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Partial scholarships may be available for classes and workshops. Please call Molly Lavelle at 307.733.6379 for more information and to pick up an application or download a PDF version below: Scholarship Application PDF
The establishment of this fund is a heartfelt and meaningful way for the Art Association, friends and family to recognize and perpetuate Avery Mathieu’s creative, artistic legacy. Scholarships for up to 50% of class cost will be awarded beginning in January 2009 based on scholarship funds available, class space available and/or financial need. Please call Molly Lavelle at 307.733.6379 or email her at for more information.
Download a PDF version of the application
Please contact the Art Association if you would like to make a donation to help establish and perpetuate the Avery Mathieu Youth Scholarship Fund.
CEUs, College & Graduate Credit
For additional information contact Molly Lavelle at or by calling 307.733.6379
Contact Molly at 307-733-6379 . 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 at least one week prior to class start date, no credits or refunds less than a week prior to class start date. Classes are cancelled if a 4 student minimum is not met. A full refund is given when class is cancelled. Please know your student’s pick-up time. Additional fee may apply for late pick-up.
It is the responsibility of the students to know their own sensitivities to the materials that may be used in any of the classes. All adult classes require students to bring their own supplies. Students can obtain a supply list at the time of registration or through our website. Some supply fees may apply.
Photo Policy
Photo images taken during classes, workshops and functions may be used by the Art Association in promotional materials.
Creating Hand-in-Hand is the Art Association’s series of outreach programs dedicated to providing art instruction (at little or no cost) for students and clients, as well as art training for staff, of many Jackson Hole community organizations and schools. Each of these organizations serves special populations in our community and bridges gaps in school and public arts education.
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The Art Association of Jackson Hole’s Education Programs are sponsored in Part by:
Anonymous, Avery Mathieu Youth Scholarship Fund, Joe Branca, Bobbi Miller, Lisa & David Carlin, Center of Wonder, Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, Cultural Council of Jackson Hole, Diehl Gallery, Dragicevich Foundation, Eliot Goss, Charles Engelhard Foundation, First Interstate Bank, Huntley Baldwin Art Association Fund, Liza & Bland Hoke Family, The Master’s Studio, Elizabeth McCabe, Newton Foundation Fund, Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities, Smith’s Earn and Learn, Teton Mud Pots, Barbara Trentham, Lexington of Jackson Hole, Wells Fargo, Wyoming Arts Council through funding from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Wyoming State Legislature, Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund and many other generous friends.

The Art Association of Jackson Hole is an authorized permittee of the National Park Service
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