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What’s happening on the Jackson arts scene?

Brigid Mander explores the local arts scene in the July 22 Planet Jackson Hole and finds some good stuff happening. Go to http://www.planetjh.com/news/A_105243.aspx

What's happening on the Jackson arts scene?

Brigid Mander explores the local arts scene in the July 22 Planet Jackson Hole and finds some good stuff happening. Go to http://www.planetjh.com/news/A_105243.aspx

UW Joins National Day of the Cowboy observance

The University of Wyoming will commemorate the National Day of the Cowboy Saturday, July 25. Sponsored in the U.S. Senate by Wyoming’s late U.S. Senator, Craig Thomas, the National Day of the Cowboy is a day the Senate sets aside for Americans to celebrate the contribution of the Cowboy and Cowgirl to America’s culture and
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Peter Pan on the Casper College stage

Click on image for larger view On my trip to Casper last week, I was able to get to the Saturday performance of Casper College’s production of Peter Pan in the recently flooded Gertrude Krampert Theatre. There was no visible evidence of that circumstance, but the performance began a few minutes late due to some
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Call for entries from Lander Art Center

The Lander Art Center is currently accepting entries for a fall exhibition, Transformation: Found Materials and Contemporary Works of Art.The exhibition will include local, regional and national artists whose ingenious and unique approach to found materials forces the viewer to look beyond their current frame of reference. Through the artistic process of alteration, the found
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Cheyenne Frontier Days

Coming to work this morning, I thought I’d get here early to beat the parade entries that begin to line up on the street just north of the Arts Council’s office, and get a parking place in the garage. At 7:30 this morning, there weren’t many assembled, but the 24-count packs of bottled water were
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Cave exploration at Sinks Canyon State Park

Have you ever dreamed of exploring the depths of a real cave? Traveling underground where you would find a cool, winding underground spring? Through the Wyoming Kids Xtreme program, developed by the Wyoming Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails, kids will get the chance to participate in real cave exploration at Sinks Canyon
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American Life in Poetry

By Ted Kooser, U.S. Poet Laureate, 2004-2006Elizabeth Bishop, one of our greatest American poets, once wrote a long poem in which the sudden appearance of a moose on a highway creates a community among a group of strangers on a bus. Here Ronald Wallace, a Wisconsin poet, gives us a sighting with similar results. SustenanceAustralia.
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UW Art Museum hosts Summer Teacher Art Institute

The University of Wyoming Art Museum and the UW Fine Arts Outreach department are hosting Transforming Learning: The 2009 Summer Teacher Institute, July 26 – 31.This Institute is a concentrated week-long workshop for teachers that uses original art work as the inspiration to find answers to questions like: how can art help us explore new
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