Wyoming Arts Council

Guadalupe Barajas sculpture at Governor's Residence to be dedicated Oct. 2

A dedication celebrating the installation of “Open Season,” a bronze sculpture on the grounds of the Wyoming Governor’s Residence, will be held at 3 p.m., Oct. 2. The dedication is open to the public. The sculpture of three deer, one buck and two does, by Cheyenne artist Guadalupe Barajas, will be a permanent fixture at
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Fay Whitney signs books in Laramie Oct. 2

From a press release: University of Wyoming professor emerita of nursing Fay W. Whitney will sign copies of her new book Thursday, Oct. 2, at Chickering Books, 203 South Second Street in Laramie. Whitney and co-author Elinor Miller Greenberg’s new book is “A Time of Our Own: Celebrating Women Over 60,” a guide for women
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Ciao Gallery features Ray Shaw’s wildlife art

Ciao Gallery features Ray Shaw's wildlife art

Sheridan hosts Native American Days

On October 10th and 11th, 2008, Sheridan College will sponsor the second annual Sheridan College Native American Days. Powwow dancers will be attending from North and South Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana. This year’s event will include two days of dancing and competition. Winners will be selected by audience cheering and Native American judges. Sheridan
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New Musical Theatre competition

This from Andrea Press, producer at ANMT, the Academy for New Musical Theatre, in Los Angeles: We want to link composers, lyricists, playwrights and theatre companies from Wyoming who would like to create brand-new musicals, written specifically as part of a national series of musicals exploring American themes and culture. The goal of the Interstate
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Lander Community Concerts announces its 2008-2009 events schedule

Lander Community Concerts Association has announced its schedule for 2008-2009. Here it is: T Minus 5Monday, October 20, 2008The Golden Dragon Acrobats Monday, November 10, 2008I Love a Piano Tuesday, November 25, 2008Antonio Pompa-Baldi Tuesday, December 9, 2008“Oh, Mr. Sousa!”Thursday, January 22, 2009A Fine and Pleasant Misery Thursday, February 19, 2009Dallas Brass Tuesday, March 17,
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Check out the sculpture at UW & Laramie

Here’s one-half of the wyomingarts blogger team checking out the sculpture made of saplings that’s situated on Prexy’s Pasture at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. The sculpture, “Shortcut,” is by Patrick Dougherty and was installed this summer with the help of UW students, staff and faculty. It’s part of “Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational” that’s
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Check out the sculpture at UW & Laramie

Here’s one-half of the wyomingarts blogger team checking out the sculpture made of saplings that’s situated on Prexy’s Pasture at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. The sculpture, “Shortcut,” is by Patrick Dougherty and was installed this summer with the help of UW students, staff and faculty. It’s part of “Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational” that’s
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Art show and silent art auction liven up Gillette this weekend

Ariane Jimison at AVA passed along this news about weekend arts events in Gillette: An artist reception and open house for artist Dorothy Redland’s “Western-Landscapes-Wildlife” will be held on Friday, Sept. 26, 6-8:30 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 27, 2-4:30 p.m. It’s hosted by Joel and Diana Ohman and Debbie Mader, 3730 Overdale Drive, Gillette. “Please
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