Wyoming Arts Council

May Day basket-making at AVA Center

Celebrating history of the Sheridan Inn

From a Wyoming SPCR press release: In celebration of National Preservation Month, the Sheridan Community Land Trust is presenting the Sheridan Heritage Center Inc. with a plaque to commerate the
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Call for artists: Missoula Firefighters Tribute

Lots to do (arts-wise and otherwise) in Casper this summer

The new “Adventure Guide” for Casper and Natrona County arrived with the morning paper yesterday. It’s chock full of adventure, which includes the arts (naturally). The guide lists a page
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Miss V celebrates her heroes in new CD

Miss V’s new CD, “Bypast Heroes,” arrived today in the mail. Miss V, a.k.a “The Gypsy Cowbelle,” is a singer and musician who’s a new addition to the Wyoming Arts
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Matt Flint now showing at Gallery MAR

WAC 2008 visual arts fellowship recipient Matt Flint from Riverton reports this on his blog: I am pleased to announce that I am now represented by Gallery MAR. Saturday I
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Pasqua presents faculty seminar about theatre

Jason Pasqua will present a faculty seminar about producing, directing and staging plays at noon on Wednesday, April 29, in Arp Room 128 on the Laramie County Community College campus
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Inda Eaton live in Casper May 16

Inda Eaton will perform on Saturday, May 16, 7:30 p.m., at Kelly Walsh High School in Casper. Here’s info on Inda from the ARTCORE web site: Inda Eaton is an
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Colorado Opera offers discounted tickets

Dale Travis as Don Alfonso and Suzanne Mentzer as Despina in “Cosi fan tutte.” Photo: Matthew Staver. Because opera is a rare commodity in Wyoming, the following is a great
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In Memoriam: Ken Rand

Mike Rand sent news over the weekend that his father, Ken Rand, one-time Wyoming resident and long-time member of Wyoming Writers, Inc., passed away April 21. I first met Ken
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