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Jackson Hole Public Art

Annual Report

2019

Photo: Blake Ciulla

PO Box 4413 Jackson, WY 83001 307.734.9026

carrie@jhpublicart.org alex@jhpublicart.org www.jhpublicart.org


Mission

JH Public Art forges partnerships for the integration of art into any environment, to inspire lasting cultural, educational, and economic benefits.

Community as canvas, creativity as catalyst.

2019 Staff

Carrie Geraci | Director Alexandra Pope | Project Manager

Board

Peggy Davenport | Chair Jed Mixter | Vice-Chair Des Jennings | Treasurer Lisa Flood | Secretary Klaus Baer Catherine Bradford Stephen Dynia Kea Molnar Maggie Moore

Public Art Task Force

Katy Fox Tammi Hanawalt Morgan Jaouen Matt Kissel

Inspiration, everywhere.

Phil Coosaia | Honorary Eric Logan | Honorary Katy Niner | Honorary

Joseph Lovett Jed Mixter Inanna Reistad

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Enhanced Vision Our community’s primary goal as stated in the Teton County Comprehensive Plan is to preserve and protect our area’s ecosystem. To address this challenge, JH Public Art is reinforcing its commitment to support artists who practice sustainable techniques and whose artworks inspire acts of conservation. By siting artworks in iconic public settings, JH Public Art aims to reach broad audiences with conservation messages through public art. Our approach is simple: We will commission artists who can galvanize shifts in our behavior and thinking by bringing awareness to topics in emotionally compelling ways with public artwork that illuminates complex issues and energizes people to become better stewards of the environment.

Ben Roth Bear Root (Osha) Photo: Blake Ciulla


CLB Architects, Get Out/Get In Photo:Â Aaron Kraft


Illuminating:

Glow Nights The second year of GLOW Nights opened in December 2019 as a month-long “must-see� exhibit of original art installations in both Teton Village and the town of Jackson. Artists used colored and white light within their works as a medium to reflect the unique phenomena found in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. GLOW Nights celebrates light, art, and awe in the dark of the winter. Three installations in the town of Jackson complemented five in Teton Village, creating a valley wide exhibition that engaged young and old alike. With the wonderful support of many community partners, JH Public Art hosted two successful events enjoyed by hundreds of locals and visitors.

Artists:

Bland Hoke Carney Logan Burke Architects Maggie West Ben Roth Bradley Smith, Doug Vogel, and Noah Waldron Funded in part with an award from: National Endowment for the Arts Title Sponsors:

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Teton Village Association Grants provided by:

Community Foundation of Jackson Hole First Interstate Bank Wyoming Arts Council Business Sponsors: Center for the Arts

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce Jackson Hole Land Trust Lighting production by: Hughes Production


Isabel Rucker, Winter’s Jewels

Rotating:

ArtSpot The ArtSpot is the only rotating public art venue in the valley. Designed and fabricated by Bland Hoke, the ArtSpot is a high-visibility installation passed by more than 30,000 daily drivers commuting to and from the town of Jackson. The ArtSpot program provides local artists with stipends and technical support to create artwork for a high visibility venue.

Inspiration, everywhere.

The ArtSpot was in need of maintenance and a new home, which requires an engineered base and a new foundation. With the generous support of 75 individuals, businesses, and art enthusiasts we met our goal to Save the ArtSpot. Thanks to all of you, the ArtSpot will have a new home on Broadway this spring!

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Participating:

Mobile Studio For the third year in a row, JH Public Art, Hole Food Rescue, and Teton Literacy Center partnered to provide art activities, books, and food to over 800 local children in parks and neighborhoods throughout Jackson. The Mobile Studio program helps alleviate food insecurity while offering creative learning opportunities for children not enrolled in summer programs. New this year, JH Public Art hired the Art Association’s outreach staff to provide free art activities for local youth.

