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Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time 7:00 PM
Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time @ Sheridan College, Whitney Concert Hall
Mar 1 @ 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time @ Sheridan College, Whitney Concert Hall | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
Tibet and China have had a complex relationship for 1500 years. Wars have been fought, treaties signed, then ignored in the next conquest. But there was always trade. In this presentation, National Geographic writer Mark
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Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time 6:30 PM
Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time @ Northwest College, Yellowstone Building
Mar 2 @ 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time @ Northwest College, Yellowstone Building | Powell | Wyoming | United States
Tibet and China have had a complex relationship for 1500 years. Wars have been fought, treaties signed, then ignored in the next conquest. But there was always trade. In this presentation, National Geographic writer Mark
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World Languages Day: Planetarium Shows 6:30 PM
World Languages Day: Planetarium Shows @ University of Wyoming campus
Mar 3 @ 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
World Languages Day: Planetarium Shows @ University of Wyoming campus
World Languages Day (WLD) introduces Wyoming foreign language students to the University of Wyoming campus, exposes them to experts from around the world, and leaves a lasting impression of friendship and global understanding. Last year,
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Saturday U Jackson 8:30 AM
Saturday U Jackson @ National Museum of Wildlife Art
Mar 4 @ 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Saturday U Jackson @ National Museum of Wildlife Art | Jackson | Wyoming | United States
Go back to school for a day, minus the tests, stress and homework. Each Saturday U term features lectures from three outstanding University of Wyoming professors. Following the lectures, all three professors will participate in
World Languages Day: Workshops 1:00 PM
World Languages Day: Workshops @ University of Wyoming campus
Mar 4 @ 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
World Languages Day: Workshops @ University of Wyoming campus
World Languages Day (WLD) introduces Wyoming foreign language students to the University of Wyoming campus, exposes them to experts from around the world, and leaves a lasting impression of friendship and global understanding. Last year,
Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time 2:30 PM
Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time @ Cody Theatre
Mar 4 @ 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time @ Cody Theatre | Cody | Wyoming | United States
Tibet and China have had a complex relationship for 1500 years. Wars have been fought, treaties signed, then ignored in the next conquest. But there was always trade. In this presentation, National Geographic writer Mark
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Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time 5:30 PM
Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time @ National Museum of Wildlife Art
Mar 5 @ 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Tea, Trade and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time @ National Museum of Wildlife Art | Jackson | Wyoming | United States
Tibet and China have had a complex relationship for 1500 years. Wars have been fought, treaties signed, then ignored in the next conquest. But there was always trade. In this presentation, National Geographic writer Mark
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“Hand to God”: a “Creation Station” Production 7:00 PM
“Hand to God”: a “Creation Station” Production @ University of Wyoming Ag Auditorium
Mar 7 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
"Hand to God": a "Creation Station" Production @ University of Wyoming Ag Auditorium | Laramie | Wyoming | United States
Come see The Queen’s Players perform the fresh-off-Broadway play, Hand to God, followed by an interactive talk back with scholar Lori Howe. This dynamic play is the award-winning child of New York playwright Robert Askins. 
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“Hand to God”: a “Creation Station” Production 7:00 PM
“Hand to God”: a “Creation Station” Production @ University of Wyoming Ag Auditorium
Mar 8 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
"Hand to God": a "Creation Station" Production @ University of Wyoming Ag Auditorium | Laramie | Wyoming | United States
Come see The Queen’s Players perform the fresh-off-Broadway play, Hand to God, followed by an interactive talk back with scholar Lori Howe. This dynamic play is the award-winning child of New York playwright Robert Askins. 
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Read, Rant, Relate: “Our House” 7:00 PM
Read, Rant, Relate: “Our House” @ Relative Theatrics Studio, Room 278 of the Laramie Plains Civic Center
Mar 9 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Read, Rant, Relate: "Our House" @ Relative Theatrics Studio, Room 278 of the Laramie Plains Civic Center | Laramie | Wyoming | United States
Experience a new piece of contemporary dramatic literature every month with Relative Theatrics. Participants will engage directly with modern plays by listening to actor-led readings of the texts, then joining discussions breaking down the thematic
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 15 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward 9:45 AM
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward @ Natrona County High School
Mar 15 @ 9:45 AM – 11:45 AM
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward @ Natrona County High School | Casper | Wyoming | United States
How does Islam interact with Modernity?  Given the contemporary discourse about issues related to Islam, it is important to discuss matters such as conservative or fundamentalist religious movements, human right issues, politicized religion and misgovernment,
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward 5:30 PM
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward @ Lander Bar Coulter Loft
Mar 15 @ 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward @ Lander Bar Coulter Loft | Lander | Wyoming | United States
Given the contemporary discourse about issues related to Islam, it is important to discuss matters such as conservative or fundamentalist religious movements, human right issues, politicized religion and misgovernment, religion and science, and many others
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 16 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward 12:00 PM
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward @ Northwest Community College
Mar 16 @ 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward @ Northwest Community College | Powell | Wyoming | United States
Given the contemporary discourse about issues related to Islam, it is important to discuss matters such as conservative or fundamentalist religious movements, human right issues, politicized religion and misgovernment, religion and science, and many others
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward 6:00 PM
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward @ Park County Library
Mar 16 @ 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Topics in Religious Studies: Issues in Contemporary Islam with Seth Ward @ Park County Library  | Cody | Wyoming | United States
