21st Century Heroes workshops provide therapeutic and instructional activities for wounded veterans.
Our goal is to assist returning service men and women by providing training in a series of programs teaching creative arts and skills with the goal of restoring to them a quality of life with their communities and their families
We bring disabled and wounded veterans to Jackson Hole to participate in a 5-7 day art and craft skills workshops for the purposes of healing. We provide the transportation, room and board and excellent instruction, as well as some distinctive Jackson Hole experiences.
The Art Association of Jackson Hole is dedicated to encouraging a vital, creative community by creating opportunities for exposure to, education in, and enjoyment of a wide variety of art experiences.
The Art Association of Jackson Hole is the community leader for art education for children and adults. In our 10,000 square feet of studio space we offer low-cost instruction in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, photography, silversmithing and more. Through our Creating Hand-in-Hand outreach program we bring free art education and therapy to Jackson's underserved.
Boundless provides enrichment opportunities to underserved children in both arts and athletics by offering children in the Jackson Hole community unique learning opportunities with qualified lesson providers.
Lesson providers include: Music lessons with several private instructors, Dancer's Workshop, Jackson Hole Youth Soccer, Art Association, AXIS Gymnastics, Wyoming Karate Club, Inc., Off Square Theater, JH Ski and Snowboard Club, Horse Warriors.
To connect our creative community by providing a dedicated campus, supporting excellent programming, and nurturing a collaborative spirit.
Since opening our doors in 2007, The Center has become a cultural epicenter of Jackson Hole. We are dedicated to cultivating and supporting our incredible arts community everything from maintaining the bricks and mortar of the campus to providing excellent programming to our patrons. thanks to the inspiring programs offered by our 19 Resident Partners, other community organizations, and our own creative initiatives.
We aim to make creative education accessible to all families in our community.
The Wonder Institute empowers creative transformation for young people ages 15-25 years old. The Wonder Institute is part of an extensive network of community-based programs under the umbrella of the Center for Wonder, which was founded in 2007 by Gary and Veronica Silberberg. This innovative non-profit seeks to offer engaging and effective education programs and specialized projects for Teton County youth. The Wo
To enrich lives by offering excellence and diversity in dance experiences through education, performance and outreach for students and audiences of all ages.
School: ballet, modern, jazz and fitness education for youth and adults. Contemporary Dance Wyoming: professional modern dance company. Presenting Series: established and emerging guest artists from around the world in residence and performance.
To foster a thriving and vibrant Downtown Driggs.
We believe in the power of the arts to enrich our community and encourage healthy and sustainable growth. Over 175 artists, musicians and performers participate in our programs each year. Reaching audiences of over 7000 our free programs bring joy to people of all ages, while connecting and strengthening our community.
GAIN Inc. was founded in 2014 to "nurture and inspire Arts and Innovation wherever possible." Our small but steadily expanding team of visual artists, musicians, and educators are helping to bring arts-education into the future!
Thru in-school workshops, after-school programs (like our brand new Colter Clubs, and JH Rock Academy), and other community events and demonstrations, our staff and volunteers are actively engaging with students/teachers/pro-artists and the community in innovative and collaborative Art projects, performances and installations that push the limits of 21st Century S.T.E.A.M. education and project-based learning.
The Grand Teton Music Festival was founded in 1962 by Jackson Hole Fine Arts Festival to foster classical music experiences for performers and audiences and to improve and enrich the cultural awareness and opportunities for people in Wyoming and the adjacent area.
Grand Teton Music Festival presents nearly 100 concerts and musical events throughout the year, including a summer festival, winter festival, community concert series and Metropolitan Opera Broadcasts. Approximately 250 artists come together to perform for the summer and winter series from both the US and the world. The Festival also supplements music education programs throughout the community.
To provide an opportunity for all in the community to be involved with non-professional theatre production; to learn and hone their skills and help teach others; keep productions affordable so all can participate.
Two to three productions per year, one in the Center for the Arts Main Stage Theatre; open to anyone in the community wishing to learn more about theatre production; we participate in Old Bill's Fun Run and a non-profit at the Farmer's Market
The Jackson Hole Chorale, Teton County’s COMMUNITY CHOIR, provides musical education in classical and contemporary choral music for its members to perform live choral music of the highest caliber for the community.
The Jackson Hole Chorale was formed in 1983 with a mission to provide an opportunity for local singers to perform and further their choral skills. Throughout the years we have educated our community audience in a wide variety of music forms and literature, introducing them to composers with whom they might otherwise never become acquainted. No audition required - our rehearsals take place Monday evenings.
To provide an avenue for musical studies and lifetime enrichment for instrumentalists of all ages and expertise, promote traditional concert band repertoire, to supply musical accompaniment to special events.
We play annually for Old Bills, Lighting of the Town Square, Tuba Chirtmas, Fall Concert, Wyoming Special Olympics, Spring Concert, Elk Festival, Old West Days Parade, 4th of July Parade and Concert, Music in the Hole.
