Wyoming Arts Council

"Debauchery" in March at Center for the Arts

Each month, artists bring their inspired creations from the prior month’s theme to discuss and display on the third floor of the Center for the Arts in downtown Jackson. Artists and non-artists of all media and genres — painters, poets, pros and putterers — are welcome, as are newcomers. This month, artists are addressing “Debauchery
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Missoula Children’s Theatre returns

The Missoula Children’s Theatre returns to Pinedale with the classic fairy-tale Cinderella April 29-May 3. Sponsored by the Pinedale Fine Arts Council. Pinedale students K-12 grades will compose the cast which will perform two shows. Here’s the schedule: April 28: Pinedale auditions at 3:30 p.m. in the Wrangler Gym.April 29-May 2: Pinedale rehearsals at 3:30
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Missoula Children's Theatre returns

The Missoula Children’s Theatre returns to Pinedale with the classic fairy-tale Cinderella April 29-May 3. Sponsored by the Pinedale Fine Arts Council. Pinedale students K-12 grades will compose the cast which will perform two shows. Here’s the schedule: April 28: Pinedale auditions at 3:30 p.m. in the Wrangler Gym.April 29-May 2: Pinedale rehearsals at 3:30
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WAC bloggers take time off

Posts on this blog will be intermittent, possibly nonexistent, March 15-23. The wyomingarts blogmeisters will be out of the office, possibly on vacation, and away from most electronic communication devices during this time.See you March 24.For WAC info, call 307-777-7742.

Camerata Ireland at UW March 27

On Thursday, March 27, 7:30 p.m., University of Wyoming Cultural Programs presents Camerata Ireland, chamber orchestra, Fine Arts Center concert hall in Laramie. Tickets cost $25 for general admission and $18 for students and senior citizens. Call (307) 766-5000 for updates on UW events and activities or go to www.uwyo.edu/calendar.

Gwen Barstad leads pre-K art classes

Who’s Who in American Artists now online

The launch of Who’s Who in American Art’s Artists’ Gallery website is now complete! The Artists’ Gallery showcases the work of hundreds of artists listed in Who’s Who in American Art, one of the Marquis Who’s Who family of publications which features the biographies of the country’s most prominent artists. First published in December as
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Who's Who in American Artists now online

The launch of Who’s Who in American Art’s Artists’ Gallery website is now complete! The Artists’ Gallery showcases the work of hundreds of artists listed in Who’s Who in American Art, one of the Marquis Who’s Who family of publications which features the biographies of the country’s most prominent artists. First published in December as
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Shepard Symposium announces schedule

From a UW press release: The 12th annual Shepard Symposium on Social Justice, “Life at the Margins: Gender, Race and Class in the Global Era,” will be held March 25-28, at the University of Wyoming. The Shepard Symposium has grown from a local grassroots event to a nationally-recognized conference, says one of the event’s organizers.
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Intertribal Center to house cultural artifacts

From a press release: Gov. Dave Freudenthal signed House Bill 67 Tuesday that provides Central Wyoming College in Riverton an additional $1.1 million toward the construction of its Intertribal Education and Community Center. Architectural plans envision a structure in the shape of a tribal drum (see artist’s rendering above). Introduced by the House Select Committee
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