Exhibition open December 17, 2022 – February 12, 2023
More than 80 percent of the world’s flowering plants need a pollinator to reproduce and survive. This year the student-curated project presented by art students at Jackson Hole High School focuses on local wildlife and pollination. The students working on this project wanted to spotlight the theme of pollinators vs pollinated all across Wyoming. “We believe that pollination is a crucial part of the many vibrant ecosystems here in Wyoming, without the help of our pollinators, we wouldn’t be able to enjoy the beauties of a diverse Wyoming,” the student curators Bella DiPaola, Madeleine Moore, Maggie Hofmann, and Zoe Joralemon wrote.
The National Museum of Wildlife Art is dedicated to displaying student art in a professional setting, and we are proud to partner with young artists from Jackson Hole High School on this exhibit.
Wolves: Photography by Ronan DonovanThrough April 29, 2023
This exhibition features the impactful work of National Geographic Explorer and photographer Ronan Donovan. Created by National Geographic Society and the National Museum of Wildlife Art, this exhibition will display images and videos—highlighting the contrast between wolves that live in perceived competition with humans and wolves that live without human intervention.See the Exhibit
For the Love of CaninesThrough August 27, 2023
For the Love of Canines questions humans’ relation and fascination with canines, whether love or loathing, through works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection.See the Exhibit