Your trash can is a cornucopia of creative potential.
As the mountains become sharper on the horizon, a large wooden entrance sign tells throngs of travelers they can finally take a deep breath.
As the waters and beaches of Chile — like those around the planet — are increasingly besieged by trash, Rodrigo Farías Moreno is there to document it.
After a rainy day Friday that turned into a beautiful evening for the Palates and Palettes Gallery Walk, the 35th Fall Arts Festival is in full swing. Some of the festival’s marquee events — the Jackson Hole QuickDraw Art Sale and Auction, the Western Visions Show and Sale and the Jackson Ho…
Monday is the day you usually meal plan, finish that laundry you started over the weekend, or take the bike off the truck and wash it. Teton County Library wants you to reconsider your Monday as a day of intellectual stimulation.
Raised by two National Park Service parents in Jackson, Gisele Olson is tackling Jackson’s tourism issues through postcard-size collages.
Wyoming’s national forests and parks were the backdrop this summer for important discussions. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, Rhode Island U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and world-renowned climber Alex Honnold, among other artists, authors, and academics, came to Teton County to speak …
In the mid-1900s a Native American warrior and artist, Arrow Top Knot, whose Blackfoot name is Apis-Poch-Kinnaiee, painted a series of pictographs on canvas depicting his wartime exploits.
When Paul Villinski first came to Wyoming the year was 1992 and he settled into an artists’ colony in Ucross, a town outside Sheridan with a population of 25.
When Aaron Taylor Kuffner installed a gigantic, immersive, robotic gong orchestra, or “Gamelatron Gandaberunda,” in the Art Association of Jackson Hole’s gallery, he had an idea of its power.
Growing up in New Zealand, Don Oelze dreamt of the United States, the homeland of his parents and where his extended family still lived. He’d watch “Daniel Boone” in black and white on the television and imagine life in the U.S.
The importing of big-city ideas is, at times, frowned upon in this mountainous enclave, but Patrick Trucco might have found one that everyone in town can support.
In the wake of the Wildlife Museum Fire, which scorched around 80 acres on the hillside surrounding the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the museum announced that it will be closed Monday.