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State of the Art: Student Art Show

About the Exhibit

February 16, 2021 - May 9, 2021

This youth art exhibition is a collaboration between the Museum and the local art educators in Teton County. The goal of this exhibit is to engage children with art on a higher level and demonstrate the sequential skills students learn through their school art programs. The exhibition features more than 300 works of art by K – 12 students from 14+ local schools. Students are then invited to bring their families to the Museum to enjoy the collaborative art show.

ESTADO DEL ARTE:

Esta exposición de arte juvenil es una colaboración anual entre el Museo Nacional de Arte de Vida Silvestre y los educadores de arte de nuestras escuelas locales. Los cientos de piezas de arte en exhibición demuestran maravillosamente cómo los estudiantes evolucionan y crecen como artistas, a medida que avanzan en los grados K-12. Cada educador de arte interpretó el tema Elementos a su manera. ¡La diversidad de los medios y el enfoque artístico muestran la creatividad de nuestros estudiantes y la calidad de la educación artística en el condado de Teton!

STATE OF THE ART: STUDENT ART SHOW NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

Click through the links below to see all the outstanding art talent present in our K-12 students and teachers!

Introduction Panel Text (English)

Introduction Panel Text (Spanish)

Linsay Alexander: Alta Elementary School & Wilson Elementary School

Lauren Brzozowski: Jackson Elementary School

Heidi Kohler: Mountain Academy

Heidi Thompson: Colter Elementary School

Elyse Mock: Munger Mountain Elementary School

Tonia Ralston: C-V Ranch

Amy Loughry: Jackson Hole High School

Hannah Horigan: Jackson Hole High School

Shannon Borrego: Jackson Hole High School

Elizabeth Birnie: Classical Academy

Sarah McWhorter: Classical Academy

Ella Ginsbury: Jackson Hole Community School

 

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

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