Given the contemporary discourse about issues related to Islam, it is important to discuss matters such as conservative or fundamentalist religious movements, human right issues, politicized religion and misgovernment, religion and science, and many others
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 17 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 18 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
Joel Ostlind Printmaking Demonstration
Joel Ostlind Printmaking Demonstration @ Brinton Museum
Mar 18 all-day
Joel Ostlind Printmaking Demonstration @ Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum will host a printmaking demonstration on intaglio by Wyoming artist Joel Ostlind in the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery on Saturday, March 18 at 1 p.m. Ostlind will demonstrate the intaglio process by
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12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence
12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum
Mar 19 all-day
12th Illustrator Show - the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents its 12th Illustrator Show – The Art of John Potter, featuring works by award-winning artist and illustrator John Potter of Red Lodge, Montana. The Illustrator Show opens on March 15th in
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 19 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
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12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence
12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum
Mar 20 all-day
12th Illustrator Show - the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents its 12th Illustrator Show – The Art of John Potter, featuring works by award-winning artist and illustrator John Potter of Red Lodge, Montana. The Illustrator Show opens on March 15th in
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 20 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
Spies, Secrecy and the CIA in a Democracy: How it all works! with Pat Stuart 6:30 PM
Spies, Secrecy and the CIA in a Democracy: How it all works! with Pat Stuart @ Northwest College
Mar 20 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Spies, Secrecy and the CIA in a Democracy: How it all works!  with Pat Stuart @ Northwest College | Powell | Wyoming | United States
Join retired CIA Station Chief Pat Stuart and learn about who America’s spies are and what they do.    Hear how America’s intelligence community developed, how its spies work, and the bureaucratic and administrative checks
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12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence
12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum
Mar 21 all-day
12th Illustrator Show - the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents its 12th Illustrator Show – The Art of John Potter, featuring works by award-winning artist and illustrator John Potter of Red Lodge, Montana. The Illustrator Show opens on March 15th in
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 21 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart 6:30 PM
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Northwest College Cody Center
Mar 21 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Northwest College Cody Center | Cody | Wyoming | United States
Join retired CIA Station Chief Pat Stuart for True Stories from the Espionage Wars. Stuart shares her personal stories and perceptions of what life is like for our covert warriors; describing both personal and professional
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12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence
12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum
Mar 22 all-day
12th Illustrator Show - the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents its 12th Illustrator Show – The Art of John Potter, featuring works by award-winning artist and illustrator John Potter of Red Lodge, Montana. The Illustrator Show opens on March 15th in
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 22 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart 6:30 PM
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Community Center Northwest College CTD
Mar 22 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Community Center Northwest College CTD  | Worland | Wyoming | United States
Join retired CIA Station Chief Pat Stuart for True Stories from the Espionage Wars. Stuart shares her personal stories and perceptions of what life is like for our covert warriors; describing both personal and professional
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12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence
12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum
Mar 23 all-day
12th Illustrator Show - the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents its 12th Illustrator Show – The Art of John Potter, featuring works by award-winning artist and illustrator John Potter of Red Lodge, Montana. The Illustrator Show opens on March 15th in
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 23 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi 6:30 PM
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi @ Albany County Library
Mar 23 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi @ Albany County Library  | Laramie | Wyoming | United States
Join Richard Maturi for “They Were Good Americans”, the true to life story of the Kipling’s Error B-17 crew during World War II.  Based on the World War II exploits of Captain Lloyd Brooks Mitchell,
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12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence
12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum
Mar 24 all-day
12th Illustrator Show - the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents its 12th Illustrator Show – The Art of John Potter, featuring works by award-winning artist and illustrator John Potter of Red Lodge, Montana. The Illustrator Show opens on March 15th in
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 24 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
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12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence
12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum
Mar 25 all-day
12th Illustrator Show - the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents its 12th Illustrator Show – The Art of John Potter, featuring works by award-winning artist and illustrator John Potter of Red Lodge, Montana. The Illustrator Show opens on March 15th in
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 25 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 26 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 27 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 28 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 29 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 30 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi 7:00 PM
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi @ Laramie County Library
Mar 30 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi @ Laramie County Library  | Cheyenne | Wyoming | United States
Join Richard Maturi for “They Were Good Americans”, the true to life story of the Kipling’s Error B-17 crew during World War II.  Based on the World War II exploits of Captain Lloyd Brooks Mitchell,
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 31 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States
The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S.
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12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum
Mar 24 all-day
12th Illustrator Show - the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States

