Blues, Jazz and Rock, MUSC 2063-01/N1, is a new class for the fall 2021 semester for anyone with a curiosity to learn about the history of the United States through its popular music.
A scholarship to help museum studies and anthropology majors at Casper College was recently established through the Casper College Foundation.
Casper College now offers a new Associate of Arts degree in Spanish.
The bright and colorful works of artist Jim Kopp, as well as folk and outsider art he has collected, are now on display in a show titled “Intuitive Lineage: Paintings and Collected Works.”
Seven Casper College employees were recognized with 2020-2021 year-end honors during the college’s annual retirement and recognition dinner held in May.
The popular spring concert, Music of the Masters, will return to the Casper College campus.
Two Casper College musical groups will be joining forces with members of the 67th U.S. Army Band “Wyoming’s Own” Wednesday, April 21 at 7 p.m.
“Bright Star,” a musical by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, is the final production for the 2020-2021 theater season at Casper College.
Seven Casper College faculty were recently tenured. Except for one instructor who began her career at Casper College in 2016, the others all started in August of 2017.
The 34th Annual Casper College and ARTCORE Literary Conference titled “CREATE” will be held Thursday and Friday, April 15 and 16, 2021.