Wyoming Arts Council

Web site a resource for ceramic artists

Jennifer Harnetty, managing editor of Ceramic Arts Daily, sent this press release: Ceramic Arts Daily (www.ceramicartsdaily.org), a website dedicated to providing information about the ceramic arts to the ceramic arts community, has reached a significant milestone by signing up more than 30,000 subscribers, making it the largest subscriber-based website forceramic artists in the world. Ceramic
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New web site for Ucross Foundation

The Ucross Foundation recently launched a new web site, complete with photography by some of its talented resident artists. The web site is the result of nearly a year of work on the part of Ucross staff and contractors.Go to http://www.ucrossfoundation.org and take a look. Ucross Foundation staffers say that they would love feedback on
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Auditions Jan. 12-13 at Atlas Theatre

From Rose Wagner at the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players: Don’t forget auditions for The Sisters Rosensweig, directed by Carol A. Serelson, are coming up very fast! In fact, they’re Monday, January 12, and Tuesday, January 13, at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne, 6:30 p.m. The Sisters Rosensweig Readers Theatre will be presented on
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Lander Art Center starts 2009 classes

Here’s a message from Lennie Poitras, director of the Lander Art Center:This week we started preschool and homeschool classes. If you missed them there is still time. Starting Tuesday is Susan Grinels’ Drawing/Pastel class. It will be held from 7-9 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 3. Price: $40 punchcard or $8 per class.Susan Grinels is an award
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YUPO watercolor class with Nancy Brown

Mountain Standard Time at UW Jan. 14

Bluegrass band Mountain Standard Time will perform a free show Wednesday, Jan. 14, at 8 p.m. in the Wyoming Union ballroom at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. The band is based in Nederland, Colo. As is the case with most Westerners, its six members are from different parts of the country. Mountain Standard Time
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Governor’s Arts Awards just a month away

Here’s the front of the invitation for the Governor’s Arts Awards. The original artwork featuring the cartoon characters Elmo and Flo was done by Jerry Palen, who is one of the 2009 Governor’s Arts Award recipients, along with Park County Arts Council, Cody; Diane Springford, Lander; and Tandem Productions, Sheridan. The dinner and ceremony takes
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Governor's Arts Awards just a month away

Here’s the front of the invitation for the Governor’s Arts Awards. The original artwork featuring the cartoon characters Elmo and Flo was done by Jerry Palen, who is one of the 2009 Governor’s Arts Award recipients, along with Park County Arts Council, Cody; Diane Springford, Lander; and Tandem Productions, Sheridan. The dinner and ceremony takes
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The Color Purple at the Buell Theatre in Denver

From blog editor Linda Coatney: I ventured down to Denver yesterday for the 2:00 p.m. matinee performance of The Color Purple, the musical. The tickets were a Christmas present from my daughter. Great songs and wonderful vocalists/performers. The story for the stage is somewhat differently told from the movie story, but the pivotal focus of
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Casper photographer’s work in "ONWARD ’09"

This comes from a story in the Jan. 8 Casper Star-Tribune: Michael Flicek’s photograph, “Waiting For Work, Wuhan,” was accepted for the ONWARD ’09 Exhibition at Project Basho Gallery in Philadelphia. The show opened Thursday and will run through Feb. 22. According to the Project Basho Web site, “ONWARD is an annual juried photography exhibition
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