All posts by Meg Daly

About Meg Daly

  • Dinaw Mengestu
    Identity, Loss and Reinvention

    JACKSON, WYO – Acclaimed Novelist Dinaw Mengestu Reads in Jackson When we first meet Helen, one of two protagonists in Dinaw Mengestu’s brilliant new novel, All Our Names, Helen describes herself first by invoking her mother. “My...

    • Posted April 22, 2014
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  • Contemporary Dance Wyoming performs within an art installation by Suzanne Morlock. Photo SUZANNE MORLOCK
    CULTURE FRONT: When art meets illness meets land

    JACKSON, WYO – How does the metaphoric landscape of personal life inform our experience of a geographic landscape? This is a central question in a recent installation by Suzanne Morlock on display at the Nicolaysen Museum in...

    • Posted April 15, 2014
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  • Jackson students in a Mobius class. Mobius creator Amelia Terrapin is developing a movement workshop for adults based on systems in nature Photo: Erik Lindquist
    CULTURE FRONT: Placing value on every part

    JACKSON, WYO – Here’s a Mobius strip thought: How can art teach us about science, which in turn could teach us how to run better art organizations? That is one of the questions I considered during a...

    • Posted April 1, 2014
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  • When Bronwyn Minton was selected to create a public art installation outside Center for the Arts, the resulting Cairn Project fueled a new sense of scale in the artist’s work, as well as the challenge to create an interactive viewer experience. Photo BRONWYN MINTON
    CULTURE FRONT: Are awards rewarding?

    JACKSON, WYO – Welcome to the latest incarnation of Culture Front, an evolving inquiry into creativity, art and innovation in Jackson Hole. Every other week I will delve into the new thinking, exploration and creative cross-pollination happening...

    • Posted March 18, 2014
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  • Anna Karenina depicted in Train Tracks by Shannon Troxler.
    HIGH ART: Troxler’s heroines haunt library

    JACKSON HOLE, WYO – What do Anna Karenina, Emma Woodhouse, Daisy Buchanan, Jane Eyre and Scheherazade have in common? They are all young heroines of classic literature. And they are characters who haunt the mind of artist...

    • Posted November 12, 2013
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