Wyoming Arts Council

Conference offers workshops & readings

Last October, Casper College brought you the Equality State Book Festival. This year, we return to our roots to offer you the “Spiritual Warriors” Literary Conference on Oct. 17-19, which includes free events on the Casper College campus and other local venues. Here’s the line-up of free events: Wednesday, Oct. 17 Doornbos Student Lounge, Administration
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Conference offers workshops & readings

Last October, Casper College brought you the Equality State Book Festival. This year, we return to our roots to offer you the “Spiritual Warriors” Literary Conference on Oct. 17-19, which includes free events on the Casper College campus and other local venues. Here’s the line-up of free events: Wednesday, Oct. 17 Doornbos Student Lounge, Administration
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Wyo. Arts Summit presents Dan Kemmis

Daniel Kemmis will serve as a guest speaker at the Wyoming Arts Summit on Saturday, Oct. 20, 8-9:15 a.m., in the Casper Events Center. Kemmis is a senior fellow in public policy at the O’Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West at the University of Montana in Missoula. He was mayor of Missoula before joining
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"Forbidden Art" at UW Art Museum

Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde opens Saturday, Sept. 15. An art talk, brown bag lunch and open forum will take place Saturday, with a separate gallery walk and art talk on Monday, Sept. 17, at the UW Art Museum in Laramie. From the purges of the Stalinist era to the time before Glasnost, artists
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"Forbidden Art" at UW Art Museum

Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde opens Saturday, Sept. 15. An art talk, brown bag lunch and open forum will take place Saturday, with a separate gallery walk and art talk on Monday, Sept. 17, at the UW Art Museum in Laramie. From the purges of the Stalinist era to the time before Glasnost, artists
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Music conference enhances skills

Devote two days to music career development issues, and leave energized and fueled to better assist music students and alumni. This is a conference for music administrators, faculty and staff that focuses on music career development skills and services useful for music festivals, competitions, music schools, and anyone else who is interested in enhancing music
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Write an essay for "Open Spaces"

This comes from Wyoming Public Radio, KUWR in Laramie: Submit your essay today for “Open Spaces.” We are looking for people interested in writing essays for the program. The essay needs to be two to three minutes in length and they would have to be able to read it on the air. Topics need to
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Write an essay for "Open Spaces"

This comes from Wyoming Public Radio, KUWR in Laramie: Submit your essay today for “Open Spaces.” We are looking for people interested in writing essays for the program. The essay needs to be two to three minutes in length and they would have to be able to read it on the air. Topics need to
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Paper Works Competition

Northwest Art Center at Minot State University announces their Americas 2000: Paper Works competition. Works in any medium, traditional or experimental, on or of paper, including photographs, qualify. All works must be original, completed within the last two years, and not previously exhibited in an Americas:2000 exhibition. Juror is Elizabeth Dove, a printmaker and photographer
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What is this thing you call poetry slam?

Loosen up those lips and sign up to join in Saturday night’s Poetry Slam at Synergy Cafe, in the Vandehei Plaza at 459 Vandehei, at the I-25 and Vandehei exit. Sign up at 6:00 p.m. Open mike begins at 6:30 p.m., with the signed-up slammers beginning at 7:00 p.m. Bring three poems to compete and
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