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tue12mar5:30 PMWriters Series in Cody: John ClaytonHigh Plains Book Award winner John Clayton will deliver an illustrated lecture5:30 PM MST Grizzly Hall at the Park County Public Library, 1500 Heart Mountain St, Cody, WY 82414Counties:Cody
thu21mar7:00 PM9:00 PMKathryn Stockett's novel The Help"Join Reading Wyoming Jackson for discussion about Kathryn Stockett's novel The Help"7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Jackson Whole Grocer Community Room, 1155 S Hwy 89 Jackson, WYCounties:Jackson,Teton
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In the upcoming months Wyoming Humanities will help Wyomingites explore what it means to be an informed citizen as well as the history of tribal nations’ negotiations and treaties with the United States. In short, the summer and fall of 2018 will see programs that...read more
Wyoming Humanities is announcing the opening of its Major grant program for 2018. Beginning April 1, applicants seeking funding for larger humanities projects between $2,001 and $10,000 may submit applications through our online portal – visit www.thinkwy.org/grants...read more
News broke this past July about the next project for Game of Thrones’ showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. Partnering again with HBO, the pair would produce Confederate, set “in an alternate timeline, where the Southern states have successfully seceded from...read more
Last year, we talked a bit about the gamification of learning in a digital age and how fiction and gameplay can work to introduce emotionally difficult or hard-to-talk about concepts such as suffering in war. Frequently, the central premise of these games is the...read more
This February billions of people around the world will tune in to the radio, internet, and television for the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. In a tradition nearly 100 years old, over 90 countries will come together, represented by their best...read more
When the death of Ursula Le Guin was announced in late January, social media recirculated a 1987 letter in which Le Guin declined to blurb a new anthology. “I cannot imagine myself,” she wrote, “blurbing a book, the first of the series, which not only contains...read more