What’s Going On
in Sheridan County?
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The calendar view below shows all community and tourist EVENTS. If you’d like to see the regularly occurring community MEETINGS, click on Community Meetings at the top of the calendar.
Also, a listing of current art exhibits in Sheridan County is shown below the monthly calendar page.
CURRENT ART EXHIBITS
On the Sidewalks of Downtown Sheridan – Over 90 unique sculptures, from Indian maidens to lion cubs to a rhinoceros, on public display all around downtown Sheridan and beyond – over 70 of these are permanent pieces, and another 20 are on loan from the artist (and for sale) – under the watchful care of the Sheridan Public Arts Committee, (307) 751-1654. Our very special sculpture, just unveiled August 20, is Leonardo’s Horse (based on the scientific design but unfinished work of Leonardo da Vinci in the 1400s), located in the community plaza on the corner of Main/Coffeen/Burkitt.
Sagebrush Community Art Center – Theodore Waddell / Arin Waddell – thru November 27 – at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in the Historic Train Depot, 201 E. 5th St., (307) 674-1970.
Sagebrush Community Art Center – Members’ Sales Gallery – works of local members of the Sheridan Artists’ Guild, Et al (SAGE) – paintings, drawings, glasswork, woodwork, ceramics, and fiber arts – at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in the Historic Train Depot, 201 E. 5th St., (307) 674-1970.
Sagebrush Community Art Center – Western photography by Arthur Dailey (1893-1973) and his daughter, Mary Dailey – on permanent display – upstairs in the Historic Train Depot, 201 E. 5th St., (307) 674-1970.
Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library – Fiber Arts Show – thru October 30 – on the mezzanine of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, 335 W. Alger St., (307) 674-8585 Ext 129.
Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library – Exhibit of 2015 Duck Stamps Junior Competition entries – in the Inner Circle of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, 335 W. Alger St., (307) 674-8585 Ext 129.
Sheridan College’s Martinsen Gallery – “It’s Not Paint, It’s Fabric” – fabric paintings (landscape and abstracts) by Heidi Heuerman – thru October 8 – inside the Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center, 3059 Coffeen Ave., (307) 674-6446 Ext 2830.
The Brinton Museum (Big Horn, Wyoming) – Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building – Four separate galleries of art, as well as a historic ranch home full of exquisite Western art – at The Brinton Museum, 239 Brinton Road in Big Horn, WY, (307) 672-3173. (1) 2nd Floor North Gallery – permanent exhibit of Western art by Edward Borein, Hans Kleiber, Bill Gollings, Winold Reiss, etc. from the Brinton’s collection; (2) 2nd Floor South Gallery – permanent exhibit of Native American art and artifacts from the Gallatin and Brinton collections; (3) 2nd Floor West Gallery & 3rd Floor Reception Gallery – “Small Works Show” – more than 450 pieces of contemporary art, in miniature, by 140 painters, sculptors, and illustrators – thru October 18. Admission to the museum and a tour of the historic ranch home is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and students age 13-plus, free for children age 12 and under, free for Sheridan and Johnson County students with valid school ID. www.thebrintonmuseum.org
Gallery on Main (Dayton, Wyoming) – Art from the many local artists in the Dayton area of Sheridan County – 110 W. 3rd Ave. in Dayton, (307) 655-2221.
Ucross Foundation Art Gallery (Clearmont, Wyoming) – “Ucross: A Portrait in Place” – “land art” presenting a dialogue between artist and place, in a variety of media, from six artists affiliated with the University of New Mexico’s prestigious Land Art of the American West program – thru December 11 – at Ucross Foundation, 30 Big Red Lane in Clearmont, (307) 737-2291.
[No admission charge for any of these exhibits, unless indicated otherwise]
If you have events that you would like added to the Community Events Calendar, just email the Sheridan County Chamber with your event information.
Events and activities to be listed ~
1. Must be held in Sheridan County and open to the public
2. Must not be business “events” that are part of the normal course of business (e.g., no store sales)
3. If a political or religious event, must be reviewed by the Calendar Committee before inclusion.
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2. 1-2 sentence/phrase event description
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4. Cost, if applicable
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