(Jackson, Wyo.) – Hit the boardwalk to take in the best in local art, see how artists re-imagine 10 parking spots, and bid on a one-of-a-kind art works created in just 90 minutes!
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Wednesday, September 13, 5-8 pm
The 33rd Fall Arts Festival continues through Sunday, September 17. Tonight brings a second chance to hit the boardwalk for an art walk featuring 30 galleries with many openings and events including receptions at The West Lives on Gallery, The Grand Fine Art and Ringholz Studios. After filling your eyes, stop by the deck of Hotel Jackson for a pop-up performance with Contemporary Dance Wyoming.
Thursday, September 14, 4-7 pm
The artists of Penny Lane Cooperative come together to shake your hand as well as give you a hand at creating your own piece of art. See all of today’s Fall Arts Festival events on DailyWonder. Free.
Friday, September 15, 8 am – 6 pm
Experience how artists re-imagine parking spaces around the Town Square into creative installations and activities. PARK(ing) Day happens across the world annually and is led locally by Jackson Hole Public Art. Groups including KHOL 89.1 FM, the library, galleries, nonprofit organizations and local artists will transform 10 parking spots. Free.
Saturday, September 16, 9 am
Nationally, regionally, and locally recognized artists have ninety minutes to paint and sculpt as spectators look on. Their one-of a-kind artworks will be auctioned off following the creative process on the Town Square.
Monday, September 18, 6-7:30 pm
Join Teton County Library for their Writing the West series featuring Gary Ferguson’s multi-media program based on his book “Land On Fire: The New Reality of Wildfire in the West.” Free.
These are only a sample of our community’s events, see them all at DailyWonder.org.
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DailyWonder is a project of Center of Wonder, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating for the arts and empowering creative leaders in Jackson Hole.