The Studio Project
The Studio Project is a 12-week program designed to prepare high school students for fine art careers. Students will study masterworks at the National Museum of Wildlife Art then make their own bronze sculptures using bronze casting techniques. Program instructors are local artists and teachers Sam and Jenny Dowd. This program is a collaboration between the Art Association of Jackson Hole and the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Questions? Please contact Lisa Simmons at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-732-5435
Application Deadline (Extended): Friday, January 26
The Middle School Studio Project is a six-week program designed for middle schoolers to case tiny animals in silver. Students will study the TINY : Charismatic Minifauna from the Permanent Collection at the National Museum of Wildlife Art for inspiration and then make their own sculptures using lost wax casting techniques. Program instructor is Jennifer McNaughton. This program is a collaboration between the Art Association of Jackson Hole and the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
Application Deadline: Friday, February 9