Teton County Library installs excellent visual arts exhibitions. If you haven’t already done so, don’t forget to check out “Netniintoonoo, “The Place Where We Live,” on view through November 10. This photography exhibition was created by students of the Arapaho School as part of the Language Revitalization Project on the Wind River Reservation.
Information on TCL’s next exhibition, currently posted on their website, is below:
November 13-December 30 the Teton County Library hosts a provocative exhibit focusing on coalbed methane drilling, “The New Gold Rush: Images of Coalbed Methane.” See the changes sweeping the open range with this unusual exhibit, combining photographs and satellite images. Four artists, John Amos, Ann Fuller, Patrick Smith and Ted Wood, chronicle how natural gas drilling is altering northern Wyoming’s Powder River Basin. They provide a portrait of the people and the place, now being crisscrossed by pipelines, utility lines, roads, well pads and other changes from the energy boom. On view during regular library hours, Nov. 13 to Dec. 30. Cost: Free. Location: Library’s Exhibit Gallery. Contact: Adult Humanities Coordinator, 733-2164 ext. 135.