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THE CENTER

2018

SUMMER /FALL SEASON

JHCENTERFORTHEARTS.ORG


Above: Portland Cello Project - see page 15

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A $3 PROCESSING FEE IS APPLIED TO ALL TICKETS

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Cover: Rodrigo y Gabriela on a backdrop of Shannon Troxler’s “The Red Cello” Back Cover: Brandon Gellis “uncharted 1-3” photo by Wes Magyar

THE CENTER IS A PRIVATE NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION FUNDED SOLELY BY GENEROUS GIFTS FROM OUR DONORS.


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CENTER PRESENTS

THE PAVILION PROJECT

SEASON CALENDAR

CENTER SPONSORS

Extraordinary artists, musicians, and even a magician are taking the stage this season at The Center Theater.

The Pavilion welcomes performing and visual arts, exhibits, classes, and spontaneous gatherings to The Center Park.

THEATER GALLERY+ CAMPUS SCHEDULE

An enriching variety of programs and events are coming this summer to our creative campus.

Thanks to the generous support from these local businesses and organizations, The Center is able to continue to produce quality programming each season.

The Center hosts a stunning array of artists this summer displaying in The Center Theater Gallery and The Center Courtyard, as well as collaborations with other arts organizations.

MISSION: TO CONNECT OUR CREATIVE COMMUNITY BY PROVIDING A DEDICATED CAMPUS, SUPPORTING EXCELLENT PROGRAMMING, AND NURTURING A COLLABORATIVE SPIRIT.

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JUNE 27 / 7:30PM

GENRE COUNTRY / FOLK

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Beloved by fans and critics alike, Mary Chapin Carpenter

track. While the five-time Grammy winner’s 15 albums

has recorded 15 albums and sold over 14 million records.

have been less linear autobiography and more a resolute

Her newest album, Sometimes Just The Sky, released

collection of sharply observed sketches, each has offered

March 30, 2018, is a celebration of her acclaimed 30-

glimpses into the artist’s life, brimming with literary detail

year recording career. The landmark record features new

and ringing with universal truth. Carpenter has sold more

versions of some of Carpenter’s most beloved songs, as

than 12 million records worldwide and was inducted into

well as one newly written song, which became the title

the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2012.


JULY 11 / 8PM

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THE CENTER BENEFIT! GENRE BLUEGRASS / JAZZ Groundbreaking banjoist/composer/band leader Béla Fleck

Roy “Futureman” Wooten. The album sees the quartet

has reconvened the original ‘Béla Fleck & The Flecktones’,

creating some of the most forward thinking music of their

the extraordinary initial line-up of his incredible combo.

long, storied career. While all manners of genres come

Rocket Science marks the first recording by the first

into play – from classical and jazz to bluegrass and African

fab four Flecktones in almost two decades, with pianist/

music – the result is an impossible-to-pigeonhole sound

harmonica player Howard Levy back in the fold alongside

all their own, a meeting of musical minds that remains, as

Fleck, bassist Victor Wooten, and percussionist/Drumitarist

ever, utterly indescribable. 5


AUG 01 / 8PM

GENRE COUNTRY / FOLK

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Two-time Grammy winner Rickie Lee Jones exploded

songs and the songwriter singing, defying convention with

onto the pop scene in 1978 and has made a career of

her sometimes brazen sexuality and the mixed bag of jazz,

fearlessly experimenting with her sound and persona over

rock, and what has come to be known as ‘confessional’

15 critically acclaimed albums. Rolling Stone magazine

songwriter performances. Her latest album The Other

put her on its cover twice in two years, and Saturday

Side of Desire was written, recorded, and rooted in New

Night Live gave her an unprecedented three songs for

Orleans. Produced by John Porter and Mark Howard, this

her second appearance. Rickie is both a character in the

is the first new music Jones has written in over a decade.


