Friday, December 17, 2010

See you in Cheyenne Feb. 11 for 29th annual Governor's Arts Awards

Save the date for the 29th Governor’s Arts Awards

February 11, 2011, 6-10 p.m.

Little American Grand Ballroom, Cheyenne

Watch your mail for the invitation. Please contact our office at to be added to our print mail list.

Join us in celebrating these 2010 awardees selected for their substantial contributions to Wyoming’s arts:

The Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum showcases the work of masters in an historic setting, provides art education and helps regional artists; it is the most popular tourist attraction in Sheridan County.

Michael Masterson of Powell is recognized for his expertise and leadership in vocal and instrumental music education. He is the foremost expert on the music of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Cowboy Band and, as director of the award-winning Northwest Studio Singers, set the standard for middle and high school jazz choirs for over two decades.

Nancy Curtis of Glendo was chosen for her contribution to writing, establishing the High Plains Press and her commitment to the preservation of history and the written word.

pARTners has created an innovative method of funding art programs in Jackson schools and incorporating art into other subjects. It promotes creativity in private and public schools’ curriculum by bringing artists into classrooms to collaborate with teachers.

Stage III Community Theatre has entertained Casper audiences for 30 years and provided an opportunity for actors, directors, designers and stage crews to hone their craft.