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Saturday U March 6, 2014  |  By Admin

Join us this Saturday March 8th in the Cook Auditorium for an exciting learning opportunity! This event sponsored by the University of Wyoming, is a one day college education lecture series and is free and open to the public! Come join us for a day of engaging lectures followed by a free lunch and round-table discussion! Schedule of…

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Trophy Art March 4, 2014  |  By Jane Lavino

“How do you like the deer I kiled (sic)” inscription on reverse. Location and date unknown. From the collection of Ed Lavino This snapshot reflects the fascination we have for animal trophies. UW professor, John Dorst, a specialist in the cultural study of taxidermy, says that mounts such as the deer head above allow us to literally “re-collect” the…

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Trophy art still available for purchase February 26, 2014  |  By Admin

Trophy Art: Fun Forms for All is still available! Were you unable to attend the show and sale on February 22? Don’t worry ­­– there is still time to purchase faux animal mounts from Jackson Hole, national, and amateur artists! Click here to see all artworks still available for purchase. Visit the Wapiti Gallery at the Museum or…

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Trophy Art on Instagram February 24, 2014  |  By Admin

Congratulations to Wilson Formal! They won lunch for 4 at the Rising Sage Café for submitting 16 photos to our Instagram contest. Wilson Formal owner Christy Fox was a guest speaker at the Trophy Art: Fun Forms for All event last Saturday. The Museum asked the public to take pictures of trophy art around Jackson Hole, WY and tag the photos #trophyartjh….

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New Trophy Art event at Museum February 18, 2014  |  By Becky Kimmel

Cat Taylor’s “Wall Mount Rhino” and “Pedestal Mount Zebra.” Trophy Art: Fun Forms for All Saturday, February 22, 11 am to 2 pm The National Museum of Wildlife Art will offer the public an opportunity to purchase unique wildlife-inspired “trophy art,” as well as learn how to decorate using the faux mounts and perhaps create their own “shed antler…

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