Wyoming Arts Council

Dancers' Workshop in Jackson sponsors "Thriller" Workshop & Zombie Crawl

This announcement comes from Dancers’ Workshop in Jackson: Put on your finest Zombie makeup and attire, and learn the classic choreography to Michael Jackson’s THRILLER, just in time for Halloween! Snacks will be provided, but BYOB [brains]. Following instruction and rehearsal, Zombies will “crawl” out of the Studio and in to the town to surprise
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“Zelestina Urza in Outer Space” returns to the road

Buffalo writer and musician David Romtvedt conducted a tour of the state Aug. 19-27 with a series of readings from his new novel, “Zelestina Urza in Outer Space.” He also talked about Basque history and, with accompanist Caitlin Belem, performed Basque songs and led audiences in Basque dances. After a break in September, the duo will
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"Zelestina Urza in Outer Space" returns to the road

Buffalo writer and musician David Romtvedt conducted a tour of the state Aug. 19-27 with a series of readings from his new novel, “Zelestina Urza in Outer Space.” He also talked about Basque history and, with accompanist Caitlin Belem, performed Basque songs and led audiences in Basque dances. After a break in September, the duo will
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Daly, McNutt and Smail to receive creativity awards Oct. 14 in Jackson

From the Cultural Council of Jackson Hole Meg Daly, Jim McNutt, and Ed Smail will be recognized for their extraordinary dedication to the cultural fabric of Jackson Hole at a community celebration co-hosted by CCJH and the Center of Wonder on October 14 at Tayloe Piggott Gallery in Jackson. Meg Daly was nominated for the 2015 Creative
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PALS gives shout out to all who helped bring Missoula Children’s Theatre to Lander

This info comes from Promoting Arts in the Lander Schools (PALS): Missoula Children’s Theater (MCT) and Lander kids partnered to put an a production of “Aladdin” on September 19.  How amazing is it that it all takes place in ONE WEEK–learning scripts, songs, dances, rehearsing, and performing?! Thank-you to MCT volunteers extraordinaire: Susan Gose and
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PALS gives shout out to all who helped bring Missoula Children's Theatre to Lander

This info comes from Promoting Arts in the Lander Schools (PALS): Missoula Children’s Theater (MCT) and Lander kids partnered to put an a production of “Aladdin” on September 19.  How amazing is it that it all takes place in ONE WEEK–learning scripts, songs, dances, rehearsing, and performing?! Thank-you to MCT volunteers extraordinaire: Susan Gose and
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Cheyenne’s Aviation History Topic of Casper Celebration

The Sixth Annual Western History Center Celebration for American Archives Month will look at the aviation history of Cheyenne on Friday, Oct. 9. The presentation, by Mike Kassel, curator at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum and adjunct professor of modern United States and Wyoming history at Laramie County Community College, will look at
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Legacy of the Plains Museum in Gering, NE, hosts Oct. 11 Dutch Hop event

Wyoming has been actively involved in the Dutch Hop Documentary Project. Here’s an event just across the border on Sunday: Celebrate the Dutch Hop at Legacy of the Plains Museum on Sunday, Oct. 11, 1-4 p.m., at 2930 Old Oregon Trail in Gering, Nebraska. There will be an update on Dutch Hop Documentary Project, History
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Celebrating fine craft artwork in Cheyenne

From Clay Paper Scissors Gallery: Clay Paper Scissors Gallery in downtown Cheyenne is featuring local artists Carol McDonald and Georgia Rowswell through November. The show opens on Oct. 8 during the next Art Design and Dine event from 5-8 p.m. Excellent craftsmanship is a hallmark of enduring artwork that bring pleasure every time it is looked
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Gregory Hinton presents “Out West” program Oct. 21 at the Sheridan Fulmer Library

About the program: Sheridan Fulmer Library, in cooperation with the University of Wyoming’s American Heritage Center, Sheridan College Library and the Sheridan College GayStraight Alliance, will host author, filmmaker and historian Gregory Hinton at Sheridan Fulmer Library, 335 West Alger Street, Sheridan, on Oct. 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the Inner Circle. Hinton, a Wyoming son,
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