- THE BUZZ: Giving a Face to the Displaced
- FEATURE: Houses of the Holy
- REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Truck-ed Sparks Controversy
- MUSIC BOX: Abundance to the Nth
- THEM ON US
- WELL, THAT HAPPENED: The Traveling Pants
- FEATURE: Voices of Choice
- THE FOODIE FILES: Spring in a Bowl
- GUEST OPINION: A Big Win for Wolverines
- THEM ON US
THIS WEEK 6.12.13 – 6.18.13
JACKSON HOLE, WYO –
Poignant film screening
The Montreal Mirror called the film Lost Birds, “a stunning and evocative work about art, nature and our imperiled planet.” Music by Mandatory Air and a sculpture unveiling will round out this special evening.
Mix’d Media: Lost Birds Film Screening, 6 p.m., Thursday, at National Museum of Wildlife Art. Free. wildlifeart.org.
Some say if you set your intentions the universe will respond. Intencións is a progressive new gallery and community space where art, music, dance and positive thought will coalesce. The gallery’s grand opening weekend includes a list of events, including the gallery’s first opening, Chakras.
Intencións grand opening and first gallery opening, 5:30 p.m., Thursday, at Intencións, 160A W. Broadway. Free. www.facebook.com/intencions.
Big Buzz Studio Crawl
Teton Artlab’s Studio Crawl encourages visitors to explore the studios of 15 artists within a few blocks of each other in downtown Jackson. This event highlights Big Haus and Buzz Shop Studios.
Teton Artlab’s Downtown Studio Crawl, 5 to 9 p.m., Friday, at Big Haus Studios. Free. tetonartlab.com.
Into the Pines, an artist-run gallery, bookstore and publisher, is inviting you to visit its new space in Jackson. Make it one of your stops during the Teton Artlab Studio Crawl.
Into the Pines space opening, 5 p.m., Friday, at 130 Jackson Street. Free. itpspace.com.
Back porch party
Join Bravo! for its anticipated summer kick-off party. This event needs no introduction as its reputation has grown over the years. Time to celebrate summer in high Southern style with fellow music lovers.
Bravo! Summer Kick-off Party, 8 p.m., Friday, at Cafe Genevieve. Free for members, $20 for non-members. gtmf/bravo.org.
The first artist to paint for the summer series is internationally renowned Dwayne Harty, who will engage public viewers as he uses oil paint to interpret one of the magnificent Grand Teton National Park vistas.
Artists in the Environment, 2 to 5 p.m., Saturday, at the Visitor Center in Moose. Free. 543-2910; pleinairforthepark.org.
The Teton Valley Trash Bash will feature the Trashion Show and food for purchase from Dining In Catering as well as Grand Teton Brewing Company Beer and other beverages. All beverage sales benefit Teton Valley Community Recycling.
Teton Valley Trash Bash, 6 to 10 p.m., Saturday, at the Wildwood Room in Victor. $10. www.tetonrecycling.org.
New artist at Cowboy
Stacy Naden will display her wood cut-outs painted with acrylics at her first show in Jackson. Her whimsical style is a breath of fresh air. The cut-outs are created in universal shapes but are definitively out-of-the-box.
Stacy Naden Art Show, 6 p.m., Saturday, at Cowboy Coffee. Free. [email protected]
Rising music stars
The Star Valley Jr. Music Festival is an outstanding collection of performances by students and teachers. Star Valley Rotary Club will award the SVRC Musicians Scholarship at the concert.
Star Valley Jr. Music Festival Concert, 7 p.m., Saturday, at the Star Valley High School. Free. lampshadestudio.com/jrmusicfestival.
Father’s Day for the birds
Enjoy a fun and feather-filled afternoon of food, music, kids activities, flight demonstrations and birds on display.
RaptorFest, 1 to 5 p.m., Sunday, at the Teton Raptor Center. Free. 203-2551; tetonraptorcenter.org.
Climate in the Tetons
Glenn D. Thackray, Professor of Geosciences at Idaho State University discusses the dynamic glacial changes and their influences. Teton glaciers have shrunk over the last few decades, but the story is more complex.
Six Decades of Glaciers and Climate in the Teton Range, 6 p.m., Tuesday at the Teton County Library. Free. geologistsofjacksonhole.org.
Join Amy Collett from Teton County Weed and Pest District and Rachel Daluge from the Teton Conservation District to identify and discuss wildflowers, native and non-native plants and noxious plant species.
Old Pass Road Wildflower Walk, 9 a.m., Wednesday, meet at the Old Pass Road Trailhead. Free. www.tetonparksandrec.org.