Wyoming Arts Council

Teton County wildlife art gets winterized courtesy of The Knitting Project

The Knitting Project is dressing up wildlife art in Teton County, such as “Bruce the Moose” in Wilson shown above. Find out more at Suzanne Morlock’s web site or read an article about the unique project in the winter issue of Wyoming Artscapes, which comes out next week. 

Abbie Miller in TERRA: TEXTILE Show Aug. 17 at Center for the Arts in Jackson

Tickets on sale now at Shades Cafe, Teton Valley Bookstore, Teton Art Lab and the Center for the Arts Box Office

Drink lemonade — support dance in Wyoming

Nothing says summer like ice cold lemonade! Stop by and wet your whistle at Dancer’s Workshop lemonade stand Friday, Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 17-19) during Art Fair in Jackson. DW staff and volunteers will be over at Miller Park all weekend!

Filmmaker plans second premiere on Sept. 8 for "The Coach: An American Crossroads"

This article was in the latest issue of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund newsletter: What happens when you have a film premiere event that sells out quickly and you have a waiting list of a 100+ folks…well, if you are Jennifer Tennican and the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum, you hold a Second Premiere! Okay, technically
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Filmmaker plans second premiere on Sept. 8 for "The Coach: An American Crossroads"

This article was in the latest issue of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund newsletter: What happens when you have a film premiere event that sells out quickly and you have a waiting list of a 100+ folks…well, if you are Jennifer Tennican and the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum, you hold a Second Premiere! Okay, technically
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Caldera Festival, Jackson, August 17-18

If you are in the Jacksonarea (or if you like music and art), don’t miss the annual Caldera Festival, presented by the Teton Artlab!  The festival kicks off on August 17th with the Terra: Textile runway show at the Center for the Arts Theater, billed as “a multi-dimensional event…exploring the relationship between cloth & landscape.”
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25th Annual "Western Visions" in Jackson

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Western Visions Show and Sale. Presented by the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Western Visions is a part of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival and offers events to suite art lovers of all stripes. Even better, funds raised go to support the Museum’s educational
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25th Annual "Western Visions" in Jackson

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Western Visions Show and Sale. Presented by the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Western Visions is a part of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival and offers events to suite art lovers of all stripes. Even better, funds raised go to support the Museum’s educational
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Flutter Tunnel: From Nevada’s Burning Man to small villages in Sierra Leone

Flutter Tunnel Jackson’s Bland Hoke, who worked with the Center of Wonder, recently graduated from Parsons and and says that he is “a bit nomadic at this point. He is “working on a project called Flutter Tunnel and trying to get the word out about it. Here is the scoop:” In late August, I am coordinating a
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Flutter Tunnel: From Nevada's Burning Man to small villages in Sierra Leone

Flutter Tunnel Jackson’s Bland Hoke, who worked with the Center of Wonder, recently graduated from Parsons and and says that he is “a bit nomadic at this point. He is “working on a project called Flutter Tunnel and trying to get the word out about it. Here is the scoop:” In late August, I am coordinating a
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