The Brinton Museum presents its 12th Illustrator Show – The Art of John Potter, featuring works by award-winning artist and illustrator John Potter of Red Lodge, Montana. The Illustrator Show opens on March 15th in the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery and includes more than forty of Potter’s original drawings and pencil sketches from a series of children’s storybooks by author Lynn Estes Friess of Jackson, Wyoming. Lynn’s enchanting children’s books about Carl, an inquisitive chipmunk, and Carl’s delightfully precocious animal friends are published by Mariposa Ranch Press, an independent children’s book publisher located near Cody. Artwork from the Carl series is generously on loan from the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, courtesy of Lynn and Foster Friess. Additional works in the exhibit include a selection of Potter’s colorful, original drawings from the delightful children’s book, Pony Bob’s Daring Ride: A Pony Express Adventure, a story about a rider of the famous Pony Express, with text by Joe Bensen, published by Falcon Press Publishing Co. A reception to meet the artist takes place on Sunday, March 19th, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.  The Illustrator Show is available to visitors through April 30th.

The Brinton’s annual Illustrator Show offers students the terrific opportunity to learn about the art of illustration, drawing and sketching and how a children’s book is created and published. The Illustrator Shows have been successful in reaching an audience of thousands of elementary and middle-school students from throughout Sheridan and Johnson Counties. John Potter will be in residence at The Brinton Museum from March 20 through March 24 to meet and talk with school children. Museum Docents are available to conduct school tours through the end of April. To schedule a tour, contact Curator of Exhibitions Barbara McNab at bmcnab@thebrintonmuseum.org or call 307-672-3173.

John Potter is a member of the prestigious Northwest Rendezvous Group of Artists and a recipient of the 2010 Legacy Award from the Montana Historical Society. He is also the recipient of the Robert Kuhn Award given by the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson (WY).  Author Lynn Estes Friess’s whimsical Carl series of storybooks received the Mom’s Choice Award Honoring Excellence.

Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 24 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States

The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S. K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery on March 15 and includes artwork from The Brinton’s Museum’s Bradford Brinton Memorial Collection and the John and Virginia Patton Collection of Hans Kleiber prints and watercolors. Paintings by Elling William “Bill” Gollings from The Brinton Museum’s permanent collection of art as well as six paintings on loan by Whitney Benefits, Inc. are included in the exhibit. Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom is available to visitors through April 30th.

