Wyoming Arts Council

Cowboy fest for kids at Old West Museum

The Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum will hold its 13th annual Kids’ Cowboy Festival on Saturday June 13, 10 am. to 2 p.m. This free event features western entertainment and western crafts including hide painting, branding, quilting, beading, and more. Children are encouraged to wear western attire and compete in the “Best Dressed Buckaroo”
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Call for artists: "Mother/mother" exhibit

A.I.R. Gallery, a nonprofit gallery space in Brooklyn, N.Y., advocating for women in the visual arts since 1972, invites artists working in all media to submit artwork to be considered for its fall 2009 exhibition “Mother/mother.” Curator Jennifer Wrobleski is seeking work (by women and men) made during a pregnancy or within five years of
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Call for artists: "Mother/mother" exhibit

A.I.R. Gallery, a nonprofit gallery space in Brooklyn, N.Y., advocating for women in the visual arts since 1972, invites artists working in all media to submit artwork to be considered for its fall 2009 exhibition “Mother/mother.” Curator Jennifer Wrobleski is seeking work (by women and men) made during a pregnancy or within five years of
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Yoga and poetry workshop in Barbados

“Poetry maven” Judyth Hill has served as a WAC creative writing fellowship judge and has conducted many poetry workshops in Wyoming. She and a colleague are conducting a yoga and poetry workshop in Barbados this summer. Although an island on the eastern fringe of the Caribbean is quite a jaunt for most of us in
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Celtic harpist Michael Riversong on the mend, plans June 26 concert in Cheyenne

Wyomingarts sends a “get well soon” message to Cheyenne musician and poet Michael Riversong who recently underwent emergency surgery in Fort Collins, Colo. Michael had his big toe and part of his foot amputated due to a severe infection. Here’s part of an e-mail message he sent yesterday: So far the healing thing seems to
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Richardson: "A Short History of American Art"

Wyoming Arts Council board chair Bruce Richardson will be presenting a program entitled “A Short History of American Art” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 11 (tonight) in the Laramie County Public Library’s Cottonwood Room, 2200 Pioneer Ave., Cheyenne. It’s described by the library as “a 90-minute journey through American art and history. This won’t
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Richardson: "A Short History of American Art"

Wyoming Arts Council board chair Bruce Richardson will be presenting a program entitled “A Short History of American Art” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 11 (tonight) in the Laramie County Public Library’s Cottonwood Room, 2200 Pioneer Ave., Cheyenne. It’s described by the library as “a 90-minute journey through American art and history. This won’t
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"Pint-size Picassos" at AVA June 25-26

"Pint-size Picassos" at AVA June 25-26

Hot peppers & tunes enliven Chili Cook-off

From the Cheyenne Depot Museum: Union Wireless Peppers on the Plaza, Cheyenne’s Chili Cook-Off will be held at the Cheyenne Depot on Saturday, June 13th and Sunday, June 14th. This will be the International Chili Society’s (ICS) Wyoming State Championship and the Chili Appreciate Society International’s (CASI) Cook-Off. The Cheyenne Chili Cook-Off will have 20
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