The mission of Vista 360° is to help protect mountain places and strengthen mountain communities, in the face of globalization’s challenges and opportunities, through arts, cultural exchange, economic cooperation and the exchange of knowledge and ideas.
In all of our programs and activities, we are pioneering mobile-first technology and enabling mobile technology for community resilience.
Our role is often one of facilitator, creating cross-silo opportunities for collaboration toward shared goals.
Please join us!
AFGHAN FRIENDSHIP FUND
AFGHAN FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE
Emergency relief project partnership
Please Join Us
Our Circle is helping an Afghan family of ten people escape from immediate and life-threatening danger.
The mother is a surgeon, a medical professor and a longtime advocate for women’s education — and she is now also a refugee, without home, livelihood or safety. They urgently need your support and friendship.
It all began with a cowboy hat. We met the family through Vista 360°'s cowboy cultural exchange program in Central Asia. At the World Nomad Games in 2016, we gave the father a cowboy hat as a gift from the U.S. team to the Afghan team. He emailed us five years later, when the Taliban took Kabul.
If you would like to learn more, please email, text or call.
307 413 5847
Candra Day, President
Vista 360° 4 core programs
With our partners, we believe that conserving cultural traditions and supporting small-batch producers has far reaching benefits.
Textile traditions by Kyrgyzstan women since 2004
Traditional cowboy artisans in the Northern Rockies of the U.S.A. since 2021
Global Mind + Local Action:
We support Teton County working to enhance energy use awareness and community resilience.
We support horse people & music programs
We support Mountain people currently focused on central Asia
Mountain to mountain.
We are making progress
to define Mountain Culture.
to define Mountain Culture.
Based in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming, our team has been working on arts and culture programs for over 15 years. From direct involvement in creating the Center for the Arts to countless cultural and community building programs, founder Candra Day has been bringing vitality to community topics since she moved to Wyoming. In 2020, she refreshed the programs of Vista 360° to include greater focus on digital society and enhanced attention on sustainability development goals. "We must all do our part to help the transformation of global society to be fair, inclusive, innovative and creative" she said in a recent interview. "We need that positive energy going more than ever". Candra moved to Teton county in the late 1980's and has seen the place evolve. "We have the resources to become a poster child for sustainability and planning for community resilience," she encourages with a smile. "Projects like the Solar Mural with Land Art Generator, and Mobile Action Content, our smartphone focused work, are great pathways to start the conversation for the coming decade."