Known as a cowboy artist, Elling William “Bill” Gollings was born in 1878 in Pierce City, Idaho and was educated in Chicago. As a young man, he worked as a wrangler on his brother De Witt’s ranch in Rosebud, Montana. Fascinated by the works of the American artist, Frederic Remington, Gollings pursued a career in art becoming an accomplished painter. His work reflects a deep admiration for the hard-working cowboy and a love of ranch life. The beauty of the land, the open range, wildlife, cowboys, ranches and the American Indian peoples are all subjects that he painted. His art studio once stood near the site of what is today the Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School in Sheridan.

The artist Hans Kleiber was born in 1887 in Germany to Austrian parents. He missed the beautiful mountains in Jaegerndorf, Silesia, when the family moved to Massachusetts, he was then 13 years old. Following his dream to pursue a career in forestry, Kleiber moved West in 1906 and was employed by the U.S. Forest Service for work in a Wyoming lumber camp in Woodrock, located at the head of the Tongue River in Bighorn Mountain Country. It was the mountains and the forests that would offer endless sources of inspiration for his hundreds of intaglios and beautiful watercolors. Amazingly, Kleiber was self-taught as a printmaker but achieved national and international acclaim for his work receiving the prestigious Society of California Silver Medal Award for his intaglio, Leaving The High Country, that depicts a family of elk leaving the snow-covered mountains in winter. His work was featured in a one-man show at the Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum in November 1943 to January 1944. Kleiber’s studio in Dayton exists today and is open to the public. Both Gollings and Kleiber were friends of Bradford Brinton who was a patron of their art.

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12th Illustrator Show – the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum
Mar 25 all-day
12th Illustrator Show - the Art of John Potter and Artist in Residence @ the Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States

The Brinton Museum presents its 12th Illustrator Show – The Art of John Potter, featuring works by award-winning artist and illustrator John Potter of Red Lodge, Montana. The Illustrator Show opens on March 15th in the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery and includes more than forty of Potter’s original drawings and pencil sketches from a series of children’s storybooks by author Lynn Estes Friess of Jackson, Wyoming. Lynn’s enchanting children’s books about Carl, an inquisitive chipmunk, and Carl’s delightfully precocious animal friends are published by Mariposa Ranch Press, an independent children’s book publisher located near Cody. Artwork from the Carl series is generously on loan from the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, courtesy of Lynn and Foster Friess. Additional works in the exhibit include a selection of Potter’s colorful, original drawings from the delightful children’s book, Pony Bob’s Daring Ride: A Pony Express Adventure, a story about a rider of the famous Pony Express, with text by Joe Bensen, published by Falcon Press Publishing Co. A reception to meet the artist takes place on Sunday, March 19th, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.  The Illustrator Show is available to visitors through April 30th.

The Brinton’s annual Illustrator Show offers students the terrific opportunity to learn about the art of illustration, drawing and sketching and how a children’s book is created and published. The Illustrator Shows have been successful in reaching an audience of thousands of elementary and middle-school students from throughout Sheridan and Johnson Counties. John Potter will be in residence at The Brinton Museum from March 20 through March 24 to meet and talk with school children. Museum Docents are available to conduct school tours through the end of April. To schedule a tour, contact Curator of Exhibitions Barbara McNab at bmcnab@thebrintonmuseum.org or call 307-672-3173.

John Potter is a member of the prestigious Northwest Rendezvous Group of Artists and a recipient of the 2010 Legacy Award from the Montana Historical Society. He is also the recipient of the Robert Kuhn Award given by the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson (WY).  Author Lynn Estes Friess’s whimsical Carl series of storybooks received the Mom’s Choice Award Honoring Excellence.

Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 25 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States

The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S. K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery on March 15 and includes artwork from The Brinton’s Museum’s Bradford Brinton Memorial Collection and the John and Virginia Patton Collection of Hans Kleiber prints and watercolors. Paintings by Elling William “Bill” Gollings from The Brinton Museum’s permanent collection of art as well as six paintings on loan by Whitney Benefits, Inc. are included in the exhibit. Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom is available to visitors through April 30th.

