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Wyoming’s 10 Best Events and Festivals this September

Colloquially known as the ‘Cowboy State’, Wyoming is a peak-strewn region of the Western United States replete with mountain ranges and the surrounding foothills, notably the Eastern Rocky Mountains. This summer, Wyoming plays host to myriad arts and cultural events, from festivals celebrating the arts in Jackson to chomping on Greek delights in Cheyenne. Wyoming proves the month of September to be a cultural one and offers passers-by these 10 unmissable events, and more.

Art | Logan Maxwell Hagege – Changing Light
1 September – 14 September
Jackson’s Trailside Gallery is hosting Logan Maxwell Hagege’s new exhibition, Changing Light, in which he conjures up quintessential scenes from the American Southwest in a series of figural and landscape works. Hagege deftly depicts scenes emulating Native American life and culture, framed in the thirsty environs of the Southwest desert; his appetite for dusty scenes developed during youthful sojourns at his grandmother’s house in the California desert. To meet Hagege to discuss his art, there will be an artist’s reception on 13 September. Hagege’s works on display at the Changing Light exhibition will be sold by draw.
Trailside Gallery, 130 East Broadway, Jackson, WY, USA, +1 307 733 3186

Art | Fall Gold
1 September – 14 September
For a melange of some of Oklahoma’s best wildlife, landscape and sporting art, lumber into the Trailside Gallery in Jackson for the annual Fall Gold Exhibition and Sale. This yearly aesthetic fiesta occurs to coincide with the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, also featured. Participating artists include Brent Cotton, Michael Godfrey, Bonnie Marris, Jim Morgan, George Northup, and many others, some of whom will be in attendance at the artists’ reception on 13 September. Many of the artworks on display will be procurable so be sure to pack your wallet; you might even walk out with some Fall Gold.
Fall Gold, 130 East Broadway, Jackson, WY, USA, +1 307 733 3186

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