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“A new year is upon us, marking a time for reflection and anticipation. 2016 was a turbulent year, underscoring the important role art plays in encouraging dialogue between people and

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“Happiness is the exercise of vital powers, along lines of excellence, in a life that affords them scope.” ~Aristotle How many of us exercise life in a state of happiness

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The Grand Teton Association’s summer writing program, “Writers in the Environment,” produced by Jackson author Tina Welling, is a superlative venue for writers looking for a workshop that takes place

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Through February 25th, noted plein air painter Scott L. Christensen is offering to critique other artists’ work. He’s doing so for the benefit of Friends of the Teton River; critiques

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Walter Hood’s name is now familiar in Jackson; the Oakland, California landscape architect is the creative visionary man-with-a-sculpture-trail-plan. And that plan will soon materialize at the National Museum of Wildlife Art

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