The head of JH Public Art says the return of the annual GlowNights art installations is an opportunity for the community to come together outside.
The legendary photographer reflects on the famed mama bear’s role in conservation.
Ivan McClellan documents cowboys and cowgirls in the American West, challenging mythology to include people of color.
It’s one of three artworks recently commissioned by JH Public Art by artists with ties to Jackson’s sister city in Tlaxcala, Mexico.
Geraci, the director of Jackson Hole Public Art, discusses the inspiration behind her new collection, “Where have you been?”
Dougherty’s nest-like sculpture woven of willow branches is now on display outside the Center for the Arts.
The local artist discusses her passion for the outdoors, love of color and the healing power of art.
A free event Tuesday with historian and author Bob Blair at the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum will discuss the work of “pioneer photographer” William Henry Jackson.
The Colorado-based artist discusses her creative process and how sentimentality plays a major role in her work.