Wyoming Arts Council

Wyoming Memories: Finding and Preserving Family History

In celebration of Archives Month, the Wyoming State Archives will hold a free genealogy workshop October 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., in the State Museum Multi-Purpose Room.Archives Month is celebrated annually in October by archival repositories across the nation to promote the preservation of documentary history, and inform the public about their programs
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Multi-artist reception Oct. 17 at The Nic

The Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper will hold a reception on Friday, Oct. 17, 6 p.m., to celebrate the opening of new exhibits by Bill Shepherd (“Reviewing the West”), Tom Nussbaum, Lucy Fradkin and James Holmes. Lectures by the artists will begin at 6:30 p.m. Their work will be on display at The Nic from
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Call for entries: CLTP New Play Project

March 31, 2009 is the deadline for Wyoming, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska and Utah playwrights to enter their work to the New Play Project, a program created by the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players (CLTP) in Cheyenne to encourage, recognize and support playwrights in the five-state region.Entries must be full-length plays that have not been performed previously;
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Cheyenne Little Theatre Players hosts festival of Wyoming community theatres in March

On March 13-14, 2009, the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players (CLTP) is playing host to the 2009 Wyoming State AACT (American Association of Community Theatre) Play Festival in Cheyenne at the Mary Godfrey Playhouse in Cheyenne. The event will feature sixty minute performances by Wyoming community theatres; networking opportunities; and workshops on fundraising, acting, and historical
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Emerson String Quartet returns to UW

From a UW press release: The Emerson String Quartet will perform Thursday, Oct. 23, for the eighth time in the University of Wyoming Cultural Programs’ concert series. That’ll make one concert for each of the ensemble’s eight Grammy Awards. The quartet, which made its debut at UW in the 1970s, shortly after the release of
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Will the publishing industry make the same mistakes as the music biz?

Hugh McGuire writes this in his Book Oven Blog: The modern publishing business has been in existence since about 1800, but things are not looking so rosy in the ink-stained world. The publishing business is scared:if stagnating book sales and the creeping digital shakeup were not enough, the market meltdown has many tightening their belts
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"Wild Bunch" conducts writing workshops

In conjunction with the National Endowment for the Arts’ Big Read Project, the High Plains BookFest (Oct. 17-19), the YMCA Writer’s Voice and the Yellowstone Writers’ Collective, the “Wild Bunch,” a group of Montana/Wyoming poets, essayists, and fiction writers, is offering workshop sessions in three area locations.The writing workshops will provide writers at all levels
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"Wild Bunch" conducts writing workshops

In conjunction with the National Endowment for the Arts’ Big Read Project, the High Plains BookFest (Oct. 17-19), the YMCA Writer’s Voice and the Yellowstone Writers’ Collective, the “Wild Bunch,” a group of Montana/Wyoming poets, essayists, and fiction writers, is offering workshop sessions in three area locations.The writing workshops will provide writers at all levels
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Dia de los Muertos "sugar skull" workshop

Dia de los Muertos "sugar skull" workshop

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