Wyoming Arts Council

Free concert: Balinese & Indonesian music

University of Wyoming Honors Program students and Wyoming Gamelan Chandra Wyoga will perform Balinese music and dance Saturday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center concert hall in Laramie. Admission is free and open to the public.The concert will feature instrumental ensembles including dramatic scenes from the Balinese-Hindu tradition.Performances will feature master
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Little Tikes Art Club at AVA Center

William Missouri Downs’ "Seagulls in a Cherry Tree" at Casper College

Laramie playwright (and recipient of a Wyoming Governor’s Arts Award) William Missouri Downs presents “Seagulls in a Cherry Tree,” the hilarious tale of two Hollywood writers who find themselves at an Idaho artist’s colony attempting to adapt Anton Chekov’s “The Cherry Orchard” for the Silver Screen. It is here that the writers fall in with
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William Missouri Downs' "Seagulls in a Cherry Tree" at Casper College

Laramie playwright (and recipient of a Wyoming Governor’s Arts Award) William Missouri Downs presents “Seagulls in a Cherry Tree,” the hilarious tale of two Hollywood writers who find themselves at an Idaho artist’s colony attempting to adapt Anton Chekov’s “The Cherry Orchard” for the Silver Screen. It is here that the writers fall in with
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Art & music therapy part of "Girls Night Out"

Rebecca Barrett of the Downtown Cheyenne Mercantile Association sends info about a new event. “Girls Night Out: Third Thursday Therapy” will kick off on Thursday, April 16, 4-8 p.m. at businesses throughout downtown Cheyenne. According to an event flyer, these types of “therapy” will be available to participants: art therapy, music therapy, girlfriend therapy, retail
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Art & music therapy part of "Girls Night Out"

Rebecca Barrett of the Downtown Cheyenne Mercantile Association sends info about a new event. “Girls Night Out: Third Thursday Therapy” will kick off on Thursday, April 16, 4-8 p.m. at businesses throughout downtown Cheyenne. According to an event flyer, these types of “therapy” will be available to participants: art therapy, music therapy, girlfriend therapy, retail
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"The Secret Life of Curators" on PBS

Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources videographer Dean Petersen sends this news:Tomorrow night (April 16) at 7 p.m., another half-hour episode of our in-house program, “Wyoming Folks,” will air on Wyoming PBS.“Wyoming Folks: The Secret Life of Curators” examines a few of the strange and lesser known items in our State Museum’s collection — from
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"The Secret Life of Curators" on PBS

Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources videographer Dean Petersen sends this news:Tomorrow night (April 16) at 7 p.m., another half-hour episode of our in-house program, “Wyoming Folks,” will air on Wyoming PBS.“Wyoming Folks: The Secret Life of Curators” examines a few of the strange and lesser known items in our State Museum’s collection — from
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Apply now for Art Works for Wyoming

The Wyoming Arts Council now is accepting applications for its new Art Works for Wyoming grant program. This is one-time funding from the National Endowment for the Arts through the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act. Applications are due by May 15. “We are fortunate to live in a time when the arts are recognized for
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UW playwrights capture KCACTF awards

From a UW press release: An original one-act play by University of Wyoming senior theatre major Jaime Cruz of Evanston has been selected for competition at the national Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) in Washington, D.C. Cruz’s play “Dead in the Kitchen” won the Region VII KCACTF Short Play award in February and
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