Thursday, April 14, 2011

Shining a spotlight on film, visual arts, food and the future this Thursday evening in Cheyenne

Remember the Art Design and Dine art walk from 5-8 p.m. Eight local galleries and exhibition spaces are open with new work this evening. Mixed-media artist Pravina Gondalia will be at Glen Garrett's Gallery, Haitian art will be on display at Clay Paper Scissors, glass artists will be at Prairie Wind and Deselms, the art of Ukrainian native Ringo Stavrowsky is at the Link Gallery, and Georgia Rowswell (sample of her work in photo) at the Nagle-Warren Mansion B&B Gallery.  

Also at the Link Gallery -- Alan O'Hashi will announce the line-up for the Cheyenne International Film Festival. The first festival last spring was fantastic and I'm looking forward to some boffo movies (and box office) this year. Get more info

And don't forget the food and beverages at Ruby Juice and the Laramie County Public Library Cafe, co-sponsors of the art walk.

Prior to the art walk from 4-5:30 p.m., the Cheyenne Arts Council will host a meeting at the Historic Atlas Theatre, 211 W. 16th St., to "present its mission, image, goals and action plan -- the arts community is invited to express interest and to get involved." Get more info at 307-222-4747 or

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