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AUG 07 / 8PM

GENRE AMERICANA / FOLK Shovels & Rope is an American folk duo from Charleston,

2013. On September 18, 2013 at the Americana Music

South Carolina composed of husband and wife Michael

Honors & Awards, Shovels & Rope received the honor of

Trent and Cary Ann Hearst. Combining threads from their

Emerging Artist of the Year, as well as Song of the Year

individual solo careers, Shovels & Rope blends traditional

for the song “Birmingham.” They also appear in an end

folk, rock and roll, and country rock. The band made

scene and provide the episode background music for the

their network television debut playing “Birmingham”

Charleston episode of CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts

on The Late Show with David Letterman, January 30,

Unknown. 7


AUG 21 / 8PM

THE WITH JOHN PATITUCCI AND DAVE WECKL

GENRE JAZZ / POST-BOP

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The Chick Corea Akoustic Band reunites Chick with

history. John Patitucci is one of the most widely-recorded

longtime brothers-in-music John Patitucci and Dave

and in-demand bassists today, in any genre, having

Weckl, bringing the whipshot runs and lyrical flights that

performed on countless albums. For more than 35 years,

they pioneered in Chick’s Elektric Band back to a classic

Dave Weckl has developed and maintained a reputation

acoustic piano trio. Chick Corea has attained iconic status

among fans, peers, and the international music

in music. The keyboardist, composer, and band leader

community, as one of the great living drummers. Don’t

is the fourth-most nominated artist in Grammy Awards

miss the Akoustic Band’s first tour in more than 20 years!


AUG 28 / 8PM

WITH STEVE KIMOCK TICKETS / JHCENTERFORTHEARTS.ORG

GENRE BLUES / BLUES ROCK Hot Tuna, Jorma Kaukonen, and Jack Casady, perform

area, through years of inventive Psylodelic rock in San

with a well-honed and solid power – always in the groove

Francisco, to their current acoustic and electric blues

from their years of experience and mutual inspiration.

sound, no one has more consistently led American music

Started as a side project during Jefferson Airplane days,

for the last 50 years than Jorma Kaukonen and Jack

the constant, the very definition of Hot Tuna, has always

Casady, the founders and continuing core members of Hot

been Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady. From their days

Tuna. At the 2016 Grammys, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack

playing together as teenagers in the Washington, DC

Casady were honored with Lifetime Achievement Awards. 9


SEPT 10 / 7:30 PM

GENRE BLUEGRASS / FOLK

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Join Jackson’s all-time favorite folk musicians for a special

Hootenanny began in the 1950s and continues to be a

performance on The Center’s stage. Once a year, the

home for some of Jackson’s best musicians. The Center

Hootenanny trades in its usual Monday-night venue in

yearly gathering allows Jackson-based talent to belt

Moose, WY, and performs an in-town version of the long-

out their tunes on the large stage and share the magic

running tradition. Talented pickers, founding performers,

captured in front on the Tetons with a packed house. Past

long-time stalwarts, and special friends take the stage

artists include Bill Briggs, Hank Phibbs, Dan Thomasma,

to perform covers and originals – all acoustically. The

and Byron Tomingas.


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SEPT 18 / 8PM

GENRE ACOUSTIC / FOLK Since they left Mexico for Ireland in 1999, Rodrigo y

includes the soundtracks to ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean:

Gabriela have established themselves as one of the most

On Stranger Tides’ and ‘Puss In Boots’, and they have

popular acoustic instrumental bands in the world. They

collaborated onstage and on record with artists as diverse

have sold in excess of 1.5 million albums worldwide,

as Robert Trujillo (Metallica), Al Di Meola, Zack De La

and have sold out venues like the Hollywood Bowl, the

Rocha (Rage Against The Machine) and Anoushka

Royal Albert Hall, Sydney Opera House, Red Rocks

Shankar. In 2010 Rodrigo y Gabriela played at The White

Amphitheater and Le Zenith in Paris. Their film work

House in Washington for President Obama. 11


OCT 04 / 7PM

GENRE SHORT FILMS UNDER 8 MINUTES

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For one week this fall over 100,000 film-lovers will

45 countries a year. Ten of these entries are selected

gather in over 300 cinemas, universities, and museums

as finalists and you can be the judge! Audiences from

spanning six continents for one purpose: to view and vote

around the world are given the opportunity to unite not

on the ten short films (18 minutes and under), that are

only to view the films but to vote for the ONE film they

finalists in the annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival.

think is best. MANHATTAN SHORT is, quite simply,

Established in New York City in 1998, the MANHATTAN

a collection of some of the best short films currently

SHORT receives over 600 short-film entries from over

screening in the world today.


