Wyoming Arts Council

"Richard II" on tour across Wyoming

The Wyoming Shakespeare Company presents “The Life and Death of King Richard II” at the following venues around the state this summer: July 1 Lander City Park 6:00 pm July 3 Pinedale American Legion Park 6:00 pm July 8 Lander City Park 6:00 pm July 11 Cheyenne Botanic Garden 4:30 pm July 15 Lander City
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"Richard II" on tour across Wyoming

The Wyoming Shakespeare Company presents “The Life and Death of King Richard II” at the following venues around the state this summer: July 1 Lander City Park 6:00 pm July 3 Pinedale American Legion Park 6:00 pm July 8 Lander City Park 6:00 pm July 11 Cheyenne Botanic Garden 4:30 pm July 15 Lander City
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UW Art Museum offers free classes for children

Paint Pony Express allows students to discover the world of art Three weeks of free activities for students between the ages of 4 and 11 will be offered at the University of Wyoming Art Museum this July through the Paint Pony Express program. Paint Pony Express takes place Tuesday through Thursday, July 7-23. Children ages
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Cultural Trust Fund grants announced

Press release from Renee Bovee at the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund:As many as 34 Wyoming cultural and heritage projects and sponsoring organizations will benefit from more than $512,000 in grant awards from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund (WCTF).The grant awards, approved by the five-member Cultural Trust Fund board at a recent meeting in Cheyenne, came
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New exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Fort Collins

Breath & Language, an exhibit featuring Jennie Kiessling Michler and Camellia El-Antably, opens July 3 from 6-9 in Fort Collins at Valhall Arts, http://www.valhallarts.com/, on the Plaza Level of the Fort Collins MOCA (enter from the door on the northwest corner of the building). It features new artwork by both artists along with two collaborative
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United We Serve — the arts

This announcement comes from the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, or NASAA. The Wyoming Arts Council is a NASAA member: United We Serve is a nationwide service initiative that kicks off on June 22, 2009. Led by the White House and coordinated by the Corporation for National and Community Service, United We Serve asks
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New exhibits at UW Art Museum

Lia Cook (American, b. 1942), Face Maze: Tera, 2007, cotton, woven on Jacquard hand loom, doublecloth, 46 x 52 in, lent by the artist. Photo courtesy of the artist. Ralston Crawford (American, 1906 – 1978), First Ave #1, 1st State, 1954, lithograph, ed. #8/20, 15 x 22 in, Patricia R. Guthrie Special Exhibitions Gallery Endowment
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July 4th at Music in the Hole

Starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 4th, concertgoers can stake a claim for their favorite spot on Alpine Field, when the Jackson Hole Shootout Gang signals “Land Rush.” Armed with stakes, rope and lawn chairs, concertgoers stake out their favorite spot for the afternoon’s entertainment which begins at 3 p.m. Mark “Fish” Fishman returns
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1st Annual Lander Riverfest

The Lander Art Center and Art in the Afternoon have joined forces to bring you the 1st Annual Lander Riverfest. This event is scheduled for July 26, 2009 at City Park in Lander, Wyoming, starting at 10 a.m. and finishing at 10 p.m. Lander Riverfest will offer a full day of live music, local food
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Ovation TV for the arts community

From Board Chair Bruce Richardson: Hi All,All of you interested in the arts may know of Ovation TV. It uses a lot of user-generated content, has discussions of arts and tries to connect people active in the arts. If like what you see at their website you might let others know about this channel and
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