Wyoming Arts Council

Honors for UW's Rod Garnett

From a University of Wyoming press release: For international students and visitors to the University of Wyoming, Rod Garnett’s home is a sort of foreign embassy. “Holiday dinners at his home can resemble dinners at the United Nations,” says Jenny Ingram of the Laramie-based Wyoming Humanities Council. Garnett’s efforts to bridge cultural and language barriers,
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Reception May 9, 5-7 p.m. at AVA Center

Photogs shoot upper Green River valley

The Associated Press reports that nature photographers from around the world will gather in Wyoming’s upper Green River valley this month to photograph “the challenges of conservation there in the face of intense gas development.” The International League of Conservation Photographers plans to conduct a three-day expedition to the valley in May. It’s called a
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Read excerpt from Fuller’s book at wyofile.com

Read excerpt from Fuller's book at wyofile.com

Call for entries: poetry anthology

Montana writer Lowell Jaeger is editor of a new poetry anthology and is seeking submissions: Many Voices Press is accepting submissions for an anthology of poets from Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. We are selecting poems now. No deadline. We will continue to review submissions until we
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Help wanted: Works of Wyoming Project

From a press release: The Wyoming Women’s Business Center is hiring a part time coordinator for its Works of Wyoming Project located in Laramie, WY. The successful candidate will develop and implement a program to provide education, training and support for artisan clients working towards entrepreneurship. Qualifications include business management education, the ability to work
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Ucross hosts concert at WYO Theatre

Sharon Dynak of the Ucross Foundation sends this news: Three award-winning musicians return to the stage of Sheridan’s WYO Theater on Saturday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. Pianist Philip Aaberg (“the best piano player I’ve ever heard” – Elvin Bishop), cellist Eugene Friesen (a two-time Grammy Award winner with the Paul Winter Consort) and violinist
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CLTP holds auditions for melodrama

Cheyenne Little Theatre Players is holding auditions for its Old-Fashioned Summer Melodrama.On Monday and Tuesday, May 12-13, 6:30 p.m., auditions for emcees and olio acts will be held at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. CLTP is looking for Western or vaudeville style acts of 3-5 minutes in length. On Monday and Tuesday, May
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Beats "On the Road" in Wyo. this summer

From a press release from the Wyoming Humanities Council: This summer, the Wyoming Humanities Council presents “On the Road: 50 Years of the Beatniks,” a summer program about American counterculture in the 1950s and early 1960s. The program includes a book discussion series focusing on Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs; a poetry
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