Wyoming Arts Council

Nomination deadline rapidly approaching for 2010 Governor's Arts Awards

The postmark deadline is Friday, Oct. 8, for nominations for the 2010 Governor’s Arts Awards. The awards are presented based on accomplishments that reflect substantial contributions made to the arts in Wyoming, and exemplify a long-term commitment to the arts. To request a nomination form, selection criteria and a list of previous Governor’s Arts Awards
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Hiking the nonfiction trail with Lee Gutkind Part 1

It all started with french fries in my chef’s salad. I thought maybe a couple had unintentionally fallen off another plate, unnoticed by the cook or the waitress, and landed at the edge of the contents of my bowl. But as I ate, I realized the french fries throughout were mixed in too flawlessly to
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Brooks Reeves: "Why I Love Interactive Fiction"

At Wyomingarts, we know Brooks Reeves as a theatre guy. He’s written plays and melodramas for the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players. One of his plays, “The City that Cried Wolf,” was produced for the 59E59 Theaters in Manhattan and received a favorable review in the New York Times. He’s acted in productions in Wyoming and Colorado, currently involved in
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Brooks Reeves: "Why I Love Interactive Fiction"

At Wyomingarts, we know Brooks Reeves as a theatre guy. He’s written plays and melodramas for the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players. One of his plays, “The City that Cried Wolf,” was produced for the 59E59 Theaters in Manhattan and received a favorable review in the New York Times. He’s acted in productions in Wyoming and Colorado, currently involved in
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