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Middle school programs at the National Museum of Wildlife Art

Middle School Programs at the Museum

Wildlife Sculpture

Designed for art students with a particular interest in sculpture, the tour includes indoor and outdoor sculpture at the Museum. Discussion covers location, attachment to base, pose and attention to detail, and a variety of sculptural media and process. Students get the chance to explore their personal preferences for sculpture through the “Token Response” game played in the galleries. Students sculpt or sketch on their own using works from the collection as inspiration.

Middle School Outreach Art-Making Collaboration

This partnership with Jackson’s pARTners organization provides extra-curricular art instruction at Jackson Hole Middle School. Topics are thematically related to the Museum’s collection and include such explorations as Impressionist painting, sculpture-making, still-life sketching, and nature photography. Schedule and topics vary by year. Contact us for details.

Middle School Studio Project

This year’s program will run from February 14 – March 21, 2018.

For more information, please contact:

Lisa Simmons
Associate Curator of Education and Outreach
(307) 732-5435

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