Wyoming Arts Council

Off Square Theatre Company in Jackson presents "Always… Patsy Cline"

BBHC hosts "Houlihan" Wyoming premiere

The Wyoming premiere of “Houlihan,” a “lively and entertaining feature-length documentary about the Northern Range cowboy,” will be held on Monday, July 14, 6 p.m., in the Coe Auditorium at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody. The showing is free to people who buy an admission to the museum. The film was made by
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BBHC hosts "Houlihan" Wyoming premiere

The Wyoming premiere of “Houlihan,” a “lively and entertaining feature-length documentary about the Northern Range cowboy,” will be held on Monday, July 14, 6 p.m., in the Coe Auditorium at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody. The showing is free to people who buy an admission to the museum. The film was made by
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New roster artist: Sue Wallis

Sue Wallis, a poetry performer from Recluse in Campbell County, is a new member of the Wyoming Arts Council artists’ roster. Currently serving as a Wyoming Legislator for House District 52, Sue and her husband Rod McQueary (also a WAC roster artist) operate the Wallis Ranch in northeastern Wyoming. Sue performs poetry recitations, and has
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Call For Entries: Pavement Saw Press

Pavement Saw Press Transcontinental Poetry Award is now accepting entries. Electronic and mailed entries must meet these requirements: 1. The manuscript should be at least 48 pages of poetry and no more than 70 pages of poetry in length.2. A one-page cover letter. Include a brief biography, the book’s title, your name, address, and telephone
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Do Palma quilt featured in "Fabric of Legacies"

A quilt by Cheyenne’s Do Palma is part of the 27th annual “Fabric of Legacies” International Art Quilt Exhibition at the Lincoln Center Galleries in Fort Collins, Colo., through Aug. 20. Award jurors are Susan Crouse-Kemp and Louisa Smith. Do Palma will join other exhibit artists at the opening reception on Friday, July 18, 5-7
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Do Palma quilt featured in "Fabric of Legacies"

A quilt by Cheyenne’s Do Palma is part of the 27th annual “Fabric of Legacies” International Art Quilt Exhibition at the Lincoln Center Galleries in Fort Collins, Colo., through Aug. 20. Award jurors are Susan Crouse-Kemp and Louisa Smith. Do Palma will join other exhibit artists at the opening reception on Friday, July 18, 5-7
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New West sponsors summer photo contest

RULES: You must be at least 18 years old and a resident of the United States. Your photos must have been taken in the Rocky Mountain region, defined as New Mexico, Idaho, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and Montana, during the summer of 2008. FMI: http://www.newwest.net/topic/article/h2ography_give_us_your_best_water_shot/C41/L41/

Paul Taylor tells stories of the outback

The National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson presents Paul Taylor, an acclaimed performer on the WAC artist roster, sharing stories of Aboriginal and European Australia on July 16. Two programs will be available, and each presents a great opportunity for guests of all ages. The activities accompany “Ritual Abstractions: Aboriginal Art of Australia and
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For opera, Wyomingites look south

It’s a challenge to find opera in Wyoming. But our neighbors to the south in Utah and Colorado (or way down south in Santa Fe) do have some excellent opera offerings this summer. For example, the Central City Opera in Central City, Colo., presents “Susannah” by Carlisle Floyd from July 5 through Aug. 10. The
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