Known as a cowboy artist, Elling William “Bill” Gollings was born in 1878 in Pierce City, Idaho and was educated in Chicago. As a young man, he worked as a wrangler on his brother De Witt’s ranch in Rosebud, Montana. Fascinated by the works of the American artist, Frederic Remington, Gollings pursued a career in art becoming an accomplished painter. His work reflects a deep admiration for the hard-working cowboy and a love of ranch life. The beauty of the land, the open range, wildlife, cowboys, ranches and the American Indian peoples are all subjects that he painted. His art studio once stood near the site of what is today the Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School in Sheridan.

The artist Hans Kleiber was born in 1887 in Germany to Austrian parents. He missed the beautiful mountains in Jaegerndorf, Silesia, when the family moved to Massachusetts, he was then 13 years old. Following his dream to pursue a career in forestry, Kleiber moved West in 1906 and was employed by the U.S. Forest Service for work in a Wyoming lumber camp in Woodrock, located at the head of the Tongue River in Bighorn Mountain Country. It was the mountains and the forests that would offer endless sources of inspiration for his hundreds of intaglios and beautiful watercolors. Amazingly, Kleiber was self-taught as a printmaker but achieved national and international acclaim for his work receiving the prestigious Society of California Silver Medal Award for his intaglio, Leaving The High Country, that depicts a family of elk leaving the snow-covered mountains in winter. His work was featured in a one-man show at the Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum in November 1943 to January 1944. Kleiber’s studio in Dayton exists today and is open to the public. Both Gollings and Kleiber were friends of Bradford Brinton who was a patron of their art.

Mar
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Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 26 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States

The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S. K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery on March 15 and includes artwork from The Brinton’s Museum’s Bradford Brinton Memorial Collection and the John and Virginia Patton Collection of Hans Kleiber prints and watercolors. Paintings by Elling William “Bill” Gollings from The Brinton Museum’s permanent collection of art as well as six paintings on loan by Whitney Benefits, Inc. are included in the exhibit. Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom is available to visitors through April 30th.

Known as a cowboy artist, Elling William “Bill” Gollings was born in 1878 in Pierce City, Idaho and was educated in Chicago. As a young man, he worked as a wrangler on his brother De Witt’s ranch in Rosebud, Montana. Fascinated by the works of the American artist, Frederic Remington, Gollings pursued a career in art becoming an accomplished painter. His work reflects a deep admiration for the hard-working cowboy and a love of ranch life. The beauty of the land, the open range, wildlife, cowboys, ranches and the American Indian peoples are all subjects that he painted. His art studio once stood near the site of what is today the Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School in Sheridan.

The artist Hans Kleiber was born in 1887 in Germany to Austrian parents. He missed the beautiful mountains in Jaegerndorf, Silesia, when the family moved to Massachusetts, he was then 13 years old. Following his dream to pursue a career in forestry, Kleiber moved West in 1906 and was employed by the U.S. Forest Service for work in a Wyoming lumber camp in Woodrock, located at the head of the Tongue River in Bighorn Mountain Country. It was the mountains and the forests that would offer endless sources of inspiration for his hundreds of intaglios and beautiful watercolors. Amazingly, Kleiber was self-taught as a printmaker but achieved national and international acclaim for his work receiving the prestigious Society of California Silver Medal Award for his intaglio, Leaving The High Country, that depicts a family of elk leaving the snow-covered mountains in winter. His work was featured in a one-man show at the Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum in November 1943 to January 1944. Kleiber’s studio in Dayton exists today and is open to the public. Both Gollings and Kleiber were friends of Bradford Brinton who was a patron of their art.

Mar
27
Mon
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 27 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States

The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S. K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery on March 15 and includes artwork from The Brinton’s Museum’s Bradford Brinton Memorial Collection and the John and Virginia Patton Collection of Hans Kleiber prints and watercolors. Paintings by Elling William “Bill” Gollings from The Brinton Museum’s permanent collection of art as well as six paintings on loan by Whitney Benefits, Inc. are included in the exhibit. Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom is available to visitors through April 30th.

Known as a cowboy artist, Elling William “Bill” Gollings was born in 1878 in Pierce City, Idaho and was educated in Chicago. As a young man, he worked as a wrangler on his brother De Witt’s ranch in Rosebud, Montana. Fascinated by the works of the American artist, Frederic Remington, Gollings pursued a career in art becoming an accomplished painter. His work reflects a deep admiration for the hard-working cowboy and a love of ranch life. The beauty of the land, the open range, wildlife, cowboys, ranches and the American Indian peoples are all subjects that he painted. His art studio once stood near the site of what is today the Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School in Sheridan.

