Wyoming Arts Council

Book tour shaping up for Mark Spragg’s new novel "Bone Fire"

Country Bookshelf, Bozeman, MTTuesday, April 20, 7:00pmFact and Fiction, Missoula, MTWednesday, April 21, 7:00pmAuntie’s Bookstore, Spokane, WAThursday, April 22, 7:00pmSheridan County Fulmer Library, Sheridan, WYMonday, April 26, 7:00pmWind City Books, Casper, WYBooksigning and receptionTuesday, April 27, 1:00pmNatrona County Public Library, Casper WY Tuesday, April 27, 6:30pmSecond Story Books, Laramie, WYWednesday, April 28, 7:00pmFremont County Library,
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Book tour shaping up for Mark Spragg's new novel "Bone Fire"

Country Bookshelf, Bozeman, MTTuesday, April 20, 7:00pmFact and Fiction, Missoula, MTWednesday, April 21, 7:00pmAuntie’s Bookstore, Spokane, WAThursday, April 22, 7:00pmSheridan County Fulmer Library, Sheridan, WYMonday, April 26, 7:00pmWind City Books, Casper, WYBooksigning and receptionTuesday, April 27, 1:00pmNatrona County Public Library, Casper WY Tuesday, April 27, 6:30pmSecond Story Books, Laramie, WYWednesday, April 28, 7:00pmFremont County Library,
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In memoriam: Anne Rognstad

Wyoming Arts Council Board Chair Bruce Richardson sends this sad news from Casper: “On a sad note, some of you know that long-time arts supporter Anne Rognstad died unexpectedly last Sunday night in her sleep. Anne was a key person in the Chamber Music Society, sustainer and planner for many humanities festivals, famous for in-house
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WAC roster panel to meet in Cheyenne Jan. 21

The Wyoming Arts Council will hold its annual artist roster selection panel on Thursday, Jan. 21, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., in the Arts Council Gallery, 2320 Capitol Ave., Cheyenne. The meeting is open to the public. Every year, the WAC invites applications for its roster. A panel of artists and arts professionals then convenes to review
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Wyoming State Museum Spring 2010 Lecture Series

Jan. 14—Military Sites in Wyoming, 1700-1920 by Dr. Mark Miller, WY State Archaeologist. Dr. Miller will provide a brief survey of sites that were used to prepare for or exectute armed warfare. Will cover current understanding of 6 different property types represented during this period. Feb. 11—Remembering Sunrise Mine and Its Community: Portrait of a
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NEA U.S./Japan Creative Arts Program deadline approaching

Deadline reminder from Jennifer Kareliusson at the NEA: The deadline for the U.S./Japan Creative Artists Program is fast approaching and I would greatly appreciate it if you would forward this funding opportunity to any and all professional creative artists on your email lists. Eligible applicants are architects, choreographers, composers, creative writers, designers, media artists, playwrights,
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"Gillette’s Got Talent" Jan. 16 at CAM-PLEX

From a press release:Here’s your chance to audition to SING ON STAGE in NEIL BERG’S 100 YEARS OF BROADWAY at the CAM-PLEX Heritage Center Theater in Gillette, Wyoming on Wednesday, January 27, 7 p.m.All contestants auditioning in “Gillette’s Got Talent- the Search for Gillette’s Broadway Stars” will perform on stage Saturday, January 16, at 7
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"Gillette's Got Talent" Jan. 16 at CAM-PLEX

From a press release:Here’s your chance to audition to SING ON STAGE in NEIL BERG’S 100 YEARS OF BROADWAY at the CAM-PLEX Heritage Center Theater in Gillette, Wyoming on Wednesday, January 27, 7 p.m.All contestants auditioning in “Gillette’s Got Talent- the Search for Gillette’s Broadway Stars” will perform on stage Saturday, January 16, at 7
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Call for entries: Platte River Photograph Show

Helga Bull, executive director of the Douglas Chamber of Commerce, sent out this letter that was forwarded to us by Douglas photographer Richard Olveda: I am forwarding this message for your information. There are no awards, but sales from the show are okay. Pricing is up to you. “Photography” includes digitally altered entries also. Hope
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Take 6 to headline Kinser Jazz Festival Feb. 9

A cappella powerhouse Take 6 are the winners of 10 GRAMMY Awards, 10 Dove Awards, one Soul Train Award and two NAACP Image Award nominations. The influential sextet – Mark Kibble, Claude V. McKnight III, Dr. Cedric Dent, David Thomas, Alvin Chea and Joey Kibble – headlines the 2010 Kinser Jazz Festival at Casper College.Their
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