Of the many changes Jackson Hole High School halls have undergone in the past couple of years, one of the most noticeable was unveiled last week.
For the sixth year in a row the National Wildlife Art Museum is opening up its selection process to the community at the Blacktail Gala. Although the event is dedicated to buying art for the museum’s permanent collection, it is also a chance for the creatives and donors to dress up, eat well…
“Yonder Lies: Unpacking the Myths of Jackson Hole” is a podcast about ecology, history and people in Jackson Hole. It will debut Sunday on KHOL 89.1 and iTunes, Spotify and other podcast platforms.
The vibrant, inspired artwork of fifth-generation Wyoming native Donna Barrett has hung on the walls of Pearl Street Bagels for the past month. The exhibition’s last day is today.
What has always attracted Dick Beck to animals — and depictions of animals in Bob Kuhn’s “Pas de Deux,” one of his favorite paintings in the National Museum of Wildlife Art — is the lives they live and how complicated they are.
Haley Badenhop has more tricks up her sleeves than painting large-scale, public murals. For the art portion of Mountain Story, Badenhop is hanging some of her lesser-known acrylic work in Teton County Library’s Ordway Gallery.
In 2012 Anoushé Shojae-Chaghorvand and her brother Kory Shoja-Chaghorvand found a small room in a warehouse in Baltimore, put on some music, threw down some vinyl sheets, and then drenched themselves in motor oil.
Shortly after arriving in Jackson Hole in 1989 at age 18 to pursue professional skiing, Rick Armstrong picked up the nickname “Sick Rick.” It stuck.
Kelly Halpin’s usual instruments of choice are pens, pencils and paper, but this past year the illustrator ventured into new territory.
Shortly after arriving in Jackson Hole in 1989 at age 18 to pursue skiing professionally, Rick Armstrong picked up the nickname “Sick Rick.” And it stuck.
When Kelly Halpin was a young girl her parents gave her a pocket knife, some matches and a gentle push out the door.
In 1511 in Machu Picchu a woman is impregnated by the God of the Sun, Inti. According to legend, “All children conceived in this way are males and will one day become Willaq Umu, a son of the sun.” But for the first time in history, the child is born a girl.
You might already have purchased Christmas gifts, but if you’re among the roughly 25% of people who wait until the very last to wrap your presents, you may be in the market for some gift tags.
Recognizing artists who have contributed to keeping the tradition of wildlife art alive and thriving, the National Museum of Wildlife Art will kick off its “Living Legends II” exhibition Saturday.
Thousands of times every winter day skiers stop where two trails diverge, look around and then reach into their pocket for James Niehues’ guidance on which way to go.
Get Center tickets
Tickets for the Center for the Arts’ winter season go on sale at noon today, so get ready to buy. There’s always a long wait for marquee tickets.
Tickets for the Josh Ritter, Chris Thile and Mike Super 2.OH shows have been on sale for a while, but the rest of the lineup will become available today. All shows are set to take place in the Center Theater.
Google “natural wonders of China” and you’ll be absolutely awestruck. Outside the country’s bustling cities there are landscapes that look like they’re straight out of James Cameron’s “Avatar.” In fact, the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in China’s Hunan Province was the inspiration for th…
For every $100 you spend at a locally owned businesses, the Anderson Study of Retail Economics says, $68 stays in the community. This Saturday you can put that to the test by getting a jump on gift buying and supporting local artists and crafters at the Art Association of Jackson Hole’s annu…
Since publication, the owners of the new car wash, slated to go in on the lot where the ArtSpot is currently located, contacted the News&Guide and said they would be open to keeping the art installation on their property. This story was updated to clarify this change. — Eds.
Those looking to admire or purchase one-of-a-kind small paintings and sculptures can attend Trailside Galleries’ annual “Deck the Walls: Holiday Miniature Show,” running Monday through Dec. 7 with a holiday reception from 3 to 5 p.m. Dec. 6.
The Mad King — the man of bottomless, undeniable authority whose edicts nevertheless must be resisted and whose very liberty must be forcibly restrained — presents a rich resource.
Dropping temperatures and shortening days may feel like an ending to some, but to Joseph Cipro and Susan Durfee, any time is ripe for new beginnings.
About four months after it applied, the Center for the Arts announced that its tax-exempt 501(c)(3) status has been reinstated by the Internal Revenue Service.