Summer Art Camps & Classes
JOIN THE ART ASSOCIATION The Art Association of Jackson Hole is dedicated to encouraging a vital, creative community by providing everyone with exposure to, education in and enjoyment of a wide variety of art experiences.
Make a Difference! Whether you are a member of the Art Association, donate or volunteer, your time and support help us bring creativity to life in Jackson Hole.
Jill Callahan Director of Development
Mark Nowlin Executive Director Emily Boespflug Youth Programs Manager Caitlin Colby Development Assistant & Volunteer Coordinator Sam Dowd Ceramics, Multi-Purpose & Silversmithing Manager
Make this YOUR Summer of Art!
Molly Fetters Program & Events Manager Michelle Fullenkamp Outreach Coordinator Robin Gleason Registrar Valerie Goettler Marketing Coordinator Moose Henderson TPG Liaison Brittany Hill Painting Manager & Registrar Annessa Melnick Youth Studio Manager Eve Throop Finance Manager Catalog designed by Steven Glass
In the Art Association’s summer art camps and classes your child will expand their horizons! Art encourages self-exploration, creative problem-solving, and has many therapeutic benefits. Every day our enthusiastic and talented Art Association teachers will guide each child as they create, play, learn and grow.
“Art is as natural as sunshine and as vital as nourishment.” - MaryAnn F. Kohl “Art is always for the future.” - Anthony Gormley “The future belongs to young people with an education and the imagination to create.” - President Barack Obama
The Art Association is grateful for funding support of the organizations listed above.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Todd Hanna Chair Katrina Ryan Vice Chair Veronica Silberberg Treasurer Sue Cedarholm Secretary Mary Armour Shari Brownfield Chas Marsh Katie Payne Confer
ABOUT THE ART ASSOCIATION .................................................................................................................................................................. 2 EVENTS CALENDAR .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4 DRAWING, PAINTING, PRINTMAKING .................................................................................................................................................... 9 PHOTOGRAPHY, DIGITAL MEDIA ..............................................................................................................................................................13 CERAMICS ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................16 SILVERSMITHING ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 18 SCULPTURE, FIBER, GLASS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 20 YOUTH ART EDUCATION .............................................................................................................................................................................. 21 SPONSORSHIP ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 38
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This catalog is published 3 times per year by the Art Association of Jackson Hole
ART ASSOCIATION SCHEDULE OF CLASSES is published by the Art Association of Jackson Hole and supported in part by the Wyoming Arts Council, through funding from the Wyoming State Legislature, the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art, and The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund.
SUMMER 2017 • EVENT SCHEDULE ART IN TRANSLATION/ARTE EN TRADUCCIÓN EXHIBITION RECEPTION/LA INGAURACIÓN ART ASSOCIATION GALLERY & CENTER THEATER
April 29, 5:30pm - 7:30pm Check our website for a full list of artist talks April 18 - 29
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F O U N D A T I O N
THE STUDIO PROJECT EXHIBITION RECEPTION CENTER FOR THE ARTS LOBBY & CONFERENCE ROOM May 19, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
CALL FOR ENTRY SPIRIT OF WYOMING: 3RD ANNUAL HIGHWATER VODKA LABEL DESIGN CONTEST DEADLINE TO APPLY: MAY 30, 2017
Visit artassociation.org for more information and application instructions
CALL FOR ENTRY TAKIN’ IT TO THE STREETS DEADLINE TO APPLY: JUNE 16, 2017 TOWN SQUARE IN DOWNTOWN JACKSON HOLE
September 10, 10am - 4pm Visit artassociation.org for more information and how to apply
TETON MUDPOT SUMMER SALE OUTSIDE THE CERAMICS STUDIO June 22 - 23 Thursday 10am - 7pm Friday 10am - 5pm
SUMMER 2017 â€¢ EVENT SCHEDULE SPIRIT OF WYOMING: VOTING PARTY 3RD ANNUAL HIGHWATER VODKA LABEL DESIGN CONTEST JACKSON HOLE STILL WORKS June 23
POP UP TO THE ECLIPSE SKY PARTY STEAM PROJECTS, FOOD & STARGAZING IN PREPARATION FOR THE ECLIPSE OLD WILSON SCHOOLHOUSE June 30, 5pm - 8pm
ART FAIR JACKSON HOLE ANNUAL SUMMER ART FAIR MILLER PARK
July 7 - 9 & August 11 - 13 Friday & Saturday 10am - 6pm Sunday 10am - 4pm
PARTY IN THE PARK DINNER, DANCING & SILENT AUCTION MILLER PARK
July 8 Join us for a festive fundraising event under the tent in Miller Park in support of the Art Association!
SPIRIT OF WYOMING: RAFFLE DRAWING & CELEBRATION JACKSON HOLE STILL WORKS September 29
SUMMER 2017 • GALLERY EXHIBITION SCHEDULE
ART IN TRANSLATION/ARTE EN TRADUCCIÓN GROUP SHOW ART ASSOCIATION GALLERY & CENTER THEATER Mid April through June
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NATURAL ABSTRACTIONS KAY STRATMAN, ARTIST ART ASSOCIATION GALLERY July 7 - July 29 Opening Reception July 7
CELESTIAL-TERRESTRIAL CONVERGENCE ZOLT LEVAY, PHOTOGRAPHER ART ASSOCIATION GALLERY
August 4 - August 29 Opening Reception August 4
TEXTURES, PATTERNS, RHYTHMS STEVE FONTANINI, BLACKSMITH WES TIMMERMAN, PHOTOGRAPHER ART ASSOCIATION GALLERY
September 1 - September 29 Opening Reception September 8
SUMMER 2017 â€˘ ADULT ART EDUCATION
ADULT ART EDUCATION
CRAFT YOUR EXPERIENCE
The Art Association offers a wide variety of classes and workshops in multiple medias. Our students gain knowledge and appreciation of fine arts and crafts through hands-on studio instruction. High quality programming is offered for people of all ages, interests, abilities and levels of experience. We have a highly skilled teaching staff and host nationally renowned artists as part of our Visiting Artist Workshop Program.
MEDIUM Silver, leather, clay, textiles, pastels, water color, acrylic, mixed media, and much more!
We offer you the opportunity to design a class experience. You choose the location, medium, time frame, and audience.
Whether you only have a few hours or all day, we can tailor a project to meet your time frame.
PLEASE NOTE each class/workshop has its own registration deadline. If the class/workshop has met the required minimum number of students, additional registrations will be accepted up to the first day of class as long as space is available. Space is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis and registrations must be accompanied by full payment. Early registration is recommended.
All proceeds of your Experience benefits our Outreach Programs.
Classes/Workshops must be paid in full at time of registration to confirm space. A 90% refund is given upon one week withdrawal prior to registration deadline. No refunds will be given after this deadline. Occasionally we must cancel a class/workshop due to low enrollment, faculty illness or other unforeseen circumstances. We give notification of cancellation prior to classes or workshops. In those cases full refunds will be given.
The Art Association offers private and small group lessons to fit the individual needs of artists of all ages in all medias. Please contact our Outreach Coordinator Michelle Fullenkamp at firstname.lastname@example.org to start crafting your experience and get a quote.
Photo images taken during classes, workshops and functions may be used by the Art Association in promotional materials.
DRAWING, PAINTING & PRINTMAKING
OPEN STUDIO OPPORTUNITIES OPEN STUDIO OPPORTUNITIES ART ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED
The Painting Studio is located on the third floor of the Center for the Arts. Our 1,750 square foot studio is equipped with easels, tables, drawing horses, lighting fixtures, newsprint, matte board cutters, dry mount presses, cleaning materials, and limited storage for canvases and works on paper. Our printmaking area includes a Takach press with a 48”x24” bed, a 38”x30” exposure unit, a 24”x24” copper etching tank, T-shirt screenprinting station, and various printmaking tools/materials for woodcut to Solarplate.
NO INSTRUCTION NO ART SUPPLIES Weekly Open Studio Days & Times: Check calendar on studio door for open studio hours between classes or open studio weekends! www.artassociation.org/education/adult-classes/ Option 1: $125 = unlimited use during one month Option 2: $125 = for a 7-session, 4-month punch card Option 3: $20 Daily $45 Weekly $80 for 2 Weeks Please note that rates include full use of equipment, not art supplies. Use of press, etching tank, and various printing equipment requires experience and approval.
BARBARA TRENTHAM LIFE DRAWING No Instruction. $10 drop-in. EVERY WEDNESDAY 6pm - 9pm
Join fellow artists in this weekly Wednesday evening live open studio. This period offers the participant fine art time to draw, paint or sculpt from a live nude model. Any medium allowed.
No Instruction. $10 drop-in. EVERY FRIDAY 9am - 12pm Join fellow artists in this weekly Friday morning portrait open studio. This period offers the participant time to draw, paint or sculpt portraits from a live clothed model. Any medium allowed.
OPEN STUDIO SUNDAY
ART ASSOCIATION Art Supplies Store
$10 drop in. June 4, July 2, August 6, 12pm - 2pm On the first Sunday of each month this summer, come drop into the Painting studio from 12pm-2pm to escape the harsh sun and work in comfort. Receive feedback from other attending artists (if wanted), use the reference books from our library, or pick a spot to work independently. Any medium allowed.
Front Desk/Gallery Entrance
9 - 5 PM 240 S. Glenwood For More Information Call 307-733-6379
PAINTING, DRAWING & PRINTMAKING CONTACT Brittany Hill email@example.com Please contact for studio use.
