Wyoming Arts Council

Music & Poetry in Casper

Jack and Connie Wallace ARTCORE’s Music & Poetry event kicks off this coming Monday, July 16th, in Casper. Over the next five weeks, Metro Coffee Company at 241 S. David St will host engaging arts pairings, including a writers’ open mic opportunity on July 23rd. All performances begin at 7:30 with beverages served from 7:00 to
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WOW Gallery & Gift Shop moving to downtown Laramie

Works of Wyoming Gallery & Gift Shop relocates to downtown Laramie WOW has some news: WOW Gallery and Gift Shop will be moving to 211 S. First Street in downtown Laramie: · It will be next to Sweet Melissa’s restaurant. Good location, lousy for the waistlines! · The new location will host “make & take”
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WOW Gallery & Gift Shop moving to downtown Laramie

Works of Wyoming Gallery & Gift Shop relocates to downtown Laramie WOW has some news: WOW Gallery and Gift Shop will be moving to 211 S. First Street in downtown Laramie: · It will be next to Sweet Melissa’s restaurant. Good location, lousy for the waistlines! · The new location will host “make & take”
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Miss "V" weathers heat wave, fires and rattlesnakes during summer 2012 tour of the West

The Wyoming Arts Council follows the travels of roster artist Miss “V” the Gypsy Cowbelle: Unwilling or unable to let moss grow or dust settle beneath her feet, The Gypsy Cowbelle has launched her latest “Calamity Unleashed Tour” into the Black Hills country of South Dakota. Following up a reconnaissance trip last spring, Miss “V”
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Miss "V" weathers heat wave, fires and rattlesnakes during summer 2012 tour of the West

The Wyoming Arts Council follows the travels of roster artist Miss “V” the Gypsy Cowbelle: Unwilling or unable to let moss grow or dust settle beneath her feet, The Gypsy Cowbelle has launched her latest “Calamity Unleashed Tour” into the Black Hills country of South Dakota. Following up a reconnaissance trip last spring, Miss “V”
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Wyoming Shakespeare Festival Company on tour

Dave Geible as King Lear and Cassie Marple as Cordelia July is the month for Wyomingites to catch one of the Bard’s great dramas, King Lear. The Lander-based troupe begins their tour today in Torrington, giving theater fans across the state the opportunity to follow Lear’s descent into madness. Diane Springford, founder of the company, discusses the influence
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Artful Hand offers family-friendly paper-making during Art Design & Dine July 12

From Cheyenne artist Georgia Rowswell: What could be better fun than making paper on the porch in the good olde summertime! Come to the Artful Hand Studio & Gallery in Cheyenne and try your hand at pulling a sheet of handmade paper. Georgia Rowswell will teach you the basics and then let you go for it!
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Artful Hand offers family-friendly paper-making during Art Design & Dine July 12

From Cheyenne artist Georgia Rowswell: What could be better fun than making paper on the porch in the good olde summertime! Come to the Artful Hand Studio & Gallery in Cheyenne and try your hand at pulling a sheet of handmade paper. Georgia Rowswell will teach you the basics and then let you go for it!
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Summer Exhibitions and Events at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper

  This weekend marks your last chance to see El Caballo: The Horse in Mexican Folk Art at the Nicolaysen. The exhibition considers the storied tradition of the horse in Mexican visual culture, spanning geography and discipline. Until July 8 You can also catch two solo exhibitions, Tracy Linder: The Obligation to Endure and Abbie
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Greenhorse performs free concert July 11 at UW

Los Angeles-based band Greenhorse will perform a free concert from 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday, July 11, on the University of Wyoming Simpson Plaza. Although based in California, the three band members actually met in an antique music store in Wyoming. Self-described as an experimental cold-wave trio, Greenhorse has been influenced by a variety of musical
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