Wyoming Arts Council

UW’s Happy Jacks on the road next week for series of free concerts

  Janelle Fletcher-Kilmer, a WAC board member and director of UW Cultural Programs and Fine Arts Outreach, sent this notice: Here’s a list of free Happy Jacks concerts next week around Wyoming: Monday, March 16:  7 p.m.; Kelly Walsh HS Auditorium; Casper Tuesday, March 17: 7 p.m.; Buffalo High School; guests of the Buffalo High
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UW's Happy Jacks on the road next week for series of free concerts

  Janelle Fletcher-Kilmer, a WAC board member and director of UW Cultural Programs and Fine Arts Outreach, sent this notice: Here’s a list of free Happy Jacks concerts next week around Wyoming: Monday, March 16:  7 p.m.; Kelly Walsh HS Auditorium; Casper Tuesday, March 17: 7 p.m.; Buffalo High School; guests of the Buffalo High
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See, touch, hear and learn about music March 28 in Sheridan

Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper invites executive director applicants

From a Nicolaysen Art Museum press release: The Nicolaysen Art Museum (“the NIC”), located in beautiful Casper, Wyoming, invites applications for the position of executive director. In addition to being accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) and the premiere Contemporary Art Museum in Wyoming, the NIC is a cultural hub for Casper and
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“Julius Caesar” moves to the 1940s in Casper College adaptation

From a Casper College press release: The Casper College Department of Theatre and Dance will transport Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” to the late 1940s for the department’s next production in the Empey Studio Theatre. Under the direction of Dr. William Conte, program director of theatre and dance and theatre instructor, “’Julius Caesar’ chronicles the revolution that
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"Julius Caesar" moves to the 1940s in Casper College adaptation

From a Casper College press release: The Casper College Department of Theatre and Dance will transport Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” to the late 1940s for the department’s next production in the Empey Studio Theatre. Under the direction of Dr. William Conte, program director of theatre and dance and theatre instructor, “’Julius Caesar’ chronicles the revolution that
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American for the Arts: Keep the Arts Alive in Education Reform

This action alert comes from Americans for the Arts in Washington, D.C.: Action Alert Sign the National Petition to Keep the Arts Alive in Education Reform The House will begin today on a series of education reform amendments to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). What Congress does now could have a devastating impact
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“Equality States: New Work by June Glasson” opens March 13 in Jackson

From the Center for the Arts in Jackson: Equality States: New Work by June Glasson EXHIBIT OPENING: Friday, March 13 | 5:30-7 p.m. The Center Theater Gallery “Equality States” features a selection of recent paintings, collages, and mixed media sculptures that examine and play with the idea of the American “West.”  I am interested in creating
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"Equality States: New Work by June Glasson" opens March 13 in Jackson

From the Center for the Arts in Jackson: Equality States: New Work by June Glasson EXHIBIT OPENING: Friday, March 13 | 5:30-7 p.m. The Center Theater Gallery “Equality States” features a selection of recent paintings, collages, and mixed media sculptures that examine and play with the idea of the American “West.”  I am interested in creating
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WYO Art Factory seeks children’s artwork for fund-raiser

This comes from a WYO Art Factory press release: The WYO Art Factory in Cheyenne is looking for 2D and 3D artwork  from children of all ages to be shown and sold on Thursday, May 14, from 5-8 p.m. Twenty percent of the sale price will be mailed to the artists by June 1. All other proceeds
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