Wyoming Arts Council

"Scrooge!" hits the stage Dec. 13

“Scrooge!” will be presented Thursday Dec. 13, through Sunday Dec. 23 by the Off Square Theater Company in Jackson. You may purchase tickets at the Center Box Office (307-733-4900) or at the Off Square Theater Company website at http://www.offsquare.org/. Location will be the Center Theater, 265 S. Cache Street, Jackson. Click Here To Get Tickets.
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Deadline extended for Poetry Out Loud

The sign-up deadline for Wyoming Poetry Out Loud has been moved to Jan. 4, 2008. The National Endowment for the Arts, the nation’s largest annual funder of the arts, and the Poetry Foundation, the nation’s largest literary organization, have partnered together with the Wyoming Arts Council to bring Poetry Out Loud to high schools across
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Guidebooks & maps: literature programs at other state arts agencies

One of the great things about attending national conferences is hearing about what other state arts agencies are doing, especially in regards to individual artists. It may come as no surprise that state literature programs are publishing maps and guidebooks to highlight their writers, as well as how-to manuals to assist their careers. Wyomingarts readers
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Guidebooks & maps: literature programs at other state arts agencies

One of the great things about attending national conferences is hearing about what other state arts agencies are doing, especially in regards to individual artists. It may come as no surprise that state literature programs are publishing maps and guidebooks to highlight their writers, as well as how-to manuals to assist their careers. Wyomingarts readers
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Make holiday "treets" at Ava Center

Make holiday "treets" at Ava Center

You’re invited to Readers Theater Dec. 14

Just received this e-mail from Cheyenne author and actor Jim Rolf: Every so often, I get an opportunity to do something that really moves me and that gives me great pride. This is one of those occasions. The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players are presenting “Tuesdays With Morrie” as a Readers Theater presentation at the Atlas
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You're invited to Readers Theater Dec. 14

Just received this e-mail from Cheyenne author and actor Jim Rolf: Every so often, I get an opportunity to do something that really moves me and that gives me great pride. This is one of those occasions. The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players are presenting “Tuesdays With Morrie” as a Readers Theater presentation at the Atlas
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41st Kinser Jazz Festival

The Casper College Kinser Jazz Festival mission is to promote jazz education in Wyoming. It strives to foster and celebrate greater cultural awareness and diversity within the community. In concert Tuesday, February 5, 2008 at 7:30 p.m. in the John F. Welsh Auditorium at Natrona County High School, catch Australia’s “The Idea of North.” As
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Riding Wyoming’s artistic skies

While you’re flying Wyoming’s turbulent skies, don’t forget to pick up the winter issue of Great Lakes Airlines’ Peaks & Plains magazine featuring a number of artists from Campbell County. Christopher Amend, recently retired art teacher at Campbell Co. H.S. in Gillette, is profiled and his art featured in living color. Chris grew up in
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