The artist Hans Kleiber was born in 1887 in Germany to Austrian parents. He missed the beautiful mountains in Jaegerndorf, Silesia, when the family moved to Massachusetts, he was then 13 years old. Following his dream to pursue a career in forestry, Kleiber moved West in 1906 and was employed by the U.S. Forest Service for work in a Wyoming lumber camp in Woodrock, located at the head of the Tongue River in Bighorn Mountain Country. It was the mountains and the forests that would offer endless sources of inspiration for his hundreds of intaglios and beautiful watercolors. Amazingly, Kleiber was self-taught as a printmaker but achieved national and international acclaim for his work receiving the prestigious Society of California Silver Medal Award for his intaglio, Leaving The High Country, that depicts a family of elk leaving the snow-covered mountains in winter. His work was featured in a one-man show at the Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum in November 1943 to January 1944. Kleiber’s studio in Dayton exists today and is open to the public. Both Gollings and Kleiber were friends of Bradford Brinton who was a patron of their art.

Mar
28
Tue
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 28 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States

The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S. K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery on March 15 and includes artwork from The Brinton’s Museum’s Bradford Brinton Memorial Collection and the John and Virginia Patton Collection of Hans Kleiber prints and watercolors. Paintings by Elling William “Bill” Gollings from The Brinton Museum’s permanent collection of art as well as six paintings on loan by Whitney Benefits, Inc. are included in the exhibit. Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom is available to visitors through April 30th.

Known as a cowboy artist, Elling William “Bill” Gollings was born in 1878 in Pierce City, Idaho and was educated in Chicago. As a young man, he worked as a wrangler on his brother De Witt’s ranch in Rosebud, Montana. Fascinated by the works of the American artist, Frederic Remington, Gollings pursued a career in art becoming an accomplished painter. His work reflects a deep admiration for the hard-working cowboy and a love of ranch life. The beauty of the land, the open range, wildlife, cowboys, ranches and the American Indian peoples are all subjects that he painted. His art studio once stood near the site of what is today the Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School in Sheridan.

The artist Hans Kleiber was born in 1887 in Germany to Austrian parents. He missed the beautiful mountains in Jaegerndorf, Silesia, when the family moved to Massachusetts, he was then 13 years old. Following his dream to pursue a career in forestry, Kleiber moved West in 1906 and was employed by the U.S. Forest Service for work in a Wyoming lumber camp in Woodrock, located at the head of the Tongue River in Bighorn Mountain Country. It was the mountains and the forests that would offer endless sources of inspiration for his hundreds of intaglios and beautiful watercolors. Amazingly, Kleiber was self-taught as a printmaker but achieved national and international acclaim for his work receiving the prestigious Society of California Silver Medal Award for his intaglio, Leaving The High Country, that depicts a family of elk leaving the snow-covered mountains in winter. His work was featured in a one-man show at the Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum in November 1943 to January 1944. Kleiber’s studio in Dayton exists today and is open to the public. Both Gollings and Kleiber were friends of Bradford Brinton who was a patron of their art.

Mar
29
Wed
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 29 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States

The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S. K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery on March 15 and includes artwork from The Brinton’s Museum’s Bradford Brinton Memorial Collection and the John and Virginia Patton Collection of Hans Kleiber prints and watercolors. Paintings by Elling William “Bill” Gollings from The Brinton Museum’s permanent collection of art as well as six paintings on loan by Whitney Benefits, Inc. are included in the exhibit. Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom is available to visitors through April 30th.

Known as a cowboy artist, Elling William “Bill” Gollings was born in 1878 in Pierce City, Idaho and was educated in Chicago. As a young man, he worked as a wrangler on his brother De Witt’s ranch in Rosebud, Montana. Fascinated by the works of the American artist, Frederic Remington, Gollings pursued a career in art becoming an accomplished painter. His work reflects a deep admiration for the hard-working cowboy and a love of ranch life. The beauty of the land, the open range, wildlife, cowboys, ranches and the American Indian peoples are all subjects that he painted. His art studio once stood near the site of what is today the Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School in Sheridan.

