Wyoming Arts Council

UW Writing Project and Dept. of Ed team up for week-long writing workshop in Laramie

This info comes from a UW press release. Writing Project workshops are great because writing teachers take classes from actual writers who also have teaching experience. It’s fun too, and includes an open mic session July 18 at Night Heron Books with some fine Laramie writers. The sessions start July 16 so sign up soon. Here are
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Clay Paper Scissors features Lotte Paul’s flowers and landscapes

From Camellia El-Antably of the Clay Paper Scissors Gallery in Cheyenne: For those of you who have not yet seen Lotte Paul’s paintings, they are still up at Clay Paper Scissors Gallery & Studio through July! Lotte painted prolifically for many years and especially loved flowers and landscapes. They are being sold for very reasonable
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Clay Paper Scissors features Lotte Paul's flowers and landscapes

From Camellia El-Antably of the Clay Paper Scissors Gallery in Cheyenne: For those of you who have not yet seen Lotte Paul’s paintings, they are still up at Clay Paper Scissors Gallery & Studio through July! Lotte painted prolifically for many years and especially loved flowers and landscapes. They are being sold for very reasonable
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Casting call for "Cheyenne Cab"

From Punched in the Head Productions: “Do you want a chance to be on TV? New York City based television production company is looking for regular people to drive taxicabs for Cheyenne Frontier Days. This is an opportunity to drive for a local cab company, with the potential to participate in a new reality television
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Casting call for "Cheyenne Cab"

From Punched in the Head Productions: “Do you want a chance to be on TV? New York City based television production company is looking for regular people to drive taxicabs for Cheyenne Frontier Days. This is an opportunity to drive for a local cab company, with the potential to participate in a new reality television
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MT Shakespeare in the Parks brings "Twelfth Night" to Sanders Park in Worland July 19

MT Shakespeare in the Parks brings "Twelfth Night" to Sanders Park in Worland July 19

Three Laramie artists featured in "Gold Mines!" exhibit in Wendover

Promos for “Gold Mines!” exhibit of work by three Laramie artists It’s always nice to get a thank you note, especially when it’s accompanied by a funky color postcard and a six-pack of matchboxes.  Shelby Shadwell, artist and UW art prof, sent a “thank you” to the Wyoming Arts Council for an Individual Artist Professional Development (IAPD)
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Three Laramie artists featured in "Gold Mines!" exhibit in Wendover

Promos for “Gold Mines!” exhibit of work by three Laramie artists It’s always nice to get a thank you note, especially when it’s accompanied by a funky color postcard and a six-pack of matchboxes.  Shelby Shadwell, artist and UW art prof, sent a “thank you” to the Wyoming Arts Council for an Individual Artist Professional Development (IAPD)
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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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