Wyoming Arts Council

"Quilters" opens July 17 at BBHC in Cody

Saturday, July 17, is opening night for “Quilters,” the award-winning play by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek that tells the stories of pioneer women in the American West. Curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. in the Coe Auditorium at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody. Tickets are $20. Directed by Lynne Simpson and presented through
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"Quilters" opens July 17 at BBHC in Cody

Saturday, July 17, is opening night for “Quilters,” the award-winning play by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek that tells the stories of pioneer women in the American West. Curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. in the Coe Auditorium at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody. Tickets are $20. Directed by Lynne Simpson and presented through
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Rojos Calientes performs at NIC’s Wednesday Night Live

What do you get when you cross bluegrass with Latin rhythms? Why Latingrass, of course. With influences bridging both sides of the equator, Rojos Calientes an exciting new sound to Wednesday Night Live outdoors at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper on July 14. The free show begins at 5:30 p.m. and goes until 7:30. Listen
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Rojos Calientes performs at NIC's Wednesday Night Live

What do you get when you cross bluegrass with Latin rhythms? Why Latingrass, of course. With influences bridging both sides of the equator, Rojos Calientes an exciting new sound to Wednesday Night Live outdoors at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper on July 14. The free show begins at 5:30 p.m. and goes until 7:30. Listen
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"CFD: From Roughneck Show to Pro Rodeo" exhibit at Wyoming State Museum

The Wyoming State Museum celebrates The Daddy of ‘em All with a temporary exhibit, “From Roughneck Show to Pro Rodeo: Cheyenne Frontier Days,” July 16 through August 28. The exhibit, through the collaborative efforts of the State Museum and State Archives, features 50 historical photographic images and posters depicting various activities of past Cheyenne Frontier
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"CFD: From Roughneck Show to Pro Rodeo" exhibit at Wyoming State Museum

The Wyoming State Museum celebrates The Daddy of ‘em All with a temporary exhibit, “From Roughneck Show to Pro Rodeo: Cheyenne Frontier Days,” July 16 through August 28. The exhibit, through the collaborative efforts of the State Museum and State Archives, features 50 historical photographic images and posters depicting various activities of past Cheyenne Frontier
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Vertical Orchestra performs via chairlift July 25

This comes from Bland Hoke, Public Art Ambasador for the Center of Wonder in Jackson: Vertical Orchestra will transform the Teewinot chairlift at Teton Village into a collaborative instrument on Sunday, July 25. Musicians will ride the chairlift, playing music with each other as the lift slowly mixes the sounds of individual instruments into an auditory
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Timothy David Mayhew on "The History & Techniques of Old Master Drawing Masterials" at Wildlife Art Museum

The National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson presents “Art Alive: The History & Techniques of Old Master Drawing Materials,” on Wednesday, July 14, 12:05 p.m. Free for members or with museum admission. Join Lanford Monroe Memorial Artist-in-Residence Timothy David Mayhew for an in-depth look at traditional drawing media that were used and perfected in
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Timothy David Mayhew on "The History & Techniques of Old Master Drawing Masterials" at Wildlife Art Museum

The National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson presents “Art Alive: The History & Techniques of Old Master Drawing Materials,” on Wednesday, July 14, 12:05 p.m. Free for members or with museum admission. Join Lanford Monroe Memorial Artist-in-Residence Timothy David Mayhew for an in-depth look at traditional drawing media that were used and perfected in
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American Life in Poetry: Column 277

Apropos to the baby boomer generation, here’s a poem about the healing of a heart after heart surgery. From Ted Kooser, U.S. Poet Laureate 2004-2006Here’s hoping that very few of our readers have to go through cardiac rehab, which Thomas Reiter of New Jersey captures in this poem, but if they do, here’s hoping that they
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