Wyoming Arts Council

WyoBookFest profile: Masha Hamilton

Masha Hamilton is one of 40-some authors who will conduct presentations and sign their books during the Wyoming Book Festival Sept. 14-15 in downtown Cheyenne. She has written three novels: Staircase of a Thousand Steps, a Booksense pick and a Barnes & Noble “Discover Great New Writers” selection, The Distance Between Us, which Library Journal
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Wyoming Symphony garners new director

Sherry Parmater is the new Executive Director for the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra in Casper. Sherry’s contact information is: Sherry ParmaterExecutive DirectorWyoming Symphony Orchestra111 W. 2nd St, Suite 103Casper, Wyo. 82601307-266-1478director@wyomingsymphony.org

Wyoming Arts Council board members exhibit, perform

WAC board member Ila Miller will be having a one-person show at Sheridan College Museum (in the administration building) September 7-October 7. Reception is September 7, 4-5:30 p.m. WAC board member Susan Stubson gives a piano concert Sunday, October 7, at 4 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Casper. Susan is a sixth-generation
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Grand Teton Music Festival — August 24 & 25 — Finito

Rachmaninoff on Rachmaninoff Mussorgsky — Khovantchina Prelude; Rachmaninoff — Piano Concerto No. 2 (performed on the newly restored “Rachmaninoff Steinway); Dvorak — Symphony No. 7.Conductor Carlos Kalmar, music director of the Oregon Symphony and Grant Park Music Festival returns for these closing concerts. There will also be an onstage celebration following Saturday’s concert, bidding the
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Grand Teton Music Festival — August 24 & 25 — Finito

Rachmaninoff on Rachmaninoff Mussorgsky — Khovantchina Prelude; Rachmaninoff — Piano Concerto No. 2 (performed on the newly restored “Rachmaninoff Steinway); Dvorak — Symphony No. 7.Conductor Carlos Kalmar, music director of the Oregon Symphony and Grant Park Music Festival returns for these closing concerts. There will also be an onstage celebration following Saturday’s concert, bidding the
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Aladdin & lamp on stage in September

The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players’ “Youth Theatre” production for fall 2007 is “Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp” by Elizabeth Brown Dooley. Shows will be on September 21-23 and 27-30 at The Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. Tickets are $14 for adults, $9 for students and children.,Play synopsis: The story revolves around a magician as
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Aladdin & lamp on stage in September

The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players’ “Youth Theatre” production for fall 2007 is “Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp” by Elizabeth Brown Dooley. Shows will be on September 21-23 and 27-30 at The Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. Tickets are $14 for adults, $9 for students and children.,Play synopsis: The story revolves around a magician as
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Preserving Plains Indian and Maori Culture

The Plains Indian Museum Seminar will be held from October 11-14, 2007. This year, the Plains Indian Museum Seminar addresses indigenous cultures and peoples of the North American Great Plains and the Maori of New Zealand. The seminar will provide the opportunity for comparison, exchange of information, and promote understanding of the significance and processes
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Author’s Day a big hit in Douglas

Scenes from Author’s Day at the Wyoming State Fair in Douglas Aug. 18.A hot central Wyoming day, with 18 authors on tap, reading their work and signing books. A highly-amplified hypnotist and then a country-western band chased us out of our adjacent tent into the Wyoming Products Pavilion to read from our books. Below you
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Author's Day a big hit in Douglas

Scenes from Author’s Day at the Wyoming State Fair in Douglas Aug. 18.A hot central Wyoming day, with 18 authors on tap, reading their work and signing books. A highly-amplified hypnotist and then a country-western band chased us out of our adjacent tent into the Wyoming Products Pavilion to read from our books. Below you
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