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Despite the political animosity between the United States and Cuba, cultural traditions like mambo and salsa have freely flowed between the two countries for over half a century. This week Malpaso, a Havana dance company, will continue that cultural exchange with a weeklong residency at Danc…

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Walk through the doors of Gallery Wild and you can smell a faint scent of paint. That’s because, in addition to showing conservation-inspired works, the gallery doubles as an art studio.

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The relationship between art and conservation goes way back. Yellowstone National Park — and every national park in the world that came after it — may not even exist without art.

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Update, March 19: Owner Mary Beth Warren is planning a farewell send-off for the gallery during Thursday's Art Walk from 5 to 8 p.m. There will be wine and key lime tarts.

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Few things are more thrilling than solving mysteries and gambling. Do the two always go hand-in-hand? Probably not, but they will at the Art Association of Jackson Hole’s 12th annual WhoDunnit? show Thursday.

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Judges needed

Each year Teton County kids in kindergarten through 12th grade are invited to submit their best poetry, nonfiction and fiction pieces to the National Young Authors competition. Mel Paradis and Christine Jenkins, co-coordinators of the 2019 effort, are asking for judges to help read the 300 or so entries.

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Off Square Theatre Company has announced that auditions for this year’s Thin Air Shakespeare production of “As You Like It” will be held March 20 and 21 at the Black Box Theater at the Center for the Arts. Off Square is looking for actors, as well as performers who play musical instruments.

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There’s quite a bit of psychology that goes into road signage, but a new project spearheaded by Jackson Hole Public Art challenges some of those notions.

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Trailside Galleries was built around painters who captured the landscape, wildlife, Native Americans and cowboys of the West. The show hanging there now pays tributes to those painters and the lifestyle that inspired their work.

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It’s been over two decades since Eve Ensler produced what The New York Times called “probably the most important piece of political theater of the last decade.” And after a four-year hiatus the internationally performed play is returning to Jackson.

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The owls seemed to appear suddenly, and they were everywhere. Artist Anastasia Kimmett noticed them in necklaces and sculptures as she traveled around Banff, Canada, about four years ago.

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Ryan Stolp loves a good pun, a fitting affinity for the man behind Lift Lines Comics. This month Stolp moved from two to three dimensions, erecting a sculpture that is a bit of a 3-D pun.

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Mountain stories to be told

Today and Thursday are the last days of Teton County Library’s Mountain Story series.

At 3 p.m. today Annette McGivney will give a writing workshop at the library. McGivney is the author of the award-winning book “Pure Land,” about a brutal murder in the Grand Canyon. At 7 p.m. Thursday McGivney will give a talk about “Pure Land.”

If you didn’t get tickets for Alex Honnold talk, 7 p.m. tonight at the Center for the Arts, the library will be live streaming it through its Facebook page. The series will be recapped in Friday’s Jackson Hole Daily and next week’s News&Guide.

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Not every ski movie ends with a quote like “If nature fails, humanity fails,” but Teton Gravity Research’s “Ode To Muir” is not your average stoke film. It’s a ski movie with a message.

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Wear ski gear, see art

Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night Diehl Gallery is hosting “Apres Ski and Art.”

From 5 to 8 p.m. through March 30 the gallery will stay open to let you sip wine or hot chocolate after a day in the mountains. Ski attire is welcome.

Diehl’s “Bright and Beautiful” holiday show is on display.