Mobile Studio Activities at the Center for the Arts

Sponsored by: Anonymous

Teton County Recreation District Community Foundation of JH Wyoming Arts Council Cynthia Hogan Foundation Volunteer Partners: Hole Food Rescue

Teton Literacy Center Thank you:

Art Association Outreach Staff


Transforming:

Stickum Up! This past summer, Stickum Up grew to include 18 local artists, sponsored by 9 local businesses. The temporary murals add beauty to underutilized public spaces and create a walkable downtown art show, with maps at each site guiding viewers from one artwork to the next. High-resolution images provided by local artists are wheat-pasted onto downtown alley walls and power washed off at the end of the display.

Artists:

This year JH Public Art offered free tours of the murals including one given in Spanish.

Kelly Halpin

Borbay

Boughton Walden Haley Badenhop Arturo Hernandez Mike Piggott Liz Forelle Greta Gretzinger Samantha Ritchie Havoc Hendricks Jina Kim Natalie Connell Cal Brackin Kay Stratman and three emerging high school talents: Corah Pitman Miller Miranda Raposa Mariela Santelices

Sponsored by: JH BookTrader, Stinky Prints, Beyond Efficiency, Pearl Street Market, Hotel Jackson, Trio, Pinky G’s, US Bank, Terra, Wild West Designs, Roadhouse Brewing, and Tayloe Piggott Gallery. Funded in part by the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, the Wyoming Arts Council, and U.S. Bank.

Inspiration, everywhere.

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Cal Brackin, OBI Bird Photo:Â Lucas Ayoub


Bronwyn Minton, Looksees

Consulting:

FoundSpace The Jackson Hole Land Trust invited the community to join five local artists at the fourth annual FoundSpace installation at Emily Stevens Park in Wilson. The event encouraged the community to interact with art installations and explore protected open spaces while celebrating the crossroads of art and conservation. Artist coordination was provided by JH Public Art.

Inspiration, everywhere.

Artists:

Bland Hoke Brittany Hill Bronwyn Minton Jenny Dowd & Matt Daly Ben Roth & Peter Woods Sponsored by: Jackson Hole Land Trust Thank you: Habitat for Humanity

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Major Bison Major Bison made a move! The large, bright red Bison sculpture that had proudly stood along the Moose Wilson Road was transported to Teton Village in September. Local artist John Simms, in collaboration with JH Public Art, Teton Village Association, and Diehl Gallery, found a new home for the artwork in the green field along McCollister Drive. JH Public Art and Teton Village Association continue to work together to activate and beautify vital public spaces.

Partners:

Diehl Gallery John Simms Sponsored by:

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Teton Village Association

Gen 2 TramCar Restoration The newly restored, secondgeneration tramcar debuted this holiday season as a permanently sited gallery at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The tramcar began operations in 1966 but was retired in 2005. JH Public Art proposed the concept of the tram as a rotating artspace and helped facilitate the restoration. Artists will be invited seasonally to install exhibits in the rotating gallery space, which is now equipped with modern audio visual capabilities.

Sponsored by:

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Teton Village Association Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund


Placemaking:

Park(ing) Day JH Public Art celebrated PARK(ing) Day on September 20, 2019. PARK(ing) Day is a worldwide event where artists, designers, and citizens transform parking spots into temporary public parks. PARK(ing) Day helps us imagine public space for people instead of cars, highlighting the inspiring work of local designers and artists to increase pedestrian vitality in town. New this year, JH Public Art teamed up with the Pathways Department to create an age-friendly pedestrian mall in downtown Jackson. Seniors in our community were invited to engage in art-making activities, receive free haircuts, relax in Sage Living rocking chairs, and take a spin on a Trishaw bike. PARK(ing) Day was supported through a grant from the American Association of Retired People (AARP) and the Wyoming Business Council.

Inspiration, everywhere.

