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BBCW curators collaborate on updated version of historic book

Article by Nancy McClure at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody: After a trip to northwest Wyoming in 1899, Ernest Thompson Seton published Wahb: The Biography of a Grizzly through a series of three articles for Century Magazine, and then the story appeared in book form in 1900. More than a hundred
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Scott Turpen and Chi-Chen Wu presents the “Modern Saxophone Sonata” on Sept. 25

From a UW press release: The University of Wyoming Department of Music’s Faculty Recital Series continues Friday, Sept. 25, at 7:30 p.m. with the “Modern Saxophone Sonata.” The free public performance will be in the Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts new recital hall. Professor Scott Turpen, saxophone, and Assistant Professor Chi-Chen Wu, piano, will
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Scott Turpen and Chi-Chen Wu presents the "Modern Saxophone Sonata" on Sept. 25

From a UW press release: The University of Wyoming Department of Music’s Faculty Recital Series continues Friday, Sept. 25, at 7:30 p.m. with the “Modern Saxophone Sonata.” The free public performance will be in the Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts new recital hall. Professor Scott Turpen, saxophone, and Assistant Professor Chi-Chen Wu, piano, will
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Mark Brammer named new director of Wyoming State Museum

Congratulations to our State Parks and Cultural Resources colleague, Mark Bramer. Here’s the news: Mark Brammer, who has spent 20 years of service at various museums throughout the country, has been hired as director of the Wyoming State Museum. Brammer has served as the supervisor of exhibits and programs at the State Museum for the
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WAC roster artist Meg Thompson featured in Laramie Boomerang article

On August 1, Laramie woodworking artist Meg Thompson won the 2015 Best in Show for Woodworking at the 46th Annual Kimball Arts Festival in historic Park City, Utah. More than 230-juried artists competed for the prestigious awards that brought in over 60,000 buyers. Thompson is renowned throughout the state of Wyoming for both her woodworking
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WAC roster artist Meg Thompson featured in Laramie Boomerang article

On August 1, Laramie woodworking artist Meg Thompson won the 2015 Best in Show for Woodworking at the 46th Annual Kimball Arts Festival in historic Park City, Utah. More than 230-juried artists competed for the prestigious awards that brought in over 60,000 buyers. Thompson is renowned throughout the state of Wyoming for both her woodworking
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Historian Mark E. Baker discusses “The Race to Save Fontenelle Dam” tonight in Rock Springs

From a Western Wyoming Community College press release: Western Wyoming Community College and the History Program join the Sweetwater County Historical Society on Tuesday, Sept. 22 in presenting a look back at a major event in the history of water reclamation in Southwest Wyoming: “The Race to Save Fontenelle Dam.” Historian Mark E. Baker will
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Historian Mark E. Baker discusses "The Race to Save Fontenelle Dam" tonight in Rock Springs

From a Western Wyoming Community College press release: Western Wyoming Community College and the History Program join the Sweetwater County Historical Society on Tuesday, Sept. 22 in presenting a look back at a major event in the history of water reclamation in Southwest Wyoming: “The Race to Save Fontenelle Dam.” Historian Mark E. Baker will
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Aaron Wallis's "The Street Bible" series featured at SLC gallery

This announcement comes from the Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts in Salt Lake City The Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts is pleased to present “The Street Bible,” an ongoing series of prints by Jackson, Wyo., artist Aaron Wallis, depicting rappers, drug-dealers, and gang leaders in the context of Christian iconography and the illuminated
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Aaron Wallis’s “The Street Bible” series featured at SLC gallery

This announcement comes from the Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts in Salt Lake City The Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts is pleased to present “The Street Bible,” an ongoing series of prints by Jackson, Wyo., artist Aaron Wallis, depicting rappers, drug-dealers, and gang leaders in the context of Christian iconography and the illuminated
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