Wyoming Arts Council

Music & books highlight Centennial event

The Centennial Library and Cultural Association is going to whoop it up Aug. 21-22. Here are the details: Aug. 21: An Evening with Craig Johnson, mystery writer from Ucross and author of Another Man’s Moccasins, 7 p.m. at the Centennial Library. Free to CLCA members; $10 for others. Aug. 22: Centennial Celebrates Cowboy Culture at
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Music & books highlight Centennial event

The Centennial Library and Cultural Association is going to whoop it up Aug. 21-22. Here are the details: Aug. 21: An Evening with Craig Johnson, mystery writer from Ucross and author of Another Man’s Moccasins, 7 p.m. at the Centennial Library. Free to CLCA members; $10 for others. Aug. 22: Centennial Celebrates Cowboy Culture at
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Judith Weikle on stage in Jackson July 17

Judith Weikle and Liz McCorquodale will perform together at the Jackson Hole Art Fair in Jackson’s Miller Park on Friday, July 17, 5-6 p.m. Free and open to the public. Weikle, a Celtic musician and folk singer, is new to the Wyoming Arts Council roster. If you would like to bring her to your community
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Chamber mixes it up with art at AVA

Opera Colorado finds new fans in Wyoming

Opera Colorado’s Spotlight newsletter featured an article, “Wyoming Welcomes Opera Colorado Artists,” in its latest issue: On May 16, Opera Colorado broke new ground with a program at the Governor’s Residence in Cheyenne, Wyoming, sponsored by Pinnacle Bank and Chris and Joy Dinsdale. More than 100 area residents — some from as far away as
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New arts building topic of UW trustees’ meeting

When wyomingarts was in Laramie on Monday, University of Wyoming art department faculty members said they were excited about the proposed new arts building for the campus. It will house faculty offices, studios/classrooms and a spacious gallery, among other things. Proposed site for the new building is adjacent to the UW Art Museum. This set-up
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New arts building topic of UW trustees' meeting

When wyomingarts was in Laramie on Monday, University of Wyoming art department faculty members said they were excited about the proposed new arts building for the campus. It will house faculty offices, studios/classrooms and a spacious gallery, among other things. Proposed site for the new building is adjacent to the UW Art Museum. This set-up
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King Coal Days in Hanna July 31-Aug. 2

King Coal Days 2009 in the historic mining town of Hanna will features concerts, talent show, parade, horseshoe and poker tournaments and lots of food. All events held at the Hanna Rec Center. On Friday, July 31, 8 p.m., T-Band will perform in concert. On Saturday, Aug. 1, Trucker’s Daughter will play for a street
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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, Micky
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