- FEATURE: POINT OF ORDER, General feelings on the session so far
- FEED ME: Hatch has a catch or two
- ART FEATURE: Reviving bygone beauty
- GUEST OPINION: Support bill to embrace science standards
- MOMIX: A dance of illusion
- GET OUT: Bar BC excursion a blast from the past
- THEM ON US
- MUSIC BOX: Ugly Valley Boys make beautiful music
- PROPS & DISSES
- FEATURE: The Path to Ruins, Burgeoning author Andrew Munz hunts down Jess Walter
All posts by Kelsey Dayton
HIGH ART: A ski hunting heritage
JACKSON, WYO – For thousands of years the people living in the Altay Mountains of East-Central Asia have built their own skis. They are designed for the champagne powder of the mountains and to allow the maneuvering...
- Posted January 21, 2014
CULTURE MATTERS: Dancers’ stage fractured fairy tales
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Most are familiar with the story of the “Princess and the Pea”: prince tries to find a bride by testing whether his suitors are real princesses by placing a pea beneath multiple mattresses,...
- Posted December 17, 2013
HIGH ART: Mix’d Media gets Euro
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – When people think of Europe, they usually think old buildings and museums, not wildlife. The National Museum of Wildlife Art’s current exhibit, “Wild Wonders of Europe,” aims to change that perception and people...
- Posted December 10, 2013
HIGH ART: Return of Red Horses
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – In 2007, artist September Vhay was in Seattle when she saw a sculpture of a horse by Deborah Butterfield. Vhay started drawing the sculpture. That loose drawing would lead to a series of...
- Posted December 10, 2013
HIGH ART: Belbruno brings cosmos to canvas
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – When artist Edward Belbruno looks at trees, he sees them as red. Rocks are phosphorescent green. “That’s how I see the world,” he said. And that is how he paints the world. Belbruno...
- Posted November 26, 2013
CULTURE MATTERS: Strayed, found: ‘Wild’ author explores fear, beauty, growth
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – In 1995, grieving the death of her mother, her marriage collapsing, Cheryl Strayed decided on a whim, without training or backpacking experience, to hike the 2,663-mile-long Pacific Crest Trail. She chronicled her journey...
- Posted October 22, 2013
HIGH ART: Art Association celebrates 50 years with gala, after-party
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – It was the winter of “elk and crackers,” or so local legend says. Each winter people gathered in Georgie Morgan’s kitchen, creating art and making crafts to sell. Sometime in the 1950s, during a...
- Posted October 1, 2013
Silver screen untamed: Film, conservation and community coalesce at JH Wildlife Film Fest
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival brings some of the world’s top filmmakers to Jackson for a week of workshops, speakers and films. Since it began in 1991, the biennial Jackson Hole Wildlife Film...
- Posted September 17, 2013
HIGH ART: Caring about cairns
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – They are meant to lead the way, to guide and memorialize. In the mountains few things are as welcome as a well-defined cairn when you think you’ve lost your way. Jackson artist Bronwyn Minton...
- Posted September 10, 2013
HIGH ART II: Seek your fiery Fortune at Horizon
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – You will see a lot of paintings at this year’s Fall Arts Festival. Undoubtedly a few of the more memorable ones will be found at Christopher Owen Nelson’s exhibition “The Fortune Teller” at...
- Posted September 3, 2013