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Jackson Hole High School Student-Curated Exhibit
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About the Exhibit

January 26, 2019 - February 24, 2019


In the words of our student-curators:
Man-Made Beasts brings to light the detrimental effects of human civilization on animal life. After picking a country at random, students created a work of art featuring an animal from their chosen country interacting with human civilization. Jackson Hole High School’s partnership with the National Museum of Wildlife Art aims to recognize animals of the world and the damaged ecosystems they inhabit through art.

This exhibit celebrates student artists in the local community and provides a powerful experience for them to work together and present their art in a professional setting. To create this exhibit, a small group of student curators will conceive of a theme to present to over fifty of their peers who then create artwork based on that theme. This program promotes a student-centered learning agenda and offers local high school artists personal responsibility in generating a high quality, engaging product for museum visitors of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy.

Opening Reception | February 3, 2019

Click on the images below to view some of the work that will be on display at the exhibit

What People Are Saying

We went here because one of our kids wasn't feeling too well so we looked for options that were softer than trekking (summers) , and we absolutely loved it . The art work is fascinating and beautiful and varied ...a must visit - esp if its a rainy day :)

- amazingnivs, Mumbai

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