Wyoming Arts Council

Wyoming Sen. Mike Enzi, member of U.S. Senate Arts Caucus, promotes arts education bill

Sen. Mike Enzi, co-sponsor of arts education bill in U.S. Senate Tom Birch of the National Assembly of States Arts Agencies sends this Congressional update:  Three appropriations bills, combined into a single spending package, have passed Congress, along with a second continuing resolution carrying fiscal 2012 spending at 2011 levels until December 16. The funding
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Some fun for the Christmas season

Celebrity impressionist Jim Meskimen reads The Night Before Christmas.

"It’s a Wonderful Life" radio play Dec. 15-23 at Off Square Theatre in Jackson

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"It's a Wonderful Life" radio play Dec. 15-23 at Off Square Theatre in Jackson

http://www.offsquare.org

Contribution deadline approaches for Pipeline to Miami

From Sue Sommers in Pinedale: I have been asked to send a reminder to you all about the deadline for Pipeline to Miami. I should have mentioned this in yesterday’s email, so please forgive my cluttering your Inbox. Today only three days are left in our Pipeline to Miami fundraiser. You have helped us raise $8650, which meets
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Star Lane Center students stage war crimes tribunal Dec. 21 with audience members as judges

From today’s Casper Star-Tribune: Please stop by at Star Lane Center, 1400 South Fairdale in Casper, on Wednesday, Dec. 21, at 9 a.m. or 1 p.m., for our final student presentations this semester. All of the Star Lane students will play the roles of witnesses in the defense and prosecution of Harry Truman in a
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Cheyenne International Film Festival opens for entries Dec. 15

The Cheyenne International Film Festival (CIFF) opens for entries on December 15th. This year CIFF has partnered with Withoutabox for outreach and processing of film festival entries. We’re big on good stories, in fact, good stories trump production value. As usual, CIFF prefers to receive online screeners to cut down on the number of DVDs
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"Buffalo Bill" Boycott yodels up a storm (and earns awards) at Western Music Association conference

William “Buffalo Bill” Boycott of Lander won the Western Music Association’s “Yodeler of the Year” award at its conference in Albuquerque Nov. 16-20. Bill and his partner Joanne Orr also won the WMA “Harmony Duo Award” (see photo). “Buffalo Bill” performs historical, cowboy and original songs about the Wild West, the Oregon Trail and Wyoming, utilizing fiddle, banjo,
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"Buffalo Bill" Boycott yodels up a storm (and earns awards) at Western Music Association conference

William “Buffalo Bill” Boycott of Lander won the Western Music Association’s “Yodeler of the Year” award at its conference in Albuquerque Nov. 16-20. Bill and his partner Joanne Orr also won the WMA “Harmony Duo Award” (see photo). “Buffalo Bill” performs historical, cowboy and original songs about the Wild West, the Oregon Trail and Wyoming, utilizing fiddle, banjo,
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Wilcox Gallery featuring new work by Charles Dayton of Cokeville

Cokeville artist Charles Dayton has some new work at Jackson’s Wilcox Gallery.This one is “Lord of the Valley,” oil painting, 24×36 inches, $4,200.

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