Overview

The art and entertainment scene in Sheridan, Wyoming, includes both traditional Western and non-Western visual and performing arts. Sheridan is home to country music and bluegrass festivals. A number of art galleries can be found in the area. Local galleries feature local and sometimes world-famous artists.

Carriage House Theatre

Carriage House Theatre

The Carriage House Theatre is located on the grounds of the Trail End State Historic Site – Wyoming’s premier historic house museum. Finished in 1910, the carriage house was built in the same Flemish style as the main house. While construction on Trail End was taking place, the Kendricks and

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Hans Kleiber Studio Museum

Hans Kleiber Studio Museum

The historic log cabin studio of world famous German-born etching artist Hans Kleiber (1887-1967) is on Main St. in Dayton, less than a mile from where Hans originally built it behind his home. Kleiber, a U.S. Forest Ranger, was inspired by the majesty of the Bighorn Mountains to write poetry

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Sage Community Art Center

Vision Statement To become the vehicle for a strong creative economy in the community Mission Statement: Develop opportunities, innovation and promotion in the creative economy for our community and beyond Strategic Goals:  Become and Operational Business Recruit and hire part time Executive Director Establish good business practices for day to

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Sheridan Library

Sheridan Library

Mon. – Thur. 9am – 9pm Fri. & Sat. 9am – 5pm Sun. 1pm – 5pm (Sep-May) (307) 674-8585 – Main Desk: ext. 3 – Children’s Services: ext. 4 – Admin Services: ext. 5 – Wyoming Room: ext. 7 – Reference Services ext. 15 – Interlibrary Loan: ext. 48 –

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Sheridan Public Arts

Large and small communities alike are saying the same thing: Arts and culture are critical tools for revitalizing central business districts. Resources such as libraries, museums, parks, cultural centers and performing arts, strengthen human, economic, physical and social improvement. What exactly do arts and cultural resources have to offer individuals

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The Big Horn Mountain Festival

The Big Horn Mountain Festival

Three great days of stage performances with the Dale Ann Bradley Band; Horseshoes & Hand Grenades; The Jalan Crossland Band; The Two Tracks; John Roberts y Pan Blanco; Jeff Troxel and Brian Wicklund; The Craft Brothers; and Prairie Wildfire! Friday performances begin at 1pm; Saturday Workshops and performances begin at

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Ucross Foundation

Ucross Foundation

The Ucross Foundation is a nonprofit foundation incorporated in 1981. The primary objectives of the foundation include the restoration of the historic Clear Fork headquarters of the Pratt and Ferris Cattle Company (the complex of buildings known as Big Red and built in 1882), the promotion of the preservation of

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Whitney Center for the Arts

Whitney Center for the Arts

“We are fortunate that the leaders in Sheridan County recognize the role that the arts play in our world today. The arts are an integral part of understanding other cultures and traditions, of interpreting the past, and exploring the future.” Dr. Paul Young, Sheridan College President Officially opened in 2016

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  • WYO Theater
  • WYO Theater

WYO Theater

Theater seats 483 “The WYO Theater’s colorful history began in 1923. Opening as the Lotus, it was one of the first, and is now the oldest, operating vaudville theater in Wyoming. Through the years it has undergone many changes, but whatever those changes, the theater has always been an integral

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