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OCT 09 / 8PM

FEATURING GERALD CLAYTON, VINCENTE ARCHER, AND BILL STEWART

GENRE JAZZ / JAZZ FUSION Iconic Grammy Award winning guitarist John Scofield

an artist. In recent years, Scofield won two consecutive

teams up with pianist Gerald Clayton, bassist Vicente

Best Jazz Album Grammy Awards for Past Present and

Archer, and drummer Bill Stewartin Combo 66, a new

Country For Old Men and has received resounding

band that builds upon Scofield’s long legacy of masterful

critical acclaim for his 2017 release Hudson. Now, joined

improvisation and stylistic diversity. Since the late 1970’s,

by three formidable artists in their own right, Scofield’s

Scofield has been a major influence on jazz, continuously

new band showcases an intricate interpretation of jazz’s

finding new and exciting avenues to reinvent himself as

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OCT 14 / 6PM

GENRE MAGIC / FAMILY

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Michael Grandinetti is making the ancient art of magic

in stadiums, arenas, and theaters around the country.

charismatic and contemporary. Named by Entertainment

Grandinetti has collaborated with Oscar-winning

Weekly as “a great magician who can truly communicate

composers and symphony orchestras, for major sporting

with a TV audience” and Hidden Remote as a “fan

events, Fortune 500 companies, and events at The White

favorite…with charisma and an easy rapport with an

House. By blurring the line between illusion and reality,

audience,” Grandinetti is not your ordinary magician. He

he has made a name for himself around the world as an

has performed on national and international television,

extremely talented and innovative illusionist.


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OCT 16 / 8PM

PERFORM RADIOHEAD’S OK COMPUTER

GENRE CLASSICAL / ROCK Portland’s premiere alt-classical group brings a huge,

an infinite variety of artistic inspiration to people of all

orchestral ensemble (including guest vocals by Patti

walks of life. All of the cellists in the group are classically

King of the Portland band The Shins) to perform a night

trained, and have found a unique connection between

in homage to Radiohead. Expect an evening of unique

Radiohead and their musical foundation. The deep layers

renditions of classical Radiohead pieces that wander

of sonic ecstasy are reminiscent to late-19th-century

from truly epic to breathtakingly intimate. OK Computer

music, but beyond that, each of the cellists has worked to

is a historic album that has proven over the years to yield

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TOWN ENCLOSURE

The 2018 Pavilion Project, produced by Jackson Hole Public Art in partnership with Center for the Arts’ Creative in Residence program, and designed by Carney Logan Burke Architects is both a sculpture and a venue. In 2017, Jackson Hole Public Art led a “blind submittal” process and facilitated a panel of creative professionals to identify the pavilion design. Carney Logan Burke’s design, Town Enclosure, was chosen among many impressive design proposals.

Join us for an opening celebration of The Pavilion on June 27 5:30-7:30pm in The Center Park. JHCENTERFORTHEARTS.ORG

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INSTALLATION DATES / JUNE 2018 – MAY 2019

Town Enclosure Pavilion is created from a circular composition of timber panels, the Pavilion and the space it creates are both transparent and opaque according to one’s position and perspective. The Town Enclosure Pavilion will exist as a sculptural object in The Center Park but it is much more than a sculpture. The Pavilion welcomes performing and visual arts, exhibits, classes, and spontaneous gatherings to The Center Park.

ABOUT CARNEY LOGAN BURKE Since our inception in 1992, the Jackson-based studio has grown to accommodate a staff of more than 40 led by principals John Carney, Eric Logan, Kevin Burke and Andy Ankeny. We maintain an informal and collegial atmosphere that encourages individual creativity and teamwork in an open, collaborative environment. Each endeavor is guided with the firm’s philosophy in mind – inspired by place. 17


T H E A T E R

G A L L E R Y

“i think i always will” oil painting

“heated memories” photo by Wes Magyar

“The Red Cello” oil on rag paper

HIT PAUSE

INNATE CONFLUENCES

NOTE BY NOTE

May 25 - June 26 Artist Talk / May 24 12-1pm Reception / May 25 5:30-7pm

June 28 - Aug 14 Artist Talk / June 28 12-1pm Reception / June 29 5:30-7pm

Aug 16 - Sept 24 Artist Talk / Aug 16 12-1pm Palates and Palettes Reception / Sept 7 5-6:30pm

This series joins the aesthetic capabilities found in instant photography and oil paint to hit pause and dwell in a moment. The simplicity and charm of the snapshot photo informs the color choices, design and texture of Katy’s paint. Each painting celebrates spending time in an instant collected from her life as a resident of Jackson Hole.

