Wyoming Arts Council

Echo Roy Klaproth conducts children’s creative writing workshop May 16 at Brinton Museum

The Brinton Museum in Big Horn will host Wyoming Poet Laureate Echo Roy Klaproth on Saturday, May 16, for a two-hour children’s creative writing workshop held on the museum grounds. This event is presented in conjunction with Science Kids and is offered as a free program to children. A first-ever collaboration with Poet Laureate Echo
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Echo Roy Klaproth conducts children's creative writing workshop May 16 at Brinton Museum

The Brinton Museum in Big Horn will host Wyoming Poet Laureate Echo Roy Klaproth on Saturday, May 16, for a two-hour children’s creative writing workshop held on the museum grounds. This event is presented in conjunction with Science Kids and is offered as a free program to children. A first-ever collaboration with Poet Laureate Echo
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NEA collecting arts stories for its 50th anniversary

From the National Endowment for the Arts: Beginning on September 29, the National Endowment for the Arts will begin celebrating its 50th anniversary year. To better recount the story of the NEA and the arts in America, the agency is calling for stories of how the arts and the NEA have influenced the lives of
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Judges announced for May 30 "Sing Off" in Jackson

  From a press release: Cathedral Voices is pleased to announce the preliminary judges for Jackson’s second SING OFF – a competition and fundraiser event on May 30 in the Theater Lobby at the Center for the Arts.  Broadway veteran Gina Feliccia and freelance theatre artist and playwright Caryn Flanagan will select the final contestants to
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Judges announced for May 30 “Sing Off” in Jackson

  From a press release: Cathedral Voices is pleased to announce the preliminary judges for Jackson’s second SING OFF – a competition and fundraiser event on May 30 in the Theater Lobby at the Center for the Arts.  Broadway veteran Gina Feliccia and freelance theatre artist and playwright Caryn Flanagan will select the final contestants to
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Jackson celebrates Russian Art Weekend May 16-17

Ninth annual "May… Or Maybe Not" concert set for Casper

From a Casper College press release: The Casper College Concert Band will present the “Ninth Annual May … or Maybe Not” Concert on Saturday, May 9, at 3 p.m. in the Wheeler Concert Hall in Casper. “For this year’s concert the band will play selections from four pieces: ‘The Swallow’s Migration,’ ‘Oceanic Scenes,’ ‘Jungle Fantasy,’
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Ninth annual “May… Or Maybe Not” concert set for Casper

From a Casper College press release: The Casper College Concert Band will present the “Ninth Annual May … or Maybe Not” Concert on Saturday, May 9, at 3 p.m. in the Wheeler Concert Hall in Casper. “For this year’s concert the band will play selections from four pieces: ‘The Swallow’s Migration,’ ‘Oceanic Scenes,’ ‘Jungle Fantasy,’
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New Design Competition for World War One Memorial

From a press release: On May 21st, 2015, the U.S. World War I Centennial Commission will open a design competition for a National World War I Memorial in Washington, DC. A formal kickoff press event will take place at the National Press Club in Washington DC on Thursday, May 21st, at 2:00 pm.  The press
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Climbing icon and author John Long headlines library’s Mountain Story Literary Festival

From the Teton County Public Library in Jackson: Look inside many a Teton climber’s backpack and you’re sure to find a book by climbing icon and best-selling author John Long, from How to Rock Climb to the Trad Climber’s Bible. Long will be the keynote speaker for the library’s 3rd annual Mountain Story, a three-day
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