Wyoming Arts Council

"The City that Cried Wolf" at the Atlas

Harry Woods, director of the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players, sent this news item: This Friday, Feb. 29 at 7:30 pm at the Atlas Theatre is the third Readers’ Theatre of this year’s series. It is “The City That Cried Wolf” by Brooks Reeves and directed by Pat Lauber. It is a very funny new play.
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"The City that Cried Wolf" at the Atlas

Harry Woods, director of the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players, sent this news item: This Friday, Feb. 29 at 7:30 pm at the Atlas Theatre is the third Readers’ Theatre of this year’s series. It is “The City That Cried Wolf” by Brooks Reeves and directed by Pat Lauber. It is a very funny new play.
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Wyoming Poetry Out Loud finals March 10-11

High School students from six Wyoming high schools and a junior high will participate in the state finals of the “Poetry Out Loud,” recitation contest at 7 p.m., March 10 at the Plains Hotel in Cheyenne. During the finals competition, each student will recite three poems selected from a poetry anthology designated by the Poetry
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14th Annual Bookmark Contest Winners

Wyoming Agriculture in the Classroom is pleased to announce the eighteen (18) winners and nine (9) honorable mentions, from over 1700 entries, of our 14th annual Bookmark Contest. For the past fourteen years, Wyoming Agriculture in the Classroom and the Wyoming Weed and Pest Council has hosted the agriculture and natural resource Bookmark Contest for
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LAST CHANCE TO VIEW EXHIBITIONS

The University of Wyoming Art Museum will close its galleries at 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 1, for renovations to the Centennial Complex. Don’t miss your chance to see these exhibitions: Recently Acquired: New Art in the Collection, featuring new acquisitions to the museum; UW Art Department Faculty Exhibition, artwork by new and adjunct faculty;
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AVA in Gillette celebrates Youth Arts Month

2008 Penumbra Poetry and Haiku contest

Guidelines for the 2008 Penumbra Poetry Contest can be found at www.tallahasseewriters.net. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUNE 30, 2008 Sponsor web site www.tallahasseewriters.netContest email: poetry@tallahasseewriters.net There is no limit on entries in either or both categories and all skill levels are welcome.Categories: Poetry — up to 50 lines, any style or subject; line
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You can’t beat Wyoming’s artistic eggs

Associated Press writer Ben Neary dropped by the Arts Council offices yesterday to see the artistic eggs which have been submitted for the Eggstraordinary Eggxibit project. He also interviewed WAC Deputy Director Camellia El-Antably, who was profiled in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle last Sunday by reporter Karen Cotton.Legislators have been scrambling over to the WAC all
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You can't beat Wyoming's artistic eggs

Associated Press writer Ben Neary dropped by the Arts Council offices yesterday to see the artistic eggs which have been submitted for the Eggstraordinary Eggxibit project. He also interviewed WAC Deputy Director Camellia El-Antably, who was profiled in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle last Sunday by reporter Karen Cotton.Legislators have been scrambling over to the WAC all
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UW concert explores Mozart’s final year

From a UW press release: The University of Wyoming Department of Music will present “Mozart, 1791,” a concert featuring works written by the famous composer during the last year of his life, Thursday, Feb. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center concert hall in Laramie. Tickets cost $10 for the public, $7 for
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