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Casper Children’s Theatre wins awards at National Festival

This just in from our friends at Ravenscroft Public Relations:STUDENTS FROM CASPER CHILDREN’S THEATRE WIN TWO NATIONAL AWARDS AT THE 2010 JUNIOR THEATER FESTIVAL IN ATLANTA, GA., PRESENTED BY MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL (MTI) Photo by Doug McKay NEW YORK, January 18, 2010 – Students from Casper Children’s Theatre have earned another national honor by winning
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Casper Children's Theatre wins awards at National Festival

This just in from our friends at Ravenscroft Public Relations:STUDENTS FROM CASPER CHILDREN’S THEATRE WIN TWO NATIONAL AWARDS AT THE 2010 JUNIOR THEATER FESTIVAL IN ATLANTA, GA., PRESENTED BY MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL (MTI) Photo by Doug McKay NEW YORK, January 18, 2010 – Students from Casper Children’s Theatre have earned another national honor by winning
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Bozeman’s Werner Quartet performs at Wyoming Girls School in Sheridan

Casper Star-Tribune correspondent Judy Hagerott wrote this piece about the visit of the Werner Quartet to Sheridan’s Wyoming Girls School: SHERIDAN — The Werner Quartet of Bozeman, Mont., became a conduit of energy, inspiration and dedication to residents of the Wyoming Girls School on Friday night. The cello quartet is comprised of four Werner siblings:
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Bozeman's Werner Quartet performs at Wyoming Girls School in Sheridan

Casper Star-Tribune correspondent Judy Hagerott wrote this piece about the visit of the Werner Quartet to Sheridan’s Wyoming Girls School: SHERIDAN — The Werner Quartet of Bozeman, Mont., became a conduit of energy, inspiration and dedication to residents of the Wyoming Girls School on Friday night. The cello quartet is comprised of four Werner siblings:
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Kevin Holdsworth reading in Cheyenne

Kevin Holdsworth of Green River will be giving a reading and signing on January 26th in Cheyenne as part of the Cheyenne Depot Museum’s Downtown Entertainment Program.Holdsworth is the author of Big Wonderful: Notes from Wyoming (Colorado, 2006) and was awarded a 2009 Wyoming Arts Council Fellowship in Creative Writing-Fiction. He has been selected as
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Winter 2010 Artscapes newsletter at the printer

(click for larger image) The newsletter will be in the mail by end of January, but thought I’d give a preview here, and the PDF version can be seen on our homepage at http://www.wyomingartscouncil.org/. This issue features the 2009 Governor’s Arts Awards recipients, as well as the Blanchan/Doubleday winners and runners’-up, the Folk Arts Mentorships
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National Museum of Wildlife Art launches blog on the Huffington Post

News from the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson: Jim McNutt, President and CEO of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, is authoring a new blog on the acclaimed Huffington Post. The blog, called People + Art + Wildlife, is committed to enlisting public perception of wildlife art as a transformative tradition and will
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Call for entries: "Our Home Town" in Gillette

Call for entries: "Our Home Town" in Gillette

Arts world rallies for Haiti earthquake relief

From Cornelia Carey at Craft Emergency Relief Fund: Dear Friends, A new decade is upon us and it begins with the hard tragedy unfolding in Haiti. Our thoughts are with the victims and their families as well as those who are on the front lines of the relief efforts there. A number of you have
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