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Cheyenne’s Jeff Tish and Dale Williams get "theatrical" with handcrafted wood furniture

Jeff Tish (left) and Dale Williams pose with some of their handcrafted furniture on the grounds of the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens. Jeff is best known for his technical theatre skills (he just won an honorable mention in the 2010 WAC performing arts fellowships) and Dale is best known for his stage roles with the Cheyenne Little
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Cheyenne's Jeff Tish and Dale Williams get "theatrical" with handcrafted wood furniture

Jeff Tish (left) and Dale Williams pose with some of their handcrafted furniture on the grounds of the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens. Jeff is best known for his technical theatre skills (he just won an honorable mention in the 2010 WAC performing arts fellowships) and Dale is best known for his stage roles with the Cheyenne Little
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The Elders headline events for the 2010 Cheyenne Celtic Musical Arts Festival

This weekend — June 25-27 — is the fifth year for the Cheyenne Celtic Musical Arts Festival on the downtown Depot Plaza. Organizers say that “every year this festival gets a little bigger — and I think it gets even better!” Events are free. The Elders from Kansas City will be headliners on Friday, June
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START Bus to shuttle fans from Jackson to "Music on Main" in Victor — first concert features Jackson bands

JH Underground reported this on June 16: The START Bus will shuttle people back and forth over the pass during the “Music on Main” concert series that kicks off July 15. The special START service will offer two pick-up times for concert goers coming from Jackson. The ride from Jackson to Victor, where “Music on
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START Bus to shuttle fans from Jackson to "Music on Main" in Victor — first concert features Jackson bands

JH Underground reported this on June 16: The START Bus will shuttle people back and forth over the pass during the “Music on Main” concert series that kicks off July 15. The special START service will offer two pick-up times for concert goers coming from Jackson. The ride from Jackson to Victor, where “Music on
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2010 performing arts fellowships announced

Larry Hazlett of Laramie and Carrie Noel Richer and Babs Case, both of Jackson, have been named the winners of the 2010 Wyoming Arts Council performing arts fellowships. They each will receive a $3,000 prize. An honorable mention was given to Jeffrey Tish, a scenic and lighting designer from Cheyenne. This year’s awards honor the
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New Yorkers plink on public pianos

Carolyn Enger, from Englewood, N.J., plays a piano in Brooklyn Bridge Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York, Monday. The piano, one of 60, is part of an art installation touring the world that makes its first U.S. stop in New York. The concept has put more than 130 pianos in parks, squares and
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Call for entries: U of Nebraska public art project

From a UNL press release: The University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the Nebraska Arts Council are pleased to announce the UNL Physics II Direct Purchase Project. Artists working in black and white photography who reside in Nebraska and its border states of Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota and Wyoming are eligible for this project. This
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Public art project uses beetle kill trees

The June 10 edition of Vail (Colo.) Daily (via WyoFile) includes a story about a public art project by Wyoming artists Ben Roth and Brad Watsabaugh using pine beetle kill trees. It’s also an environmental friendly project. The article was written by Caramie Schnell. Here’s an excerpt: It might look a little like lightning struck
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