Wyoming Arts Council

In Memoriam: Mabel E. Brown

From Mike Shay: Mabel Brown was one of the first people I met when I came to Cheyenne in 1991. She then was a young lass of 77. She was everywhere — the legislature, book signings, history events all around the state, Governor’s Arts Awards dinner, and at the Wyoming Arts Council. Mabel researched and
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New emerging fiction writers in Laramie

UW’s MFA program’s Emerging Fiction Writers Mini-Symposium takes place on 11/7 and 11/8. Chris Bachelder, Karl Iagnemma and Neela Vaswani, all terrific young fiction writers on the rise, will be in Laramie for a public reading at Second Story bookstore at 5 p.m. A reception and booksigning will follow. More information about these authors can
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For artists who need help with brochures

A brochure design workshop will be offered in Casper on Monday, Nov. 17. Learn how to make your advertising stand out in the competitive marketplace in this hands-on brochure design workshop sponsored by Wyoming Entrepreneur.Biz. This workshop will consist of an hour of group lecture, plus a personal 20-minute consultation to work on individual brochures
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Cheyenne Depot hosts American Indian Heritage Month Celebration Nov. 15

Celebrate "Ciaoloween" at Ciao Gallery

Celebrate "Ciaoloween" at Ciao Gallery

Peter Fletcher plays at Laramie Co. Library

Classical guitarist Peter Fletcher is coming to the Laramie County Public Library in Cheyenne. Free and open to the public, this award-winning performer’s concert takes place at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 3, in the library’s Cottonwood Room. This concert will feature selections from his most recent CD, “Music of the Baroque,” and will culminate
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Lunch with Manuel Munoz at UW

Manuel Munoz has had two books of short stories published. Zigzagger (Northwestern University Press, 2003) and The Faith Healer of Olive Avenue (Algonquin, 2007). Manuel shies away from being compartmentalized as how publishers and book stores want to market him. Often dark and depressing, his stories are products of what he says was a very
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Craig Johnson remembers Tony Hillerman

This remembrance of Tony Hillerman comes from one of our own, mystery writer Craig Johnson of Ucross:There was an owl on one of the teepee poles at my ranch last night and, if you’re lucky enough to live adjacent to Indian Country, you pay attention to such things. The Cheyenne see the owls as messengers
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Dec. 12 deadline for WAC performing arts fellowships in music performance

The Wyoming Arts Council invites Wyomingites involved in music performance to compete for the 2009 Performing Arts Fellowships. Postmark deadline is Dec. 12, 2008. The WAC welcomes applications from Wyoming residents 18 or older who are not full-time students pursuing high school, college or university art-related degrees. The WAC will award up to two fellowships
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