PAINTING, DRAWING & PRINTMAKING DRAWING + 3D
Jenny Dowd $160 ($192 non-members); $40 ($48) per class 4-weeks of topic based classes. Supplies included. AUGUST 9 - 30 WEDNESDAYS 1pm - 4pm Take mark making to a new level in this mixed media drawing class. Sometimes ideas are better expressed through a blend of drawing and sculpture. Contour drawing and shading techniques will combine with wire and shadow drawings to create interest through depth and atmospheric perspective. Make your drawings come to life and jump right off the page! Weeks are as follows: August 9 - Line: wire objects August 16 - Value & Texture: piercing, folding and manipulating paper August 23 - Shape & Space: mobiles August 30 - Composition: drawing with found objects
INTRO TO THE FIGURE
Henry Williams $115 ($138 non-members) 4-week class.. Basic supplies included. Includes model fee. JULY 5 - 26 WEDNESDAYS 5:30pm - 7pm
NARRATIVE ART 101
Henry Williams $160 ($192 non-members) 4-week class. MAY 2 - 23 TUESDAYS 9am - 12pm Narrative art is art that tells a story, either as a moment in an ongoing story or as a sequence of events unfolding over time. We will be exploring primitive cave art, hieroglyphics, developing your own personal totem, and the fine art of storytelling through pictures! If you can sign your name or draw stick figures you’re a good fit for this class!
BEGINNING DRAWING TOPICS
Jenny Dowd $160 ($192 non-members); $40 ($48) per class 4-weeks of topic based classes. Supplies included. MAY 24 - June 14 WEDNESDAYS 1pm - 4pm An introduction to drawing skills for the artist who wishes to improve this basic skill set required to become an artist. Four weeks of innovative classical drawing instruction emphasizing observation and eye-hand coordination. Weekly topics are as follows: May 24 - Line & Shape May 31 - Perspective & Space June 7 - Value & Depth June 14 - Composition + Putting it All Together
Learn how to obtain the basic skill of drawing the human form, including anatomy, observation of the human form and fundamental exercises in gesture, contour, outline, and tonal modeling. This class will continue an hour into the Art Association’s weekly Wednesday life modeling session. Students enrolled in this class are welcome to stay for the remainder of the life modeling open studio. PAINTING
BACCHUS & BRUSHES
Bethanie Nielsen $45 ($54 non-members) per evening. MAY 18, JUNE 15, JULY 20, AUG 17 THIRD THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH 6pm - 8pm An educational, relaxed evening creating art from start to finish whilst sampling wine selected by Neil Loomis, Wine Director for Fine Dining Restaurant Group. All materials will be provided for your exploration of familiar or new mediums. Bring friends, a date, or your in-law’s to enjoy a creative, fun evening.
Sharon Thomas $160 ($192 non-members) $40 ($48) day drop-in 4-week class. Basic painting knowledge required. JUNE 5 - 26 MONDAYS 9am - 12pm Learn and experiment with acrylic and oil mediums, practice with traditional and non-traditional tools and technique. This class has a different topic every week. More info online!
Cheryl Joan Askegreen $145 ($174 non-members) 4-week class. All levels welcome. Basic supplies included.
PAINTING, DRAWING & PRINTMAKING MAY 2 - 23 TUESDAYS 6pm - 8pm
This class will develop skills in observational drawing and color theory while working in both wet-on-wet and wet-on-dry watercolor techniques. Lessons will include painting abstract, landscape, and still-life imagery. We will look at a variety of watercolor artists to influence our artwork and spend time in class critiques to improve our understanding of watercolor painting as an expressive medium.
MAY 4 or JUNE 1 or JULY 6 or AUG 3 THURSDAY 6pm-9pm
PLEIN AIRE: JACKSON HOLE EVENINGS
Cheryl Joan Askegreen $145 ($174 non-members) Drop in prices available! 4-week class. Advanced Beginner - Intermediate painters. JUNE 6 - 27 TUESDAYS 5:30pm - 7:30pm Experience a new local Jackson park each week. Unwind after work with fellow painters outside the studio, led by Cheryl. Check website for updated information of location each week!
PLEIN AIRE WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP Fred Kingwill $160 ($192 non-members)
JULY 14 - JULY 16 FRIDAY 5pm - 8 pm PAINTING STUDIO SATURDAY & SUNDAY 9am - 5pm GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK AUGUST 18 - AUGUST 20 FRIDAY 5pm - 8pm PAINTING STUDIO SATURDAY & SUNDAY 9am - 5pm GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK Classical plein aire watercolor class. Beginners welcome. A Friday evening of studio instruction starts this fun weekend with Fred. Enjoy the challenges of plein aire painting in watercolor in Grand Teton National Park at some of Fred’s favorite sites. Some watercolor skills are beneficial. Bring your own easel, materials, lunch, sunhat, and inquisitive creativity. Plein aire easels and materials available to rent for class at Art Association. PRINTMAKING
Kayte Mewborn $145 ($174 non-members) 3-week class. Beginners and experienced printers welcome! All supplies included. MONDAYS 6pm - 9pm JUNE 12 - 26 Find out what is possible in the realm of relief printing! Get a working familiarity with a breadth of carving techniques and tools. Hone your line quality and gain a keen sensibility to the gorgeous effects that can only be achieved through carving wood and linoleum. Prints will be pulled using both the Takach Press and the traditional Japanese baren methods. Proper editioning and a history of relief printing will be covered.
Kayte Mewborne $45 ($54 non-members) No printmaking experience required. Materials Provided.
With just plexiglass, ink and pressure, you can create killer images. Plexiglass plates withstand a myriad of additive and subtractive techniques that yield unanticipated rewards. These are rewards that cannot be achieved working directly on paper or canvas and will have you walking away with an arm full of one-of-a-kind images.
Michele Walters $126 ($152 non-member) 3-week class. All supplies included. MAY 8 - 22 MONDAYS 6pm - 8pm In the essence of letterpress, we will create broadside posters. Using a “Rite-a-Sign”, a vintage sign press, we will make our own broadside posters and incorporate the printmaking technique of pressure printing. Broadsides are a great way to make a statement visually and verbally.
XEROX TRANSFER PRINTMAKING Robin Gleason $45 ($54 non-members)
MAY 1 Monday 6pm-9pm All supplies included. Check website for more info!
Robin Gleason $50 ($60 non-members) JUNE 5 Monday 6pm - 9pm All supplies included. Check website for more info!
Brittany Hill $135 ($162 non-member) 3-week class. Prior printmaking experience not necessary, those with printmaking experience will be pushed into unfamiliar territory. All supplies included. JULY 17 - 31 MONDAYS 5:30 - 8pm Using environmentally safe techniques and materials with a UV exposure unit and water, create a Solarplate etching without the traditional toxic acids, solvents and grounds. Learn how to process, develop, ink, and print the plate. Learn to create 6”x8” intaglio or relief prints from preparatory drawings, B+W photographic transparencies or scanned objects (created prior to class).
PAINTING, DRAWING & PRINTMAKING FIBER + MIXED MEDIA
Michele Walters $65 ($78 non-members) All are welcome. All supplies provided. MAY 13 or JULY 1 SATURDAY 10am - 2pm
Life! It’s for real! Either you’re going through it, you’ve been through it and are emerging, or you haven’t figured out what to do with it! You’ve got a lot to say but aren’t sure how to say it - you make art and lots of it! Use this workshop as a means of tapping into your creative healing process. Be prepared to explore all mediums and modalities. All levels welcome and vulnerability a must in this creative safe zone!
This workshop will begin with exploring what plant products, herbs and mordants give you which unique dye color. You will practice dying on the sample fabrics using different mordants and dyes created by all students. After you master a technique you will be given two silk scarves to dye and take home.
INTRO TO PAPERMAKING
Michele Walters $65 ($78 non-members) Beginners welcome. MAY 20 or JULY 22 SATURDAY 10am - 2pm In this class you will learn both Western & Eastern papermaking techniques. Using “Western” and recycled pulps, you will learn to make well-formed sheets of paper that can be used for decorative or functional purposes. We will practice Eastern papermaking techniques using Thai Kozo to create a delicate paper and “Kozo Lace”.
ADVANCED PAPERMAKING TECHNIQUE
Michele Walters $65 ($78 non-members) Intro to Papermaking or equivalent prerequisite. MAY 27 or JULY 29 SATURDAY 10am - 2pm Embedding, Embossing Lamination and Inclusions. For those who have had experience with papermaking we will take it to the next level and practice more advanced papermaking techniques. The techniques listed above will build upon the knowledge and experiment with new interesting paper textures.
3D PAPER SCULPTURE & PULP CASTING
Michele Walters $100 ($120 non-members) per session All are welcome. All supplies provided. AUGUST 8 & 15 TUESDAYS 5:30pm - 8:30pm In this workshop you will learn two different paper sculpting techniques: pulp casting, where you take paper pulp and cast it into 3D forms and shapes, and paper sculpting, where you make sheets of paper and wrap them around premade armatures built to your design.
HEART RESTORATIVE ART
Henry Williams Month: $160 ($192 non-members) $40 ($48) per class 4-week class. All materials supplied. JUNE 3 - 24 SATURDAYS 2pm - 5pm
VISITING ARTIST WORKSHOP
PRINTING ON GOLD-LEAF PAPER
Barrie Lynn Bryant Workshop sponsored by Hahnemühle USA $180 ($216 non-members) SATURDAY, MAY 6 from 9am - 3pm Learn the process of printing images onto karat gold leaf paper by the pioneer and developer of the process, Wyoming artist Barrie Lynn Bryant. This workshop will introduce the use of karat gold leaf and the gilding process, how to properly adhere karat gold leaf onto fine art paper, and to see how images become illuminated when printed onto the gilded surface using an Epson wide format pigment ink printer. During part 1 of the class, students will be briefed about the historical use of gold leaf and how it is manufactured and sold for use by the practitioners known as gilders. Students will watch a teacher demonstration of the gilding process, after which they’ll practice preparing and gilding the paper surface using their very own book of karat gold leaf. Students will also work with an instructor, provided gold leaf paper (gilded with composition metal leaf by instructor prior to workshop) and coat it with digital ground in preparation for printing. Part 2 involves understanding the types of images that might work best for printing onto the gilded surface, how to setup the printer for printing onto the gilded paper, printing onto the gilded paper, and finishing the work. Barrie Lynn Bryant has been the recipient of three professional development grants from the Wyoming Arts Council for gilding, maintained a rigorous and diverse exhibition touring and event schedule across the country, and is an alternate trustee board member with the Society of Gilders.
