Wyoming Arts Council

"Woven Painting" at the State Museum

An exhibit of 15 tapestries by Wilson artist Mary-Alice Huemoeller will be on display at the Wyoming State Museum, January 26 through March 7. A reception and program by Huemoeller will be held Feb. 12, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., in the State Museum’s Multi-Purpose Room. Huemoeller’s weaving reflects her personal vision of life.
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Thursday events resume at Phoenix Books

Michael Riversong notified us that he’ll be performing on Thursday, Jan. 22, 6 p.m., at Phoenix Books on Capitol Avenue, just north of Lincolnway in Cheyenne. He promises “music, stories and interactive fun! Celtic harp, guitar and flutes!”Sounds great to us.Michael performed at Phoenix Books on Dec. 4. “We had a lot of fun. It
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The Muses are coming to Casper

The Celtic band The Muses will be in Casper January 16, playing at two venues. From 2-3 p.m., catch them at the Casper Public Library, 307 E. 2nd St. Then, from 7:30-9:00 p.m., they will play a concert at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, 318 E. 6th St. Tanya Brody, Matthew Gurnsey, and Lindsay Jensen each
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Family/Treasure exhibit at the Lander Arts Center

Hannah (l) and Magdalena by Dannine Donaho Exhibit runs January 2- February 13, 2009. This show is about collections. Some of us prefer precious objects, works of art. For many of us the most important one is the collection of people that surround us. Local portrait painter, Dannine Donaho, along with other artists will represent
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Dawn Turner Trice and "The ‘R’ Word"

From a University of Wyoming press release: A march, panel discussions, music and keynote addresses from a prominent newspaper columnist and the former American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) president highlight the annual Martin Luther King Jr./March and Days of Dialogue (MLK/DOD) celebration next week at the University of Wyoming. “Social Justice Through Your Lens” is
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Dawn Turner Trice and "The 'R' Word"

From a University of Wyoming press release: A march, panel discussions, music and keynote addresses from a prominent newspaper columnist and the former American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) president highlight the annual Martin Luther King Jr./March and Days of Dialogue (MLK/DOD) celebration next week at the University of Wyoming. “Social Justice Through Your Lens” is
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My kingdom for a functional, great-looking, easy-to-find-something-in, cool, stylish…

An interesting exhibit at the Wyoming State Museum right now is pocketbook anthropology, a collection of 50 handbags by artists, artisan and designers from around the world. Leila Hadley Luce’s words, writer and former cartoon editor for the Saturday Evening Post, open the dialogue about this exhibit: “One’s handbag is an extension of self, persona
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New songs by Bryan Ragsdale

Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Bryan Ragsdale of Green River sends this announcement:I have put four of the songs off of my new album, Where Cowpokes Grow, on MySpace at www.myspace.com/bryanragsdal. These are MP3 versions of the master disk that we just sent off for production. The CD will be available for purchase on the
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"Going Green" tells tales of Dumpster Divers

Jeffe Kennedy in Laramie sends this news via her blog, Love, Power and Fairytale Endings: Earth Day 2009 will see the release of the new anthology, Going Green: True Tales from Gleaners, Scavengers, and Dumpster Divers. Edited by Laura Pritchett. I’m a contributor, with my essay on “Home Recycling,” as are my good friends, the
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"Going Green" tells tales of Dumpster Divers

Jeffe Kennedy in Laramie sends this news via her blog, Love, Power and Fairytale Endings: Earth Day 2009 will see the release of the new anthology, Going Green: True Tales from Gleaners, Scavengers, and Dumpster Divers. Edited by Laura Pritchett. I’m a contributor, with my essay on “Home Recycling,” as are my good friends, the
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