Wyoming Arts Council

"Third Eye Blind" at UW Nov. 14

From a UW press release: A band favorite of the 1990s, Third Eye Blind, will perform in concert at the University of Wyoming in Laramie at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14, in the College of Arts and Sciences auditorium. Tickets are available starting Oct. 17 for UW students for $20 each and on Oct. 22
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"Third Eye Blind" at UW Nov. 14

From a UW press release: A band favorite of the 1990s, Third Eye Blind, will perform in concert at the University of Wyoming in Laramie at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14, in the College of Arts and Sciences auditorium. Tickets are available starting Oct. 17 for UW students for $20 each and on Oct. 22
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"Jonah’ — words & photos by Wyomingites

Wyoming native B.J. Buckley sends this info from the wilds of Lolo, Mont.: Friends and Lit Folks — My good friend Jane Wohl’s daughter-in-law, Nikki Mann, has single-handedly published a really wonderful book about the Jonah Field (interviews, biological info, natural gas industry info, photos, text, poetry, etc.) in northern Wyoming. Nearly all photos and
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"Jonah' — words & photos by Wyomingites

Wyoming native B.J. Buckley sends this info from the wilds of Lolo, Mont.: Friends and Lit Folks — My good friend Jane Wohl’s daughter-in-law, Nikki Mann, has single-handedly published a really wonderful book about the Jonah Field (interviews, biological info, natural gas industry info, photos, text, poetry, etc.) in northern Wyoming. Nearly all photos and
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Amy Tan featured at Jackson library fund-raiser

Internationally acclaimed author Amy Tan will visit the valley for the Teton County Library and Library Foundation’s “Page to the Podium Literary Speakers Series” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, December 4 at the Jackson Hole High School Auditorium in Jackson. Don’t miss this great opportunity for your book group (or impromptu group) to read, discuss
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Rescue Mission stages fund-raising concert

Join the Central Wyoming Rescue Mission for an evening of music with contemporary Christian artists Matthew West and Josh Wilson. Reserve your ticket today for the CWRM Concert and Circle of Friends Pledge Drive to be held Thursday, November 6, at 7 p.m. at Natrona County High School Auditorium in Casper. Gold Circle Seating is
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Bill Bowers named as first Eminent Artist-in-Residence for UW Theatre/Dance Dept.

From a University of Wyoming press release: Bill Bowers is a professional director, an acclaimed Broadway actor and an international mime sensation. Now he’s adding another title to his impressive resume: The University of Wyoming’s first Eminent Artist-in-Residence. Bowers recently accepted UW’s second state-endowed professorship in the creative arts funded by the Excellence in Higher
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Palochak teaches Keum-Boo workshop Oct. 25

Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Katherine Palochak will conduct her “Keum-Boo Gold-On-Silver Workshop” on Saturday, Oct. 25, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in the WOW Civic Center Room 271 in Laramie. Workshop participants can expect to finish either a pair of earrings or a necklace pendant during the day. Keum-boo is the ancient Korean technique of fusing
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Willie LeClair featured in Casper Trib article

Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Willie LeClair was featured in an Oct. 8 story in the Casper Star-Tribune. Willie is based in Riverton and conducts sessions on Native American dance traditions, history and spirituality. One of his presentations is “Astride Two Cultures: The Indian in the Cowboy and the Cowboy in the Indian.” This reflects
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"Women Writing the West" features writers from Wyoming

Four Wyoming writers with Wyoming connections are among those presenting their work at the “Women Writing the West” symposium on October 15-17. The events are sponsored by Copper Nickel literary journal, Colorado Center for Public Humanities, The Lighthouse Writers Workshop, and The Laboratory of Art and Ideas at Belmar. The symposium will culminate with the
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