Wyoming Arts Council

Laramie’s Dauphin to Perform Concert at UW June 17

Dauphin, an acoustic duo, will perform as part of the University of Wyoming Summer Programs concert series Wednesday, June 17, from 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. on Simpson Plaza. The Laramie-based band replaces previously announced folk/bluegrass band Rich With Friends. The event is free and open to the public. Band members Jason Burge and Ray Mitchell play
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Contemporary Dance Wyoming opens summer season June 18-19

News from Dancers’ Workshop in Jackson: Summer has finally arrived in Jackson Hole, and with it comes a new schedule of events at Dancers’ Workshop. The endless amount of outdoor activities to choose from in the Greater Yellowstone area are one reason why many flock to Jackson in the summer.  The art fairs, music festivals and
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UW Art Museum celebrates the solstice on June 20

From a University of Wyoming press release: Public events including the annual summer solstice celebration are scheduled Saturday, June 20, at the University of Wyoming Art Museum. The free solstice celebration is from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., recognizing the longest day of the year and the official beginning of summer. Every year at exactly noon on
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Forrest E. Mars, Jr., Building at the Brinton Museum opens June 15

The following story was featured on the Wyoming Public Radio web site on June 12. It’s by Micah Schweizer. You can read the entire piece by going here. Here’s the story of how a museum nearly closed but instead reinvented itself with a brand new building and a major American Indian art collection. The new
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July 22-24 CSU Symposium addresses "Crisis and Creativity"

Our creative colleagues down the road at Colorado State University are holding a “Crisis and Creativity” symposium July 22-24 in Fort Collins. Presenters include poets, artists, educators, environmental scientists and activists. According to organizer, poet and CSU professor Dan Beachy-Quick: “We’re concerned with the ways in which creativity, be it in words or in making,
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July 22-24 CSU Symposium addresses “Crisis and Creativity”

Our creative colleagues down the road at Colorado State University are holding a “Crisis and Creativity” symposium July 22-24 in Fort Collins. Presenters include poets, artists, educators, environmental scientists and activists. According to organizer, poet and CSU professor Dan Beachy-Quick: “We’re concerned with the ways in which creativity, be it in words or in making,
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Call for submissions: 2016 Wyoming Travelers Journal

Kaitlyn Anderson at the Wyoming Office of Tourism sent the following notice about submissions for the 2016 Travelers Journal. We know that the summer of 2015 has barely begun, but Tourism is planning ahead. If you have firm dates on your 2016 arts and cultural event, contact Kaitlyn. Here’s the info: Every year, the Wyoming
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Project Healing Waters sponsors third annual fly tying contest

From the Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing web site: We are pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Fly Tying Contest! The Fly Tying Contest is way for PHWFF program participants to showcase the skills, talents, and creativity garnered from program classes, meetings, and independent study in a casual, fun contest. Only individuals who meet the
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Want to learn how to perform a monologue for a theatre audition?

From the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players: The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players are putting on an audition workshop focused on how to perform a monologue. The CLTP requests monologues from those auditioning for its fall theatre line-up which includes Spamalot, Laughter on the 23rd Floor & Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol. When: Saturday June 20 Where: Mary Godfrey
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Heart Mountain and Ireland’s Great Hunger two of the topics set for UW summer institute

Public programs on topics ranging from refugees in Wyoming to insights about museum and memorial sites around the world will be presented daily during the Summer Institute on Human Rights at the University of Wyoming. Barbara Logan, a UW lecturer in history and women’s studies, will open the conference Sunday, June 14, at 7 p.m.
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