Mix’d Media: Flat Creek Celebration August 7, 2014 | By Admin
One of the institutional goals of the National Museum of Wildlife Art is to enrich and inspire appreciation and knowledge of humanity’s relationship with nature. The August 7 Mix’d Media program intends to do just that. We are teaming up with Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited to celebrate our beloved Flat Creek. Visitors will create their own brooches using fly-tying materials with the expert assistance of Jackson Hole One Fly guide and JHTU Trustee, Jay Buchner, and JHTU Director of Volunteer Operations Beverly Smith. We will also be decorating trout shaped magnets that will remind participants of JHTU’s important conservation efforts when they see them hanging on the fridge. The Rising Sage Café will offer tasty food and drink. Snake River Brewing Company will be vending their award winning beer. Museum members will get in FREE to the evening of food, drink, art -making, and music, while future-members will be invited to join the celebration for just $5.
The galleries will be open and offer guests the opportunity to explore a new Odd Couple pair in the Pathways Gallery, featuring two very different representations of fish in art.
We are thrilled that two local bands, Maddy & the Groove Spots and The Plaid Project, will share their amazing talent. In fact, it will be the debut performance of The Plaid Project; a new band consisting of several members of local favorites Elk Attack/The Flannel Attractions.
Guests who do not want to drive can catch a FREE ride with the Limo Lounge at the top and bottom of the hour between 6-9 pm on the Town Square, across from the Cowboy Bar.
Join us for this fabulous evening on the terrace and in Johnston Hall from 6-9 pm this Thursday!
For more information check out our Facebook event page!
Mix’d Media programs are generously sponsored by Cultural Council of Jackson Hole / Town and County Arts for All, Home Health for Pets, and Spring Creek Ranch.