PHOTOGRAPHY FACILITIES Our Photography Studio is located on the third floor of the Center for the Arts. The photography studio is equipped with a digital lab and darkroom. The digital studio is equipped with 3D printers, scanners, inkjet printer, and iMac computers with industry standard software. Our traditional darkroom has eight enlargers and can handle all film up to 4” x 5”.
PHOTOGRAPHY/ DIGITAL LAB OPEN STUDIO Art Association Membership Required
Aaron Linsdau $140 ($168 non-members) 2-week class. Beginners Welcome. Bring your camera. Visit artassociation.org for dates and to register Learn to understand how your camera works and what you can do with it. You’ll learn to control your images rather than letting your camera decide. The class is designed around the principal “there’s no better way to learn - than by doing.” This totally hands-on class allows instant feedback on ways to improve your photography. By the end of this class, you’ll know how to take outstanding photographs!
Aaron Linsdau $140 ($168 non-members) 2-week class. Beginners Welcome. Recommended: Bring your laptop. Visit artassociation.org for dates and to register Manage and manipulate your photographs with the industry standard software program Lightroom. In this class you will learn to import, manage, adjust, catalog, and export images.
Aaron Linsdau $140 ($168 non-members) 2-week class. Beginners Welcome. Recommended: Bring your camera. Visit artassociation.org for dates and to register Learn your way around this amazingly powerful software. Discover ways to improve photos, generate text, and how to control and craft images from your vision. By the end of the class you will be producing professional “print-ready” images.
Option 1: $125 for unlimited use during 1 month Option 2: $125 for a 7-session punch card, valid for 4 months Option 3: Day rate $20; Week rate $50; Two week rate $80 Open Studio Every Tuesday 12:30pm to 3pm. Digital Print, Photoshop & Lightroom support, photography critique and feedback available Free for Art Association and Teton Photography Group Members!
PHOTOGRAPHY CONTACT Moose Henderson firstname.lastname@example.org Please contact for studio use
PHOTOGRAPHY INDESIGN FUNDAMENTALS LAYOUT
Aaron Linsdau $140 ($168 non-members) 2-week class. Beginners Welcome. Recommended: Bring your laptop. Visit artassociation.org for dates and to register Learn the fundamentals of InDesign, the industry leader for poster, flyer, book, etc. layout. In this course youâ€™ll discover how you can efficiently create layouts by taking advantage of a superior design environment that includes advanced typographic controls and intuitive graphic features. You will also find techniques that will help to make your InDesign layouts look polished and professional with a print-ready PDF.
PHOTOGRAPHY COMPOSITION & VISUALIZATION
Aaron Linsdau $77 ($92 non-members) 1-day class. Beginners Welcome. Bring your camera. Visit artassociation.org for dates and to register Learn how to make your photographs look like the pros. How and why you should do things will be explained. Learn how to see the photo before you even pick up the camera.
Learn how to make time lapse videos with your still camera. Explore how to overcome technical challenges. Explore time lapse creation software. Create stunning video clips that defy the imagination and integrate them into your next film or sell them as stock footage. Techniques applicable for stop-motion photography/video, too.
iMOVIE - DAYTIME
Aaron Linsdau $140 ($168 non-members) 4-day class. Beginners Welcome. Recommended: Bring your video camera, DSLR and or footage to edit, and laptop. Visit artassociation.org for dates and to register Learn how to edit video in iMovie in this class. This course will cover: video shooting for editing, audio editing, clip and project management, color correction, and creating a master video file for distribution.
TRICKS OF THE TRADE: ORGANIZING YOUR LIGHTROOM Loren Nelson $35 ($42 non-members) Visit artassociation.org for dates and to register
Learn organizational tools available in Lightroom that help identify and locate images and how you are capturing your images. The class will explore the powerful Import, Export, and Publish functions of the Library Module and show how to use ratings, flags, color codes, key-words, folders, collections, and other powerful tools to organize your images. The class will demonstrate how to automate collections and create and use both develop and metadata presets to streamline your photo editing workflow.
Moose Henderson $175 (210 non-members)
MAY 23, 25 & 30 JUNE 1, 3 & 6 TUESDAY & THURSDAY 6:30pm - 8:30 pm SATURDAY 6am -10am Learn the basics of wildlife photography including camera, lens and tripod selection. We will also cover the basics of ISO, shutter speed and aperture as it relates to wildlife images. We will learn how and when to make a background out of focus plus when to include the background as a story-telling element of the image. We will take an introductory look at light and how it shapes our images. We will spend one morning in the field putting this knowledge in practice and end the class with a review of the images you have captured. Even if you are an advanced photographer, you will learn valuable tips to take your images to the next level.
ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY TECHNIQUES
Moose Henderson $20 each, $35 for 2 sessions, $50 for 3 sessions, $65 for 4 sessions Intermediate Photographers TUESDAYS Four intensive classes concentrating on one subject, one night each, will cover issues facing all photographers using modern 35mm or better digital cameras. All classes will be taught by Moose Henderson, a professional wildlife photographer with over 11,000 published images in numerous periodicals such as National Geographic, Smithsonian, Outdoor Photographer, etc.
Aaron Linsdau $77 ($92 non-members) 1-Day class. Beginners Welcome. Recommended: Bring your Tripod, Camera with Intervalometer (external or built-in) Laptop with Quicktime 7. Visit artassociation.org for dates and to register
INTRODUCTION TO WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY
Auto Focus Micro-adjustment: We will cover the theory of auto focus (AF) microadjustment and in-house demonstration of AF microadjustment. We will use the LensAlign system and we will use an inexpensive SLRKIT target. JUNE 13 6:30pm - 8:30pm Histograms: Modern digital cameras have electronic histograms and this is the best tool for determining exposure. We will introduce histograms, discuss their importance, dispel some inaccurate misconceptions, and show how to determine the best exposure for a variety of lighting conditions including early morning, bright and overcast light on snow, etc. JUNE 20 6:30pm - 8:30pm Monitor Calibration: Screen monitors include a variety of brightness and contrast levels plus a multitude of other adjustments. In order to print an image, it is important to calibrate the monitor so that the print matches what is viewed on the computer monitor. We will cover monitor calibration theory, a bit about color spaces (sRGB, Adobe 1998, etc) and use the X-rite Colormunki system to calibrate a couple monitors. JUNE 27 6:30pm - 8:30pm Support: As the light level drops, the risk of camera shake or unsharp images skyrockets. This class will cover various ways to support your camera. We will cover window beanbags, tripods, gimbal mounts, different ball heads, ground pods, etc. We will also cover shutter releases, flash attachments including better beamers and magmod attachments, and mounting plates. JULY 11 6:30pm - 8:30pm
PHOTOGRAPHY THE ART OF CREATIVE JOURNALING
JUNE 10 JULY 15 AUGUST 19 SATURDAYS 1pm - 3pm
JUNE 19 & 20 MONDAY & TUESDAY 6pm - 8pm
After taking photos during the summer field shoots, visit the Art Association for Open Studio help on Photoshop or Lightroom revisions to your work in preparation for Image Discussion Night!
Leigh Reagan Smith $35 ($42 for non-members) for 1 class $60 ($74 for non-members) for both
The first class students will be making their own hand-made journals. In the second class students will be guided in class in how to use writing, photography, drawing, and collage to personalize their journals. The goal of each student’s journal is to inspire creativity, ideas, gain insight, and as an emotional and spiritual expression. Students leave class with a creative journal or the beginnings of their adventure.
EXPLORATORY NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY IN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
Leigh Reagan Smith $105 ($126 for non-members) Please bring a camera, outdoor clothing, water, and a packed lunch. JUNE 24 SATURDAY 9AM - 3PM Students meet in Grand Teton National park to explore their natural surroundings with a camera. We will discuss nature and wildlife photography, composition, focus, depth of field, light, and shot types. Each student will edit and print their favorite images from the day.
PHOTOGRAPHING THE 2017 SOLAR ECLIPSE Teton Photography Group Teton Photography Membership Required. Visit tetonphotographygroup.org.
MAY 15 MONDAY 6pm - 7:30pm Ordway Auditorium of the Teton County Library Lisa Ridgway, Aaron Linsdau, and Samuel Singer will share essential keys for photographing the August 21, 2017 solar eclipse in the greater Teton region.
SUMMER FIELD SHOOT
Teton Photography Group Art Association Membership Required Teton Photography Membership Required. Visit tetonphotographygroup.org. JUNE 10 JULY 15 AUGUST 19 SATURDAYS Time and Location to be Determined. Visit tetonphotographygroup.org Join the Teton Photography Group in their monthly field shoot sessions in image discussion and critique.
ART ASSOCIATION PHOTOGRAPHY OPEN STUDIO Moose Henderson Art Association Membership Required
IMAGE DISCUSSION & CRITIQUE
Teton Photography Group Teton Photography Membership. Required visit tetonphotographygroup.org JUNE 12, JULY 17AUGUST 21 MONDAYS 6pm - 7:30pm Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates, 80 W. Broadway The Teton Photography Group image discussion and critique sessions are friends getting together and having informal, helpful, and detailed discussion of images from all levels of photographers – beginners and newcomers to professionals. The sessions are friendly, gentle, informative, and helpful for all photographers.
