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Bird Photo Booth April 3, 2014  |  By Jane Lavino

Bird Photo Booth by Jane Lavino, Sugden Family Curator of Education & Exhibits Rachel Morris, our Americorps Education Intern, is experimenting with a new interpretive tool outside the Museum on our Sculpture Trail…The Bird Photo Booth. By placing a camera in this box and connecting it via wifi we can instantly stream photos and video footage of up-close encounters with…

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April 6 First Sundays Free for Locals April 1, 2014  |  By Admin

Film and art go wild at the First Sunday “staycation”: PBS’s “Animal Odd Couples” film (left) explores some interesting animal friendships. The museum’s “Elegy” exhibition includes the photograph “Cheetah & Cubs” (right) © Nick Brandt, 2012, Courtesy of Hasted Kraeutler Gallery, New York. Jackson Hole locals ready to abandon snow sports for a day of cultural fun can…

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Experiencing Wildlife through art March 27, 2014  |  By Jim McNutt

James Northcote, A Tiger’s Den, 1816. JKM Collection®, National Museum of Wildlife Art. © James Northcote. Population estimates show that in the current decade, for the first time, more than half the world’s people live in cities. As recently as 1800, only 3% of people were urban residents.  This enormous shift reflects many changes and calls up even more…

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Staycation! March 25, 2014  |  By Admin

Explore our current exhibits during your staycation!

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dogs and sculptures March 20, 2014  |  By Wendy Merrick

Even dogs love the Sculpture Trail! Museum Events Manager Wendy Merrick’s dog “Dizzy Izzy” loves running along the trail. Being a true bird dog, she was immediately attracted to artist Sandy Scott’s Presidential Eagle.