All posts tagged "Jackson Hole Public Art"

  • CREATIVE PEAKS: Molding the Future

    Students dream up art to impact the behavior of millions of visitors. JACKSON HOLE, WY – How do you design art that illustrates the importance of recycling in a universal language? In a place like Grand Teton...

    • Posted March 28, 2017
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  • CULTURE KLASH: PARKing Day

    Artists transform downtown parking spots into places for people and art this week. JACKSON HOLE, WY – Ever since Marcel Duchamp tried to exhibit a urinal at the 1917 Society of Independent Artists exhibition, artists have been...

    • Posted September 13, 2016
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  • Power to the pedestrian

    The POP experiment hijacks Deloney Street. Jackson Hole, Wyoming – For many of us, Jackson Hole encapsulates an air of possibility. But while our natural arenas unleash potential for individual progress, we’re left with few public spaces...

    • Posted August 27, 2014
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  • CULTURE FRONT: Artists need housing too

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – In most American communities, having a significant portion of a workforce living out of cars or tents would be seen as evidence of poverty. But in Jackson, seasonal workers, undocumented workers, service industry...

    • Posted August 13, 2014
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  • Untitled street art, Queens, N.Y., 2013. Photo: Meg Daly
    CULTURE FRONT: Artists as leaders

    JACKSON, WYO – It’s ironic. During the past 15 years, Jackson has been assaulted with the patronizing advice that arts organizations need business minds to lead them. Business execs that took early retirement and absconded to the...

    • Posted April 29, 2014
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