Wyoming Arts Council

New Boots for the Depot

The Cheyenne Depot Museum Foundation hosted the “These Boots Are Made For Talking” Big Boot program in 2004. From these big boots, a licensing program has been initiated through a New York licensing company – King Features – to have products manufactured with the images of the boots. To increase the number of boot images
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From "Big Wonderful" to the Great Salt Lake

Kevin Holdsworth of Green River will be reading from his book “Big Wonderful: Notes from Wyoming” at the Utah Humanities Council Book Festival. Holdsworth’s presentation, “Growing up in Utah, Finding a Home in Wyoming,” will be held on Saturday Oct. 27, 5 p.m. in the Third Floor Conference Room of the Main Library, 210 East
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From "Big Wonderful" to the Great Salt Lake

Kevin Holdsworth of Green River will be reading from his book “Big Wonderful: Notes from Wyoming” at the Utah Humanities Council Book Festival. Holdsworth’s presentation, “Growing up in Utah, Finding a Home in Wyoming,” will be held on Saturday Oct. 27, 5 p.m. in the Third Floor Conference Room of the Main Library, 210 East
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One-day tix available for Arts Summit

By popular demand, the Wyoming Arts Council is now offering one-day tickets for the Wyoming Arts Summit Oct. 19-20 at the Casper Events Center. While the fee for the entire conference remains at $100, you can choose to purchase a separate ticket for Friday or Saturday’s events for $50. Buying a $50 ticket for Friday
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Playwright Migdalia Cruz visits UW

From a UW press release: Migdalia Cruz, a director, playwright, poet, teacher and actress, will visit the University of Wyoming in Laramie Oct. 18-19. Cruz will host a lunchtime discussion Thursday, Oct. 18, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Multicultural Resource Center (MRC), Room 103 of the Wyoming Union. The event is free and open
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Albany County elementary students’ art show

The “Premier Showing” of Albany County School District #1 elementary student art work is Monday, October 15th. Designs of 77 young artists were chosen by schools in and around Laramie as exemplary work to be displayed in the Centennial Complex Gallery. Kathy Keenan, art teacher at Slade elementary school, spearheaded the exhibition. “‘Premier Showing’ showcases
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Albany County elementary students' art show

The “Premier Showing” of Albany County School District #1 elementary student art work is Monday, October 15th. Designs of 77 young artists were chosen by schools in and around Laramie as exemplary work to be displayed in the Centennial Complex Gallery. Kathy Keenan, art teacher at Slade elementary school, spearheaded the exhibition. “‘Premier Showing’ showcases
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Arts from the hands of folks

An exhibit featuring the work of 10 Wyoming Folk and Traditional Arts practitioners is currently on display at the Wyoming Arts Council Gallery through December 21. Each artist has received Folk and Traditional Arts grants from the Wyoming Arts Council and is dedicated at preserving and perpetuating their traditional talents. Each artist is recognized for
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Congrats on U of A Poetry Center opening

Sometimes we wander away from Wyoming topics to cover important regional literary events — The University of Arizona Poetry Center in Tucson will hold is “Housewarming Festival” for its new building on Sunday, Oct. 14, noon-5 p.m. I wish I could just jet down there for the day. Since that’s not possible, we’ll send good
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Groucho Lives! (on)

“The greatest living interpreter of Groucho Marx’s material,” Frank Ferrante will appear in An Evening With Groucho, Thursday, October, 18, 2007 at 7:30 p.m. at the John F. Welsh Auditorium in the Natrona County High School. From Animal Crackers to A Night at the Opera, co-author Morrie Ryskind called him “the only actor aside from
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