Wyoming Arts Council

UW screens "Freedom Riders" documentary

From a University of Wyoming press release: A documentary about the Freedom Riders — the civil rights activists who, in 1961, rode interstate buses into the segregated southern United States to challenge the non-enforcement of the U.S. Supreme Court decision which ruled that segregated public buses were unconstitutional — will be shown Thursday, March 5,
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Wyoming Symphony offers “Vive La France!” concert on March 21

March 21, 2015 – Vive La France! From the Wyoming Symphony in Casper: Join us for a quick getaway to the “City of Love” with this evening of music all by French composers. Ravel’s gentle homage to the 17th and 18th century — the golden era of French music—will set the tone for an evening of sumptuous
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Wyoming Symphony offers "Vive La France!" concert on March 21

March 21, 2015 – Vive La France! From the Wyoming Symphony in Casper: Join us for a quick getaway to the “City of Love” with this evening of music all by French composers. Ravel’s gentle homage to the 17th and 18th century — the golden era of French music—will set the tone for an evening of sumptuous
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Remembering the Holocaust through story and song

From the Wyoming Humanities Council: The WHC is proud to support Child Holocaust Survivor Estell Nadel and the Colorado Hebrew Chorale and Laramie Civic Choir in performance” at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 8, at the University of Wyoming Fine Arts Hall in Laramie. Nadel speaks about her Jewish family’s experience in Poland during WWII. The
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Cheyenne Chamber Singers present “A Choral Cabernet” on March 13

From the Cheyenne Chamber Singers: A light-hearted and fun-filled evening of wine, song, and friends with the Cheyenne Chamber Singers under the direction of Sean Ambrose. A CHORAL CABERNET is the occasion on March 13, 7:30 p.m., at the Kiwanis Community House in Lions Park in Cheyenne. Sip a gewürztraminer while listening to Schumann or
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Cheyenne Chamber Singers present "A Choral Cabernet" on March 13

From the Cheyenne Chamber Singers: A light-hearted and fun-filled evening of wine, song, and friends with the Cheyenne Chamber Singers under the direction of Sean Ambrose. A CHORAL CABERNET is the occasion on March 13, 7:30 p.m., at the Kiwanis Community House in Lions Park in Cheyenne. Sip a gewürztraminer while listening to Schumann or
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Call for entries: WOW’s Celebrate Earth Day Show

From Works of Wyoming: Calling All Artists Celebrate Earth Day Show Recycle – Re Use – Re Purpose. Using local repurposed materials, be creative and get funky! Let’s Celebrate Earth Day with an Art Show!  Looking for; Jewelry, 2-D, 3-D, Sculptures, Mobiles, wearable’s.  You name it, it’s welcome! Yarn from old cloths Imagine the possibilities! Celebrate Earth Day!
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Call for entries: WOW's Celebrate Earth Day Show

From Works of Wyoming: Calling All Artists Celebrate Earth Day Show Recycle – Re Use – Re Purpose. Using local repurposed materials, be creative and get funky! Let’s Celebrate Earth Day with an Art Show!  Looking for; Jewelry, 2-D, 3-D, Sculptures, Mobiles, wearable’s.  You name it, it’s welcome! Yarn from old cloths Imagine the possibilities! Celebrate Earth Day!
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35th annual Red Desert Audubon Wildlife Art Show debuts March 7

“Park Gulls,” Sallie Wesaw From the Lander Art Center: The 35th Annual Red Desert Audubon Wildlife Art Show opens Friday, March 7, at the Lander Art Center with a public reception from 6-8 p.m. This exhibition celebrates artwork depicting residential or migratory flora and fauna. Wyoming’s plants and wildlife inspires all generations to create artwork. The
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Rick Kempa will lead spring workshop for WyoPoets

The WyoPoets spring workshop will be held on Saturday. April 18, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., at the Fort Caspar Museum, 4001 Fort Caspar Rd., Casper. Fee for the workshop ius $50, which includes admission to the museum. Rick Kempa, a poet, essayist and English professor at Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs, will lead the
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