Thanks to our Western Visions Volunteers! September 24, 2013 | By Carter Cox
Fall Arts Festival may be over, but I’m still thinking about Western Visions. Western Visions is a time when the National Museum of Wildlife Art is buzzing with energy and excitement about the art for show and sale. Leading up to and during Western Visions, our volunteers step-up to ensure all of our guests enjoy their experience. Since May, our volunteers put in almost 900 hours to support Western Visions.
In this photo, we have veteran volunteer, Patricia Dempsey, helping with a table at the Jewelry and Artisan Luncheon that was held at the Four Seasons Jackson Hole. Also shown are Donna Blessley and Jules Kirby, two new volunteers who helped artists at the Luncheon.
Thank you to all of the volunteers who make Western Visions such an successful and fun time!
Carter Cox, Assistant Curator of Education and Exhibits