Wyoming Arts Council

Golka replaces Lortie in GTMF concerts

American pianist Adam Golka has been selected as soloist replacement for Grand Teton Music Festival’s final orchestra concerts of the 2008 summer season on Friday and Saturday, August 15-16. Golka replaces pianist Louis Lortie who has unexpectedly had to cancel his engagement with the Festival. Winner of the 2008 Gilmore Young Artist Award and the
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"Reading Wyoming" groups begin Aug. 26

From a press release:“Reading Wyoming,” the popular book discussion program of the Wyoming Humanities Council, will take place in 19 Wyoming communities this fall. The program brings together community members and a humanities discussion leader to read and discuss a series of four books. Sessions are free and open to the public, and the Wyoming
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"Reading Wyoming" groups begin Aug. 26

From a press release:“Reading Wyoming,” the popular book discussion program of the Wyoming Humanities Council, will take place in 19 Wyoming communities this fall. The program brings together community members and a humanities discussion leader to read and discuss a series of four books. Sessions are free and open to the public, and the Wyoming
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Cat Urbigkit’s new book about wolves

Pinedale sheep rancher, photographer and children’s writer Cat Urbigkit has written a new book. Yellowstone Wolves–A Chronicle of the Animal, the People, and the Politics will be released published in September by the McDonald & Woodward Publishing Company of Granville, Ohio. Here’s what the publisher says about the book: For the first time, the history
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Cat Urbigkit's new book about wolves

Pinedale sheep rancher, photographer and children’s writer Cat Urbigkit has written a new book. Yellowstone Wolves–A Chronicle of the Animal, the People, and the Politics will be released published in September by the McDonald & Woodward Publishing Company of Granville, Ohio. Here’s what the publisher says about the book: For the first time, the history
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Surf’s up at LCCC Theatre in Cheyenne!

Psycho Beach Party by Charles Burch is the first offering of the 2008-2009 theatre season at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne. It will debut on Thursday, Aug. 21, and play through Saturday, Aug. 23, 7:30 p.m., at the LCCC Playhouse, 1400 E. College Dr. Tickets are $10 general admission; $5 students and seniors. Here’s
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Surf's up at LCCC Theatre in Cheyenne!

Psycho Beach Party by Charles Burch is the first offering of the 2008-2009 theatre season at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne. It will debut on Thursday, Aug. 21, and play through Saturday, Aug. 23, 7:30 p.m., at the LCCC Playhouse, 1400 E. College Dr. Tickets are $10 general admission; $5 students and seniors. Here’s
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Meet the bookfest authors: John Clayton

Here’s another installment of profiles of the writers appearing at the Equality State Book Festival Sept. 18-20 in Casper: John Clayton’s new book, The Cowboy Girl, is a biography of the Montana/Wyoming novelist, journalist, and homesteader Caroline Lockhart. “Expertly researched and wonderfully written,” writes Mark Spragg, author of Where Rivers Change Direction, “this biography of
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Cheyenne Quilter’s Guild Show

The Cheyenne Civic Center’s Quilt Show was able to go forward, despite the flood damage the Center received Tuesday night from a storm that dumped 2.5 inches on Cheyenne in just 30 minutes. Much needed moisture, but the Center’s basement had to be pumped out and water rose to the main stage level. There were
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Cheyenne Quilter's Guild Show

The Cheyenne Civic Center’s Quilt Show was able to go forward, despite the flood damage the Center received Tuesday night from a storm that dumped 2.5 inches on Cheyenne in just 30 minutes. Much needed moisture, but the Center’s basement had to be pumped out and water rose to the main stage level. There were
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