Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: Sagebrush Rendezvous Art Exhibit & Sale

The 33rd Annual Sagebrush Rendezvous Art Exhibit and Sale January 29-30, 2011, Running Y Convention Center, Klamath Falls, Oregon For the past 32 years the Sagebrush Rendezvous has presented a mid-winter art exhibit and sale, drawing over 1000 patrons each season to its two-day show. Originally set as a Western wildlife and landscape art exhibit,
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Call for entries: Sagebrush Rendezvous Art Exhibit & Sale

The 33rd Annual Sagebrush Rendezvous Art Exhibit and Sale January 29-30, 2011, Running Y Convention Center, Klamath Falls, Oregon For the past 32 years the Sagebrush Rendezvous has presented a mid-winter art exhibit and sale, drawing over 1000 patrons each season to its two-day show. Originally set as a Western wildlife and landscape art exhibit,
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"Think Pink, Wear Pink" at Sheridan Stationery 10/22

Sheridan Stationery, Books and Gallery sends this invitation: Think Pink, Wear Pink! Join us at Sheridan Stationery Friday, October 22nd We are raising funds for the Kelly Schreibeis Memorial Fund. Come in to Sheridan Stationery in downtown Sheridan wearing PINK and you will recieve 15% off your purchase. Partial proceeds will be donated to benefit the
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"Think Pink, Wear Pink" at Sheridan Stationery 10/22

Sheridan Stationery, Books and Gallery sends this invitation: Think Pink, Wear Pink! Join us at Sheridan Stationery Friday, October 22nd We are raising funds for the Kelly Schreibeis Memorial Fund. Come in to Sheridan Stationery in downtown Sheridan wearing PINK and you will recieve 15% off your purchase. Partial proceeds will be donated to benefit the
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Saxophones heard all around the UW campus

On Thursday, Oct. 21, the Amstel Saxophone Quartet performs at the UW Fine Arts Concert Hall in Laramie. They play saxophones, an instrument Adophe Saxe invented in 1841, an instrument known primarily for its use in jazz, blues, and band “music.” But it’s also capable of playing classical music: what won us over was Amstel’s gorgeous performance
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"House" concert in Casper

Not your typical staging for a house concert, the idea of which seems to have really taken off in Casper, in part thanks to Amy Gieske, a brand new venue –Three Crowns Golf Course — is hosting The Broomdust Caravan featuring Daddy Treetops in Casper on Wednesday, October 27. Doors open at 5:30 and music begins at 6:30. Also
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"House" concert in Casper

Not your typical staging for a house concert, the idea of which seems to have really taken off in Casper, in part thanks to Amy Gieske, a brand new venue –Three Crowns Golf Course — is hosting The Broomdust Caravan featuring Daddy Treetops in Casper on Wednesday, October 27. Doors open at 5:30 and music begins at 6:30. Also
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Cartoonish World War I flying ace lands at Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne

Author Diana Kouris earns laurels for her High Plains Press book

This comes from Nancy Curtis at High Plains Press in Glendo: Diana Kouris (left), author of Riding the Edge of an Era, has been doing High Plains Press proud. She was a finalist for both the Zonta Best Woman Writer Award at the Billings Book Festival and the Willa Award which was presented in Wickenburg, Arizona.
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Former Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans, International Environment & Scientific Affairs and third-generation Wyoming rancher John F. Turner will receive the National Museum of Wildlife Art ‘s  prestigious Rungius Medal on November 3. Created in 1988, the award recognizes individuals who “have made a significant addition to the public’s awareness of wildlife and the
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