Wyoming Arts Council

Bear River State Park – Video Series

Bear River State Park has partnered with the Uinta County Library to preview the video series, “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea.” The six-video series, directed by Ken Burns and written and co-produced by Dayton Duncan, will be previewed on Tuesday September 22, at the Bear River Travel Information Center. The series will be shown
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UW: Theatre & Dance

The CrucibleBy Arthur Miller Directed by John O’Hagan September 29-October 4, 2009 Fine Arts Main Stage(Tuesday-Saturday 7:30p.m. Sunday Matinee 2:00p.m.)WINNER, 1953 Tony Award for Best PlayThis gripping drama is a timeless tale of fear, greed, and power written by one of the greatest American playwrights. Widely regarded as Arthur Miller’s response to the unseemly “House
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UW: Theatre & Dance

The CrucibleBy Arthur Miller Directed by John O’Hagan September 29-October 4, 2009 Fine Arts Main Stage(Tuesday-Saturday 7:30p.m. Sunday Matinee 2:00p.m.)WINNER, 1953 Tony Award for Best PlayThis gripping drama is a timeless tale of fear, greed, and power written by one of the greatest American playwrights. Widely regarded as Arthur Miller’s response to the unseemly “House
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Nammy-nominated Gary Small & the Coyote Brothers play this weekend in Jackson

Gary Small and the Coyote Brothers will be playing in concert on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 18-19, 8 p.m., at the Silver Dollar Bar in the Historic Wort Hotel in downtown Jackson. The three-person group of Northern Cheyenne musicians is from Sheridan. Their new CD, “I Don’t Play by the Rules,” was nominated for a
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Nammy-nominated Gary Small & the Coyote Brothers play this weekend in Jackson

Gary Small and the Coyote Brothers will be playing in concert on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 18-19, 8 p.m., at the Silver Dollar Bar in the Historic Wort Hotel in downtown Jackson. The three-person group of Northern Cheyenne musicians is from Sheridan. Their new CD, “I Don’t Play by the Rules,” was nominated for a
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Film Shoot Out in Cheyenne begins Oct. 23

From http://www.theshootoutcheyenne.com/: The Shoot Out Cheyenne asks its filmmakers to trust their courage, imagination and determination by making a 7-minute film in just 24 hours. The challenge and skill involved becomes evident with the list of required technical, material, and timing ‘rules’ for creating the films. Once again we will be offering pre-event workshops to
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Old West storyteller takes on both sides of law

From a story in the Billings Gazette: CODY – In the Old West, lawmen and outlaws were often inexorably linked in a strange, symbiotic relationship with the mention of one not really complete without the mention of the other. Storyteller Jim Garry talks about the two groups at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Buffalo Bill
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Reel Rock Film Tour Comes to UW

The fourth annual Reel Rock Film Tour comes to the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture auditorium Friday, Sept. 18, at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.Reel Rock is a 100-city tour featuring some of the world’s top climbing and adventure films while providing giveaways, excitement and support to non-profit
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2009 Literary Connection-Laramie County Community College Foundation Event

2009 Literary Connection We are excited to announce that the Literary Connection will be returning this Oct. 2-3, 2009. We are pleased to introduce our three guest authors for this year: Pam Houston, author of the best seller “Cowboys Are My Weakness”; Colorado native and Sky Bridge author Laura Pritchett; and East Coast author Bill
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Public Art Opportunities

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has issued two Calls to Artists for upcoming projects at Washington Dulles International Airport. The application deadline for both of these projects is October15, 2009.Call to Artists: International Arrivals Building–The Airports Authority is seeking artists who will create artwork for three permanent installations intended to welcome arriving international passengers to
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