Wyoming Arts Council

WAC board meets Feb. 21-22 in Cheyenne

The Wyoming Arts Council will hold its quarterly board meeting on Thursday and Friday, Feb. 21-22, at the Hitching Post Inn, 1700 W. Lincolnway in Cheyenne.The public is invited to attend the board’s “public comment session” at 1:30 p.m., Feb. 22 at the Hitching Post.The WAC board’s winter meeting is always conducted in conjunction with
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Terry Tempest Williams delivers "Weather Reports" in Pinedale March 7-8

From a UW press release: Terry Tempest Williams, the University of Wyoming’s first Eminent Writer-in-Residence in the Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing, will host “Weather Reports” in Pinedale Friday and Saturday, March 7-8. It is the first of four community reports to, as Williams puts it, “take the pulse of a community.”
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Terry Tempest Williams delivers "Weather Reports" in Pinedale March 7-8

From a UW press release: Terry Tempest Williams, the University of Wyoming’s first Eminent Writer-in-Residence in the Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing, will host “Weather Reports” in Pinedale Friday and Saturday, March 7-8. It is the first of four community reports to, as Williams puts it, “take the pulse of a community.”
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"Reno 911!" writer heads conference faculty

Robert Garant heads the faculty list for the annual Wyoming Writers, Inc., conference June 6-8 at the Casper Holiday Inn. He joins an excellent line-up of presenters that includes poet Ray Gonzales, novelist Masha Hamilton, and New York City-based literary agents Rita Rosenkranz and Katherine Sands. If Garant (pictured above) looks like one of the
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"Reno 911!" writer heads conference faculty

Robert Garant heads the faculty list for the annual Wyoming Writers, Inc., conference June 6-8 at the Casper Holiday Inn. He joins an excellent line-up of presenters that includes poet Ray Gonzales, novelist Masha Hamilton, and New York City-based literary agents Rita Rosenkranz and Katherine Sands. If Garant (pictured above) looks like one of the
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From Russian Easter to Scheherazade

The Cheyenne Symphony presents “Legends, Fantasies, and Celebrations” on Saturday, Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m. in Cheyenne. The selections include: RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, Russian Easter Overture RAVEL, Pavane for a Dead Princess BORODIN, Polovtsian Dances RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Scheherazade According to a press release, “Guest Conductor William Intriligator will introduce us to a thrilling Russian Easter with the opening music
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Richard Turner in concert Feb. 24 in Casper

ARTCORE presents Richard Turner in concert on Sunday, Feb. 24, 4 p.m. at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in Casper. Originally from Houston, Richard Turner moved to Casper in 1996. His musical education includes a Bachelor of Music from the University of Houston with additional studies at Peabody Conservatory and Brooklyn College. Mentors have included Paul
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Call for entries: Jackson Hole 2020

This call for artists was announced in the online version of Planet Jackson Hole: Get your art on the cover of the Planet! What will our town look like in 12 years? A huge concrete box now sits in the middle of our town and new developments will soon replace the Log Cabin, the Jackson
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University of Wyoming arts calendar Feb. 22-28

Friday, Feb. 22, 7:30 p.m. — UW Fine Arts Outreach presents the Wyoming Jazz Ensemble featuring guests artists Denis DiBlasio and John Fedchock, Arts and Sciences auditorium. Tickets cost $7 for the public and $5 for students and senior citizens. Friday, Feb. 22, 9 p.m. — UW Campus Activities Center presents Five Times August live
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From Ted Kooser

Thirty, forty years ago, there were lots of hitchhikers, college students, bent old men and old women, and none of them seemed fearful of being out there on the highways at the mercy of strangers. All that’s changed, and nobody wants to get in a car with a stranger. Here Steven Huff of New York
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