Wyoming Arts Council

NW College Studio Singers perform with Ronnie Bedford & Friends

The Northwest College Studio Singers will open the season by opening for the 2008 Ronnie Bedford and Friends concert tour Oct. 7 and 8 in two Big Horn Basin communities and Billings, Mont. On Tuesday, Oct. 7, the 14-member group performs at 11 a.m. at Billings West High School, followed by a 1:45 p.m. performance
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High school string players gather in Greeley

This comes from a University of Northern Colorado press release: The University of Northern Colorado School of Music is proud to announce the 25th Annual Western States Honor Orchestra Festival (WSHOF) will be held November 6-8. Established at UNC in 1983, this annual “Weekend for Strings” provides three days of intense musical training to advanced
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Juan Laden "Roadside Memorials" exhibit featured at Folklore in Lander

Here’s a message from Lander photographer Juan Laden about his most recent exhibit: I just wanted to let you know that my show, “Passing Memories, Descansos, Roadside Memorials of the West” which showed last winter in Skive, Denmark, and has done some touring in Wyoming is now showing at the Folklore, a coffee shop at
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Juan Laden "Roadside Memorials" exhibit featured at Folklore in Lander

Here’s a message from Lander photographer Juan Laden about his most recent exhibit: I just wanted to let you know that my show, “Passing Memories, Descansos, Roadside Memorials of the West” which showed last winter in Skive, Denmark, and has done some touring in Wyoming is now showing at the Folklore, a coffee shop at
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17 days until T Minus 5 in Lander

Lander Community Concerts presents T Minus 5 on Monday, October 20. As a nationally-acclaimed and award-winning a cappella group, T Minus 5 is known for delivering a high-energy musical performance that combines pop, classic rock, a bit of country, and elements of comedy. Hear members of the LVHS choral groups perform with them on two
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Suing someone has ancient history

A discussion of litigation and Athens, Greece is this month’s Wyoming State Museum Lecture Series presentation. The lecture, “Sue Thy Neighbor: Life and Litigation in Classical Athens,” by Dr. Philip Holt, will be held at 7 p.m., October 9 in the State Museum Multi-Purpose Room. Dr. Holt, professor and department chair of Modern and Classical
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Out of Nebraska… Literary news

The Nebraska Arts Council is partnering with The Backwaters Press, a Nebraska publishing company, to honor Nebraska writers awarded with the NAC’s Individual Artist Fellowships. Greg Kosmicki, editor and publisher of The Backwaters Press, and J.D. Hutton, NAC’s Individual Artist Fellowship Program manager, have collaborated on a new writers reading series which features past IAF
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Bar J Wranglers perform at Library of Congress

The Bar J Wranglers from Wilson will perform “Cowboy Music from Wyoming” from noon-1 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 2, at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Here’s a description from the American Folklife Center web site: The Bar J Wranglers carry on a family tradition of entertaining audiences throughout
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Cody Country Art League fall classes

To get more information about fall classes offered by the Cody Country Art League, go to www.codyart.vcn.comBeading, begins Wednesday, October 8, from 9 a.m.–noon. The class will meet each Wednesday for six weeks. Instructor: Linda Burwick. Cost: $110 for CCAL members and $120 for non-members. Materials extra.Beginner/Intermediate Oil Painting, begins Thursday, October 16, from 9
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