Wyoming Arts Council

"Sound" residencies in Seattle

Jack Straw Productions’ Artist Residency Programs offer artists in various disciplines the opportunity to explore the creative use of sound through residencies at their headquarters in Seattle. The organization offers distinct residencies for visual artists, media artists, and writers; all three have the same deadline of Nov. 16. Travel and lodging expenses are the responsibility
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REMINDER: Thursday Thermop reception

A reception will be held in Thermopolis for the Wyoming Arts Council board on Thursday, Nov. 8, 7-9 p.m., in the Ralph Witters Elementary School commons area. Thermopolis will be showcasing local and Big Horn Basin artists, including many young people. This event is free and open to the public. The WAC board will hold
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November Craft Shows in Cheyenne

November 9-10–Needles and Nail Craft Show at 1608 Madison Ave. Crafts, furniture and antiques and collectibles. Call Betty at (307) 634-7587. November 9-10–Cheyenne Craft Club Craft Show at 1st United Methodist Church, 108 E. 18th st. Handmade crafts, lunch with soup, sandwiches and pie. Call Yvonne Peterson at (307) 631- 4324 November 9-10–Winterfest Craft Sale
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Midori’s Orchestra Residencies Program

A longtime champion of music in the lives of young people, violinist Midori established this program to enhance the American youth orchestra experience. Through activities ranging from public concerts, workshops, music advocacy and more, the program seeks to cultivate the connection between a youth orchestra and its local professional orchestra, as well as to improve
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Midori's Orchestra Residencies Program

A longtime champion of music in the lives of young people, violinist Midori established this program to enhance the American youth orchestra experience. Through activities ranging from public concerts, workshops, music advocacy and more, the program seeks to cultivate the connection between a youth orchestra and its local professional orchestra, as well as to improve
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Cheyenne Civic Center presents…

On Thursday, November 8, 2007 at 7:00 p.m., Laramie County Community College presents FREEDOM SINGS which takes a look at the First Amendment. Audiences are invited to take a fresh look at the First Amendment in this entertaining and irreverent and inspirational program that is packed with live music, video and graphics. It features hit
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The William F. Cody that nobody knew

History Professor and author Robert E. Bonner will be at the Wyoming State Museum at 11:30 a.m., November 8, to present a lunchtime lecture and sign his new book, William F. Cody’s Wyoming Empire: The Buffalo Bill Nobody Knows.The book chronicles Cody’s accomplishments as land developer and town promoter. Bonner examines Cody’s efforts as president
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Wyoming photogs meet UW Symphony

Dean Petersen, videographer for State Parks and Cultural Resources, assembled a presentation for our recent Arts Summit that features photos by Wyoming artists set to music by the University of Wyoming Symphony Orchestra. The music composition is Wind River. Here’s a description from the Summit program: “Wind River was commissioned by the UW Symphony Orchestra
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Explore the world at Jackson event

“Light at the Edge of the World: A Journey through the Realm of Vanishing Cultures“December 1, 7:30 p.m., Center Theater, Jackson Hole Center for the Arts, 265 S. Cache Street, Jackson. Tickets are $15, plus service fee. Center of Wonder presents author, anthropologist and botanical explorer Wade Davis, National Geographic Society explorer-in-residence. Journey with the
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London: From Laramie to Cheyenne

RoseMarie London from Laramie, author of “The Search for an Inappropriate Man,” will be the visiting author at the Cheyenne Family YMCA on Thursday, Nov. 15, 7-8:30 p.m. RoseMarie will talk about her book and take questions from the audience. Book signing to follow. Refreshments served. The event is free and open to the public.
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