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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.

2018 programming is “Learn Bronze Casting” for High School, and “Learn Lost Wax Casting with Silver” for Middle School.

High School Studio Project
10 week program
Mondays 6 – 9 p.m.
January 21 – April 15
Application Due: Friday, January 5
High School Application

Middle School Studio Project
7 week program
6 – 8:30 p.m.
January 23 – March 6
Friday, January 5
Middle School Application

The Studio Project

What People Are Saying

We were told that this was great and we were not disappointed. Wonderful fine wild life art from all over the world. Many great artists.

- HowardLaw, Madison, WI

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