PEER MENTOR PROGRAM
Meetings take place in the Conference Room, first floor of the The Center, on the 2nd Wednesday of each Month from 6pm to 8pm. The Peer Mentor Program (PMP) of the Teton Photography Group (TPG) is a diverse group including our photographic skills and our understanding of the menu and gadgets of our cameras. Meeting monthly for post photo shoots to share ideas about composition, exposure, answering questions, supporting and critiquing one another’s photographs, and learning to use Lightroom. We are committed to developing a comfortable learning environment in which every question is respected, where everyone is at ease sharing their photographs for our critique, and where our goal is to help everyone improve their photography. If you would like to join the Peer Mentor Program or have questions, contact Randy Isaacson (email@example.com or 208-270-4298) for more information.
CERAMICS CERAMICS FACILITIES The Ceramics Studio is located on the first floor at the South End of the Center for the Arts. A 2,050 square foot studio equipped with all necessary tools and equipment for wheel thrown, hand built, slip cast, or sculptural ceramics. The studio has 3 roll-up bay doors to allow easy loading of large work and a fantastic way to enjoy warm air in the summer. Equipment includes: 1 extruder, 1 - 24” x 48” slab roller, 13 electric wheels, 1 kickwheel, a pug mill, 2 electric kilns, 2 gas downdraft kilns, 1 soda kiln, and Raku kiln.
CERAMICS OPEN STUDIO Art Association Membership Required
NO INSTRUCTION DAYS/TIMES: TIMES VARY, CHECK STUDIO SCHEDULE Option 1: $125 for unlimited use during 1 month (1-bag of clay included) Option 2: $125 for a 7-session punch card (1-bag of clay included, valid 4 months) *Options 1 & 2 include one 25-pound bag of clay of your choice (stoneware or porcelain), firing and glazing. Additional clay may be purchased for $18 per bag. Recycled clay may be purchased for $10 a bag. *Option 3: Day rate $20 Week rate $50 Two week rate $80 *Clay is not included with these rates.
CERAMICS CONTACT Sam Dowd firstname.lastname@example.org Please contact for studio use
DIGITAL IMAGE TRANSFER ON CERAMIC TILE Rod Cely $184 ($220 non-members) 6-week class. Beginners welcome. MAY 3 - JUNE 7 WEDNESDAYS 6 - 9pm Rod Cely will lead this 6-week, hands-on workshop breaking down the boundaries between photography, digital image manipulation, and clay. While computers and clay may seem worlds apart, Rod will discuss how advances in digital software and home printer technology have made computers an important bridge between clay and image-based art forms. Participants in this workshop will learn to use Photoshop and AutoCAD to create digital collages, prepare images (photographs, drawings, paintings, or digital) and print them to special decal paper that will be fired on clay tiles, resulting in a sepia toned design. Color may be applied by hand painting enamels onto the tile’s surface. Kiln firing will also be covered. All materials will be covered in class cost.
Sam Dowd $12 ($15 non-members) MAY 10 WEDNESDAY 11am - 1pm or JUNE 15 THURSDAY 6 - 8pm or JULY 20 THURSDAY 6 - 8pm Improve the quality of your glazing with this 2-hour class. Let “Doctor” Sam explain how to use the glazes in the studio. He will demystify stains and tell you how to read “between-the-lines” when looking at the glaze cross-blend wall. No subject will be too small as he will cover proper stirring and best waxing practices. All steps will be covered. Bring some bisqueware and your questions or practice on “orphaned” ware. Great for all levels of potters but students should have at least one pottery class under their belt.
VISITING ARTIST WORKSHOP
FOLKLORIC POTTERY WITH A MODERN SENSIBILITY
Sue Tirrell $200 ($240 non-members) 2 ½-day workshop. Some pottery experience needed JUNE 2 - 4 FRIDAY 12:30pm - 4:30pm, SATURDAY & SUNDAY 9:30am - 4:30pm Join Sue Tirrell while she demonstrates the construction and decoration techniques she employs to create her colorful, animal-centric porcelain pots. The challenges of form and surface, drawing and carving, and use of color will be discussed and participants will have the opportunity to employ these ideas in their own work throughout the weekend. Please bring a sketchbook, personal clay tools (including paintbrushes and carving tools) and any reference material you would like to incorporate in your work (photos, drawings, etc.) Your class fee provides one bag of clay, firing, glazing and 2-weeks of open studio time.
CERAMICS (continued) CERAMICS BEGINNING THROWING
Katy Ann Fox $184 ($220 non-members) 6-week class. Beginners welcome. JUNE 6 - JULY 18 (no class July 4) TUESDAYS 6pm - 9pm During this class, students will learn techniques that emphasize the creation of forms on the potter’s wheel: cups, bowls and plates by learning to throw, trim, alter, pull handles, and slip decoration. Students are encouraged to take additional classes to learn the art of glazing. Your class fee provides one bag of clay, firing, glazing and open studio in the duration of the class.
BEGINNING THROWING PLUS
HANDBUILDING: DECORATIVE WALL HANGINGS Jina Kim $184 ($220 non-members) 6-week class. Beginners welcome. JULY 10 - AUGUST 14 MONDAYS 6pm - 9pm Students will design and build several wall hangings that use the slab and coil building technique. Jina will introduce and teach about patterns used by the cultures of Southeast Asia, Africa, American Indian, Turkish, and several Aboriginal tribes. Students will source their designs from these cultures and then decorate their wall sculptures with bas relief patterns. Your class fee provides one bag of clay, firing, glazing and open studio in the duration of the class.
Hunter Teig $184 ($220 non-members) 6-week class. One throwing class taken previously. JUNE 7 - JULY 12 WEDNESDAYS 6pm - 9pm You’ve taken beginning throwing, participated in open studio, now what? Learn skills on the pottery wheel that will make you the pottery all-star in your circle of friends. While revisiting basic techniques, expand your throwing skills to include lids, plates, altered pots, throwing in production, and larger forms. Glazing will include a talk on the mysteries of Shino and also applying glaze so you get more predictable results. Bring your questions and ideas, this is the place to troubleshoot and expand your horizons! Your class fee provides one bag of clay, firing, glazing and open studio in the duration of the class.
POTTERY: FOCUSED TOPICS
Jenny Dowd $120 ($144 non-members) for all 6 or $25 each ($30 non-members) for 1 session 6 sessions. Students should have taken at least Beginning Throwing. JUNE 16 – July 28 (No Class June 23) FRIDAYS 2 - 4pm Each session Jenny will address specific aspects in clay usage including: using tools, advanced hand building, troubleshooting your throwing, and discussing design and form. Take one class or all, the sessions are non-sequential. The aim of this class is to make you better at working with clay. JUNE 16: Cylinder workshop (getting the cup form efficient) JUNE 30: Put a handle on mugs and pitchers JULY 7: Trimming - bowls and cylinders JULY 14: Plates & Wide Bowls JULY 21: Sgraffito - carving in color JULY 28: Paddle, facet & small alterations - with wheel thrown ware
Sevi Hagen $184 ($220 non-members) 6-week class. Beginners welcome. JULY 19 - AUGUST 23 WEDNESDAYS 6pm - 9pm During this class, students will learn techniques that emphasize the creation of forms on the potter’s wheel: cups, bowls and plates by learning to throw, trim, alter, pull handles, and slip decoration. Students are encouraged to take additional classes to learn the art of glazing. Your class fee provides one bag of clay, firing, glazing and open studio in the duration of the class.
Tenley Thompson $184 ($220 non-members) 6-week class. Beginners welcome. JULY 25 - August 29 TUESDAYS 6pm - 9pm During this class, students will learn techniques that emphasize the creation of forms on the potter’s wheel: cups, bowls and plates by learning to throw, trim, alter, pull handles, and slip decoration. Students are encouraged to take additional classes to learn the art of glazing. Your class fee provides one bag of clay, firing, glazing and open studio in the duration of the class.
SILVERSMITHING The silversmith area is located within our 1700 square foot Multi-Purpose Studio that houses silversmithing, glass fusing and flameworking. The silversmith studio is a 300 square ft. area containing eight workbenches, a ventilation system, three soldering torches, an enameling kiln, a rolling mill, flex shaft rotary tool, and various specialized tools and equipment. This studio is accessed by Art Association members provided they have taken classes or already have metalsmith experience.
SILVERSMITHING OPEN STUDIO Art Association Membership Required
NO INSTRUCTION DAYS/TIMES: TIMES VARY, CHECK STUDIO SCHEDULE Option 1: $125 for experienced users, unlimited use during one month Option 2: $125 for experienced users, for a punch card for 7 uses within a 4 month period Option 3: $20 for one day use Fee includes use of equipment; students must supply their own materials. A limited amount of copper, brass, and silver are available for purchase. This open studio is designed for experienced silversmiths to refine their skills and to create and hone their craft. MULTI-PURPOSE CONTACT Sam Dowd email@example.com Please contact for studio use
Jenny Karns $46 ($55 non-members) Beginners welcome. MAY 14 SUNDAY 1pm - 5pm or JULY 16 SUNDAY 1pm - 5pm or SEPTEMBER 17 SUNDAY 1pm - 5pm Get a taste of what you can make in copper, brass and silver in this tip of the iceberg class. Learn about sawing and hammering metal to make unique jewelry. Experienced metal workers are welcome too. Leave class with a handmade ring or pendant. Copper/brass is included in class cost. Silver and stones may be purchased: estimate $5 - $35
SILVER PROJECTS - FABRICATION AND STONE SETTING VARIETIES Jenny Karns $70 ($84 non-members) Beginners welcome.
