The following performances and events are made possible by the generosity of the City of Rock Springs, Sweetwater BOCES, and the Wyoming Arts Council.
We are arranging an exhibit of several local artists including traditional potters and clay sculptors to a glass artist. Those articipating are Teryl Hartman, Sarah Gillingham, Bruce Woodward, Drew Roska, Bart Fetz, Stephen Wardell and Susie von Ahrens .
This is the 11th year the CFAC provides a theme and invites all Sweetwater County artists to submit original artwork.
This year's theme, "Cultural Heritage" is defined by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization as “the legacy of physical artifacts and intangible attributes of a group or society that are inherited from past generations, maintained in the present and bestowed for the benefit of future generations.” – www.unesco.org. Entry form
Entries will be due the last week in September for the exhibit.
30 images from Edward S. Curtis, a photographer who conducted ethnographic research among Native American tribes beginning in 1898. The exhibit has been created by the McCracken Research Library for the Buffalo Bill Memorial Association in celebration of its 100th anniversary. The McCracken Research Library holds a complete set of Curtis’ The North American Indian, a twenty-volume work comprised of Curtis' photographs and research. The entire work is considered one of the great rarities of western Americana.
Workshops are being planned for Monday and Tuesday and a performance on Jan. 31, 2018, at the RSHS Theatre.
Repertory Dance Theatre is dedicated to the creation, performance, perpetuation, and appreciation of modern dance.
RDT is the nation’s oldest and most successful repertory dance company. Unlike conventional modern dance organizations, we present you with a diverse range of modern dance styles and choreographers paired together in dynamic and unexpected performances.
Broadway Theater, 7 p.m.
In 1986, Scotsman Donnie Macdonald and Irishman James Keigher came together to perform Irish and Scottish folk music, combining traditional and contemporary styles. The name "Men of Worth" was chosen from the title of a folk song written by the Scottish singer/songwriter Archie Fisher.
Together Men of Worth blend their voices with harmony and support their collection of songs with their varied selection of instruments. They have a very simple approach to their presentation, and in keeping with tradition, remain true to the music and story. Their show is a unique combination of humor, exciting tunes, and soulful, heartfelt ballads.
The CFAC strives to provide a variety of art-related activities including classes and workshops for the community.
A schedule is developed for the fall, winter/spring, and summer and promoted through our webpage, Facebook page, and local newspapers. Please feel free to contact us for more information. We are also interested in finding new individuals who can teach in a number of different art techniques and styles.
Thank you for your interest in the Arts!