By on November 11, 2014



Souper bowl


Select a locally handcrafted ceramic bowl and fill it with the culinary creations of this year’s soup chefs, then vote for your favorites. Music provided by Sweet Thursdays.

Souper Bowl, 6 to 8 p.m. at Driggs Community Center. $10-25.

Birds of Audubon


Celebrate John James Audubon’s impact on art and design your own paper feather with artist Abby Paffrath, dance to DJ VerT-OnE and enjoy nest-themed cuisine.

Mix’d Media: The Art of Birds, 6 to 9 p.m. at NMWA. $5 admission.

Skipping the sex


View Skipped Parts, a film about two transplants trying to fit into the fabric of Western life. Tim Sandlin will discuss the art of screenwriting and his experience in Hollywood.

Movie Night at the Library: Skipped Parts, 6 to 9 p.m. at TC Library. Free.

The Met: Carmen


Don’t miss Richard Eyre’s stunning production of Carmen, about the ill-fated temptress and her desperate lover that takes place among the bullfighters in Seville, Spain.

The Met Opera: Carmen, 7 p.m. at Center for the Arts. $12-20.

FRIDAY 11.14

Kosharek’s new show


Todd Kosharek will show new works that will inspire every viewer to react differently. A great painting allows space for the viewer to go in any direction they need to.

Todd Kosharek Art Opening, 6 to 8 p.m. at Cowboy Coffee. Free.

Cupcakes in the woods


Mike Piggott considers everything with the same care and attention, from the ethereal to the ephemeral. A muffin propped on a plate is as perfect as a landscape.

Mike Piggott Show, 6 to 8 p.m. at Tayloe Piggott Gallery. Free.


Desserts in the raw


A great afternoon for culinary-curious individuals and families will include hands-on recipe creation, tastings and the science behind creating different fillings for raw desserts.

Raw Dessert Workshop, 1 to 3 p.m. at Healthy Being. Free.

One-person whirlwind


Yo Miss!, Judith Sloan’s one-person whirlwind of characters, challenges preconceptions while reminding us of our common humanity. A Q&A with Sloan will follow.

Yo Miss!: Solo Show, 7 p.m. in 2nd Floor Studio One. $10-20,

MONDAY 11.17

Pro-wildlife photographers

Local and nationally recognized photographers Tim Mayo and Kent Nelson present a slideshow and information about how photographers can be the best wildlife advocates.

Teton Photography Show, 6 p.m. at Art Association. Free.

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