Day to Night: In the Field with Stephen WilkesMay 24, 2019 - August 18, 2019
A photography exhibition showcasing stunning images by Stephen Wilkes that capture the passage of time. The exhibition features expansive and powerful mega-prints of captivating bird migrations, measuring roughly 7 feet tall and 12 feet wide. The prints focus on migratory species and their habitats that are under threat due to climate change and human impact, such as commercial fishing and menacing tourists. Visitors get an intimate look at: Black-browed albatrosses, Northern gannets, Sandhill cranes, and Lesser flamingos. Behind the scenes of each massive image, visitors learn about the species, the location where Wilkes photographed them, and what makes them integral to the ecosystem. Wilkes’ photography can be used as an instrument for change, inspiring solutions to help protect species and habitats that are at risk.
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Thursday, June 27, 2019
Western Visions® 2023Through October 1, 2023
Western Visions® is the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s largest and longest-running fundraiser and is one of the signature events of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival.See the Exhibit
Re-Imagining ConservationThrough November 12, 2023
Re-Imagining Conservation strives to create space for multidisciplinary and varied perspectives about conservation. It encourages visitors to consider new ways to find a healthy balance in our human-animal relationships, including how we live together in shared environments.See the Exhibit