Wyoming Arts Council

"Aerial art" takes to the skies over Laramie during Butch Cassidy Days

Press release from our colleagues at Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites: The skies of Laramie will be painted with a multitude of colors as kite fliers from throughout the region are featured during this year’s Butch Cassidy Festival at the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site on Saturday, June 9, from 9 a.m. to
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Villainy is afoot in "The Maid of the Mill" melodrama

Tickets on sale NOW for the 2012 Old Fashioned Melodrama, “The Maid of the Mill” or “Tied But True.” Written and Directed by Dennis Madigan. Shows July 12-August 5 at the Historic Atlas Theatre in Cheyenne. When the Donegal Lumber Mill is threatened with foreclosure, will our sweet Heroine Caroline Donegal be able to save
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Villainy is afoot in "The Maid of the Mill" melodrama

Tickets on sale NOW for the 2012 Old Fashioned Melodrama, “The Maid of the Mill” or “Tied But True.” Written and Directed by Dennis Madigan. Shows July 12-August 5 at the Historic Atlas Theatre in Cheyenne. When the Donegal Lumber Mill is threatened with foreclosure, will our sweet Heroine Caroline Donegal be able to save
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Craig Johnson launches his latest Walt Longmire novel tonight at Tattered Cover in Denver

“Longmire,” the new A&E series based on Craig Johnson’s Sheriff Walt Longmire novels, made a splash last night. Tonight at 7:30 p.m., Craig will signing copies of his latest novel, “As the Crow Flies,” at the legendary Tattered Cover Bookstore in Denver. Arrive early — there will be a line. In case you don’t know,
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Postmark deadline for Wyoming Arts Council poetry fellowships is June 8

Brian Turner. Listen to a March 27, 2009, BBC Radio “Poetry from the Front Line” podcast featuring Turner. Friday, June 8, is the postmark deadline or the Wyoming Arts Council creative writing fellowships in poetry. To apply, you must be a Wyoming resident, 18 or older, and not enrolled as a full-time student pursuing high school,
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"Writers in the Park" series begins

The Grand Teton Association invites you to join its Writers in the Park series every second Saturday of the month, June through September. Writers both serious and casual, working in all areas of interest, are welcome. The workshops are free. On Saturday, June 9, Wyoming’s past Poet Laureate, David Romtvedt, will be conducting the writing workshop in Grand
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"Writers in the Park" series begins

The Grand Teton Association invites you to join its Writers in the Park series every second Saturday of the month, June through September. Writers both serious and casual, working in all areas of interest, are welcome. The workshops are free. On Saturday, June 9, Wyoming’s past Poet Laureate, David Romtvedt, will be conducting the writing workshop in Grand
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It’s a David Sedaris Christmas in June in Laramie

The University of Wyoming’s Snowy Range Summer Theatre opens its 2012 season with “The Santaland Diaries,” humorist David Sedaris’ irreverent and hilarious tale of his stint as Crumpet the Elf in Macy’s Santaland display. Presented by the UW Department of Theatre and Dance , the play runs June 5-9, at 7:30 p.m. in the UW
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It's a David Sedaris Christmas in June in Laramie

The University of Wyoming’s Snowy Range Summer Theatre opens its 2012 season with “The Santaland Diaries,” humorist David Sedaris’ irreverent and hilarious tale of his stint as Crumpet the Elf in Macy’s Santaland display. Presented by the UW Department of Theatre and Dance , the play runs June 5-9, at 7:30 p.m. in the UW
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"Bronze & Printmaking" in Green River launches WAC summer classes

The Wyoming Arts Council is offering the following summer classes:   June 10-14, Bronze & Printmaking with Shane Steiss and Bill Yankee in Green River July 8-10, Beginning Fused Glass with Marianne Vinich in RivertonJuly 8-13, Advanced Fused Glass with Marianne Vinich in RivertonJuly 23-27, Summer Teaching Institute at UW Art Museum in Laramie First
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