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Wyoming Dept. of State Parks and Cultural Resources holds March 25 meet-and-greet in Gillette

Residents of Gillette and surrounding areas are invited to a meet-and-greet session with administrators of the Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources, March 25 from 6-7 p.m. at the Campbell County Library, 2101 S. 4-J Road. The meeting will provide residents with an opportunity to meet with Director Milward Simpson, State Parks Administrator
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Filmmaker Karsonya Whitehead: “Notes from a Colored Girl: Using Archival Sources to Reconstruct History”

From a University of Wyoming press release: Karsonya Whitehead, who meets regularly with President Barack Obama to discuss civil rights and gender issues, and has researched race issues in Ferguson, Mo., will be at the University of Wyoming Tuesday, March 24, for a workshop and public talk. Whitehead, an assistant professor of communication and African
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Filmmaker Karsonya Whitehead: "Notes from a Colored Girl: Using Archival Sources to Reconstruct History"

From a University of Wyoming press release: Karsonya Whitehead, who meets regularly with President Barack Obama to discuss civil rights and gender issues, and has researched race issues in Ferguson, Mo., will be at the University of Wyoming Tuesday, March 24, for a workshop and public talk. Whitehead, an assistant professor of communication and African
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“Wit of Will Rogers and the Woman Behind the Wit, Betty Rogers” March 26 in Casper

From a Casper College press release: Richard and Mary Maturi will give a presentation titled: “Wit of Will Rogers and the Woman Behind the Wit, Betty Rogers,” as part of the Casper College Western History Center’s 32nd Annual Western History Celebration on Thursday, March 26 from 5-7 p.m. “It is our pleasure to host Richard
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Ai Weiwei’s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” exhibit comes to Jackson this summer

This promises to be an amazing exhibit: Animal sightings are common in Jackson Hole, but the cultural significance of animals beyond the region will be further explored when the National Museum of Wildlife Art hosts Ai Weiwei’s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” from May 9 through October 11. The monumental sculptural suite of 12 bronze heads
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Teresa Jordan and Hal Cannon conduct Rock Springs workshops on March 26

  At Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs: Hal Cannon and Teresa Jordan will be on campus this week for series of events: Thursday, March 26, 1-3:30 p.m. writing workshops: Teresa Jordan, “The Illuminated Idea: The Quirky Marriage of Images and Words,” in WWCC Room 1406 Hal Cannon, “Documenting the Ephemeral: How to Get
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Mark Jenkins talks about “The Viet Cong, Splelunkers and the Biggest Cave on Earth” March 24

From a Casper College news release: The Tate Geological Museum will be co-sponsoring a talk by Mark Jenkins titled “Vietnam Underground: The Viet Cong, Spelunkers and the Biggest Cave on Earth’ on Tuesday, March 24 at 7 p.m. Jenkins, a field staff writer for National Geographic and a writer-in-residence at the University of Wyoming, “will
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Mark Jenkins talks about "The Viet Cong, Splelunkers and the Biggest Cave on Earth" March 24

From a Casper College news release: The Tate Geological Museum will be co-sponsoring a talk by Mark Jenkins titled “Vietnam Underground: The Viet Cong, Spelunkers and the Biggest Cave on Earth’ on Tuesday, March 24 at 7 p.m. Jenkins, a field staff writer for National Geographic and a writer-in-residence at the University of Wyoming, “will
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UW Jazz Festival features clinics and performances by Tierney Sutton and Lonnie Smith

From a University of Wyoming press release: More than 600 junior and senior high students will be on the University of Wyoming campus Thursday, March 26, and Friday, March 27, to participate in the 2015 UW Jazz Festival. Students will receive instruction at the Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. The UW Department of Music
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