Wyoming Arts Council

UW history professor Phil Roberts named "Outstanding Educator of the Year"

University of Wyoming history professor Phil Roberts has been recognized for his efforts to teach about emigrant trails in the state. The Oregon-California Trails Association presented its “Outstanding Educator of the Year” award to Roberts recently. The association noted that Roberts’ efforts to make the history of the emigrant trails come alive for students. Roberts
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Upbeat Project and Lion Soul Jahs perform Sept. 2 in Laramie

Hip hop in Jackson tonight

From jhunderground: After a summer of jam bands, bluegrass, funk, rock and even a hippie circus, it’s time for a night of hip-hop.  Courtesy of Teton Artlab, we’re giving away two pairs of tickets to Aesop Rock and Kimya Dawson on Friday at Q Roadhouse. In the comments below, say you’re in or any variation thereof, and at 3
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"Chasing Water" screening tonight at WY Film Festival in Saratoga

Chasing Water – Trailer from Peter McBride on Vimeo. FMI: http://www.wyomingfilmfestival.org/aboutWyomingFilmFestival.html

"Chasing Water" screening tonight at WY Film Festival in Saratoga

Chasing Water – Trailer from Peter McBride on Vimeo. FMI: http://www.wyomingfilmfestival.org/aboutWyomingFilmFestival.html

Free screening of Wyoming’s post-apocalyptic "Undead Lovers" Saturday in Laramie

K. Harrison Sweeney Must be something in the water or the air or the schools up in Washakie County. Wyomingarts just finished writing about a Kickstarter project by Dave Henderson, an artist who grew up in Worland and now lives in Maine, when another arts project with a Worland connection came across our virtual desk.
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Free screening of Wyoming's post-apocalyptic "Undead Lovers" Saturday in Laramie

K. Harrison Sweeney Must be something in the water or the air or the schools up in Washakie County. Wyomingarts just finished writing about a Kickstarter project by Dave Henderson, an artist who grew up in Worland and now lives in Maine, when another arts project with a Worland connection came across our virtual desk.
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WY Humanities Council’s "Civility Matters" series features Naomi Shihab Nye

Award-winning Palestinian-American poet, writer, and educator Naomi Shihab Nye will tour Wyoming with “Civility Matters! Potlucks and Poetry,” a series of community picnics and readings across the state that will feature the topics of civility, tolerance, and bridging cultures. Families and adults are invited to bring picnic dinners and gather outdoors in Jackson, Riverton, and
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WY Humanities Council's "Civility Matters" series features Naomi Shihab Nye

Award-winning Palestinian-American poet, writer, and educator Naomi Shihab Nye will tour Wyoming with “Civility Matters! Potlucks and Poetry,” a series of community picnics and readings across the state that will feature the topics of civility, tolerance, and bridging cultures. Families and adults are invited to bring picnic dinners and gather outdoors in Jackson, Riverton, and
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Enter the S.D. Festival of Books Getaway Contest

Our neighbors at the Oct. 7-9 South Dakota Festival of Books is giving away prizes. Details at http://www.facebook.com/sdbookfestival

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