A decade of craft left for the future

  Jim Trudaeu is a 91-year-old Cheyenne resident with a unique and mesmerizing life story. He is a military veteran and an award-winning violin builder. He once taught at Laramie County Community College and is now making a generous and unique donation to the college’s Fine Arts program. He plans to donate several of his

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE: Centennial Elevation Celebration

When: July 7, at noon. Where: Centennial at the Mountain View Historic Hotel and Cafe What: An annual music and artisan festival featuring seven musicians, with intent to fundraise for the Local Search and Rescue and the Volunteer Fire Department. Cost: Tickets are $10, if ordered ahead of time, and $15 at the gate. More:

The 2018 Student Art Exhibit offers chances to learn about, enjoy, purchase student art

Student Art is now being exhibited at Laramie County Community College’s Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery and will be on display through May 1.  At noon on April 11, a reception was held in the gallery where various artists, students and faculty gathered to view and speak about the works. Amy Vialpando, a

‘Trees’ take root in the Fine Arts Gallery

  A strange forest has grown inside Laramie County Community College. The Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery at LCCC is hosting the exhibit “Trees” by Stephanie Kantor, a ceramics artist and current Resident Artist at RedLine in Denver. The exhibit will be in the gallery until Dec. 4. “Trees” features abstract, plant-like sculptures

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