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Mix’d Media: Asher Jay October 8, 2014  |  By Admin

image: Copyright © Asher Jay 2014 www.asherjay.com Meet New York City based graphic designer, animal rights activist, and National Geographic Emerging Explorer ASHERJAY at a casual meet-n-greet at 10AM. Hear about her new exhibition Tusk, Horn, Flesh & Bone and her animal conservation work. Later, from 6-9PM, party at a masquerade ball at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Create your own endangered…

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Fables, Feathers, and Fur returns October 1, 2014  |  By Admin

This summer, we introduced an education program called Fables, Feathers, and Fur. FF&F encourages young museum visitors to actively engage with the collection through responding to works of art complimented by storytelling and hands-on activities. First, participants look deeply at a painting to build narrative facilitated by questions such as What is going on in this picture? What…

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Moose visit the Sculpture Trail September 25, 2014  |  By Admin

A mother cow moose and her baby calf visited the National Museum of Wildlife Art this morning. Although we couldn’t let them in the front doors to see the art, they were able to walk the Sculpture Trail!

27th Annual Western Visions Show a Success September 23, 2014  |  By Admin

More than 400 people from around the world attended the National Museum of Wildlife Art 27th Annual Western Visions® fundraiser, including top contemporary and traditional wildlife artists and collectors.  The museum showcased a combination of well-established, top-selling artists, and emerging talents who are the next generation of leading wildlife artists.  Western Visions is a cornerstone of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. This year’s event was…

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Ask a Curator day September 16, 2014  |  By Admin

The National Museum of Wildlife Art will be participating in the 2014 Ask A Curator day on social media on Wednesday, September 17. Write to us on Twitter @WildlifeArtJH and our curatorial team will respond. Join the conversation online by following #AskACurator. #AskACurator Tweets