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Giant wooden troll takes up residence in Wyoming park

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Where once there were pebbles, now sits an enormous troll. The recycled wooden sculpture, now lounging in Rendezvous Park, is the brainchild of Copenhagen artist Thomas Dambo, who has built trolls all over the world. Their whimsical construction beckons spectators to clamber aboard, and in the case of R Park, serves as a bridge to ferry the fun from the park to a nearby miniature island.
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Concert on the Commons back this summer, beginning July 3

TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. — Concert on the Commons is back this summer after canceling last year due to COVID-19 concerns. The concert series is presented by the Teton Village Association (TVA), Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and TVA business partners. “We are pleased to bring back Concert on the Commons,”...
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Arts & music

The free Music on Main series starts at 6 p.m. Thursday at Victor City Park, 80 N. Main St. in Victor. The featured band will be The Broadcast, which is described as a “psychedelic soul-rock band” according to the event description. Caitlin Krisko is the leading vocalist for The Broadcast.
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2 national bands to perform at Teton County Fair Kickoff Concert

JACKSON, Wyo. (KIFI) – The 2021 Teton County Fair will look a lot more like normal this year with the return of live music at the Fair Kickoff Concert. This year’s concert features the American Folk duo, Jamestown Revival, and the North Carolina string band quartet Mipso. Mipso, known for...
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Altamira Fine Art features the paintings of David Grossmann

JACKSON, Wyo. — This month, Altamira Fine Art will feature landscape painter David Grossmann‘s show, Passages. His contemplative work offers a uniquely modern approach, making him a perfect fit among Altamira’s Western Contemporary artists. A Colorado native who has lived in Chile and traveled the world, David Grossman calls his...
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Scene Briefs, June 9

Jackson Hole has a brand new band. Station 54 — Justin Smith, Shane Wolf, John Gallagher and Steve Place — make their debut June 9 at Melvin Brewing, with dates at the Wort Hotel’s Silver Dollar Showroom and the Knotty Pine in Victor, Idaho, in the weeks to come. A...
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Altamira eases in with Grossmann's 'Passages'

Altamira Fine Art captures the feeling of post-pandemic reality with the anticipation of David Grossmann’s solo exhibition “Passages.”. Grossmann’s show opened June 8, offering the kind of reflection demanded of all of us after a year of uncertainty and finding ourselves on the cusp of renewed hope. “There’s definitely a...
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Hope blossoms at Turner Fine Art

A little more than a year ago, early in the coronavirus pandemic, when people were beginning to isolate at home, it became clear to artist Kathryn Mapes Turner that in a time when uncertainty permeated everything, people needed art. “It was art, it was music, it was Netflix, that was...
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Youth Orchestra invites all to MusicLand

Grab a blanket and some grub and head over to the Center For the Arts’ outdoor amphitheater to celebrate the hard work area musicians have put into the Jackson Hole Youth Orchestra’s Spring Pops Concert. MusicLand, a resident nonprofit at the Center for the Arts led by violinist and Executive...
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Mountain Trails Gallery raring for summer

Summer in the Tetons always brings a renewed sense of life and joy as the world blooms and greens and trails open up to the natural grandeur of the Rocky Mountain West. This summer feels particularly full of excitement, as the world and Jackson Hole open up after a weary season of pandemic.
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Country music fest kicks off new normal

Melinda Case sat in the front row directly in front of the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar stage, dancing in her seat and singing along in her cowboy hat. “We’re huge fans of Midland,” Case said over the almost deafening sounds of the crowd and music. “We came from San Diego specifically for this concert.”
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Local artist is featured at Gallery Wild in Jackson Hole

Over Memorial Day weekend, Ron Russon, local artist, had his work featured at Gallery Wild in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Ron has had his unique painting style featured in many galleries in the western United States including Gallery Mar in Park City, Wilde Meyer Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona, Fibonacci Fine Art in St. George, Utah Artist Hands in Salt Lake City and Rare Gallery in Jackson Hole.
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Artist turns recycled pallets into a whimsical sculpture in Jackson Hole

JACKSON — Where once there were pebbles, now sits an enormous troll. The recycled wooden sculpture, now lounging in Rendezvous Park, is the brainchild of Copenhagen artist Thomas Dambo, who has built trolls all over the world. Their whimsical construction beckons spectators to clamber aboard, and in the case of...
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Touch-a-Truck returns Sunday

What says summer in the Tetons more than the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum’s annual Touch-a-Truck event?. Help the museum raise funds by bringing the family and friends to learn all about trucks — fire engines, ambulances, police cars, front-end loaders, rotary snowplows and much more — straight from their operators.
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PAWS’ Tuxes and Tails shy $9,000 of their Comedy Campaign Goal; last day to support!

JACKSON, Wyo. —Today is the LAST DAY to go online and support PAWS of Jackson Hole’s Comedy Campaign. PAWS hired local, actor, writer, and comedian Andrew Munz to create a series of pet-themed comedy vignettes that that have received rave reviews throughout the community. The vignettes offer laughter and levity in an otherwise challenging time. Today’s final vignette features Andrew Munz as Darren Cooke: Shedding’ the Spread of Poop Bags in Jackson Hole.
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Artist turns recycled pallets into a whimsical sculpture in Jackson Hole

JACKSON — Where once there were pebbles, now sits an enormous troll. The recycled wooden sculpture, now lounging in Rendezvous Park, is the brainchild of Copenhagen artist Thomas Dambo, who has built trolls all over the world. Their whimsical construction beckons spectators to clamber aboard, and in the case of...