Wyoming Arts Council

UW Vertical Dance returns to Vedauwoo

From a UW press release: The University of Wyoming’s 2009 Snowy Range Summer Theatre and Dance Festival concludes Aug. 22-23 with three vertical dance performances at Vedauwoo. In addition to watching dancers twist and turn from ropes dangling from Vedauwoo’s rock formations, the audience will listen to a musical story of the history of the
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World premiere of Stephen Paulus concerto Aug. 14-15 at Grand Teton Music Festival

From a Grand Teton Music Festival press release:Grand Teton Music Festival steps onto the world’s musical stage this week with the unveiling of a brand-new musical work commissioned by — and written for — the Festival by Minnesota-based American composer Stephen Paulus.This world premiere features longtime Festival friend and cellist Lynn Harrell alongside the Festival
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Photo class holds opening reception tonight

The students in the Youth Alternatives/Special Friends photography class will be featured in an art show opening reception on Monday, Aug. 10, 6:30 p.m., in the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum’s youth room. The museum is located in Cheyenne’s Frontier Park. The event includes light refreshments, an awards presentation and a special presentation.FMI: Karen
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Summer tunes during "NIC at Noon"

Once and For All performs during today’s “NIC at Noon” concert at the Nicolaysen Arts Museum & Discovery Center in Casper. For more photos, and details about other events, follow the NIC on Facebook.

Summer tunes during "NIC at Noon"

Once and For All performs during today’s “NIC at Noon” concert at the Nicolaysen Arts Museum & Discovery Center in Casper. For more photos, and details about other events, follow the NIC on Facebook.

Buckcherry in concert Aug. 8 in Cheyenne w/update

Order tickets at https://www.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?m=65fff3975783bb391da665483370152a&t=tix UPDATE: This press release arrived via e-mail on Saturday morning while we weren’t in the office: Saturday August 8th 2009 9:35am.: Due to artist illness the Buckcherry Concert scheduled at the Taco John’s Events Center has been postponed to an as yet undetermined date in September 2009. Updates will follow as
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U.S. Senate confirms new NEA Chairman

From a National Endowment for the Arts press release: Rocco Landesman, nominated by President Barack Obama as the tenth chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, was confirmed today by the U.S. Senate. Upon his confirmation Mr. Landesman said: “I am honored to receive the Senate’s vote of confirmation. I look forward to serving
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Michael Haynes conducts BBHC sessions

Buffalo Bill Historical Center Artist-in-Residence Michael Haynes will conduct demonstrations near the current exhibition of his work in the Special Exhibitions Gallery Aug. 11-14, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The exhibit is “To the Western Ocean: Paintings Depicting Members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition — The Artwork of Michael Haynes.” It will be on display through
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Gene Gagliano: "V is for Venus Flytrap"

Author and gardener Gene Gagliano (shown above) writes from Buffalo to tell us about his new non-fiction children’s book (“really for all ages”), “V is for Venus Flytrap, a Plant Alphabet.” The book was just released by Sleeping Bear Press (ISBN 13:978-1-58536-350-6). Here Gene is shown is his flourishing garden. Says Gene: “The gardens did
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Gene Gagliano: "V is for Venus Flytrap"

Author and gardener Gene Gagliano (shown above) writes from Buffalo to tell us about his new non-fiction children’s book (“really for all ages”), “V is for Venus Flytrap, a Plant Alphabet.” The book was just released by Sleeping Bear Press (ISBN 13:978-1-58536-350-6). Here Gene is shown is his flourishing garden. Says Gene: “The gardens did
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