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November is the second to last tour for the 2014 season so be sure to come out and take advantage of this opportunity to see and support local and regional artists. This is the largest tour yet with a total of  14 venues, something for everyone to see and enjoy! There will be artists’ receptions,  The Taste of the Tour and so much more! Scroll through the photos to see and read all about the art tour features! This is the largest tour yet with 13 venues to visit ( NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances Rotton Apple will be closed for this tour). See you around the tour!

 

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School is back in session and the city is settling into its Fall routine. Be sure to add the next art tour to your  list of monthly “must dos” There will be familiar favorites and exciting new artist to take in plus music, demonstrations and Taste of the tour to round out this FREE event! 10 venues will be open from 5-8pm and 6:30 – 9:00 for the ART PARTY at the Hynds Building. See you there!

 

Enjoy a night of the arts on May 9th from 5-8pm. Its always free and family friendly. Check back often. Venue specials will be added as they come in.

2013 Art Design & Dine venues. Click on a link to get more information about the venue and any featured artists or events they might have planned for the art tour.

Artful Hand Studio & Gallery– 302 East 1st Ave. 229.546.5183

Prairie Wind-1916 House Ave. 307.632.3082

Nagle Warren B&B- 222 East 17th St. 307.637.3333

Deselms Fine Art- 303 East 17th St. 307.432.0606

The Ancient Sage  – 1726 Capitol Ave. 307.222.9724

Clay Paper Scissors– 1506 Thomes Ave. Suite B 307.631.6039

LightsOn! The Hynds Building – 1604 Capitol Ave.

Cheyenne Artist Guild – 1701 Morrie Ave. 307.632.2263

The Hynds Building in downtown Cheyenne

Formed in 2011, Just Friends is Cheyennes newest vocal group.

Made up of Dick Cuthbertson, Margy Anderson, Paula Egan-Wright and Jeanne Howard , together they bring a wealth of talent and experience to the group.
Dick is the director of the St. Christoper Episcopalian Church Choir and has had leading roles in musicals such as Camelot, By Bye Birdie, Sound of Music and Fiddle on the Roof. He is a graduate of UW with a degree in Music Education.
Margy, the groups soprano, loves to participate in ensemble work. While pursuing a degree in Music Education at UW, Margy sang roles of Venus in Offenbach’s “Orpheus in the Underworld” and Glanetta in Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Gondoliers”.
Paula teaches French for the IB program at East High, as well as LCCC. In her spare time she paints, plays piano, does theater, cooks and reads. She is also raising money for a school she started in Cayes, Hatti.

Jeanne has been playing, teaching or studying the piano most of her life. She has a BA in piano performance and music educaton from UW as well as a Masters of Arts Degree in piano performance from the University of Iowa. She has taught private piano lessons for over thirty years and currently has a studio in Goshen County.

Be sure to stop in and enjoy this group at the Hynds Building on the corner of Capitol and Lincolnway from 5-8pm on June 14th

Wax poetic on April 12th from 5-8:00. Share original work or that of other poets in honor of National Poetry Month (http://www.poets.org/page.php/prmID/41).  The reading will be led by the local Cheyenne Poetry group, Serendipity Poets (http://home.earthlink.net/~chyserendipity/) Ancient Sage is on the Corner of Capitol and 18th St.

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