Wyoming Arts Council

See you in Cheyenne Feb. 11 for 29th annual Governor’s Arts Awards

Save the date for the 29th Governor’s Arts Awards February 11, 2011, 6-10 p.m. Little American Grand Ballroom, Cheyenne Watch your mail for the invitation. Please contact our office at ebratt@state.wy.us to be added to our print mail list. Join us in celebrating these 2010 awardees selected for their substantial contributions to Wyoming’s arts: The
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See you in Cheyenne Feb. 11 for 29th annual Governor's Arts Awards

Save the date for the 29th Governor’s Arts Awards February 11, 2011, 6-10 p.m. Little American Grand Ballroom, Cheyenne Watch your mail for the invitation. Please contact our office at ebratt@state.wy.us to be added to our print mail list. Join us in celebrating these 2010 awardees selected for their substantial contributions to Wyoming’s arts: The
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Reviewers praise new collection of stories by UW prof Brad Watson

From a University of Wyoming press release: Southern literature in the tradition of Flannery O’Connor and Eudora Welty is alive and well and living in — of all places — Wyoming. Come again? Wyoming? Reviewers are praising the southern literature heritage found in “Aliens in the Prime of Their Lives,” the recent collection of stories written
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Casper College to offer digital photography night class for spring semester

From Casper College: If you are like most people with a digital camera you have some great photos on your computer that you would like to turn into prints, but just don’t know how. It may be easier than you think, with the help of a digital photography class being offered for the spring semester
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For all those Jane Austen fans out there

Read all about the “Janeites” and the appeal of “Ms. Austen’s tales of courtship and manners [that] resonate with dating-obsessed and social-media-savvy 21st-century youths.” And you can watch the hilarious trailer of “Jane Austen’s Fight Club.” The article also mentions an English major student at UW who belongs to an Austen club on campus. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704594804575649041609261602.html

Cody native Gregory Hinton interviewed on NPR about his "Out West" series at the Autry Museum

This info on the Autry Museum’s “Beyond Brokeback” and other offerings in its “Out West” series comes from Wyoming native Gregory Hinton: Below is a link to our L.A. National Public Radio affiliate which has an interview of me about Out West and includes a copy of the speech I gave for our first event. This might
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Cody native Gregory Hinton interviewed on NPR about his "Out West" series at the Autry Museum

This info on the Autry Museum’s “Beyond Brokeback” and other offerings in its “Out West” series comes from Wyoming native Gregory Hinton: Below is a link to our L.A. National Public Radio affiliate which has an interview of me about Out West and includes a copy of the speech I gave for our first event. This might
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Deselms Fine Art & Custom Framing moving to Whipple House

Wyomingarts came across this news from Harvey Deselms on Facebook: Coming December __ 2010 — the new home of Deselms Fine Art and Custom Framing, 300 E 17th Street, Cheyenne. Formerly known as The Whipple House (and once an Italian restaurant). This historic building is shown in photo above. Says Harvey: “Art makes a great gift,
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Deselms Fine Art & Custom Framing moving to Whipple House

Wyomingarts came across this news from Harvey Deselms on Facebook: Coming December __ 2010 — the new home of Deselms Fine Art and Custom Framing, 300 E 17th Street, Cheyenne. Formerly known as The Whipple House (and once an Italian restaurant). This historic building is shown in photo above. Says Harvey: “Art makes a great gift,
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Utah’s Repertory Dance Theatre performs Jan. 22 in Pinedale

The Repertory Dance Theatre of Utah will conduct a performance on Saturday, Jan. 22, 7 p.m., in the Pinedale Auditorium in Pinedale. Prestigious dance company will perform “Time Capsule: A Century of Dance,” a guided tour through a 100-year legacy of dance paying homage to 20th-century choreographers. For more info, contact the Pinedale Fine Arts
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