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Six Day Celebration of the Arts September 10-14, 2020

Sheridan Public Arts Council, Whitney Center for the Arts, SAGE Community Arts, UCross, WYO Theater and Frackelton’s are coming together to Celebrate the Arts September 10-14, 2020; hosting concerts, engaging the community in new experiences, and cultivating a love of and appreciation for the arts. Most events during Celebrate the Arts are free.

“Sheridan has an especially collaborative, passionate and committed community of artists, arts organizations and patrons,” said Kim Love, Sheridan Public Arts committee chair. “We are proud to partner with our fellow creators and lovers of art to spread the joy and value of the arts throughout Sheridan.”

CELEBRATE THE ARTS:  September 10 – 14, 2020

Throughout the Festival:
ENTWINED: Jennifer Reifsneider + Martha Tuttle Exhibition
Ucross Art Gallery
Monday – Friday | 10:00am – 4:00pm

Martha Tuttle Artist Workshop
Ucross YouTube Channel
Free | Watch Anytime

Thursday, September 10:
Current Relics: Works by Rod Dugal
Artist Talk & Reception
The Edward A. Whitney Gallery | The Whitney Center for the Arts at Sheridan College

Friday, September 11:
WYOmericana Caravan Tour
WYO Theater
$10 – $18 (Streaming or In-Person)

Saturday, September 12:
Bighorn Rendezvous Quickdraw
The Brinton Museum
9:00am – 1:00pm

Saturday, September 12:
Flute Favorites w/Rachel Bergman, flute, and Bobby Pace, piano
Kinnison Hall | Whitney Center for the Arts at Sheridan College

Sunday, September 13:
Stephanie Koltiska Dance Performance
Gene Wintermote, drums;
Jobe Jennings, bass
“Art Alley” | On Brundage Street between the WYO Theater and SAGE Community Arts

Sunday, September 13:
Art Walk
Downtown Sheridan

Monday, September 14:
Chris Navarro Bronze Sculpture Exhibition Artist Reception
Catering by Fired Up Food Truck
SAGE Community Arts
4:30pm – 7:00pm


After a six-year hiatus, Love resurrected Celebrate the Arts as a one-day event in 2017 to commemorate the opening of SAGE Community Arts new space in the Montgomery building downtown, the unveiling of Allan Houser’s downtown sculpture, Interconnection, and the launch of Frackelton’s Dining for a Cause.

According to Sheridan Travel & Tourism, the arts economy generates as much as $20 million in local economic impact each year, while artists and art exports serve as tremendous ambassadors and advertisements, respectively, for the community. During the 2017-18 season, Whitney Center for the Arts at Sheridan College has drawn more than 10,000 local and visiting guests into its concert hall, gallery and classrooms for exhibits, shows, lectures and performances, and more than 300 students are enrolled in Sheridan College arts programs. The WYO Theater’s concerts, plays, operas and special events also pulled in more than 10,000 guests last year. And since its launch in 2003, Sheridan Public Arts Council has acquired 59 sculptures and displayed dozens more on loan throughout downtown Sheridan.

For more information, please visit artinsheridan.com/cta

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