Wyoming Arts Council

Discover "East of Yellowstone" with geologist and author Bob Carson

Geologist and professor Robert J. Carson has just written a new guidebook for northwest Wyoming titled East of Yellowstone. Recently published, the book covers geology of the Clarks Fork Valley, the nearby Beartooth Mountains and Absaroka Mountains, and the Bighorn Basin of Wyoming and Montana-all areas outside the eastern border of Yellowstone National Park. On
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Discover "East of Yellowstone" with geologist and author Bob Carson

Geologist and professor Robert J. Carson has just written a new guidebook for northwest Wyoming titled East of Yellowstone. Recently published, the book covers geology of the Clarks Fork Valley, the nearby Beartooth Mountains and Absaroka Mountains, and the Bighorn Basin of Wyoming and Montana-all areas outside the eastern border of Yellowstone National Park. On
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May 20 final day for WWInc early bird rates

Thursday, May 20, is the final day to register for the 2010 Wyoming Writers, Inc., conference with early bird rates. The conference will be held June 4-6 in Cody. The early bird rate is $155 per person for members and $170 for non-members. After May 20, that rate goes up to $175 and $200, respectively.
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Spring into the Arts Festival in Cheyenne

Summer exhibits at Phoenix Gallery

The Phoenix Gallery, 11 Oak Ave. in Centennial, will feature the following exhibits through September:May 28-June 20: “The Partnership: Wearable Woven Art with Their Photographic Inspirations,” by Jeny and Mike Stoesz. Artists’ reception is on Friday, May 28, 5-7 p.m.June 25-July 25: “Bright Futures,” a diverse collection of Laramie’s NorthernFront artists. Champagne reception on Friday,
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Festival Orchestra holds open auditions May 22 for vocalist

Grand Teton Music Festival announced today an open audition to choose a vocal soloist to sing the national anthem with the Festival Orchestra at the Festival’s annual outdoor 4th of July community concert, Music In The Hole. All community members with a talent for singing are invited to audition. Open Auditions will be held Saturday,
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Free public arts reception May 20 in Wheatland

Meet members of the Wyoming Arts Councill board and staff at a free reception for the Wheatland community on Thursday, May 20, from 5:30-7 p.m. at Linda and Joe Fabian’s Dance Wyoming studio, 861 Gilchrist in downtown Wheatland. The reception is being held in conjunction with the Arts Council’s May 20-21 quarterly board meeting at
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May/June events for Screen Door Porch

05.19.10 . Fort Collins, CO . KRFC Live @ LunchListen live online at krfcfm.org12:00 pm . Note: On-Air Performance——————————————————————————–05.20.10 . Laramie, WY . Wyoming Public RadioListen live online at wyomingpublicradio.net11:00 am . Note: On-Air Performance——————————————————————————–05.20.10 . Laramie, WY . Coal Creek Coffeehouse8:00 pm . Ages: All Ages . Tickets: Free——————————————————————————–06.11.10 . Moose, WY . Dornan’sCD
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Call for entries: Targhee Bluegrass Festival Poster Contest

The 23rd annual Targhee Bluegrass Festival announces a poster contest. Enter by June 15, 2010. Winner will be announced June 16, 2010. Loot:Four weekend passes to 23rd Annual Targhee Bluegrass FestivalTwo VIP/Backstage passes for the 23rd Annual Targhee Bluegrass FestivalLodging August 13-15 in a Teton Creek CondominiumFramed poster signed by all artists at 23rd Annual
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WCH announces two new "Reading Wyoming" book discussion series

This comes from the latest edition of the Wyoming Humanities Council e-letter: The Wyoming Humanities Council is pleased to announce two new Reading Wyoming book discussion series. The first series, “Figureheads,” consists of novels dealing with politics. Books include All the King’s Men, by Robert Penn Warren; The Gay Place, by Billy Lee Brammer; Roscoe,
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