Participants:

Frances Ritchie NOSO Patches Jenny Dowd CLB Architects and KWC with Willow Creek Woodwork, Inc Jackson Hole Land Trust Center for the Arts GYDE Architects & New West Building Company Jackson / Teton County Planning Depts Isabel Rucker Bland Hoke & KHOL, powered by Energy Conversation Works Thank you: AARP

Cycling Without Age Friends of JH Public Art St. John’s Hospital Foundation Teton County Pathways Town of Jackson Wyoming Arts Council Wyoming Business Council Many Volunteers

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GYDE Architects & New West Building Company, Urban Canopy Photo:Â Lucas Ayoub


Imagining:

Moonshot 5x5 On January 10, 2019 JH Public Art hosted the second annual Moonshot 5x5 to pitch ambitious public art ideas that challenge what we think is possible. Seven local creatives presented their big, bold ideas at the Center for the Arts with 5 slides in 5 minutes. The ideas ranged from Corey Milligan’s historical large-scale mural to Natalia Macker’s legislative theater pitch. Jenny Dowd’s “Cloud Factory” idea was picked up after the event, and will be debuting at the Town Enclosure on March 13, 2020.

Presenters: Matt Daly

Jenny Dowd Bland Hoke Fernando Jauregui Natalia Macker Corey Milligan Frances Ritchie Thank you: Wyoming Arts Council

Jenny Dowd, Chalky Characters


CFA Eecutive Director David Rothman, Mayor Pete Muldon, and JHPA Executive Director Carrie Geraci at the unveiling of the Public Piano, June 2019

Engaging:

Public Piano Last May, JH Public Art teamed up with the Center for the Arts to revitalize a neglected piano that had been on campus for many years. Jackson-based artist Haley Badenhop was selected from the artist call, and the piano, which sat on Cache Street, was enjoyed all summer long. The public piano created a neighborhood vibe on The Center campus, inviting daily participation in the arts.

Thank you:

Center for the Arts Haley Badenhop


2019 Income Sources

Private Grants Sponsorships Private Donations Government Grants Consulting Income Fundraising Events Inspiration, everywhere.

38% 22% 18% 12% 8% 1%

2019 Time Allocation

Programs Consulting Town & County Administration Marketing & Outreach Fundraising

55% 17% 12% 10% 3% 3% jhpublicart.org


Thank you to our generous donors Donors Anonymous (3) Delsa Allen Laurie Andrews and Perk Perkins Shawn and Andy Ankeny Jill and Reed Armijo Mary and Dan Armour Klaus Baer Jean Barash Pilar Bass Cathy Blount Kimberly Bohan and Bob McGregor Agnes Bourne Catherine and Bill Bradford Stephanie Brennan Stina Broc and Sean Stauth Cathryn Brodie and Doug Lowham Willi Brooks Shari Brownfield Angela Burton and Fred Bowditch Julie Butler Robin and Phil Cameron Lisa Carlin Ronald Carroll Jill and Brian Close Ashley Colgate Kathy and Phil Coosaia Genie Copp and Ken Overfield Kirsten Corbett Patty Coursey and John Batenhorst Scotty Craighead Ruth Curtis Cindy Daly Matt Daly Mitchell Dann Peggy and Kirk Davenport Maggie Davis Anna Davis and Daniel Abraham Katherine and Mark Dawson Teresa de Groh Virginia and Jim Dean

Cassie Dean Oona Doherty Jenny and Samuel Dowd Ali Dunford Stephen Dynia Diana and Mike Eden Cia Edenhag Jacqueline and Christian Erdman Missy Falcey Annie and Jon Fenn Cissie and Dillon Ferguson Lisa and Chuck Fleischman Lisa Flood and Thomas Dewell Petria and Scott Fossel Becky and Tom Frisbie Megan and Wes Gardner Cindee George Carrie and Mike Geraci MT and Michael Geraci Guido Germerodt Pam and Scott Gibson Peggy Gilday and Maho Hakoshima Louise and Ralph Haberfeld Heather Hansen Lachlan Hardie Sam Harriman Christine Hibberd-Meytras Berte Hirschfield Cynthia Hogan Bland Hoke Liza and Bland Hoke Padgett Hoke and Sam Zuckerman Shelley and John Holland Journey Holland Missy and David Hoster Dawn and John Hummel Robin and Hal Hutchinson Marina Illum Maia Jaidi Chloe and Des Jennings Maria and Worthy Johnson


