Kick off your #WonderWednesday with one of the many 2018 SHIFT summit speakers and events happening this week around the valley. Tonight\u2019s film \u201cThe Pointy End of the Spear\u201d is open to single ticket buyers. Don\u2019t miss the opportunity to explore movement with legendary choreographer and dancer Bill T. Jones and his Company during his residency with Dancers\u2019 Workshop. Local community members are invited to work with the dancers from Oct. 19 to Oct. 24 culminating in a performance on Oct. 25. No previous dance experience needed! Check out dates and details for this unique program. Jackson-based photographer Thomas Mangelsen opens his new exhibition \u201cA Life in the Wild\u201d at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Take a lunchtime Sneak Peek with Mangelsen at 11:30 am or stop in for the first hour of Mix\u2019d Media at 6 pm when he will give a one-hour talk. Partygoers are encouraged to bring their own cameras for five experiential exercises. For a later start to your Saturday check out the Hogwarts Open House that is happening at the Teton County Library. Take a walk through the Forbidden Forest, attend charms classes, get sorted by the sorting hat, and many other activities. Costumes are definitely encouraged, and all ages are invited! Wyoming Stargazing takes over Walk Festival Hall on Saturday evening with special guest Doug Leonard, Professor of Astronomy and Supernovae Expert at San Diego University. Learn more about supernovae, black holes and the evolution of stars. Explore all of the other creative events happening this week at DailyWonder.org.