MAY 11 & 18 THURSDAYS 11am - 2pm or JULY 20 & 27 THURSDAYS 6pm - 9pm or SEPTEMBER 7 & 14 THURSDAY 6pm - 9pm In this 2-week class, fabricate a big piece or several simple silver projects. Cut, hammer, file, stamp words & patterns, solder, set variety of stones and polish creations to a high shine or organic matte finish. Also, engineer more complicated projects and fabricate various bezel, prong and burnished (embedded diamonds, etc) stone & elk Ivory setting. Jenny has a large collection of gems, rocks and elk teeth for the enhancements or students may bring their own. Copper/brass is included in class cost. Silver and stones may be purchased: estimate $5 - $35
SILVERSMITHING BASIC SILVERSMITHING
Alyssa Beck $35 ($42 non-members) Beginners welcome. MAY 23 TUESDAY 6pm - 9pm Get a taste of what you can make in copper, brass or silver in this tip-of-the-iceberg class. Learn about sawing and hammering metal to make unique jewelry. Experienced metal workers are welcome too. Leave class with a handmade ring, bracelet or pendant. Silver and stones may be purchased: estimate $5 - $35.
Alyssa Beck $70 ($84 non-members) 2-week class. Beginners welcome. JUNE 6 & 13 TUESDAYS 6pm - 9pm Fabricate a big piece or several simple silver projects. Cut, hammer, file, stamp words & patterns, solder, create texture, and polish creations to a high shine or organic matte finish. We will focus on mastering basic technique while also expanding the creative process of design. Copper/brass is included in class cost. Silver and stones may be purchased: estimate $5 - $35.
A JOURNEY INTO SILVER AND SELF LOVE Stevie Duren $70 ($84 non-members) Beginners welcome.
JUNE 15 & 16 THURSDAY & FRIDAY 6pm - 9pm The most important relationship we have is the one with self. How we feel about ourselves and our relationship with self is the basis of the operating system by which we create our lives. We will take a deeper look at what it means to love oneâ€™s self and explore methods to experience our own self love on a more profound level. We will be creating a gift of love to ourselves. Bring anything that represents love to you that you will use to create a pendant, amulet, or piece of jewelry in the spirit of honoring self and loving self. Basic silversmithing skills will be taught or enhanced to help you express and create your idea. The piece you create in this class will be a gift to yourself in and of love. You will have this gift of love to wear and remind yourself of the gift that you truly are! Silver and stones may be purchased: estimate $5 - $35
FORGING METAL, BODY & SPIRIT: YOGA & SILVERSMITH WORKSHOP Jenny Karns $75 ($90 non-members) Beginners welcome. JUNE 25 SUNDAY 1pm - 6pm or AUGUST 27 SUNDAY 1pm - 6pm Join instructor Jenny Karns, for this combination class of yoga and jewelry making, by forging metal, body and spirit. First meet in the Silversmith Studio for orientation, then begin the workshop on the Center lawn outside with gentle yoga and core work for 45 minutes to open the channels of energy, alignment and creativity. Then we will fabricate 2-3 pieces of inner spirit, power jewelry. Make a ring, cuff bracelet, pendant, or earrings out of sterling silver, copper and/or brass. Learn to saw, file, hammer, stamp words, or engrave designs, patina and polish your personally unique pieces. Then we will finish the session with more yoga and movement therapy for 30 min to relax and realign. If it rains we will hold the yoga practice inside the studio. No experience in yoga or silversmithing is necessary. Please be aware of your own health risks, limits and ability. Copper/brass is included in class cost. Silver and stones may be purchased: estimate $5 - $35. Bring a yoga mat, layered comfortable weather appropriate clothing, a healthy snack/lunch, and water.
SILVER BASICS: SIPPING & SMITHING Stevie Duren $45 ($54 non-members) Beginners welcome. JUNE 1 THURSDAY 6pm - 9pm or JULY 13 THURSDAY 6pm - 9pm or AUGUST 30 WEDNESDAY 6pm - 9pm This is a beginners, project based silver class that will focus on the design and implementation of your own custom silver jewelry. Students will incorporate fabrication basics such as sawing, stamping, and soldering to impart beginning skills to creating your own silver work. We will also create a unique and delicious adult beverage to enjoy during our class. Bring your inspiration and ideas! Silver and stones may be purchased: estimate $5 - $35. Beverage is included.
SCULPTURE, FIBER, GLASS
Doris Florig $30 ($36 non-members) Beginners welcome. MAY 25 THURSDAY 6pm - 8pm Card weaving or Tablet weaving is an ancient technique that can only be produced by hand. As of today, there is no machine that is capable of producing this weave that has been in existence since the Iron Age. We will be using cards threaded with colorful cotton warp to make long narrow hand woven belts, bands, or decorative trim for designer clothing. For those who took the IKAT class last June, you will have your design in place ready to weave.
TANIKO: FINGER WEAVING
Doris Florig $30 ($36 non-members) Beginners welcome. JUNE 8 THURSDAY 6pm - 8pm A traditional fiber twining technique used by the Aboriginal people of New Zealand and American Indians of the Northeast and Alaska. Much like knitting, a taniko project can be worked on wherever the weaver goes. No equipment needed. Not even something as a knitting needle. All you need is you and your yarn. You can create works of art or make functional pieces such as bags, scarves, and small articles of clothing.
INTRO TO LEATHER WORKING
Dawn McKibbin $140 ($168 non-members) 4-week class. Beginners welcome. JUNE 21 - JULY 12 WEDNESDAYS 6pm - 9pm
Learn how to stamp and carve belts, phone cases, holsters and cuffs. This class will teach the basics of leather work so you can find your style whether it’s Louis L’Amour or Lord of the Rings. We’ll start with simple key rings to learn the basics, and move on to projects that the students want to do such as wallets. You will be learning to stamp, carve and cut leather as well as set rivets, snaps and bling. All supplies included except for some “bling”. SCULPTURE
WELDING 101 - SMALL PROJECTS Sam Dowd $130 ($156 non-members) Beginners welcome.
JULY 21 & 22 FRIDAY 6pm - 9pm, SATURDAY 10am - 5pm Sam will teach you different welding and tool techniques by creating small projects out of mild steel, such as a garden hand rake, a toilet paper or paper towel dispenser, and a wine rack. Discussions will include welding safety, settings, the positives and negatives of different welding techniques, and how to get started with your own set-up. All supplies included.
SUMMER 2017 • YOUTH ART EDUCATION AFTER SCHOOL ART PROGRAMS & KID’S DAY CLASSES The Art Association’s Youth/Borshell Studio is located on the third floor. Our youth art programs encourage creativity and self-expression through supervised art exploration in a safe and supportive environment. In each program our professional and caring instructors give students individual instruction working on projects within the students’ capacity and at an age appropriate level. In order to assure a positive and successful experience we ask that caregivers please abide by age restrictions. All classes will be held in Art Association studios located in the Center for the Arts building. Please drop-off and pick-up your student in the studio specified for his/her class.
REGISTRATION, REFUND & CREDIT POLICY Register online at artassociation.org, by calling 307-733-6379 or in person at the Glenwood entrance of the Center for the Arts at 240 S. Glenwood. Registration is accepted up to the first day of class; available enrollment on a first come-first served basis. Classes must be paid in full at time of registration. A 90% refund is given upon withdrawal if the student is withdrawn one week prior. No refund is given if withdrawl is within a week of start date.
Are you looking for a unique, exciting, and inspiring birthday activity for that special day? We provide the teacher, materials, and hands-on art activity with professional supervision. You provide the kids dressed for a mess, your own refreshments, cake, decorations, and supervision for the last 30 minutes of the party. Planning, setup and cleanup are on us! All party guests will leave with a memorable masterpiece to treasure!
Rental Includes: A 90-minute art experience followed by 30 minutes for dessert, presents, and fun! There are many popular themes available. We will work with you on the party theme and specific projects for your special group.
1-12 kids $155 ($186 non-members) 13+ kids $200 ($240 non-members) For booking contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
YOUTH ART EDUCATION POTTERY FOR PRESCHOOLERS: AGES 3 & 4 Jennifer McNaughton & Sevi Hagan $80 members ($96 non-members) JUNE 26 - AUGUST 14 MONDAYS 9:30am - 10:30am Ceramics Studio Introduce your little one to the most popular tactile medium of all ages, kiln-fired clay. Pinch, slab, coil, stamp and build to get to the heart of your ideas in this fun and creative mini-workshop.
KINDERCLAY: AGES 5 & 6
Jennifer McNaughton & Sevi Hagan $80 members ($96 non-members) JUNE 26 - AUGUST 14 MONDAYS 11am - 12pm Ceramics Studio Join us for an exciting exploratory class using kiln-fired clay! Learn age-appropriate hand building methods combined with a variety of fun tools to create your own colorful ceramic ware and sculptural pieces.
STORYTIME ART: AGES 3–5 $40 ($48 non-members)
AUGUST 15 - 17 TUESDAY - THURSDAY 9:30am - 11am Multi-Purpose Studio This workshop-style class introduces your little one to the fundamentals of creating art paired with a different children’s story each day. Delve into a variety of fun 3D and 2D projects that introduce concepts such as line, color, shape, form, texture, and pattern. Children will have a quick break outside between projects. Though we can provide a smock or t-shirt, we cannot guarantee your child will be 100% mess free, please dress accordingly. ENTERING GRADES K-2 CAMPS
Jesse Harris & Anise Aiello Full week: $250 ($300 non-members) $55/day ($66/day non-members)
ART ABOUT OUR UNIVERSE
Jesse Harris & Anise Aiello Full week: $250 ($300 non-members) $55/day ($66/day non-members)
JUNE 19 - 23 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Multi-Purpose Studio
JUNE 26 - 30 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Multi-Purpose Studio
Campers will have a blast becoming Artist Explorers to investigate how our world and universe works. Explorers will join visiting artists Jessie Harris & Anise Aiello of Eurekus to discover more about the wonders of our world through daily, fun-filled STEAM and Maker projects. Projects will include the use of LED lights, polymer experiments, wind-powered vehicles, painting, inventions, and more.
