Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: The Faces of Migration Student Short Film Competition

The Filmmaking Club and the Humanities Center at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA are proud to present this year’s The Faces of Migration Student Short Film Competition held on Sunday, April 10. We seek student submissions from across the world that creatively reference the issue of migration. The Grand Prize is $1000 USD.
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Deadline is March 7 for Campbell County writers to sign up for "Our Stories, Our Heritage @ Your Library"

The Campbell County Public Library will be hosting an evening of story and song on Thursday, April 14, in conjunction with its annual celebration of National Library Week. This year, to commemorate the Campbell County centennial, the library has chosen “Our Stories, Our Heritage @ your Library” as its theme. Local writers are invited to
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Deadline is March 7 for Campbell County writers to sign up for "Our Stories, Our Heritage @ Your Library"

The Campbell County Public Library will be hosting an evening of story and song on Thursday, April 14, in conjunction with its annual celebration of National Library Week. This year, to commemorate the Campbell County centennial, the library has chosen “Our Stories, Our Heritage @ your Library” as its theme. Local writers are invited to
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Liebler and Lewis perform in Cheyenne

Two Generations of Beats & Hippies from Motown to California Barnes & Noble award winner and internationally known Detroit poet M.L. Liebler and Moby Grape legend Peter Lewis will perform in Cheyenne on Saturday, February 26 at the Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. Showtime is 7:30 pm. Tickets are $5 for general admission, $3 for students,
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Zimbabwe performer Thomas Mapfumo visits UW for African Awareness Week

This comes from the University of Wyoming Office of Multicultural Affairs newsletter: Wyoming African Student Association (WASA) will be celebrating African Awareness Week starting February 14 to February 19. It is a week long of events starting with helping you appreciate the ones you love on Valentine’s Day, drumming in the Skyline Lounge on Wednesday
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Alaska dog musher and author Pam Flowers will tell stories and sign books Feb. 20 in Meeteetse

From the Meeteetse Branch Library in Park County: Pam Flowers made an extraordinary mid-life career change in 1981. She became an Alaskan dog musher and broke records in the process. Flowers will be at the Park County Public Library in Cody on Sunday, Feb. 20, to share photos and stories from her 2,500-mile solo expedition
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Cleo Parker Robinson Dance offers free public performance Feb. 22 in Casper

The world-renowned Cleo Parker Robinson Dance of Denver will perform on Tuesday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. at Summit Elementary School, 2210 Waterford, Casper (this is the new school visible from Wyoming Blvd. near 15th St.).  The performance, sponsored by the Natrona County School District Diversity Task Force, is free and open to the public.
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C.J. Box’s COLD WIND debuts March 22

Cheyenne mystery writer C.J. Box soon will hit the road with his new book, COLD WIND, set for a March 22 release. The book tour features 20 stops so far. C.J. gets an early start with a March 4 presentation at the Teton County Public Library in Jackson and a swing through Arizona, including sessions at
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C.J. Box's COLD WIND debuts March 22

Cheyenne mystery writer C.J. Box soon will hit the road with his new book, COLD WIND, set for a March 22 release. The book tour features 20 stops so far. C.J. gets an early start with a March 4 presentation at the Teton County Public Library in Jackson and a swing through Arizona, including sessions at
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In Memoriam: Catherine E. Mealey of Laramie

Catherine E. Mealey was a person who cared deeply about her community of Laramie and the community of writers and books. Her Second Story Books hosted many literary readings, often accompanied by goodies from her kitchen. From her obituary: Her love of find food and books led her to many places. She was influential in
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