Wyoming Arts Council

Amend reception May 4 at Cam-plex

Cam-plex Heritage Center in Gillette will host a reception with local visual artist Christopher Amend and his display of “TRANSITIONS.” Christopher recently retired from the Campbell County School District as an art teacher is now pursuing his art full-time. With his life in transition, Chris has also found his work in transition as he explores
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Literary events at Mountain West Conference

Guy Lebeda, the Wyoming Arts Council’s pal in Salt Lake City, sent this: Poets and writers please join us at the Mountain West Conference on the Arts, May 8-9, at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center, 1355 West 3100 South, West Valley City, Utah. This is a great opportunity for inspiration, networking, professional development, accessing essential
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Free preview for "High School Musical"

Rose Wagner notified us that some of the cast from the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players’ “Disney’s High School Musical” will be performing at the Frontier Mall in Cheyenne on Saturday, April 26 at 2 p.m. in the J.C. Penney court. She urged everyone to drop by for this free teaser of a show that’s been
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Free preview for "High School Musical"

Rose Wagner notified us that some of the cast from the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players’ “Disney’s High School Musical” will be performing at the Frontier Mall in Cheyenne on Saturday, April 26 at 2 p.m. in the J.C. Penney court. She urged everyone to drop by for this free teaser of a show that’s been
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"Maid in the U.S.A." author at UW April 29

Mary Romero, author of “Maid in the U.S.A.,” a 1992 book that studies the exploitation of domestic service workers in the United States, will speak Tuesday, April 29, at the first scholarly presentation of the University of Wyoming’s Social Justice Research Center (SJRC). Romero, a professor of justice studies and social inquiry at Arizona State
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"Maid in the U.S.A." author at UW April 29

Mary Romero, author of “Maid in the U.S.A.,” a 1992 book that studies the exploitation of domestic service workers in the United States, will speak Tuesday, April 29, at the first scholarly presentation of the University of Wyoming’s Social Justice Research Center (SJRC). Romero, a professor of justice studies and social inquiry at Arizona State
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42nd Film & Video Festival call for entries

Deadline is June 27, 2008 The Council on Foundations and Grantmakers in Film + Electronic Media (GFEM) are seeking submissions of films and videos for the Council on Foundations’ 42nd Annual Film & Video Festival to be held May 4-6 2009, in Atlanta, Georgia. The Film & Video Festival showcases films, videos, and television programs
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42nd Film & Video Festival call for entries

Deadline is June 27, 2008 The Council on Foundations and Grantmakers in Film + Electronic Media (GFEM) are seeking submissions of films and videos for the Council on Foundations’ 42nd Annual Film & Video Festival to be held May 4-6 2009, in Atlanta, Georgia. The Film & Video Festival showcases films, videos, and television programs
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Dominguez exhibit at Wyo. State Museum

In conjunction with Cheyenne’s Cinco de Mayo celebration, the Wyoming State Museum will have on display the artwork of Eddie Dominguez, who’s ceramic sculpture and prints incorporates the rich cultural heritage of his Hispanic background. The exhibit opens May 1 and will be on display through June 13. Dominguez will speak at the State Museum
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"Arts for the Earth" at gallery in Wilson

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