Blast off into space with guest artists Jessie Harris and Anise Aiello to explore the alien landscapes that lie beyond Earth. Campers will travel into the depths of our universe during a week filled with space-themed STEAM and Maker projects. Projects will include astronomical inventions, LED constellations, ceramics, printmaking, rockets, and more.
Monday: Glowing Gardens - LED Paper Flowers Tuesday: Wind and Weather - Wind Racers Wednesday: In Motion - Spinning Tops Thursday: Water Cycle - Terrariums Friday: Chemistry Day - Polymer and Bio-Plastic-concept
Monday: Space Travel - Alien Landscapes Tuesday: Life on Earth - Sun Dials and Spectroscopes Wednesday: Moon Walk - Moon Story Monoprints Thursday: Starlit Stories - LED Constellation Cubes or Tubes Friday: Blast Off! - Lever Launchers and Stomp Rockets
YOUTH ART EDUCATION
All 4 days: $200 ($240 non-members) $50/day ($60/day non-members) JULY 3-7 (no class Tuesday, July 4) MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Multi-Purpose Studio Monday: Australia - Take a trip Down Under mate! Use Aboriginal art styles and colors to inspire your colors and designs incorporating the many interesting animals you discover! Wednesday: Art of Asia - Imagine bamboo forests and koi fish ponds when you explore brush painting, stamping, printing, origami, and other creations using a variety of paper arts. Thursday: The Americas - Art and craft rich in pattern, vibrant color and texture span North and South America, including Central America. Compare and contrast ancient pottery and textiles to inspire your own fanciful masterpieces.
IMAGINE, CREATE! CLAY AND SCULPTURE
2-week camp: $500 ($600 non-members) JULY 10 - 14 & JULY 17 - 21 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Multi-Purpose Studio Hooray for all-day constructive play! Dive into the ultimate hands-on learning experience using exploratory art processes in kiln-fired clay and 3D mixed media. Projects engage students in creative problem solving from initial design to completion. Creating creatures, structures, vehicles and an array of ceramic-ware are just a few project possibilities. Alternating ceramics with sculpture projects allows for proper drying/firing time essential to success using kiln-fired clay. Please pick up clay projects within 2 weeks as we have limited storage space.
Friday: Africa - Welcome to the wilds of Africa! Discover native art and culture in this roaring art expedition, from mystic masks to towering giraffes.
YOUTH ART EDUCATION
WILD ABOUT ANIMALS
Friday: Jungle Journey - Be immersed in a towering canopy of trees and the incredible animals that inhabit rainforests around the world. Build layer upon layer to make your own artsy habitats. Shape is the magic word of the day for Dancers’ Workshop explorations in movement.
JULY 24 - 28 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Multi-Purpose Studio Monday: Take to the Skies - Repurpose materials and colorful craft items to build your own birdhouse and beautiful birds.
PLEIN AIR PAINTING AND DRAWING
A Collaboration with Whitney Wright and Dancers’ Workshop on 7/26 - 7/28 Full week: $235 ($282 non-members) $50/day ($60/day non-members)
Tuesday: A Land of Ice and Snow - Chill out on the North or South Pole when you explore the unique life found there from incredible igloos to cool penguins and polar bears! Wednesday: Desert Wanderings - Covering of our planet’s surface and all seven continents, deserts are fascinating and the life within is extremely diverse. Tell your story as an animal surviving in such a unique environment. Discover movement with Dancers’ Workshop focused on line and pathways. Thursday: Under The Sea - Pass over brilliant coral reefs, down to the bottom of the deepest oceans and back to your tropical island to make art inspired by this fantastic journey. Explore positive and negative space with Dancers’ Workshop.
Greg Houda $140 ($158 non-members)
JULY 25 - 27 TUESDAY - THURSDAY 9:30am - 2:30pm Drop Off and Pick Up on Location Tuesday - R Park Trailhead, 4270 River Springs Drive-Wilson Wednesday - South Park Feedground, hay shed at end of road Thursday - National Museum of Wildlife Art front door Houda joins our staff for painting with watercolor and drawing in pastel, charcoal, and colored pencil in the field! Our teachers will discuss and demonstrate the elements of light, shadow, line, and color as they appear in the landscape. In addition to painting and drawing, students will engage in creating land art using natural found materials similar to environmental artist Andy Goldsworthy. This class is taught entirely outdoors so be sure to bring a backpack with lunch, bug repellent, sunscreen, a jacket, water bottle, and sun hat. Contact us for more information and detailed directions to locations. In the event of bad weather, locations may change or a make-up day will be scheduled for Friday.
YOUTH ART EDUCATION
Full week: $235 ($282 non-members) $50/day ($60/day non-members) JULY 31 - AUGUST 4 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Multi-Purpose Studio Monday: In the Garden - Build gnome & fairy houses with painted rock mosaics, natural found object landscaping and more! Tuesday: Art Bots - Design your own funky “junk-yard” robot complete with a story to share about how he or she came to be. Wednesday: Shake, Shake, Boom-Shaka - It’s all about sound and rhythm when you make colorful instruments like drums, kazoos and shakers to march and play at the end of the day. Thursday: Invention Convention - With DaVinci in mind, invent, design and create your own simple machines. Friday: Things That Go Zoom! - Planes, trains, automobiles, boats and more! Your chance to build that fantasy car, rocket or boat you’ve always dreamed of…
FEELING LIKE FANTASY
Full week: $235 ($282 non-members) $50/day ($60/day non-members) AUGUST 7 - 11 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Multi-Purpose Studio Monday: Kings, Queens and Castles - Discover architecture of the Renaissance and Italian frescos then build your own imaginary cityscapes and textured paintings. Tuesday: Days of the Dinos - Have fun learning about and creating your own fossils, layers of the Earth and exciting features of our planet over time from volcanoes to old growth forests. Wednesday: Myth and Magic - Create art all about magic and imaginary beasts, soaring to the skies on the wings of dragons and walking the earth with unicorns, Griffins and Centaurs to name a few. Thursday: Pirates Play - Arrrg Matey... Shiver your timbers and set sail for an artistic adventure on the high seas complete with deserted islands, treasure maps, flags and hats. Friday: Monster Madness - Calling all mixed media monsters, silly and slightly scary, large and small, come out in a day of creative sculpture and colorful collage.
YOUTH ART EDUCATION ART OF STORYTELLING
A Week-Long Collaboration with Nanci Turner Steveson and Off-Square Theatre Company $325 ($390 non-A!A or Off-Square Members) AUGUST 14 - 18 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Performance 2:30 pm Friday, Black Box Theater Multi-Purpose Studio Calling all kids who want to be more creative in their storytelling! Students will be introduced to the basic structure of stories and storytelling and will design art that helps advance their story. On the final day of camp, kids will perform their original work for a live audience in the Off Square Theatre Black Box Space. Don’t hesitate, this camp fills quickly!
ART FOR EXHIBITION
Full week: $235 ($282 non-members) $50/day ($60/day non-members) AUGUST 21 - 25 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Friday Reception 3pm - 4pm, Glenwood Lobby Multi-Purpose Studio Engage in the gallery experience from start to finish. Let the work of artists past and present guide your inner creative spark as you focus on completing your masterpieces ready to hang on the gallery wall. Some time will also be spent preparing fun frames and planning for the opening of our exhibit at the end of the week.
Full week: $235 ($282 non-members) $50/day ($60/day non-members) AUGUST 28 - SEPTEMBER 1 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Multi-Purpose Studio Bring nature back into your art. In this class, we will create bugs, webs and artwork with things from nature! Learn the skills essential to finding natural materials and turning them into works of art! Don’t be afraid to get messy as we will collect the materials and be using rocks, grass, flowers, and dirt for our designs. ENTERING GRADES 3-5
THE SHADOW MASTERS
Henry Williams $250 ($300 non-members) JUNE 19 - 23 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Performance 2:30 on Friday, Center for the Arts Borshell Children’s Studio Discover the creation of storytelling through Shadow Puppets. Students will explore folklore from different cultures and learn the technique of creating their own shadow puppets. Students will practice and perform mastering shadow puppetry skills for a live performance at the end of the camp.
EUREKUS ECLIPSE WEEK
Tyler & Monica Aiello $315 ($440 non-members) JUNE 26 - 30 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Borshell Children’s Studio Join visiting artists Tyler & Monica Aiello of Eurekus as they return for the 8th year of exciting STEAM and Maker summer camps! Celebrate the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse excitement in Jackson and become an “Artist Explorer.” Imaginations soar while campers investigate the Earth, Sun & Moon connection in creative and dynamic ways. Explore the stars above and our planet below with a host of cool fine art and Maker projects. From motorized sculpture to eclipse-themed inventions, campers have a blast discovering together. PLUS, they’ll investigate historical and cultural connections to the cosmos while having loads of fun. Projects Include: LED Constellation Creations, Motorized Mobiles, Hi-Tech Dioramas, Light Activated Bots, Space Viewers, Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture & more!
MEET THE MASTERS
All 4 days: $200 ($240 non-members) $50/day ($60/day non-members) JULY 3 - 7 (no class Tuesday, July 4) MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Borshell Children’s Studio Monday: Pop Art Portraits - Create animal and self-portraits using bold lines, shapes and colors similar to Andy Warhol’s famous prints. Wednesday: Chihuly & Calder - Make marvelous mobiles exploring shapes in space like Alexander Calder and light catching twists that move with the wind inspired by Dave Chihuly. Thursday: Geometrical Art - Discuss how artists repeat shapes and patterns such as MC Escher to inspire geometrical designs and symmetry in mixed-media collages. Friday: Street Art Murals - Inspired by Banksy, we will make our own washable paints to combine with sidewalk chalk and spray bottle paint and brighten up our everyday living spaces.
