Wyoming Arts Council

A little TRASH for the holidays

The Three Wisewomen, Mollie O. Krafka, Marcia Dunsmore and Janeen Norstegaard, will travel east, (or north, or south, or west), to bring the gift of laughter to your Christmas party.  A Wacked Out Christmas takes you from the onslaught of holiday catalogues to the collapse on December 26. Lyrics including, “it’s beginning to be a vegan Christmas,”
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Nina McConigley writes about bookfest for New West

Nina S. McConigley writes about Casper’s 2010 Equality State Book Festival in the 10/20 New West. Read the entire article at http://www.newwest.net/topic/article/equality_state_book_fair_celebrates_regional_writers_in_wyoming/C39/L39/ Nina now teaches at UW in Laramie. She’s the winner of a 2010 Blanchan/Doubleday writing award from the Wyoming Arts Council.

Reception tonight at Gallery 234 for Rebecca Skinner’s photo exhibit "Ghosts of Katrina"

From a University of Wyoming press release: Rebecca Skinner’s exhibition “Ghosts of Katrina: Five Years Revisited” can be seen through Thursday, Nov. 11, in Gallery 234, Room 004 of the University of Wyoming Union in Laramie. A reception for the artist is scheduled in the gallery Thursday, Oct. 21, from 6-7 p.m. Skinner will share
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Reception tonight at Gallery 234 for Rebecca Skinner's photo exhibit "Ghosts of Katrina"

From a University of Wyoming press release: Rebecca Skinner’s exhibition “Ghosts of Katrina: Five Years Revisited” can be seen through Thursday, Nov. 11, in Gallery 234, Room 004 of the University of Wyoming Union in Laramie. A reception for the artist is scheduled in the gallery Thursday, Oct. 21, from 6-7 p.m. Skinner will share
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Touchstone 2010 features artists of Laramie

Touchstone 2010, an exhibition and sale by the Laramie Artists Project, will be held Nov. 12-14 at the Marriott Fairfdield Inn & Suites, 1673 Centennial Dr., Laramie. A public reception will be held on Friday, Nov. 12, 6-9 p.m. Hours on Saturday are 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Please note that this is a
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Final performances of "Extremities" at LCCC Playhouse on Oct. 22-23

Final weekend of performances for “Extremities,” a play by William Mastrosimone. Fri, Oct. 22, and Sat., Oct. 23, starting at 7:30 p.m. $10 general; $5 students and seniors; LCCC Playhouse, Cheyenne Description: The show is a gritty, realistic portrait of an attempted rape in a woman’s home and a taut moral dilemma as she turns the
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Final performances of "Extremities" at LCCC Playhouse on Oct. 22-23

Final weekend of performances for “Extremities,” a play by William Mastrosimone. Fri, Oct. 22, and Sat., Oct. 23, starting at 7:30 p.m. $10 general; $5 students and seniors; LCCC Playhouse, Cheyenne Description: The show is a gritty, realistic portrait of an attempted rape in a woman’s home and a taut moral dilemma as she turns the
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Snoopy has landed at the Wyoming State Musuem

Snoopy, Charles M. Schulz’s lovable beagle, flies in for a visit as the Wyoming State Museum hosts, “Snoopy as the World War I Flying Ace,” an exhibit on display from October 22 through November 20. The exhibit showcases 40 of Snoopy’s most exciting adventures in his transformed doghouse – now a Sopwith Camel airplane –
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Photo of the week: Morgan Tyree

Morgan Tyree of Powell spends his autumns photographing small-town football in Wyoming and Montana. He documents his travels through words and images on his blog. In this photo, Savage freshman Cameron Hough assists teammates in neck drills prior the start of their Montana Class C six-man football game with the visiting Terriers from Terry. See the
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Magick playing concerts in Cheyenne, Casper

The flyer (right) is for the fundraising concert Magick will put on at the First United Methodist Church here in Cheyenne. Thanks to Billie, Taylor’s and Evan’s mom, for dropping off the flyer. They’ve a new member, Nic “Cottonseed” Clark, harmonica player who comes up from Denver. Every good blues band needs a harmonica player! Looking forward
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