The artist Hans Kleiber was born in 1887 in Germany to Austrian parents. He missed the beautiful mountains in Jaegerndorf, Silesia, when the family moved to Massachusetts, he was then 13 years old. Following his dream to pursue a career in forestry, Kleiber moved West in 1906 and was employed by the U.S. Forest Service for work in a Wyoming lumber camp in Woodrock, located at the head of the Tongue River in Bighorn Mountain Country. It was the mountains and the forests that would offer endless sources of inspiration for his hundreds of intaglios and beautiful watercolors. Amazingly, Kleiber was self-taught as a printmaker but achieved national and international acclaim for his work receiving the prestigious Society of California Silver Medal Award for his intaglio, Leaving The High Country, that depicts a family of elk leaving the snow-covered mountains in winter. His work was featured in a one-man show at the Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum in November 1943 to January 1944. Kleiber’s studio in Dayton exists today and is open to the public. Both Gollings and Kleiber were friends of Bradford Brinton who was a patron of their art.

Mar
30
Thu
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum
Mar 30 all-day
Gollings & Kleiber: In the classroom @ The Brinton Museum | Sheridan | Wyoming | United States

The Brinton Museum presents Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom, featuring outstanding paintings and fine intaglios by two of Wyoming’s celebrated artists who lived and worked in Sheridan County. This show opens in the S. K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery on March 15 and includes artwork from The Brinton’s Museum’s Bradford Brinton Memorial Collection and the John and Virginia Patton Collection of Hans Kleiber prints and watercolors. Paintings by Elling William “Bill” Gollings from The Brinton Museum’s permanent collection of art as well as six paintings on loan by Whitney Benefits, Inc. are included in the exhibit. Gollings & Kleiber: In the Classroom is available to visitors through April 30th.

Known as a cowboy artist, Elling William “Bill” Gollings was born in 1878 in Pierce City, Idaho and was educated in Chicago. As a young man, he worked as a wrangler on his brother De Witt’s ranch in Rosebud, Montana. Fascinated by the works of the American artist, Frederic Remington, Gollings pursued a career in art becoming an accomplished painter. His work reflects a deep admiration for the hard-working cowboy and a love of ranch life. The beauty of the land, the open range, wildlife, cowboys, ranches and the American Indian peoples are all subjects that he painted. His art studio once stood near the site of what is today the Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School in Sheridan.

The artist Hans Kleiber was born in 1887 in Germany to Austrian parents. He missed the beautiful mountains in Jaegerndorf, Silesia, when the family moved to Massachusetts, he was then 13 years old. Following his dream to pursue a career in forestry, Kleiber moved West in 1906 and was employed by the U.S. Forest Service for work in a Wyoming lumber camp in Woodrock, located at the head of the Tongue River in Bighorn Mountain Country. It was the mountains and the forests that would offer endless sources of inspiration for his hundreds of intaglios and beautiful watercolors. Amazingly, Kleiber was self-taught as a printmaker but achieved national and international acclaim for his work receiving the prestigious Society of California Silver Medal Award for his intaglio, Leaving The High Country, that depicts a family of elk leaving the snow-covered mountains in winter. His work was featured in a one-man show at the Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum in November 1943 to January 1944. Kleiber’s studio in Dayton exists today and is open to the public. Both Gollings and Kleiber were friends of Bradford Brinton who was a patron of their art.

They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi @ Laramie County Library
Mar 30 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi @ Laramie County Library  | Cheyenne | Wyoming | United States

Join Richard Maturi for “They Were Good Americans”, the true to life story of the Kipling’s Error B-17 crew during World War II.  Based on the World War II exploits of Captain Lloyd Brooks Mitchell, B-17 navigator and father of Dr. Brooks Mitchell, professor emeritus at the University of Wyoming Business School. Ride along with the crew of Kipling’s Error, the first B-17 crew to complete 25 successful combat missions and return to the states to train other airmen. The Kipling’s Error crew diaries form the basis of the program and provide insight into the sacrifices made by those who serve.

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