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All posts tagged "jackson hole art"
CULTURE FRONT: A world of words at Tayloe Piggott
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – When you step inside Tayloe Piggott Gallery, be prepared to enter two distinct yet related conversations. The concurrent shows, “Mari Andrews: Gravitational Pull” and “Paronomasia” (both hanging through February 7, 2015), invite...
- Posted December 23, 2014
CULTURE FRONT: As important as hospitals and highways
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – In a series of casual conversations, Culture Front and Center of Wonder discuss creating a cultural strategy for Jackson Hole. Last time we met, Center of Wonder presented an idea to create a...
- Posted October 21, 2014
CULTURE FRONT: Preserving fleeting messages
In a culture of increasing ephemera, even our communication can have a throwaway quality. Dashed off emails. Texting on the fly. Messaging in shorthand. It’s like we leave a trail of babble behind ourselves, littering the virtual...
- Posted October 8, 2014
CULTURE FRONT: ‘Banjostand’ to exude temporary tunes
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – It’s true that anywhere you turn here in the great “Montropolis” of Jackson Hole you can hit an artist with a snowball. Just as legit is how many places in the country...
- Posted September 24, 2014
CULTURE FRONT: Wallis returns to da streets
Planet Jackson Hole: You’ve transitioned from making work about rappers to creating prints of drug dealers and gangsters. Tell me why. Aaron Wallis: I felt that, to a certain extent, some rappers are actors glorifying a gangster...
- Posted August 27, 2014
Power to the pedestrian
The POP experiment hijacks Deloney Street. Jackson Hole, Wyoming – For many of us, Jackson Hole encapsulates an air of possibility. But while our natural arenas unleash potential for individual progress, we’re left with few public spaces...
- Posted August 27, 2014
CULTURE FRONT: Artists need housing too
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – In most American communities, having a significant portion of a workforce living out of cars or tents would be seen as evidence of poverty. But in Jackson, seasonal workers, undocumented workers, service industry...
- Posted August 13, 2014
CULTURE FRONT: Art haters gonna hate
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – I was given a piece of art recently that I really hated. I couldn’t stop thinking and talking about how awful it was. This piece of art enraged me. How could someone have...
- Posted August 6, 2014
Sense, science of place
New work by Andy Kincaid hangs at The Rose. Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The relationship we have with our natural environment is akin to the connection we share with friends and partners; it ebbs and flows, sometimes...
- Posted July 30, 2014
CULTURE FRONT: Asymbol goes analog
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – When Asymbol opens its gallery doors at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, downtown Jackson will get a much-needed injection of contemporary culture. An online gallery since its inception in 2009, Asymbol is putting down...
- Posted July 23, 2014