The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum tells the stories of Jackson Hole that connect people to the history of this valley and region. We steward and share artifacts and ideas that foster curiosity and continual learning, forge connections, and inform our 21st century dialogue.
The JHHSM manages a museum collection of over 40,000 historical objects, archives, and photographs. We offer year-round engaging museum exhibits, historic downtown walking tours, educational programming and events, student field trips, and research services.
Jackson Hole Public Art forges partnerships for the integration of art into any environment, to inspire lasting cultural, educational and economic benefits.
JHPA creates opportunities for local youth, emerging, and professional artists. We provide consulting services and managing the Public Art Task Force. We curate the ArtSpot, PARKing Day, a 5x5 (Pecka Chucha), and the Glow Festival. Bland Hoke runs the Building STEAM program through the Fabrication Lab at the JH High School, and we conduct outreach using the Mobile Design Studio.
To support and expand the literary community in Jackson, Wyoming by providing unique educational programming, professional training, and creative impetus to writers.
Produce annual writers conference (29 years, approximately 100 attendees); provide writing workshops in various genres for young adults and adults, organize local writers groups in various genres, provide writing outreach programs and education to the community outside the scope of the conference.
KHOL's mission is to educate and inform listeners through a diversity of locally curated music and current events programming that challenges people to explore new ideas.
Jackson Hole Community Radio produces innovative public radio programs, in-depth local news and cultural reporting, and events that touch a passionate community of more than 40,000 people monthly on-air, online and in-person. From its studios in the Center for the Arts in downtown Jackson, Wyoming, KHOL is shaping community radio for a new generation of listeners with locally produced programs including Yonder Lies,
The mission of the National Museum of Wildlife Art (NMWA) is to impart knowledge and inspire appreciation of humanity's relationship with wildlife and nature through art and education.
Interested in fantastic art, wildlife, and making a difference in your community?
If so, the National Museum of Wildlife Art is the place for you! A museum volunteer plays a vital role in many aspects of the Museum, assisting with guided gallery tours, information desk, staffing special events, and other “behind the scenes” projects in numerous Museum departments.
Our Mission is to produce and present theater of the highest professional standards that inspires, stimulates, and entertains our diverse audiences, to conduct training and educational programs that enhance the quality of life for those we serve.
Season Programing of professional theatre; student performances; education classes; conservatory group called "Off Square Players," professional intensive training such as stage combat, singing and acting classes.
pARTners ignites creative thinking and self-expression in students by integrating the ARTS into Teton County K-12 curriculum.
Served 2,900 students throughout Teton County
Implemented 42 integrated art projects throughout classrooms in Teton County.
Hosted 29 local artists and collaborated with 19 local community organization with the goal of promoting creativity and arts education in the schools.
Riot Act, Inc. delivers exceptional theater that explores meaningful issues, expands community perspectives, and empowers local actors, directors, and playwrights.
We produce 3-5 plays annually using mostly local talent. Our auditions are open to all and we encourage people to volunteer with our organization. We also offer workshops and other events throughout the year.
To share Russian culture with the people of Teton County
We have an ongoing book club, reading in English; we collaborate with other non-profits to bring free cultural events to the valley: free screenings of the Bolshoi "Nutcracker", free skating performances of "Peter and the Wolf", free talks from keynote speakers on various aspects of Russia, free art talks and exhibitions. We have about 5 public events a year.
We are dedicated to enriching lives by providing accessible music education and exceptional music experiences.
Teton Music School students participate in individual music lessons including piano, drums, guitar, ukulele, saxophone, and violin. We offer ensembles and summer camps too. TMS serves people of all ages, backgrounds, economic means, and levels of ability. Founded in 2019, we are located at the Center for the Arts, an inspiring space for teachers and students to learn, collaborate, and perform.
The Teton Valley Balloon Rally, Inc. is committed to keeping the magic of hot air ballooning alive in the years to come. The traditional Balloon Rally event features several mornings of group hot air balloon launches from the Teton County Fairgrounds in Driggs, ID over the July 4 weekend. The TVBR organization provides ongoing program opportunities for elementary schools and a scholarship to a Balloon Federation of America Junior Balloonist Summer Camp for a deserving high school student.
TVBR works year-round to respect and grow the grand local tradition of hot air ballooning. Elementary school programs focused on the science of the first form of aviation paired with the beauty of hot air balloons inspire awe and wonder. Ongoing promotion of unique and creative opportunities to experience ballooning promotes multi-generational interest by way of immersion and hands-on experience.
Whit Press creates books that weave a rich tapestry of literary diversity that put words into action for the public benefit.
Whit Press creates unique models for collaborative publishing that engage and inspire while accomplishing real and lasting results. Every book we publish MUST be of direct benefit to the community and other worthy nonprofit organizations