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Bidders, art aficionados and lookie-loos spilled out of the white auction tent Saturday morning as the auctioneer pushed the crowd to keep raising its bid paddles.

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In Western culture, dance is often seen as something to watch, to enjoy as aesthetically beautiful. It is less frequent that dance is seen as primarily a way for members of a community to expr…

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In Western culture, dance is often seen as something to watch, to enjoy as aesthetically beautiful. It is less frequent that dance is seen as primarily a way for members of a community to expr…

Buck Milligan, reigning Junior Chopped Grand Champion, and Jesse Rezin, Executive Chef at The Kitchen, will go knife to knife at the final Farmers Market next weekend.

“When white people won, it was a victory. When we [Native Americans] won, it was a massacre. When they fought for freedom, it was a revolution. When we fought for freedom, it was an uprising.”

The Moran Reflection

Scene Briefs

Get your hands dirty

The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum is hosting its second “Historic Trade School” workshop in conjunction with the Art Association and Center of Wonder.

From 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, local glove maker Giv’r will host a leather stamping class. Classes cost $25; see Store.JacksonHoleHistory.org/collections/workshops to sign up.

Greenspan isn’t done yet

In last week’s issue of Scene we mistakenly reported Bob Greenspan and Mama T’s last performance of the season was on Friday at Lift. Luckily, the blues duo has one more free show, scheduled for 7:30 to 11 p.m. Oct. 4 at The Wort.

Greenspan grew up in the heyday of Chicago blues and has carried the tradition out West. You can learn more about Greenspan and his partner, Mama T (Theresa Bollerman), in the Sept. 5 issue of Scene or at JHNewsAndGuide.com/scene.

The second week of Fall Arts Festival is underway. Here’s a sampling of events to come. For complete coverage, visit FallArtsJH.com.

Today

Native Jackson Hole, all day. Artist Richard Lloyd Biddinger paints in the gallery. Free. Facebook.com/nativejacksonhole.

Jackson Hole Jewelry, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. today, Thursday and Friday. Diamond trunk show on the east and west coasts. Free; some events invitation-only. JacksonHoleJewelry.com.