Wyoming Arts Council

Meet bookfest presenter Sarah Crichton

Not all of the presenters at the Equality State Book Festival Sept. 18-20 in Casper are authors. Some are editors — Sarah Crichton is vice president and publisher of Sarah Crichton Books, an imprint of Farrar, Straus and Giroux which began publishing titles in March 2006. An eclectic mix of smart and vervy books, fiction
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Bad weather cancels arts & crafts show

From a press release: Due to inclement weather and wet conditions, the Wyoming State Museum Volunteers Arts and Crafts Show scheduled in Cheyenne for tomorrow (Aug. 16) has been cancelled. The event will not be rescheduled. It has been determined that sloppy conditions on the grounds of the Barrett Building in downtown Cheyenne would not
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Bad weather cancels arts & crafts show

From a press release: Due to inclement weather and wet conditions, the Wyoming State Museum Volunteers Arts and Crafts Show scheduled in Cheyenne for tomorrow (Aug. 16) has been cancelled. The event will not be rescheduled. It has been determined that sloppy conditions on the grounds of the Barrett Building in downtown Cheyenne would not
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Meet the bookfest authors: Alexandra Fuller

The latest in our series of profiles of writers, poets and editors who will participate in the second annual Equality State Book Festival in Casper: Alexandra Fuller’s first book, Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood (Random House, 2001), was a New York Times Notable Book for 2002, the 2002 Booksense Best
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Mike Hurwitz covers lots of territory in August

Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Michael Hurwitz is having a busy August. Yesterday he was on KUWR’s “Morning Music” with Grady Kirkpatrick. He played songs from his latest CD, “Cowboy Fandango.” They included “Tom Horn,” about the legendary hired gun, and “Garden Spot Pavillion,” the now-defunct venue in Medicine Bow that used to be a
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"Faces of Dignity" exhibit at Ciao Gallery 8/16

"Faces of Dignity" exhibit at Ciao Gallery 8/16

"Sitting Pretty" fund-raiser for Greybull C of C

“Sitting Pretty 2008” is an artist-embellished-chair project undertaken in the town of Greybull as a fundraiser to benefit its Chamber of Commerce. Artists from throughout Wyoming — many from Greybull — and the Rocky Mountain region participated to create a collection of 24 unique works of art that are currently on display in the windows
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"Sitting Pretty" fund-raiser for Greybull C of C

“Sitting Pretty 2008” is an artist-embellished-chair project undertaken in the town of Greybull as a fundraiser to benefit its Chamber of Commerce. Artists from throughout Wyoming — many from Greybull — and the Rocky Mountain region participated to create a collection of 24 unique works of art that are currently on display in the windows
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Children’s writer visits Cheyenne YMCA

Children’s writer/illustrator David Cronk (shown in photo, with some of his illustrations in the background) was born in Laramie, grew up in Cheyenne and now lives in Denver. He visited the Cheyenne Family YMCA today to talk to kids from 3-10 years old about his new book, “Critter Junction.” In the evening, before a crowd
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