Wyoming Arts Council

PQBP on stage at UW Sept. 20

On Thursday, Sept. 20, 6 p.m., the Thursday Night Garden Party presents the jazz duo of Peter Queal and Bill Plummer, Wyoming Union Gardens, at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. The concert is free and open to the public. Both musicians are members of the Wyoming Arts Council artists’ roster. Go here for more
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Quilters’ work displayed at State Museum

From a Wyoming State Museum press release: “Elements from the Front Range Contemporary Quilters,” a temporary exhibit on display at the Wyoming State Museum, is a dazzling survey of some of the most innovative quilt work currently produced. The exhibition is on display Sept. 10-Oct. 5. Many of these contemporary quilt artists, including Cheyenne’s own
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Quilters' work displayed at State Museum

From a Wyoming State Museum press release: “Elements from the Front Range Contemporary Quilters,” a temporary exhibit on display at the Wyoming State Museum, is a dazzling survey of some of the most innovative quilt work currently produced. The exhibition is on display Sept. 10-Oct. 5. Many of these contemporary quilt artists, including Cheyenne’s own
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Los Llaneros in Pinedale Sept. 28

Los Llaneros (Los Yah-NEH-Ros) will perform at the Pinedale Auditorium on Friday, Sept. 28, 7:30 p.m. This group “brings to the stage the energetic and haunting melodies of the Colombian/Venezuelan Llanos or plains that surround the vast basin of the Orinoco River in South America. The Llanos music evolved from the contact between nomadic Indians
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2007 Deadwood Jam, September 14 and 15

Catch Blues Traveler, along with Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Cracker, Ryan Shupe and the Rubber Band, and others at the The 2007 Deadwood Jam, one of the premier music festivals in the Midwest, accessible to us westerners as well.Blues Traveler formed in 1983 in New Jersey and has sold more than 10 million
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Stage III launches 2007-2008 season

Hocus Pocus by Jack Popplewell — runs September 7-8, 14-16, 20-22. Two twin brothers, one a country vicar and the other a shady London financier, must trade homes, jobs and girlfriends to avoid financial ruin. My Three Angels by Sam and Bella Spewack — runs November 2-3, 9-11, 15-17. A heartwarming comedy about three escaped
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Deadline Sept. 17 for 2008 Blanchan & Doubleday writing competition

Postmark deadline for the Neltje Blanchan and Frank Nelson Doubleday writing awards is Monday, Sept. 17. Judge for this year’s competition is Shaun T. Griffin, a poet and nature writer from Virginia City, Nevada. For a printable application form, go to the WAC web site and scroll down to the link in the “News” section.
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Deadline Sept. 17 for 2008 Blanchan & Doubleday writing competition

Postmark deadline for the Neltje Blanchan and Frank Nelson Doubleday writing awards is Monday, Sept. 17. Judge for this year’s competition is Shaun T. Griffin, a poet and nature writer from Virginia City, Nevada. For a printable application form, go to the WAC web site and scroll down to the link in the “News” section.
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PBS begins their fourth season of art:21

Contemporary art is the art of today. It is relevant to all audiences, providing teachers and students with a rich resource through which to consider current ideas and rethink the familiar. Contemporary artists work in globally influenced, culturally diverse and technologically dynamic milieus. In the U. S., as elsewhere, contemporary artists reflect a varied and
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Fall Exhibitions at the NIC

Impact Dance — Friday, September 14, at 7:30 p.m. Also Friday-Saturday, October 19-20 at 7:30 p.m. (This performance coincides with the Wyoming Arts Summit and the Casper College Literary Festival). Mary Lucier — gives an artist talk, Saturday, September 15, at 10:30 a.m. Commissioned by the North Dakota Art Museum Richard Renaldi — gives an
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