MOVE WITH IT: A WEEK-LONG COLLABORATION WITH DANCERS’ WORKSHOP $300 ($360 non-A!A or DW members) JULY 10 - 14 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Meet in Borshell Children’s Studio This class offers movement and visual exploration of the elements of art and principles of design. Begin the day by visually and artistically exploring elements such as texture, shape, line, and pathways along with color and emotion; re-visiting the same concepts with Dancers’ Workshop in the afternoons. This fun and unique experience will further enhance meaning of fundamental art concepts through movement and dance, bringing with it a deeper understanding of the written world around you.
YOUTH ART EDUCATION OPEN STUDIO PAINTING AND DRAWING
ECO-ART: CLAY AND SCULPTURE
JULY 17 & 21 MONDAY & FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Borshell Children’s Studio
AUGUST 7 - 11 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Borshell Children’s Studio
Monday: Drawing to Paint - Build your skill in abstract or realistic drawing, learning to see and interpret detail. Work through the fundamentals in black and white, advancing to color using pencil, charcoal & colored pencils, ending the day with a final painting on canvas.
Explore the amazing relationships between the plants, animals and insects in Earth’s diverse eco-systems all in 3D! Start with handbuilding using kiln-fired clay and end the week with mixedmedia sculpture, allowing for proper drying/firing process of your creations. Learn how to create new eye-catching designs using both ceramics and sculpture materials like air-dry clay, wire, fabric, plaster, wood, and recyclables.
$50/day ($60 non-members)
Friday: Cartoons and Comics - Compare and contrast comics to find what suits your style best. Learn how to develop a storyline and draw your own strips to fill with color, possibly combining into a comic book as time allows.
PLEIN AIR PAINTING AND DRAWING Greg Houda $160 ($192 non-members)
JULY 18 - 20 TUESDAY-THURSDAY 9:30am - 2:30pm Drop Off and Pick Up on Location Tuesday - R Park Trailhead, 4270 River Springs Drive-Wilson Wednesday - Snow King, bottom of chairlift Thursday - National Museum of Wildlife Art, front door Houda joins our staff for painting with watercolor and drawing in pastel, charcoal, and colored pencil in the field! Our teachers will discuss and demonstrate the elements of light, shadow, line, and color as they appear in the landscape. In addition to painting and drawing, students will engage in creating land art using natural found materials similar to environmental artist, Andy Goldsworthy. This class is taught entirely outdoors so be sure to bring a backpack with lunch, bug repellent, sunscreen, a jacket, water bottle, and sun hat. Contact us for more information and detailed directions to locations. In the event of bad weather, locations may change or a make-up day will be scheduled for Friday.
GRAPHIC FASHION STUDIO
$270 ($324 non-members) JULY 24 - 28 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Meet in Borshell Children’s Studio Develop your own fantastic line of printed posters, t-shirts and/or tapestries using silk-screen and block printing, stamping and stenciling. Begin with drawing fundamentals to build confidence for your final designs. Discuss Pop Art and Asian art influences to better understand what it takes to produce eye-catching designs. As time allows, re-purpose clothing into printed handbags, scarves and more. Please bring your own t-shirts to print on!
$250 ($300 non-members) JULY 31 - AUGUST 4 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Meet in Borshell Children’s Studio Join us for an engaging exploration of digital film and storytelling. Strengthen your visual awareness when shooting in the field. Begin by writing out ideas to storyboard, then shoot and edit, finishing with a short personal video to share on the last day. Focus as a class will be on experimental, sport and documentary shorts. Bring your own camera or we can provide you with one.
$250 ($300 non-members)
FUNKY FIBERS AROUND THE WORLD
Full week: $250 ($300 non-members) $55/day ($66/day non-members) AUGUST 14 - 18 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Borshell Children’s Studio Monday: Masks - No doubt that masks are fascinating! Every culture seemingly incorporates masks into ritual and celebration from Carnival to Chinese New Year, Day of the Dead to African Festima. Make your own incorporating textiles and colorful craft items. Tuesday: Felting - Felt from wool is thought to be the world’s oldest textile. Learn how to shape wet felted wool into hanging tapestries and rolled beads to be strung together. Wednesday: Handmade Creatures - Discuss traditions like Halloween, legendary characters and folklore to inspire hand sewn and stuffed designs such as monsters and owls using over-sized buttons, colorful stitches and felt. Thursday: Batik/Tie-Dye - Explore dyeing techniques to transform natural cotton or silk into colorful flags or a tapestry to embellish with beads and embroidery. Friday: Weaving the World Together - Mayan, African, Peruvian, Native American are just a few of the cultures known for their woven textiles. Weave and wrap your own colorful patterns using a wide array of yarns and beads. Traditional Navajo weaving will be introduced as an option to explore.
ART FOR EXHIBITION
Full week: $235 ($282 non-members) $50/day ($60/day non-members) AUGUST 21 - 25 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Friday Reception 3 - 4pm, Glenwood Lobby Borshell Children’s Studio Engage in the gallery experience from start to finish. Let the work of artists past and present guide your inner creative spark as you focus on completing your masterpieces ready to hang on the Center walls. Some time will also be spent preparing fun frames and planning for the opening of our exhibit at the end of the week.
YOUTH ART EDUCATION PHOTO JOURNALING
$250 ($300 non-members) AUGUST 28 - SEPTEMBER 1 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9am - 3pm Meet in Borshell Children’s Studio Expand your visual storytelling through a lens and hands-on discovery in the field. Develop your skills using different shot types and camera angles, considering light, exposure, focus, and composition. Learn what it takes to make an interesting still image viewing and discussing examples of single images in comparison to those in a series. Work towards your own unified series of photos, including photo-based mixed media collage, as a final project to share. Bring your own camera or we can provide you with one.
GINORMOUS POP ART FOOD IN 3D: GR 4-8 Hannah Horigan $125 ($150 non-members)
JUNE 20 - 22 TUESDAY - THURSDAY 10am - 3pm Painting Studio With influences such as Andy Warhol and Wayne Thiebaud students will have a blast bringing their favorite food to life in a sculpture they can wear if they wish! Using bold shape, color and line, begin with an armature and finish using vibrant paint and collage for a realistic effect. You may march (or ride) with the Art Association in the 4th of July parade for the perfect display opportunity! ENTERING GRADES 6-9
Ellen Bischoff $220 ($264 non-members)
Jennifer McNaughton $150 ($180 non-members) AUGUST 1 - 3 TUESDAY - THURSDAY 10am - 3pm Painting Studio Learn the basics essential to bringing your fashion sense and style to life. This class introduces basic sewing construction techniques using quilting and a sewing machine. Some possible projects include: re-purposed clothing into handbags, wallets and scarves or working from simple patterns designing your own pillowcases, aprons and accessories.
AUDIOVISUAL COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Grove Miller and Joe Rudd $250 ($300 non-members)
AUGUST 21 - 25 MONDAY - FRIDAY 10am - 3pm Photography Studio Budding Musician? Visual Artist? Photographer? Into film-scoring, videography or DJ/VJ? If you use computers somewhere in your work-flow you’re probably familiar with mainstream software like Adobe, Pro Tools, Final Cut, Logic, etc. however, this class will focus on the incredibly in-depth and powerful audiovisual production suite Max 7 (cycling74.com). Take your digital chops to the next level by designing custom control interfaces for iPads/multi-touch tablets, AV-effects processors, light shows for stage/theater, and limitless innovative tools to both facilitate your interactions with the software that’s already familiar to you and inspire you to move in entirely new creative directions! No prior experience necessary. We will provide all the software/hardware you need but you are encouraged to bring any devices you have at home so we can work on having them talk to Max!
JULY 3 - 7 (no class Tuesday, July 4) Painting Studio
TWEEN METALSMITH SERIES
Imagine designing and printing multiples of textiles you can actually wear and to brighten up your walls at home. Join us for an exciting week of endless experimentation in design, dyeing and printing on paper and fabric. Learn the essentials for creating cool abstracted block designs to use as you wish and how to silk-screen start to finish. Towards the end of the week students will have the option to share blocks and screens with each other in order to create their own unique “quilted” collaborative tapestry to take home.
THURSDAYS 4:00pm - 5:15pm Multi Purpose Studio
FILMMAKING & SCREENWRITING
Leigh Reagan 2-week camp: $500 ($600 non-members) JULY 17 - 21 & 24 - 28 MONDAY - FRIDAY 10am - 3pm Meet in Photography Studio Experience the magic of film and filmmaking in a fun and nurturing environment for exploration. Write out your own short scripts to develop into narrative stories that will be shot on location. Edit the short film on iMovie and invite friends and family to the final screening. Positions such as director, assistant director, camera crew, actors, costume and prop designers will all need to be filled! Bring a camera or we can provide you with one.
Jennifer McNaughton All 8 classes: $100 ($120 non-members) $25/session ($30/session non-members)
Forging Bracelets JULY 6 & 13 Stamp, shape and texture copper or brass cuff bracelets. Silver available for additional fee. Earrings, Pendants JULY 20 & 27 Make earrings or small scale jewelry pieces using metal tools like snips, files, drills, stamps and even the torch! Stamping AUGUST 3 & 10 Cut, file, drill and stamp to create items such as brass and copper dog tags, earrings, pendants, and any other small projects your heart desires. Enamel & Copper Penny Bracelet AUGUST 17 & 24 Using 10 pennies (pre-1983), you will create a colorful enameled bracelet! Learn enameling (fusing the metal and colorful glass together) then work with the drill and torch to make a one-of-a-kind bracelet or another piece of your choice. Feel free to collect your own pennies to use!
