Wyoming Arts Council

Humanities Matter!

The Wyoming Humanities Council is pleased to announce the Humanities Matter! conference, which will take place October 23-24 at Central Wyoming College in Riverton.The Wyoming Humanities Council’s Humanities Matter! conference will bring together representatives of community organizations, museum and library personnel, interested community members, and humanities faculty from across Wyoming to explore how to work
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Literary Connection Between Readers and Writers

Presented by Laramie County Community College Foundation LCCC Health Science Building Room111/113Friday, October 2 2009, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.Writer’s WorkshopFeaturing Pam Houston, Laura Pritchett and Bill RoorbachContinental breakfast will be provided.Free. Space is limited, pre-registration is required. Saturday, October 3, 2009, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.An Afternoon with Three Best-Selling Authors:Pam Houston, Laura Pritchett and Bill
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Unleashing the Power of the Creative Community

presented by Laramie County Community College, First Interstate Bank and Progress and Prosperity Community Conversation Series To enable Cheyenne to truly take advantage of both creative and critical thinking, it is critical that we begin an inclusive community conversation that explores how those in the worlds of business and high-tech industry and those in the
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"Thresholds" — 23rd Annual Literary Conference

October 8-10presented by Casper College and ARTCOREAttend three enriching days of writing workshops and free public talks on poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, as well as readings by recipients of the 2009 Wyoming Arts Council Poetry Fellowships. Featured PresentersAll talks are free and open to the public.William Powers, Author of Blue Clay People: Seasons on Africa’s
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"Thresholds" — 23rd Annual Literary Conference

October 8-10presented by Casper College and ARTCOREAttend three enriching days of writing workshops and free public talks on poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, as well as readings by recipients of the 2009 Wyoming Arts Council Poetry Fellowships. Featured PresentersAll talks are free and open to the public.William Powers, Author of Blue Clay People: Seasons on Africa’s
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A literary gem–Don DeLillo

We students in UW’s MFA creative writing program were treated to lunch with Don DeLillo today. A quiet speaking man who looks with intensity, he gave us some insight into his writing. Asked who his influences were when he began writing, he said the literary force at the time was Norman Mailer, who he read
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Sheridan writers read Oct. 15 at Senior Center

Sheridan area writers will be presenting their work at a free reading on Thursday, October 15, 12:30 p.m., at the Sheridan Senior Center, 211 Smith St.Participating writers: Aaron Holst, Abbie Taylor, Chris Valentine, Rose Hill, Treva Lannan, Bruce Anderson, Duane Portwood, Terry McNutt and Joan Puma Bennet.FMI: 307-672-2240

WYOMING VIEWS – Clay Paper Scissors Gallery and Studio

1506 Thomes Ave., Suite B, Cheyenne307-631-6039 Joe Arnold (oils)Wendy Bredehoft (pastels)Linda Lillegraven (oils)Susan Moldenhauer (photography) Artist Reception, Friday, Nov 6, 6-8 p.m.Wyoming Arts Summit Reception, Thursday, Sept. 24, 8-9:30 p.m.Gallery hours beginning October 1, Thursdays 4-7

University of Wyoming Art Museum

Kwang-Young Chun: Aggregations, new work Sept. 12 – Dec. 23, 2009Kwang-Young Chun (Korean, b. 1944) makes intricate sculpture out of the recycled pages of old Korean books and medicine wrappers printed on mulberry paper. He wraps the handmade paper—inscribed with Korean characters— around thousands of Styrofoam tetrahedrons and other geometric forms that serve as the
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Harp and Flute Concert

A free harp and flute concert titled, “Musical Conversation between Friends,” will be held at the Historic Governors’ Mansion Sunday at 3 p.m. The performance, presented by members of the Cheyenne Chamber Players, is free to the public, however, space is limited. Please call 777-7878 to reserve a seat. The Historic Governors’ Mansion is located
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