Wyoming Arts Council

The New Vaudevillians perform each Wednesday at Wyoming's oldest vaudeville theater

The New Vaudevillians feature a NEW line-up of comedy, magic, singing and dancing every Wednesday at 8 p.m. through Aug. 15 at the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan. It’s fast paced, it’s fun, it’s new vaudeville in the oldest vaudeville theater in Wyoming and it’s an event you won’t want to miss. Every Wednesday you’ll
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WANTED: Artists and Craftspeople to help install exhibits at SE Wyoming Welcome Center

HELP WANTED WHO: Artists and Craftspeople WHAT: To help with the installation of exhibits at the Office of Tourism’s new Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center WHEN: Most of August, starting around 8/6/12 WHERE: New Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center, south of Cheyenne on I-25 SKILLS: Sculpting cement, scenic painting, basic assembly, some carpentry, some welding, set dressing,
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Lander Art Center announces new director

Lisa Hueneke News from the Lander Art Center: The Lander Art Center Board of Directors is please to announce the appointment of Lisa Hueneke as the new executive director of the Lander Art Center, beginning in Sepetmber 2012. Ms. Hueneke brings over five years of nonprofit experience including one year as the Lander Art Center
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Wyoming Summer Music Festivals

Summer is the time to get out and enjoy Wyoming’s great outdoors and great musicians! Luckily there are still plenty of music festivals coming up across the state. The Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson Hole is celebrating its 51st season with concerts Tuesday through Saturday nights until August 18th. Music fans have a variety
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Kooky indie movies use magic realism to explore the fringes of American life

No longer the indigenous film industry of North America, Hollywood is now the world’s jukebox, pumping out what Michael Eisner once called “planetized entertainment.” It’s one reason the Oscars have turned into such a mad scramble of late, even fishing overseas for quality crowd-pleasers—The Artist, The King’s Speech, Slumdog Millionaire—while reserving a spot on the nominations list
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Casper and Cheyenne Artists’ Guilds: Workshops for Adults and Kids

There are still some workshops coming up this season at the Casper Artists’ Guild: August 4thPhotographer Clint Saunders will lead the workshop “Using Light in Photography” from 9 am to 4 pm. Saunders holds an M.F.A from San Francisco’s Academy of Art University and has been working as a professional photographer for the last fourteen
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Wyoming ska and reggae band It Gets Worse performs at UW July 25

From a UW press release: Wyoming ska and reggae band It Gets Worse will perform a free show from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, July 25, on the University of Wyoming Simpson Plaza. With half of its members from Laramie and the other half from Cheyenne, It Gets Worse is an eight-piece band that
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Call for Artists: Art in the Parks

This summer Wyoming artists have an exciting opportunity to engage with the state’s many great parks and historic sites! Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources is offering any Wyoming visual artist, of any age, working in any medium, the chance to submit an original piece of art for consideration in one of four categories: Professional
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Panel discussion on Papua New Guinea exhibit set for July 23 at UW

Stan Dolega’s "Wind Code" installed at new Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center

From David Newell, Curator of Art at the Wyoming State Museum: “Wind Code” took its place Monday at the new Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center south of Cheyenne on I-25. Laramie sculptor Stan Dolega and company endured searing heat and an unrelenting sun, and then rain and wind, to wrestle the massive steel and stone structure
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