Donors Continued Lene Jordan Elizabeth and Chansoo Joung Jim Keenan Jess and Andy Keller Liz and Andy King Susan and Fred Kingwill Chris Knobe Laura and Ted Ladd Jane and Ed Lavino Heidi and Phil Leeds Jean and Jason Lewis James R Little Jodi and Jack Livingood Patty and John Lummis Margie Lynch Helen and Sean Macauley Thomas Manning Heide McBride Lyndsay Rowan McCandless Susan McGuire and Bob Warburton Alex McNicol Liza Millet and Mike Dowda Acacia and Jeremy Minor Bronwyn Minton and Mike Casey Krista and Jed Mixter Kea and Tom Molnar Maggie Moore Jillian and Clay Moorhead Ruth Moran and Jim Rooks Suzanne Morlock Bridget Mullen and Dr. Michael Stern Alexander Muromcew Annie and Rod Newcomb Dawn Newton Pam Niner April and Alex Norton Frances and Douglas Ober Caryn Ojemann Anna Olson Dana Olson and John Wright Opatrny Family Foundation Brandie and Mel Orchard

Inspiration, everywhere.

Danielle and Andy Parazette Caroline and Tom Patricelli Erika Pearsall and Ned Jannotta Daryl and Fred Peightal Zack Pennington Leigh Perkins Leslie Petersen and Hank Phibbs Carol and Steven Poole Alex and Sam Pope Annie and George Putnam Don Rambadt Nancy Nickel Resor Darcy and Jeff Rice Carolyn and Andy Ripps Belinda and Ferrill Roll Wendy Rominger Jim Roscoe Karen Saner Jonathan Schechter Maggie and Brian Schilling Jeannette Schmid Michael Sellett Daniel Sharp Kristin Shean Malissa Shriver Barbara and John Simms Sammie and Scott Smith Bradley Smith Trish and Michael Spain Karen and Dick Stewart Liz Storer and Luther Propst Dorothy and Jack Stout Kay Stratman and Paul Hansen Anna and Steve Sullivan Clare Payne and Mike Symmons Tenley Thompson Meaghan and Johnny Tozzi Barbara and Stan Trachtenberg Kathryn Turner Amy and Steve Unfried Juliet Unfried Colleen and Ethan Valenstein Allison von Maur and Mark Newcomb

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Diana and Tim Waycott Robin and William D. Weiss Ali and Hal Wheeler Connie Wieneke and Rich Greenwood Chris and Erich Wilbrecht Pat Wilson Chris and Kurt Wimberg Debra Wuersch and Robert Ablondi Anika Youcha Foundations & Grant Makers AARP w/ Teton County Pathways Community Foundation of JH Community Foundation of JH Youth Philanthropy First Interstate Bank First Western Trust National Endowment for the Arts Panoram Foundation Inc. Putnam Foundation Teton County Recreation District Teton County Wyoming The Perkins Charitable Foundation Town of Jackson U.S. Bank Foundation Wyoming Arts Council Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund Wyoming Business Council Tecumseh Foundation Business Sponsors Altamira Fine Art Ankeny Architecture Anvil Hotel Bar Enoteca Beyond Efficiency Blake Ciulla Video Production Café Geneveive Catering Center for the Arts CLB Architects Willow Creek Woodwork Dowd House Studios Fine Dining Restaurant Group

Gaslight Properties Guild Mortgage Hammocraft Hand Fire Pizza Hotel JH Hughes Production Il Villaggio Osteria Jackson Hole Book Trader & Wilson Book Gallery Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Jackson Hole Still Works Des Jennings + Brett McPeak Real Estate Group Jorgensen Engineering KWC Inc Levy Coleman Brodie Pinky G’s Lucky’s Market Mae Orchard Blooms Mangy Moose Market and Cellars Pearl Street Market Persephone Pizzeria Caldera Roadhouse Brewing Smith’s Food and Drug Snake River Brewing Sweet Cheeks Meats Tayloe Piggott Gallery Terra Teton Motors Teton Village Association The Blue Lion The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel and Suites The Liquor Store of Jackson Hole Two Ocean Builders US Bank Wells Fargo Wild West Designs Trio WRJ Design


Photos:Â Aaron Kraft

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