Wyoming Arts Council

Jenni Calder speaks on "The Scots of Wyoming in Cheyenne" on July 10

Jenni Calder, author of Frontier Scots, speaks on “The Scots of Wyoming in Cheyenne,” on Sunday, July 10, 2-4 p.m., at Barnes & Noble in Cheyenne. Jenni Calder was Head of Publications for the National Museum of Scotland, and is currently President of Scottish PEN. Listing herself as a “Poet, writer,” for the Scottish Book
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Cory McDaniel and Vicki Windle open "Music & Poetry Series" July 18 in Casper

ARTCORE opens its summer “Music & Poetry Series” on Monday, July 18, at downtown Casper’s Metro Coffee with singer/songwriter Cory McDaniel and writer Vicki Windle. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Get your tickets at http://www.artcorewy.com/tickets.php

Cory McDaniel and Vicki Windle open "Music & Poetry Series" July 18 in Casper

ARTCORE opens its summer “Music & Poetry Series” on Monday, July 18, at downtown Casper’s Metro Coffee with singer/songwriter Cory McDaniel and writer Vicki Windle. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Get your tickets at http://www.artcorewy.com/tickets.php

Good reviews for "The Magdalene" as it opens Off Broadway

Lindsie Van Winkle (left) plays The Magdalene and Shad Olsen is Yeshua in “The Magdalene” The Casper Star-Tribune today wrapped up its five-part series by Margaret Matray called “Making It,” which follows Casper College theatre professor Jim Olm in his quest to produce his show “The Magdalene” Off Broadway. Wyomingarts hates to ruin the suspense, but the show did open and
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Good reviews for "The Magdalene" as it opens Off Broadway

Lindsie Van Winkle (left) plays The Magdalene and Shad Olsen is Yeshua in “The Magdalene” The Casper Star-Tribune today wrapped up its five-part series by Margaret Matray called “Making It,” which follows Casper College theatre professor Jim Olm in his quest to produce his show “The Magdalene” Off Broadway. Wyomingarts hates to ruin the suspense, but the show did open and
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Renowned landscape architect Walter Hood discusses "Art in Public Places" July 26 in Jackson

Renowned landscape architect Walter Hood, designer of the National Museum of Wildlife Art ’s under-construction sculpture trail, will discuss “Art in Public Places” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 26 at the museum in Jackson. The event is free and open to the public. Known for his innovative and people-friendly designs of such high-profile public spaces as the
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Renowned landscape architect Walter Hood discusses "Art in Public Places" July 26 in Jackson

Renowned landscape architect Walter Hood, designer of the National Museum of Wildlife Art ’s under-construction sculpture trail, will discuss “Art in Public Places” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 26 at the museum in Jackson. The event is free and open to the public. Known for his innovative and people-friendly designs of such high-profile public spaces as the
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Rob Drabkin performs free concert at UW July 13

Denver musician Rob Drabkin will perform a free concert from 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday, July 13, at the University of Wyoming Simpson Plaza. Drabkin was voted Colorado’s Best Singer/Songwriter by Westword Magazine for 2008-2010. He gathered enough votes to earn his turn on stage at the Mile High Music Festival with artists like The Fray,
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In Cheyenne tonight: "The Music of Star Wars"

From the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle: Toby Rush is set to give his “The Music of Star Wars” presentation, a hit on the UNC campus, at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday at Highlands Presbyterian Church in Cheyenne. By all accounts, prepare to come away with a new appreciation for “Star Wars.”  “But this isn’t a straight-laced academic, hoity-toity,
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In Cheyenne tonight: "The Music of Star Wars"

From the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle: Toby Rush is set to give his “The Music of Star Wars” presentation, a hit on the UNC campus, at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday at Highlands Presbyterian Church in Cheyenne. By all accounts, prepare to come away with a new appreciation for “Star Wars.”  “But this isn’t a straight-laced academic, hoity-toity,
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