About DailyWonder

Discover arts, music & culture in Jackson Hole

DailyWonder offers the best possible collection of what to do in Jackson Hole. Our curated calendar features more than 80 creative events each week.

DailyWonder partners contribute events ranging from pop-up shows to workshops and world-class performances. Our Wonder Team stays on the lookout for lesser known events and fills in the gaps. Together we create a calendar full of happenings from local creatives, music venues, arts organizations and Jackson Hole businesses.

The calendar helps you discover new venues and disciplines by cross-pollinating audiences across different art forms. While you’re checking out the latest happenings at your favorite spot, it’s easy to discover a new gallery, music venue or class.

By featuring events via articles, email and social media, we build greater awareness of and engagement with the arts in Jackson Hole and keep those events in the public eye. Most importantly, we build community around and for the arts in Jackson Hole, to empower our collective success as a creative community.

Our story

The nonprofit organization Center of Wonder launched the DailyWonder calendar in Fall 2016 to help fulfill our mission to advocate for the arts in Jackson Hole and empower its creative leaders.

The calendar is free for both users and contributors thanks to essential support from individual donors to Center of Wonder and generous grants from the Wyoming Arts Council and The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole.

We rely on support from the people who enjoy and use DailyWonder to keep it as vibrant as our arts community.

Why wonder

We believe the potential for transformation through wonder exists when you experience the arts. Whether it’s a live performance with hundreds of other people, immersing yourself in a visual exhibit or bringing your own creativity to life – the arts lift us beyond our ordinary state of being to one of curiosity, delight and awe.

Experience wonder. Discover new events, artists, musicians and speakers on DailyWonder. Take action. Go to an event or take a class and let us know where you find your wonder.

Learn more about the programs and impact of Center of Wonder


Wonder Team

Lyndsay - In spring 2014, Lyndsay Rowan McCandless became the Executive Director of Center of Wonder. After graduating from Princeton University in 1991 with degrees in Art History and Studio Art, she moved to Jackson to be a “ski-bum” for just one year. An artist herself, Lyndsay has also taught art and art history to all ages through the New Hampton School, Snake River Institute, Art Association, National Museum of Wildlife Art and pARTners. She has been a board member of the Art Association, Teton ArtLab, and Pursue Balance. She was the Director at Martin-Harris Gallery and Heather James Fine Art. In 2008, Lyndsay was awarded the Cultural Council’s ‘Award for Creativity”. Her own gallery, Lyndsay McCandless Contemporary, was voted “Best Contemporary Gallery” in 2009 and 2010. She is also the mother of three girls, and an avid skier and ice-hockey player.
Kirsten - Raised in Lander and Jackson, Wyoming, Kirsten Corbett is a storyteller and digital media communicator. She holds a degree in Modern Culture & Media: Literature & Society from Brown University. Fond of books as a child, she pursued that passion as an Americorps volunteer to help co-found Teton Literacy Program (now Teton Literacy Center) and later work in Outreach and Communications at Teton County Library. Her love of words also led to work locally as an outdoor columnist and freelance writer. Kirsten served on the Teton Literacy Program and Cultural Council of Jackson Hole boards. She now teaches meditation and yoga. She thrives on being a parent, playing outdoors and constantly learning.

Wonder Board

Learn more about our parent non-profit Center of Wonder’s leadership and board members.


    Shari Brownfield, President
    Pamela Gibson, Vice President
    Gary Silberberg, Treasurer
    Erika Pearsall Jannotta
    Peta Roubin
    William P. Schwartz


    Addie Donnan
    Frances Tessler


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