Wyoming Arts Council

Technique, form, ballet d’action, at UW’s Snowy Range Dance Festival

More than 80 of the nation’s dance instructors and students will come to the University of Wyoming July 18-29 for the 13th Annual Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival. The festival offers intensive study with professional dance faculty and performers. In addition to daily ballet, modern, jazz, and tap technique classes at various levels, festival activities
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Technique, form, ballet d'action, at UW's Snowy Range Dance Festival

More than 80 of the nation’s dance instructors and students will come to the University of Wyoming July 18-29 for the 13th Annual Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival. The festival offers intensive study with professional dance faculty and performers. In addition to daily ballet, modern, jazz, and tap technique classes at various levels, festival activities
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Regional authors signing, reading

Regional authors Jamie Lee, Jim Bowers, Renee Carrier, and Jeanne Rogers will present and autograph their new books at an open house Friday, July 20, 5-7 p.m. at the Spearfish Arts Center Gallery, 614 1/2 Main Street, Spearfish. SD. The open house is co-hosted by the Spearfish Arts Council Bearlodge Writers. Refreshments will be served.
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Casper’s ArtCore Music and Poetry summer series

Every Monday evening, beginning July 16, ArtCore’s Music and Poetry series will be presenting readers and musicians together at the Nicolaysen Art Museum, at 7:30 pm. July 16 — Nina McConigley and the Kye Stanley BandJuly 23 — Wyoming Fiddler’s Association #4 and Dusty DaisiesJuly 30 — Todd Scott Trio and Tom ReaJuly 18 —
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Casper's ArtCore Music and Poetry summer series

Every Monday evening, beginning July 16, ArtCore’s Music and Poetry series will be presenting readers and musicians together at the Nicolaysen Art Museum, at 7:30 pm. July 16 — Nina McConigley and the Kye Stanley BandJuly 23 — Wyoming Fiddler’s Association #4 and Dusty DaisiesJuly 30 — Todd Scott Trio and Tom ReaJuly 18 —
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Author Showcase at CWC Sept. 7

Coralina Daly at the Central Wyoming College Library sent this inquiry:Do you have a book in print and live in Wyoming?Central Wyoming College Library, 2660 Peck Ave. in Riverton, would like to invite you to participate in our Wyoming Author Showcase on Friday, Sept. 7 from 5-7 p.m.The showcase will bring Wyoming writers from several
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Cody celebrates the visual arts

A Celebration of the Arts begins with the Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale, August 23-September 22. A reception will be held Thursday, August 23 at 5 pm at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center John Bunker Sands Photography Gallery. More than 100 of the nation’s leading western painters and sculptors will be featured. Clyde Aspevig
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Campbell County presents…

Construction continues on the new event center at Cam-Plex continues. Opening of the Wyoming Center at Cam-Plex is slated for mid-summer of 2008. The center will have a total of 70,000 square feet for events, and can also be broken up into three smaller spaces. The 2007 Campbell County Fair takes place July 30th —
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Quilt project at Trail End site

From a press release:The Trail End State Historic Site is proud to present “Sheridan: Then and Now,” a storytelling project in fabric, completed earlier this year by eighth grade students at the Sheridan Junior High School. Masterminded by SJHS history teacher David Peterson, the project brings together the past and present through the traditional American
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Blanchan/Doubleday deadline Sept. 17

Despite what you might have read in the latest issue of Poets & Writers magazine, the deadline for the Wyoming Arts Council Blanchan/Doubleday writing awards is Sept. 17, 2007, and not Aug. 17. And please disregard the application info now on our web site. We suspect that hackers have infiltrated the system and changed the
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