Biological changes occur naturally across Earth’s many landscapes. In innate confluences, Brandon explores the acceleration of changes because of human impact. As a multimedia experience, this exhibit includes 3D printed and laser cut interactive pieces, landscape reconstructions of Wyoming and Rocky Mountain West landscapes, and original video of the artist’s time exploring nature.

BY KATY ANN FOX

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S C H E D U L E

BRANDON GELLIS

SHANNON TROXLER

Shannon loves to draw inspiration from other disciplines. This body of work is a celebration of the visual symphony of music and dance: the graceful curve of a cello scroll, the arch of a dancers foot, the gestures, movement and raw passion embodied by an orchestra. Shannon transforms the gallery into a corridor full of ink drawings dipped in wax and back lit to glow with a translucent light. The exhibit will include a musical concert and a brief dance performance.


C A M P U S

S C H E D U L E

photo by Jonathan Crosby

POND SERIES ADAM WOLPERT

The Center Conference Room May 26 - Aug 25 Artist Talk / May 25 12-1pm Reception / May 25 5:30-7pm Pond Series is a full twelve-month cycle of 70 paintings of the same size and of the same view. While each individual painting is exquisite, the body of work viewed as a whole is profound. As you allow your eyes to settle on one image after another, you step across the threshold into real seeing and are invited into a parallel world in which you are led to notice subtle changes in light and shadow in a way that draws you into another way of seeing.

SAGUARO AT DAWN + MORAN WITH SNOW

CONSCIOUSNESS AMONG THE TREES

Glenwood and Cache St. Entrances Moran with Snow / March - June Saguaro at Dawn / March - Summer ’18

a collaboration with Teton Artlab The Center Courtyard July 30 - Oct 3, 2018 Artist Talk / July 26 12-1pm Reception / July 27 5:30-7pm

BEN ROTH

These two sculptures signify the overarching theme in Ben’s work of exploring different environments and how they are changing. The works welcome visitors and indicate immediately that this is a home for creative thinking and exploration. The drastically different environments of mountains and desert bookend the vast artistic activity that occurs in this building and voice the importance of place.

TREVOR AMERY

Consciousness Among The Trees is an installation using firewood, found objects, and artworks that consider how people come together, relate personal experiences, influence one another, as well as our relationship to nature and the outdoors.

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S U M M E R / FA L L JUNE 15 - 16 CONTEMPORARY DANCE WYOMING Presented by Dancers’ Workshop

C A L E N D A R

28-30

cast of visiting actors and locals and directed by Edgar Landa. Share IN THE PARK the magic of theatre with the whole family and top it off with a picnic at The Center Amphitheater. FREE TO THE PUBLIC.

JACKSON HOLE WRITERS CONFERENCE Presented by Jackson Hole Writers The Center Theater & Lobby / All Day

The Center Theater / 6PM

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Studio 1

PUBLIC TALK: JEWELL PARKER RHODES –

WRITING FOR YOUTH: EMPATHY, DIVERSITY

AND THE EMPOWERED “I” VOICE – THEATER

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VISITING ARTIST WORKSHOP:

Presented by Jackson Hole

THE CENTER BENEFIT WITH BELA FLECK

PLEIN AIR OIL PAINTING WORKSHOP

Writers Conference

AND THE FLECKTONES

Presented by Art Association of Jackson Hole

The Center Theater / 8PM

Presented by The Center

9AM

The Center Theater & Lobby / 8PM

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ARTIST TALK WITH BRANDON GELLIS

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KIDS SUMMER WRITING CAMPS

Presented by The Center

DANCERS’ WORKSHOP GALA CELEBRATION

Presented by Jackson Hole Writers

The Center Theater Gallery / 12PM

FEATURING HUBBARD STREET DANCE CHICAGO

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Presented by Dancers’ Workshop

10AM

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6PM

OPENING RECEPTION

OPENING CELEBRATION FOR THE PAVILION

FOR BRANDON GELLIS’ EXHIBITION

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Presented by Jackson Hole Public Art and

