Wyoming Arts Council

Local musicians make good in Seattle

One-time Laramie County Community College students Chad Siebken and Quintin Musgrove will be taking their music to the Internet this week. The two Cheyennites are members of a music trio, Crimes in Modern Architecture. They’ll be performing on a streaming radio show on Wednesday, June 25, 3 p.m., and Saturday, June 28, 5 p.m. Go
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UW takes vertical dance to Greenland

Two University of Wyoming faculty members recently presented a vertical dance performance at the Katuaq Culture House in Nuuk, Greenland. The performance by Margaret Wilson, assistant professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance, and Neil Humphrey, professor in the Department of Geology and Geophysics, included three solo works and two duets augmented by video
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Wyo. Cultural Trust Fund grants announced

The Equality State Book Festival sponsored by Casper College is one of 30 Wyoming cultural and heritage projects and sponsoring organizations to benefit from more than $400,000 in grants from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund.Casper College will receive $10,000 from the WCTF to support the second Equality State Book Festival Sept. 18-20 at the college,
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Plein Air class on the plains this weekend

"Refugium" rises at UW beginning June 26

From a UW press release: Artist Linda Fleming’s large-scale, laser-cut steel sculpture will be the next addition to “Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational.” Fleming will begin installation of “Refugium,” the centerpiece of her most recent New York exhibition, Thursday, June 26, in the plaza on the west side of the University of Wyoming Classroom Building. She
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"Refugium" rises at UW beginning June 26

From a UW press release: Artist Linda Fleming’s large-scale, laser-cut steel sculpture will be the next addition to “Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational.” Fleming will begin installation of “Refugium,” the centerpiece of her most recent New York exhibition, Thursday, June 26, in the plaza on the west side of the University of Wyoming Classroom Building. She
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Human vines walk Casper streets!

At the NIC Fest in Casper…. Concerts kicked off last night at the NIC Fest in downtown Casper with Wyoming favorites (and Wyoming Arts Council roster artists) Fireants from Johnson County. They performed some old stuff, some new stuff, and we listened, eating barbecue and sipping soda and/or beer (take your pick). The vendor fair
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Videos wanted for ABC’s "Earth 2100"

From an ABC News press release: In an unprecedented television and internet event, ABC News is asking you to help answer perhaps the most important question of our time — What will our world be like over the next one hundred years if we don’t act now to save our troubled planet? The world’s brightest
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Videos wanted for ABC's "Earth 2100"

From an ABC News press release: In an unprecedented television and internet event, ABC News is asking you to help answer perhaps the most important question of our time — What will our world be like over the next one hundred years if we don’t act now to save our troubled planet? The world’s brightest
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Kerouac lecture June 21 in Cheyenne

From a Wyoming Humanities Council press release: Audrey Sprenger, a national authority on Jack Kerouac, will give a free public lecture at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 21, in the Wind River Room at the Plains Hotel. Sprenger is the director of Arts and Educational Programming for the Denver Public Library and was recently selected
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