Wyoming Arts Council

Stage III presents "The Queen of Bingo"

Stage III Community Theatre in Casper sends this news: Our final show for this season, “The Queen of Bingo,” will be a very fun, interactive show, where the audience gets to play bingo too! Two sisters, Babe and Sis, meet each week at the St. Joe’s Bingo hall and dish about love, weight , and
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Stage III presents "The Queen of Bingo"

Stage III Community Theatre in Casper sends this news: Our final show for this season, “The Queen of Bingo,” will be a very fun, interactive show, where the audience gets to play bingo too! Two sisters, Babe and Sis, meet each week at the St. Joe’s Bingo hall and dish about love, weight , and
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AVA Community Art Center summer classes

Summer Classes at AVA Community Art Center, 509 W. Second St., Gillette:Beginning Porcelain with Mindy Waite June 2, 4, 9, 11 6:00—9:00 pmWheel Throwing Porcelain instruction. $100 plus $20.00 supplies. Art and Leadership Program 11-13 year-old at risk youth, learning leadership skills through art, motivation and self exploration, along with self esteem building exercises. Visiting
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Cheyenne City Band holding auditions May 28

The Cheyenne City Band is looking for musicians. The band is holding auditions on Thursday, May 28, 7 p.m., at the Laramie County School District No. 1 Administration Auditorium, 2810 House Ave., Cheyenne. FMI: Sean Ambrose at 307-771-2105 or ambroses@laramie1.org

S.E. Wyo. artists invited to sign up for "20:20"

Staffers at the University of Wyoming Art Museum in Laramie have sent out invitations to the museum’s “20:20” event set for Monday, June 1, 6-8 p.m. A relatively new program at the Art Museum, 20:20 is an event that allows artists, arts organizations and educators to share information about what they’ve been doing in a
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S.E. Wyo. artists invited to sign up for "20:20"

Staffers at the University of Wyoming Art Museum in Laramie have sent out invitations to the museum’s “20:20” event set for Monday, June 1, 6-8 p.m. A relatively new program at the Art Museum, 20:20 is an event that allows artists, arts organizations and educators to share information about what they’ve been doing in a
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Clay Paper Scissors holds sneak preview 5/25

My WAC colleague Camellia El-Antably sends this invitation: You are all invited to the Sneak Preview opening of Clay Paper Scissors Gallery & Studio! We will have a Sneak Preview show of work by the studio artists: Laura Skoglund, Jon Gilbert Beach Dawson, Abi Peytoe Gbayee, Mark Vinich, Mary Keane and Camellia El-Antably. The opening
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Summer Classics Institute at UW June 7-11

From a UW press release: The fascinating world of Socrates and late 5th century B.C. will be featured during the 10th annual Summer Classics Institute, June 7-11 at the University of Wyoming. The free lecture series is supported by the Wyoming Humanities Council, which serves as a catalyst for Wyoming’s collective imagination by bringing ideas
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Star-Trib article offers summer photo tips

Casper Star-Tribune staff writer Margaret Matray interviewed four accomplished Wyoming photographers for tips on taking outdoor photos this summer. The photographers are: Henry H. Holdsworth, whose newest book, Moose of Yellowstone and the Tetons, will be out this summer. Graig Marrs, who has worked out of Cheyenne for 30 years. Steven G. Smith’s work regularly
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Big West Arts Festival Aug. 1-2 in Sheridan

The Big West Arts Festival celebrates its fourth year Aug. 1-2 on the front lawn of the Sheridan College campus in Sheridan. This year’s performers include Bob Wyatt, Two Steps Forward, Ethan Chartier Band, Dan Lindley & Neil Brieco, Doug Andrews, Teka Brock Band, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros., Powder River Boys, Jalan Crossland,
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