Wyoming Arts Council

Negro League's Mack Pride visits Casper as part of library's baseball exhibit

“Pride and Passion: The African-American Baseball Experience” will be at Natrona County Public Library in downtown Casper through Jan. 15. It’s open to the public during regular library hours. Mack Pride, one-time pitcher for the Kansas City Monarchs and Memphis Red Sox, came to Casper Thursday at the opening of the traveling exhibit which chronicles
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Native American Heritage Fest in Cheyenne

From a press release:The American Indian Heritage Day Celebration will honor and recognize the past and present contributors of the Northern Plains Tribes to the State of Wyoming through lecture, art crafts and performance. This free to the public one-day celebration will be from 10am to 6pm on Saturday, Nov. 14 in the lobby of
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Call for Nominations – Cheyenne Frontier Days Hall of Fame

The Cheyenne Frontier Days Hall of Fame showcases individuals, livestock and organizations whose distinctive contributions to Cheyenne Frontier Days have helped grow one man’s dream into “The Daddy of ’em All.” ®Whether contestants, contract personnel, entertainers, livestock, organizations, families or volunteers, those voted into the Cheyenne Frontier Days Hall of Fame represent the wonderful competitive
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15th annual OUT of the WOODS silent art auction

November 20th 6-8 p.m.Center for the Arts Theater Lobby265S. Cache Street, Jackson, WY This is one of Jackson’s best one night events. Join the Art Association for an evening filled with fabulous art, food and wine, all generously donated to benefit Art Association Programming. Do not miss the opportunity to ‘steal’ a masterpiece from the
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GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL’S STRINGFEST SHOWCASES LOCAL STUDENTS

10th Annual StringFest runs November 10-12, 2009 Jackson Hole, Wyoming – November 6, 2009 – By Thursday next week, the middle school orchestra students of Star Valley and Jackson Hole Middle Schools will be putting the final touches on their culminating concert of the 10th Annual StringFest, an education program of the Grand Teton Music
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Lots of "creative energy" at AVA Center

Great article in Sunday’s Casper Star-Tribune about the wide range of activities offered at the AVA Center in Gillette. The article, “Creative energy — AVA Center offers artistic outlet for everyone from toddlers to seniors,” was written by Star-Trib correspondent Kim Phagan-Hansel. The read the article, go to http://tinyurl.com/ydlgjht. To check out the AVA Center’s
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Lots of "creative energy" at AVA Center

Great article in Sunday’s Casper Star-Tribune about the wide range of activities offered at the AVA Center in Gillette. The article, “Creative energy — AVA Center offers artistic outlet for everyone from toddlers to seniors,” was written by Star-Trib correspondent Kim Phagan-Hansel. The read the article, go to http://tinyurl.com/ydlgjht. To check out the AVA Center’s
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Barry Lopez at Teton County Library Dec. 3

From the Teton County Public Library in Jackson: Meet the man named “the nation’s premiere nature writer” when the Teton County Library and Library Foundation present “Page to the Podium: Barry Lopez” on Thursday, December 3 at 6:30 p.m. at the Center Theater, Center for the Arts. Free tickets are required and can be picked
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Artists attend biennial opening reception

Four of the six artists featured in the Wyoming Arts Council’s Biennial Fellowship Exhibition at the State Museum attended the opening reception Nov. 5 in Cheyenne. Pictured (left to right) are Matt Flint, Lander; Leah Hardy, Laramie; Lawrence Argent, fellowship judge, Denver; Florence Alfano McEwin, Green River; and Ricki Klages, Laramie. (Not pictured: David Henderson,
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Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes perform in UW Union Ballroom Nov. 11

From a UW press release: New Orleans band Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes will perform a free concert Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 8 p.m. in the University of Wyoming Union ballroom in Laramie. Offbeat magazine selected the funk/rock style band’s debut album, “Bandicoot,” as the “2003 Best Rock Album by a Louisiana Artist.” Other
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