Wyoming Arts Council

Montana touring company brings ‘Romeo and Juliet’ to region’s rural schools

CODY – Thousands of Wyoming students this month will see a play that features bloody murder, drug use, forbidden teen romance and other themes that some parents have long denounced in popular culture as corrupting America’s youth.The play’s author, William Shakespeare, was not available for comment. But the actors bringing “Romeo and Juliet” to 15,000
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Reading by Thomas King

UW MFA Series Brings Celebrated Native American Writer Thomas King to Laramie. The University of Wyoming’s MFA Visiting Writers Series will present a reading by the novelist and short story writer Thomas King on October 12th. Called a “fresh, inventive, funny, and vastly entertaining” writer by Publishers Weekly, King will read from his work beginning
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Eco Ornaments for Eco Art Tree

Calling all artists! I would like to see art enter the Eco era and to that effect, my eco-store, Earth Friendly Options, would like to invite you to decorate the store Christmas/Holiday tree this year. I am asking each interested Wyoming artist to make one or two ornaments (Christmas, Winter Solstice, etc.) in YOUR artistic
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Our world, microsized

For a look at some of the images from Nikon’s Small World photomicrography competition published by Newsweek online, and the article about this process, go to http://www.newsweek.com/id/216767

"Humanities Matter" conference in October

Travel stipends are being offered by the Humanities Council for the conference Humanities Matter! to take place in Riverton, October 23 and 24. http://wyominghumanitiescouncil.org/blog/?p=713 Clicking on either address takes you to more information and links to registering.

"Humanities Matter" conference in October

Travel stipends are being offered by the Humanities Council for the conference Humanities Matter! to take place in Riverton, October 23 and 24. http://wyominghumanitiescouncil.org/blog/?p=713 Clicking on either address takes you to more information and links to registering.

Laramie Dance Center – Classes

Class DescriptionsTeachers are the only qualified people who can accurately determine what level you/your child can be placed. Age and years of experience factor into what classes you/your child are placed, but that is only a part of the guideline. Maturity, respect for self and others, and the ability to learn at a rapid rate
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Pamela Nowak’s second novel, "Choices" Signing Events

Choices is a historical romance about a rebellious officer’s daughter and a rugged enlisted man who must make difficult choices as they shape their own destiny. October 8, 2009, 6:00 pm Barnes and Noble (Cheyenne, WY): Choices Launch Party and Signing October 15, 2009, 6:30 pm: Barnes and Noble (Southlands Mall, Aurora, CO): Denver Area
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Pamela Nowak's second novel, "Choices" Signing Events

Choices is a historical romance about a rebellious officer’s daughter and a rugged enlisted man who must make difficult choices as they shape their own destiny. October 8, 2009, 6:00 pm Barnes and Noble (Cheyenne, WY): Choices Launch Party and Signing October 15, 2009, 6:30 pm: Barnes and Noble (Southlands Mall, Aurora, CO): Denver Area
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Clay Paper Scissors Fall Classes

Exhibits: Our current show is called Wyoming Views and features four Laramie artists: Wendy Bredehoft, Susan Moldenhauer, Joe Arnold and Linda Lillegraven. This exhibit offers four diverse views of Wyoming through oil, pastel and photography. Susan Moldenhauer offers airy black and white photographs of the clouds and skies which contrast with Joe Arnold’s detailed high-altitude
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