Wyoming Arts Council

"PostSecret" Creator to Speak at UW

Frank Warren, founder of the popular community mail art project, “PostSecret,” will speak at the University of Wyoming Arts and Sciences auditorium Wednesday, Sept. 23, at 8 p.m. Tickets are available for $3 at the Wyoming Union information desk and the Fine Arts Center box office. They also are available by phone at (307) 766-6666
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"PostSecret" Creator to Speak at UW

Frank Warren, founder of the popular community mail art project, “PostSecret,” will speak at the University of Wyoming Arts and Sciences auditorium Wednesday, Sept. 23, at 8 p.m. Tickets are available for $3 at the Wyoming Union information desk and the Fine Arts Center box office. They also are available by phone at (307) 766-6666
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Wyoming arts Alliance convenes in Laramie, November 1-3, 2009

University of Wyoming Fine Arts will host the 27th annual Wyoming Arts Alliance Annual Block Booking Conference in Laramie, November 1-3.Conference registration begins at 1:00p.m. Sunday, November 1 in the Fine Arts Building. Conference activities include informational workshops, performing arts showcases and block booking session, using technology in this fast paced world, peer networking and
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Cody High Style: Designing the West

Buffalo Bill Historical Center720 Sheridan Ave Cody, WY 82414307-587-4771 SEPTEMBER 21,229 a.m. – 3 p.m.Two-day workshop: Molesworth-style keyhole chair, John GallisNorseman Designs West, 3532 Cottonwood Avenue.SEPTEMBER 22All-day workshop: Traditional beading techniques, Lynda Covert and LoRheda FrySEPTEMBER 238a.m. – 5 p.m.CODY HIGH STYLE EXHIBITION (until Sept 26)– Buffalo Bill Historical Center Special Exhibition Gallery. Featuring more
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Casper Chamber Music Society

All concerts will be held at : Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church, 4600 S Poplar Tickets are available at the door Single Concert: Adults $8.00/Seniors $6.00/Students $2.00Season tickets: Adults $50.00/Seniors $35.00/Student $12.00 September 27, 2009, 4:00 PM *Izaak Walton Grounds & ClubhouseOktoberfest, with Rainer Schwarzkopf Adults $10.00/Seniors $7.00/Students $4.00/12&Under FreeAdmission included with Season Pass
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Join Anthony Sacco and other writers Saturday at Wyoming Book Festival

A number of poets and writers from Wyoming will have book tables at the Wyoming Book Festival on Saturday, Sept. 19. One of them is Pine Bluffs writer Anthony Sacco, who sends this: This coming Saturday morning (9/19/09), I’ll be at at Wyoming Book Festival in Lions Park in Cheyenne discussing my three books: Little
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Potters’ Depot

Sign up now for Pottery Classes Fall 2009Beginning Ceramics – Hand building and introduction to wheel throwing:Wednesday mornings 11: am – 2: pm starting September 30, 2009Wednesday evenings 6: pm – 9: pm starting September 30, 2009Thursday evenings 6: pm – 9: pm starting October 1, 2009Intermediate Wheel Throwing – focus on improving wheel throwing
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Potters' Depot

Sign up now for Pottery Classes Fall 2009Beginning Ceramics – Hand building and introduction to wheel throwing:Wednesday mornings 11: am – 2: pm starting September 30, 2009Wednesday evenings 6: pm – 9: pm starting September 30, 2009Thursday evenings 6: pm – 9: pm starting October 1, 2009Intermediate Wheel Throwing – focus on improving wheel throwing
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Call for entries: "Landscape Interrupted"

From a press release: Call for entries for “Landscape Interrupted: A Photographic Exhibition of the Influenced Landscape.” “Landscape Interrupted” seeks to exhibit photographic artwork depicting the influence that humans have within the landscape. Entries should focus on the interaction and change and takes place when humans correspond with our natural world. Landscape Interrupted is a
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Call for entries: "Landscape Interrupted"

From a press release: Call for entries for “Landscape Interrupted: A Photographic Exhibition of the Influenced Landscape.” “Landscape Interrupted” seeks to exhibit photographic artwork depicting the influence that humans have within the landscape. Entries should focus on the interaction and change and takes place when humans correspond with our natural world. Landscape Interrupted is a
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