Wyoming Arts Council

Cheyenne Artists’ Guild announces art show winners

The Cheyenne Artists’ Guild has announced the results of its 40th National Juried Art Show and Sale. Liliane Francuz of Fort Collins, Colo., served as the juror for the competition. She announced the winners at the reception on Sunday, August 15. There was one winner in each category, one honorable mention and a best of show award given, along
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Cheyenne Artists' Guild announces art show winners

The Cheyenne Artists’ Guild has announced the results of its 40th National Juried Art Show and Sale. Liliane Francuz of Fort Collins, Colo., served as the juror for the competition. She announced the winners at the reception on Sunday, August 15. There was one winner in each category, one honorable mention and a best of show award given, along
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Dear Mr. Vonnegut: "You have no talent and we suggest you give up writing"

The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library will open this fall in Indianapolis. It will be part library and part museum, containing memorabilia from Vonnegut’s life, signed first editions of his books and copies of the many rejection letters he received from publishers: Vonnegut’s eldest daughter, Edie Vonnegut, said her father loved libraries and would have wanted
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Dear Mr. Vonnegut: "You have no talent and we suggest you give up writing"

The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library will open this fall in Indianapolis. It will be part library and part museum, containing memorabilia from Vonnegut’s life, signed first editions of his books and copies of the many rejection letters he received from publishers: Vonnegut’s eldest daughter, Edie Vonnegut, said her father loved libraries and would have wanted
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Another Kind of Magick cooked up some in Casper

This past Saturday, Another Kind of Magick rocked the Depot with blues and rock and roll for a fundraiser. I’d read about them in the Casper Star-Trib and so wanted to hear them for myself. The article said that they were possibly going to be sponsored by the Wyoming Blues and Jazz Society to represent Wyoming
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New Art In Public Buildings (AIPD) sculpture at state fairgounds

2nd from left, kneeling, is the sculptor David Alan Clark, Lander A new art in public buildings sculpture was dedicated today at the state fairgrounds in Douglas. The sculpture resides in front of the show building, where kids of all ages show their animals. The sculpture captures a child who has just won a first prize
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Wind River Dancers perform this weekend at the BBHC in Cody

From the BBHC: With a theme of “A Cultural Heritage Shared Through Dance and Songs,” the Wind River Dancers perform a variety of American Indian dance styles, which include men’s traditional, grass, and fancy feather, as well as women’s fancy shawl, jingle dress, and traditional. While drums beat and dancers sway, the dance styles are
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Sixth annual "Art on the Green" Aug. 21

The City of Green River and the Green River Arts Council presents “Art on the Green” on Aug. 20-21. The grand finale dinner will be held on Saturday, Aug. 21. Cocktail hour begins at 6 p.m., followed by the awards dinner at 7. Tickets are $30 per person. Buy them at the Green River and Rock Springs Chamber,
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Sixth annual "Art on the Green" Aug. 21

The City of Green River and the Green River Arts Council presents “Art on the Green” on Aug. 20-21. The grand finale dinner will be held on Saturday, Aug. 21. Cocktail hour begins at 6 p.m., followed by the awards dinner at 7. Tickets are $30 per person. Buy them at the Green River and Rock Springs Chamber,
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La Boheme kicks off Opera Colorado season

Due to the shortage of opera in Wyoming, wyomingarts goes out of its way to list performances in adjacent states. Here’s some info from Opera Colorado about its fall presentation of La Boheme: Performances are at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver on: Saturday, November 6, 7:30 pm Tuesday, November 9, 7:30 pmFriday, November 12, 7:30 pmSunday,
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