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Winter in Jackson Hole… January 8, 2013  |  By Jill Callahan

Winter in Jackson Hole is the perfect time to slow down and take your time exploring the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

It is a time to revisit your favorite works of art, and to consider the current exhibitions. Sam Easterson’s captivating “Running Wild” video installation is now rotating new videos, and “National Geographic Greatest Photos of the American West” is the perfect exhibition to meander through with a friend, enjoying thought-provoking conversation about the images. Stop by the Member’s Lounge and use the spotting scope for fantastic views of the National Elk Refuge, now full of life.

When I was a college student studying abroad, we jetted around Europe every weekend, and had the opportunity to visit the world’s best museums. We were overfed with rich art. How I wish I could go back and give each exhibition the time it deserved.

I am still discovering new things in our galleries. Come on up and do the same. And don’t forget to take a brisk walk on the Sculpture Trail. Things may look a little different with a coat of snow on.

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