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

JuliAnne Thomas

Director of Communications & Development

JuliAnne has lived in Jackson, WY off and on throughout her life and permanently moved back in 2010 after spending 14 years in Washington, DC.  She owns and operates j4 Strategies, a public relations and strategic planning consulting business.  She has worked in the advertising, public relations and government relations areas for over 30 years, primarily focusing on the travel and tourism, energy, healthcare and telecommunications fields.  Locally, she has served on the boards of Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited, The Murie Center and Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities.

JuliAnne’s love of Jackson Hole and exploring the outdoors began at a young age when her family vacation regularly in the Pinedale area, visiting family friends and her great uncle who was a professor at the University of Wyoming.  In her downtime she enjoys the outdoors with her husband, John, and their family, fly fishing, kayaking, hiking and skiing.  A native Iowan, JuliAnne received her B.A. in Mass Communications and Journalism from Iowa State University.

Travis Walker

Travis Walker is the founder and director of Teton Artlab, a nonprofit arts organization founded in 2007 that supports artists through a dynamic artist in residence program. He earned his BFA in Painting and Printmaking in 2000 from Virginia Commonwealth University. He was an Artist In Residence at the Vermont Studio Center in 2000 and a 2013 Artist in Residence at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Walker was a 2013 panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts Artists Communities Grant. In 2012, he won the “Rising Star Award” from the Cultural Council of Jackson Hole. In 2013, he won Best Emerging Artist in Jackson Hole by Planet Jackson Hole. He is represented by Altamira Fine Art in Wyoming and Arizona and Visions West Contemporary in Montana and Colorado.

Wonder Board

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


    Veronica Silberberg, Chair

    George A. Beller

    Stephen Dynia

    Grace Hartman

    Erika Pearsall Jannotta

    Cathy Kehr

    Peta Roubin

    William P. Schwartz

    Gary Silberberg


    Addie Donnan
    Frances Tessler


Grow engagement with the arts in Jackson Hole