Wyoming Arts Council

Wyoming Bookfest will feature "Authors' Fair"

From a Wyoming State Library press release: The Wyoming State Library is looking for authors interested in participating in the Authors’ Fair for the 2009 Book Festival. The 2009 Wyoming Book Festival will be held at Lions Park in Cheyenne from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept, 19. The festival will have eight featured
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Sublette County likes WAC roster artists

The Pinedale Fine Arts Council has announced its fall 2009/winter 2010 schedule. On tap are two residencies by Wyoming Arts Council roster artists. Matt Daly (pictured at right) will travel from Jackson to conduct poetry and writing workshops at middle schools and high schools in Pinedale and Big Piney. Ceramist Steve Schrepferman will also conduct
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Details for 2009 Northwest Booking Conference

Here’s information for Wyoming arts organizations and performers interested in the annual Arts Northwest conference: The 29th Annual Northwest Booking Conference will be the largest gathering of artists, their management and presenters of the performing arts in the region. In 2009 hundreds of participants from the Northwest and well beyond will attend the conference in
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Ian Tyson performs at UW August 28

From a UW press release: Legendary singer-songwriter Ian Tyson brings his distinctive sound to the University of Wyoming for a concert Friday, Aug. 28. Tyson’s concert, sponsored by the UW College of Education, begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center concert hall. Tickets, $35 for adults and $25 for students and senior citizens,
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No alibis for missing Alibi Americana Festival

The Alibi Americana Festival will feature four bands and will take place at the Alibi Pub, 404 S. 4th St., Laramie, from 2-10 p.m., on Sunday, Aug. 16. Tickets are $12.The festival features these fine Americana bands, three of them from Wyoming: J Shogren & Friends, Centennial and Sweden, featured Friday on KUWR’s “Morning Music,”
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Jonny Lang, Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi headline Snowy Range Music Festival

"Breath & Language" artists’ talk Aug. 15

The Wyoming Arts Council’s Camellia El-Antably and Colorado artist (and one-time Wyomingite) Jennie Kiessling Michler will be discussing their work in connection with the “Breath and Language” exhibit on Saturday, August 15, 2 p.m., at Valhall Arts, 201 S. College Avenue, Plaza Level 2, Fort Collins, Colo. This is located in the basement of the
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"Breath & Language" artists' talk Aug. 15

The Wyoming Arts Council’s Camellia El-Antably and Colorado artist (and one-time Wyomingite) Jennie Kiessling Michler will be discussing their work in connection with the “Breath and Language” exhibit on Saturday, August 15, 2 p.m., at Valhall Arts, 201 S. College Avenue, Plaza Level 2, Fort Collins, Colo. This is located in the basement of the
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Plein Air events Aug. 15 in Cheyenne

Mike Beeman of Cheyenne and Patrice Walker of Santa Fe, N.M., are just two of the artists featured in Wyoming Plein Air events on Saturday, Aug. 15, in Cheyenne. The day kicks off with a “Quick Draw” from 8-10 a.m. at the Historic Cheyenne Depot, followed at 11 a.m. by a “Quick Draw Auction.” The
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"An Evening with Don DeLillo" in Jackson 9/29

The University of Wyoming, Teton County Library Foundation and Jackson Hole Writers Conference present a rare evening with Don DeLillo, the author of 14 critically-acclaimed novels, on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 7:30-8:30 p.m. DeLillo is the winner of the 1985 National Book Award for “White Noise,” and his novel “Underworld” was runner-up on the New York
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