Wyoming Arts Council

Grand Teton Music Festival Music Director Donald Runnicles to be awarded honorary doctorate

From the BBC’s Scottish Symphony Orchestra site: The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD) will confer an honorary Doctorate on Donald Runnicles at a lunchtime concert on Friday, 11 February 2011. Runnicles is the music director for the Grand Teton Music Festival in Teton Village, Wyoming. On announcing the Doctorate, Professor John Wallace
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Call for entries: CLTP New Play Project

This comes from Justin Batson at Cheyenne Little Theatre Players: ATTENTION PLAYWRIGHTS: ENTER YOUR WORK IN THE CHEYENNE LITTLE THEATRE PLAYERS 3rd ANNUAL 2010-2011 NEW PLAY PROJECT Cheyenne Little Theatre Players is proud to announce our 3rd Annual New Play Project Competition. The New Play Project Competition is a program created by the Cheyenne Little
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Publishers Weekly Select explores the world of self-publishing

PW Select December 2010

New work from artist Ji Eun Kim

Korean native and one-time Wyoming Arts Council intern Ji Eun Kim has been busy creating new work. The 2-D painting above is of the 3-D San Miguel Mission Choir Loft. Her most recent residency was at the Santa Fe Art Institute in New Mexico. View Ji Eun’s work at http://jieunkim25.blogspot.com/

Dine on traditional foods of the Jewish culture at Casper College Humanities Festival

From Casper College: Traditional foods of the Jewish culture will be served at the next Casper College Ethnic Dinner on Thursday, Feb. 24, in conjunction with the 26th Annual Casper College Humanities Festival February 23-25. Dishes to be served at the dinner include three entrees: Ashkenazi beef brisket, citrus-baked fish with rhubarb, and potato pierogies
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Hot art for cold days — Artists’ reception Feb. 10 at CAM-PLEX for "Colors of the Tropics"

From CAM-PLEX in Gillette: CAM-PLEX is pleased to invite you to meet artists Ronni Barbula & Ramona Roll on Thursday, February 10, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. This artist reception is free and open to the public. To see the exhibit stop by anytime from Monday, February 7, through Friday, March 11. For more
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Hot art for cold days — Artists' reception Feb. 10 at CAM-PLEX for "Colors of the Tropics"

From CAM-PLEX in Gillette: CAM-PLEX is pleased to invite you to meet artists Ronni Barbula & Ramona Roll on Thursday, February 10, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. This artist reception is free and open to the public. To see the exhibit stop by anytime from Monday, February 7, through Friday, March 11. For more
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Explore Dreamtime and Aboriginal art with Paul Taylor and Yidumduma Bill Harney

Yidumduma Bill Harney At the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson: First Sundays Celebration: Explore Dreamtime, Aboriginal Designs, with Paul Taylor and Yidumduma Bill HarneySunday, February 611:00AM – 5:00PM Free for area locals! 1:00 – 2:00PM Art Project: Australian Aboriginal DesignsChrystie and Esperti classroomsThis month, children are invited to color lizards, birds, and snakes
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Casper College hosts 26th annual Humanities Festival and Demorest Lecture

Broughton Coburn The 26th Annual Humanities Festival and Demorest Lecture at Casper College focuses on the motivations and traditions of pilgrimage. This event will delve into humanity’s urge to travel, in both sacred and secular voyages, across civilizations. Humanities Festival and Demorest Lecture AgendaFebruary 23 – 25, 2011 Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday lectures are free
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