Wyoming Arts Council

"The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge" continue through Dec. 17 at Stage II Theatre in Casper

THE TRIAL OF EBENEZER SCROOGEStage III Community Theatre in CasperBy Mark Brown and directed by Todd von Gunten. One year after A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge sues Jacob Marley and the Christmas ghosts for kidnapping, assault, slander, and more. Is he once again a miser, or does Scrooge have a lesson about the true spirit
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"The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge" continue through Dec. 17 at Stage II Theatre in Casper

THE TRIAL OF EBENEZER SCROOGEStage III Community Theatre in CasperBy Mark Brown and directed by Todd von Gunten. One year after A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge sues Jacob Marley and the Christmas ghosts for kidnapping, assault, slander, and more. Is he once again a miser, or does Scrooge have a lesson about the true spirit
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Proceeds from AVA’s Dec. 22 Miracle Tree Raffle 2011 go to scholarship fund

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Proceeds from AVA's Dec. 22 Miracle Tree Raffle 2011 go to scholarship fund

http://www.avacenter.org

"Longmire" promo hits the airwaves

New “Longmire” promo on A&E, tied in with promos for “The Glades” and “Bag of Bones.” Longmire the TV series is based on the mystery novels by Craig Johnson of Ucross. “Longmire” refers to Absaroka County Sheriff Walt Longmire in the novels “The Cold Dish,” “Another Man’s Moccasins,” etc. FMI: http://www.craigallenjohnson.com

"Longmire" promo hits the airwaves

New “Longmire” promo on A&E, tied in with promos for “The Glades” and “Bag of Bones.” Longmire the TV series is based on the mystery novels by Craig Johnson of Ucross. “Longmire” refers to Absaroka County Sheriff Walt Longmire in the novels “The Cold Dish,” “Another Man’s Moccasins,” etc. FMI: http://www.craigallenjohnson.com

"Fusing Arts, Culture and Social Change" report asks some tough questions — and provides some answers

http://www.giarts.org/article/fusing-arts-culture-and-social-change Holly Sidford writes on the Grantmakers for the Arts site about the new report she authored, “Fusing Arts, Culture and Social Change: High Impact Strategies for Philanthropy,” for the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. Sidford is a strategic planner, program developer and fund-raiser with 30 years experience with cultural organizations and philanthropy. Here’s her intro: Every
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"Fusing Arts, Culture and Social Change" report asks some tough questions — and provides some answers

http://www.giarts.org/article/fusing-arts-culture-and-social-change Holly Sidford writes on the Grantmakers for the Arts site about the new report she authored, “Fusing Arts, Culture and Social Change: High Impact Strategies for Philanthropy,” for the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. Sidford is a strategic planner, program developer and fund-raiser with 30 years experience with cultural organizations and philanthropy. Here’s her intro: Every
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Maceo Parker performs Jan. 7 at Center for the Arts in Jackson

Maceo Parker performs on Saturday, Jan. 7, 7:30-9 pm in the Center Theater at the Center for the Arts in Jackson. Reserved seats are $25 and $35. Info: “Quite simply, there is no better living showman than Maceo Parker. Catching one of the alto sax maestro’s marathon three-hour shows is a truly transcendent experience for
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Julianne Couch has a new publisher for her "Traveling the Power Line" book

Very good news from author Julianne Couch, formerly of Laramie and now an Iowan: I am pleased to announce that the University of Nebraska press plans to publish Traveling the Power Line: An Electrical Memoir in spring 2013. The book title has changed a bit since I started this project and may still change again
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