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The Studio Project

Art Enrichment

Free, annual art enrichment program for Teton County Teens

The National Museum of Wildlife Art and The Art Association of Jackson Hole collaborate to present Teton County teens with the opportunity to participate in a free, annual art enrichment program. We offer local students the opportunity to explore materials and processes not readily available in their classrooms. Students will be exposed to working artists and designers who teach a wide variety of artistic skills and help students grow a professional art portfolio. The program culminates in a student exhibition.

The 2021 Studio Project media focus for middle and high school students is ILLUSTRATION with Nina Palomba! More information available here [and en español]

The online application is now open; Applications are due by January 31, 2021.

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This program costs $50 per student, but the National Museum of Wildlife Art is offering scholarships. For any questions or more information please email SariAnn Platt at splatt@wildlifeart.org.

View the 2020 Studio Project exhibition online!

 

What People Are Saying

Wonderful art work combined with informative timelines. Earthly deco inside with an option for a self guided outdoor sculpture garden - worth the walk. Don’t skip the children’s art display - simply delightful.

- SueMcdonald8, Severna Park, Maryland

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