor Patrick Amelotte will lead students in reading fiction works, including short story classics by Ray Carver, Richard Ford, Yukio Mishima, Edna O’Brien
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