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CALL OF THE WILD Jackson Hole, Wyoming | Illuminating Humanity’s Relationship with Nature | 2015-16 Bull-Bransom Award By Irene M.K. Rawlings, Editor An Exclusive Interview with National Geographic’s Chris Johns By Irene M.K. Rawlings, Editor Ai Weiwei Circle of Animals / Zodiac Heads By Irene M.K. Rawlings, Editor The Sculpture Trail A Brief History By Jane Lavino, Sugden Family Curator of Education and Exhibits Oldest Living Things in the World By Rachel Sussman Interview by Irene M.K. Rawlings, Editor REGULARS 8 52 From the President and CEO About the Museum Around Town, Around the Country By Jennifer Weydeveld, Director of Marketing Museum Shop Looking at Wildlife Art: Journey’s End By Bert Raynes, Naturalist Profiles: Giving Back FEATURES 2 National Museum of Wildlife Art | WildlifeArt.org In Dubious Battle Paintings by Shelley Reed By Irene M.K. Rawlings, Editor Fight or Flight Art, Action, Animals By Adam D. Harris, Ph.D., Petersen Curator of Art and Research The Conservation Gallery By Adam D. Harris, Ph.D., Petersen Curator of Art and Research Aesop’s Fables By Bronwyn Minton, Associate Curator of Art and Research Photography at the Summit By Irene M.K. Rawlings, Editor The Rungius Society On the Traill: New Acquisitions In Gratitude: Museum Society Members Events: Western Visions® Events: Plein Air Fest, Etc. About the Museum: How it All Began Last Look: Canada Lynx 14 20 22 27 28 4 6 8 18 46 48 32 36 41 42 60 50 52 54 56 58 66 72 (ON THE COVER) Photo © Alan Bartels, Courtesy of Clarkson Creative. | All images © the artist or artist’s estate, or the National Museum of Wildlife Art.


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