Wyoming Arts Council

April 3 is registration deadline for 20/20 session at CLICK! in Cody

From the UW Art Museum: Join the UW Art Museum at for a special statewide 20/20 session. When: Saturday, April 11, during lunch at the CLICK! Conference in Cody. Who: Artists, arts organizations, and arts educators from across the state What: Fast-paced presentations of 20 slides, each shown for 20 seconds for a presentation time
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Lakota Nation storyteller and musician Will Peters will be on stage in Casper March 26

From a UW-Casper press release: The Division of Social Work through the University of Wyoming at Casper and Casper College’s Addictionology Program will host “Walking in Two Worlds,” a talk by Lakota Nation citizen Will Peters, on March 26 from 9 a.m. to noon in Strausner Hall 217 on the Casper College campus. This free
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Closing reception for Eric Lee exhibition is March 21

The closing reception for Eric Lee’s exhibition at Clay Paper Scissors Studio & Gallery, 1513 Carey Ave. in downtown Cheyenne, will be held on Saturday, March 21, 4-7 p.m. A bit about Eric: Eric is a versatile artist who paints, collages, takes photographs and masterfully mixes techniques to create evocative artworks that remind us of places
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Wyoming Public Radio asks: What’s a fortepiano?

From the Wyoming Public Radio web site: Here’s something that will be of particular interest to anyone who’s ever played the piano. Chi-Chen Wu teaches piano at the University of Wyoming and has a new CD out this month. For this recording of Schumann’s sonatas for violin and piano, she uses an old version of the instrument: a
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Wyoming Public Radio asks: What's a fortepiano?

From the Wyoming Public Radio web site: Here’s something that will be of particular interest to anyone who’s ever played the piano. Chi-Chen Wu teaches piano at the University of Wyoming and has a new CD out this month. For this recording of Schumann’s sonatas for violin and piano, she uses an old version of the instrument: a
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Johnson County expands its library

 

Two UW students take first-place honors at regional theatre festival

Two University of Wyoming students won first-place honors at a regional theater festival and will compete for national honors at next month’s national festival at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Amber McNew, a senior from Houston, Texas, won the Irene Ryan acting competition, and Quinn Scicluna, a senior from
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Ten Wyoming artists approved for 2015-2016 Arts Council roster

Ten Wyoming artists were approved by the Wyoming Arts Council board to be included in the Council’s Artist Roster, which serves as a resource for communities seeking artists for festivals, performances and other types of art programs. More than 60 artists will be featured on the 2015-2016 roster. New roster artists are Laramie visual artist
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Ceili at the Roundhouse celebrates Celtic culture March 20-21 in Evanston

The Ceili at the Roundhouse Celtic Festival will be held March 20-21 in Evanston. Children 7 and under admitted FREE during daytime Festival hours: March 21, 3-7:30 pm and March 22, 10 am – 5:30 pm.Traditional Celtic music, entertainment, dancing, children’s activities, educational music and dance workshops, ethnic foods, “the drink,” and more. Held at
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Hamilton Loomis presents blues harmonica workshop April 8-9 in Casper

WYOMING BLUES & JAZZ SOCIETY PRESENTS: 2015 HARMONICA WORKSHOP With Hamilton Loomis By popular demand!! Let Hamilton teach you Blues Harmonica! The workshop is open to ages 12 and up and is for beginners. No prior musical training necessary. Hamilton will even provide your harmonica! Great for families too! Here are the details: THE DATES:
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