Wyoming Arts Council

"Wild West Month" at Children's Museum of Denver

In conjunction with the National Western Stock Show, January is “Wild West Month” at the Children’s Museum of Denver Here’s some info: Saddle up and ride on down to the Museum to join in on Wild West activities and events all month long. The Children’s Museum of Denver is stepping back in time to the
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Tax tips for the self-employed (including artists)

Wyoming Entrepreneur sends this: Join us online for this series of “Tax Talk” webinars. Keith Hall, CPA of the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) will present three, free, 45-minute webinars beginning February 3. Each online session will start at 2:00 pm. Keith is a nationally recognized speaker and truly understands the problems faced by small businesses.
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Call for entries: BBC World Service

From the BBC World Service web site: BBC African Performance is an annual season of unique radio drama, which has now entered its fifth decade and has been designed to encourage new African writing. In the past decade, African Performance has continued to reveal themes that reflect the concerns of the continent. The plight of
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UW screens "The Tillman Story" Jan. 13

“The Tillman Story” can be seen Thursday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m. in the University of Wyoming College of Education auditorium in Laramie.  The free film is part of the Student Activities Council monthly film series. In 2004, Pat Tillman, a defensive back with the Arizona Cardinals, was killed in action while serving in the
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UW screens "The Tillman Story" Jan. 13

“The Tillman Story” can be seen Thursday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m. in the University of Wyoming College of Education auditorium in Laramie.  The free film is part of the Student Activities Council monthly film series. In 2004, Pat Tillman, a defensive back with the Arizona Cardinals, was killed in action while serving in the
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Award-winning "Kicked Out" features foreword by Casper’s Judy Shepard

Casper’s Judy Shepard wrote the foreword to the new anthology edited by Sassafras Lowrey, “Kicked Out.” Last night, the book received a major literary award. Here’s info from Lowrey’s web site: Last night Kicked Out received a HUGE honor and was not only included in the American Library Association’s Over the Rainbow booklist for 2011, but
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Award-winning "Kicked Out" features foreword by Casper's Judy Shepard

Casper’s Judy Shepard wrote the foreword to the new anthology edited by Sassafras Lowrey, “Kicked Out.” Last night, the book received a major literary award. Here’s info from Lowrey’s web site: Last night Kicked Out received a HUGE honor and was not only included in the American Library Association’s Over the Rainbow booklist for 2011, but
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Combining the artistry of food and music at Casper College

From a Casper College press release: Mardi Gras-inspired dishes will be served at the next Casper College Ethnic Dinner on Thursday, Jan. 27, in the Roberts Commons Cafeteria from 5-6:30 p.m. The Mardi Gras celebration will feature chicken and andouille jambalaya, crawfish court bouillon, okra etouffee, gazebo garden gumbo, confetti chopped salad, red beans and rice, ratatouille, and bananas foster
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National Museum of the American Indian features webcast of Native American writers Feb. 5

The annual conference for The Association of Writers and Writing Programs in Washington, D.C., features some interesting off-site events that will be simulcast on the web. Here’s one that showcases Native American writers:Reading & Webcast, The Florida Review Native Issue Location: National Museum of the American Indian, Rasmuson Theater, 4th St and Independence Ave, S.W. When: Saturday, Feb. 5,
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