Wyoming Arts Council

Craig Johnson’s book tour by motorcycle

Mystery writer Craig Johnson of Ucross has hopped on his motorcycle and is continuing his regional book tour on two wheels. Here’s the schedule: I’ll be in Missoula, MT tonight (Monday, July 14) at Fact and Fiction at 7 PM with Neil MacMahon. Seattle Mystery Bookstore on Wednesday, July 16 at noon and then at
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Craig Johnson's book tour by motorcycle

Mystery writer Craig Johnson of Ucross has hopped on his motorcycle and is continuing his regional book tour on two wheels. Here’s the schedule: I’ll be in Missoula, MT tonight (Monday, July 14) at Fact and Fiction at 7 PM with Neil MacMahon. Seattle Mystery Bookstore on Wednesday, July 16 at noon and then at
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"As You Like It (Redux)" in Laramie

From a University of Wyoming press release: A new drama troupe, The Merely Players, will bring to Laramie Shakespeare’s “As You Like It (Redux),” July 18-20 at 4 p.m. in Washington Park, off the corner of Rainbow and 19th streets. The Bard’s humorous tale of true love and brotherhood follows a noble family as it
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"As You Like It (Redux)" in Laramie

From a University of Wyoming press release: A new drama troupe, The Merely Players, will bring to Laramie Shakespeare’s “As You Like It (Redux),” July 18-20 at 4 p.m. in Washington Park, off the corner of Rainbow and 19th streets. The Bard’s humorous tale of true love and brotherhood follows a noble family as it
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Big West Fest combines art and music

The Big West Arts Festival Aug. 2-3 at Sheridan College in Sheridan features booths by more than 50 artists and a variety of talented musicians from throughout Wyoming and the West. You’ll see some familiar names from the Wyoming Arts Council artist roster in Jeff Troxel, Fireants, and Laughing Bird. For more on the WAC
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Correction: New home for Gillette melodrama

On June 18, we posted an item about performances of the Gillette Community Theatre’s summer melodrama. We listed the wrong venue! Mary Wegher, GCT board members, tells us that the melodrama has moved from the WPA Building in Cam-plex Park to the New Life Wesleyan Fellowship Hall, 1000 Comanche Avenue in Gillette. Performances are at
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Free band concerts in the park

The Cheyenne Community Band will perform on Thursdays, July 17 and Aug. 7 and 21, 7-8 p.m., at the William N. Brimmer Amphitheater, 4603 Lions Park Drive, Cheyenne. These events are free and open to the public.

Kids: Play in the mud at AVA Center!

The AVA Center in Gillette announces its “Mud Week! Kids’ Pottery Workshop” July 21-25, 3-5 p.m. Here’s a description: Come play in the mud with us! Learn how to make a pot on the pottery wheel and make slab, pinch, and coil pots. Use the extruder and slab roller to make items you can use.
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Artist reception 5-6 p.m. today at Cheyenne Y

The Cheyenne Family YMCA is holding a reception from 5-6 p.m. Friday, July 11, for artist Bob Child of Fort Collins, Colo. (his painting, “Camron Ram” is featured in photo). Child is the YMCA’s featured artist of the month for July. The reception is free and open to the public (you don’t have to be
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No fiction — "Pulp Function" at the NIC

Paper, that humble material that we use daily and take for granted, becomes material for art in Pulp Function, on exhibit at the Nicolaysen Art Museum & Discovery Center in Casper from July 11 through September 28 — with an opening reception on FRiday, August 8, starting at 6 p.m. This exhibition explores all aspects
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