YOUTH ART EDUCATION
DRAW, PAINT, PRINT: GR 6 - 9
Michele Walters All 3 classes: $40 ($50 non-members) $15/class ($18/class non-members) Painting Studio Leading up to Thursday’s Plein Air Painting event, join us for any or all of these fun studio classes honing in on specific techniques, refining your skills in different media each day! All supplies included. Drawing JULY 10 MONDAY 9:30am - 11am Learning to draw is learning to see. Follow your natural inclinations working in pencil, charcoal or ink, working from life and/or your imagination. Painting JULY 11 TUESDAY 9:30am - 11am Brush up on your color theory, shading and blending skills using watercolor or acrylic paint. Printing JULY 12 WEDNESDAY 9:30am - 11am Experiment with an array of monoprinting techniques applying ink directly to plexiglass using a wide range of painting & drawing tools, running your own series of prints through the press.
Michele Walters $100 ($120 non-members) JULY 18 - AUGUST 22 TUESDAYS 10:00 - 11:30am Ceramics Studio Learn to throw on the potter’s wheel to create decorative and functional ceramic ware in these hands-on classes. Throw and trim mugs and bowls. Refine handbuilding skills such as pinch, slab and coil, expanding your horizons in design and shape. ENTERING GRADES 5-12
MORNING WITH THE MASTERS: YOUTH PAINT OUT
Sponsored by the Art Association of Jackson Hole, Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters and the Grand Teton Association $35 JULY 13 THURSDAY 9am - 1pm Meet at Schwabacher’s Landing Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters will join aspiring artists for an inspiring morning of hands-on painting in the field. Technical advice will be offered throughout the class and open group discussions will follow stages of completion. Be sure to bring a sack lunch, water bottle and sun protection. Wear appropriate clothing for acrylic painting outdoors. All supplies provided.
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Anonymous Mary & Dan Armour Blue Yak Foundaton Jack & Linda MacGregor Gilman & Marge Ordway Sharon & Lloyd Powell Gary & Veronica Silberberg Christy Walton William E. Weiss Foundation
Joan Baldwin Cissie Ferguson Inland Northwest Community Foundation David Nichols & Lenore Grotke-Nichols Richard & Pamela Niner Don & Judy Opatrny
Community Partner $2,500+ Joe & Marilyn Branca Lisa Carlin Tom & Betty Cobb Todd & Mari Allan Hanna Tom & Katy Klotz Kent & Ann Nelson Clarke Nelson Steven Schultz Bill & Teresa Waterman
Arts Sponsor $1,000+ Anonymous Molly Armour Pilar Bass
William J. & Martha Best Stephanie Brennan Fred & Sally Brumbaugh Matt & Katie Confer Jeff & Jane Deming Robert Kass Steve & Jane Malashock Laurentius Marais Marc Milgram Myra Pavlesky Kaufman Debbie Petersen Gloria Polis Bill & Cheryl Schwartz Mary Shockey Mark Tarrant Walter Thieme Nick & Whitely Wheeler
Studio Sponsor $500+ Anonymous Jean Armour Lewis Kelvin Wu & Elli Bemis Larry Berlin Sue Cedarholm Sam Collins & Karen Rockey Carol Fagan Scott & Petria Fossel Lynn & Foster Friess Kathryn & William Gardner Eliot & Natalie Goss Ron Harris David Kaplan Stacey Kelly Don Lebowitz Charlie & Catherine Marsh Anne A. Muller Norman Hirschfield Foundation Joan Palmer
Elizabeth Becker Parker Peggy & Greg Prugh Nancy N. Resor Craig & Carol Schwender Ed Smail & Nancy Jarrell Randall & Doris Smith Jackie Stahlman Martha J. Stewart Amy & Stephen Unfried Beatrice F. Van Roijen Margaretha Walk Pauline Warner Terry & Claudia Winchell
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• 2016 - 2017 donors as of 3/14/17. We apologize for any errors or omissions. •
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUAL DONORS, FOUNDATIONS, BUSINESS SPONSORS, AND GRANT ORGANIZATIONS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Carrie & Scott Kirkpatrick Tracy Lamb Mary Lampton William & Martha Leith Jodi & Jack Livingood Jeanne Maher Holly F. McCollister Jim & Bobbi Moses Bridget & Michael Stern Mullen William & Janet O’Neil William & Julie Obering Peter & Susan Ordway Annette Osnos Marilyn Paine Larry Perlman Michael Sellett & Mary-Alice Huemoeller Gary Shockey Michael Stern & Bridget Mullen Karen Stewart Kay Stratman Jennifer Tennican Ned Thomas Sharon Thomas Edwin J. Thomas II & Karen Skaggs Dan & Teri Tyree Rebecca Vogelheim Betty and Jim Walton
Anonymous Robert Ablondi & Debra Wuersch Giovannina Anthony Jean Barash David Barnett & Geneva Chong Carter & Lisbeth Beise John & Margaret Bellorado
Cynthia Bennett Brendon Birnie & Elizabeth Cogburn Birnie Emily Boespflug Dan Bowen & Tenley Thompson Patti Boyd Stephanie Brennan Cathryn Brodie Shari Brownfield Alison G. Brush James & Sally Byrne Paige Byron Marcia & James Callahan Joanne Callahan Phillip & Robin Cameron Michael Campbell & Ann Harvey Andrew & Nancy Carson Todd Cedarholm Jinx Chapman Karen Jerger & Chuck Harris Brian Close Allison Cohane William E. Collins & Lokey Lytjen John Byrne Cook Eugenie Copp Michael & Helen Cottingham Amanda Crane Mary Keys Cutler Mitchell Dann William & Brenda Davidson Sam & Jenny Dowd Gayle Downing Sallie Dumond Steven & Joan Epstein Clark Ewald Kimberly Fletcher Katy Ann Fox
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Business Sponsors $2,500 Dancers’ Workshop • Fighting Bear Antiques • Prugh Real Estate • Springhill Suites Marriott • The Wort Hotel $1,000 Altamira Fine Art • Bank of Jackson Hole • Berlin Architects • Big D Signature • Jackson Hole Insurance • Pearl Street Market Rocky Mountain Bank • Silver Star Communications • Snake River Grill • Teton Motors • Westside Wine & Spirits $500 Carney Logan Burke Architects & Interior Design • Design Associates • Heather James Fine Art • Tayloe Piggott Gallery Community Partners Lucky’s Market • Smith’s • 2016 - 2017 donors as of 3/14/17. We apologize for any errors or omissions. •
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUAL DONORS, FOUNDATIONS, BUSINESS SPONSORS, AND GRANT ORGANIZATIONS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Fred & Susan Kingwill Deiter & Margaret Knecht Harry Konkel Scott & April Landale Tim Libassi John & Allison Liljestrom Eric & Tracy Logan Mary Lohuis William Loughran Doug Lowham & Cathryn Brodie Dr. James A. Luebbers Joni Mack Thomas & Natalia Macker Nancy Martino Eliza Mathieu Jane Matthews Valerie May Georgia Mayer Mike Mayer Nancy McCarthy Brendan & Nicki McDermott Brian & Robin McGree John & Jennifer McNaughton David Mecartney & Kelly Cornell Mecartney Dr. Morris Mellion Greg & Rachel Merrell John & Bobbi Miller John Modi David & Allison Monroe Matthew Montagne Jacqueline Montgomery Gloria Morgan Wendy Morgan
Richard Morgenstern & Dr. Devra Davis Barbara & James M. Moses Anne Muller Alexander & Joohee Muromcew Aude Nevius Rodney & Anne Newcomb George & Virginia Novak Leslie Nowlin Mark Nowlin Sean O’Malley & Mia Jensen Greg & Kathleen Meisner Tony Panarisi & Priscilla Marden Karen Parent Susan Park Rodney Pennington Brewer Penny Cynda Peralta-Ramos Dr. & Mrs. Tom Pockat Frances A. Pollak Steven & Carol Poole David & Patsy Raaum Fernando Ramos Tzompa Harley & Lucy Rankin Anne & Ben Read Dr. Elizabeth W. Ridgway Cynthia Riedel Elisabeth Rohrbach Wendy Rominger Miga Rossetti Diane Ryan Brandon & Katrina Ryan Scott & Barbara Sanchez Chris & Louisa Sandvig Tom & Beck Schell
Charles & Carol Schneebeck Sam & Alison Sehnert Peter & Jean Selkowitz D. Barry & Priscilla Sibson Benjamin Sinclair Barbara & John Simms Fred & Jeanie Staehr Thomas Stallings & Diana Osuna Wendell & Rachel Stam Laurie Stern Greg & Mindy Sturgis William & Engrid Sullivan Michael Symmons & Clare Payne Symmons Lawrence Thal & Shannon Troxler Thal Daniel & Shirley Thomas Eve Throop Thursday Roundtable Fund John C. & Meaghan Tozzi Two Grey Hills Karen Van Norman Doug Vogel & Evie Lewis John & Jocelyn Wasson William E. Wecker Charles & Wendy Weiss Dabney West Laurel Wicks Mary S. Willis Kurt & Chris Wimberg Paul & Jess Wireman James A. Wolf & Nan Neth John C. Wright III & Dana J. Olson Michael Yin Laura Zepko
TO OUR INAUGURAL LEADERSHIP CIRCLE MEMBERS, WHO HAVE MADE A THREE-YEAR COMMITMENT TO THE ART ASSOCIATION:
• Dan & Mary Armour • Jack & Linda MacGregor
• Tom & Katy Klotz • Todd Hanna / Belay On Advisors
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