Presented by The Center

ARTIST TALK WITH TREVOR AMERY

Carney Logan Burke Architects

The Center Theater Gallery / 5:30PM

Presented by The Center

in collaboration with The Center The Center Park / 5:30PM

in collaboration with Teton Artlab

JULY

The Center Courtyard / 12PM

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6-8 / 13-15

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MARY CHAPIN CARPENTER

THIN AIR SHAKESPEARE - MACBETH

OPENING RECEPTION FOR TREVOR AMERY

Presented by The Center

Presented by Off Square Theatre Company

Presented by The Center in collaboration

The Center Theater / 7:30PM

The Center Amphitheater

with Teton Artlab The Center Courtyard / 5:30PM

28 ADULT MAKER NIGHT: LED CONSTELLATION CUBES Presented by Art Association of Jackson Hole 6PM

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THE CENTER IS SUPPORTING OFF SQUARE THEATRE COMPANY’S 6TH ANNIVERSARY OF THIN AIR SHAKESPEARE as one of our collaborative programs. This summer’s Macbeth is performed by a talented

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AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

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JOHN SCOFIELD’S COMBO 66 FEATURING

RICKIE LEE JONES

PALATES & PALETTES RECEPTION WITH

AND BILL STEWART

Presented by The Center

SHANNON TROXLER

Presented by The Center

The Center Theater / 8PM

Presented by The Center

The Center Theater / 8PM

The Center Theater Gallery / 5PM

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GERALD CLAYTON, VINCENTE ARCHER,

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SHOVELS AND ROPE

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Presented by The Center

HOOTENANNY

SOLARPLATE AND MONOPRINTING

The Center Theater / 8PM

Presented by The Center

Presented by Art Association of Jackson Hole

The Center Theater / 7:30PM

9AM

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VISITING ARTIST WORKSHOP: HYBRID WORKS:

ARTIST TALK WITH SHANNON TROXLER

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Presented by The Center

VISITING ARTIST WORKSHOP:

MICHAEL GRANDINETTI

The Center Theater Gallery / 12PM

DYNAMIC PAINTING IN OIL OR PASTEL

Presented by The Center

Presented by Art Association of Jackson Hole

The Center Theater / 6PM

9AM

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Presented by Dancers’ Workshop

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The Center Theater / 8PM

RODRIGO Y GABRIELA

RADIOHEAD’S OK COMPUTER

Presented by The Center

Presented by The Center

The Center Theater / 8PM

The Center Theater / 8PM

PATITUCCI AND DAVE WECKL

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

Presented by The Center

The Center Theater / 8PM

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MANHATTAN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

ANNAPURNA, BY SHARR WHITE

Presented by The Center

Presented by Off Square Theatre Company

The Center Theater / 7PM

The Black Box / 7PM

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28 ELECTRIC HOT TUNA WITH STEVE KIMOCK Presented by The Center

PORTLAND CELLO PROJECT PERFORMING

The Center Theater / 8PM

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VISITING ARTIST WORKSHOP: RELIEF

SCULPTURE: NOT JUST A DRAWING IN CLAY Presented by Art Association of Jackson Hole 9:30AM

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DIRECTOR

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TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

JEN SIMON

JENNY GRAHAM

NEYZA ORTEGA

PRESIDENT OF THE CENTER FUND

GRAPHIC DESIGNER & MARKETING COORDINATOR

CONTROLLER

ANDREW KENT FACILITIES MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT

CREATIVE INITIATIVES COORDINATOR

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DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE & BOARD LIAISON

FRONT DESK

SHANNON MCCORMICK

TECHNICAL COORDINATOR

CATHEDRAL VOICES CHAMBER CHOIR

ANNE BRADLEY

CENTER FOR THE ARTS

WILLI BROOKS

CENTER OF WONDER CENTRAL WYOMING COLLEGE - JACKSON CAMPUS

MARKETING DIRECTOR FRONT OF HOUSE MANAGER & VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

ANNA D’ANDREA DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT

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DOUG VOGEL

PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR

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JACKSON HOLE PUBLIC ART

JENNY FELSINGER

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STEVE RYAN

SECRETARY

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BILL WATERMAN

JOHN HUMMEL

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JACKSON HOLE CHORALE JACKSON HOLE COMMUNITY RADIO

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TREASURER

JACKSON HOLE WRITERS

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