Upcoming Events

WhoDunnit?

14th Annual Anonymous Art Show & Sale

Feb 25 - Mar 04 | THU | 5:00PM - 6:00PM

Location

Virtual Bidding | Art Association & Center for the Arts Galleries

Join the Art Association of Jackson Hole for our annual Anonymous Art Show & Sale where you can buy works of art from emerging and young local artists, to gallery-represented and award-winning established professional artists.

Viewing Period:  February 18 - 25

Virtual Event:  February 25 from 5 - 6pm

Virtual Bidding:  February 25 6pm - March 4 6pm

This year's event, held virtually, will have an in-person and virtual viewing period in the Art Association and Center for the Arts Galleries from February 18 - 25. All bidding will be online, from February 25 - March 4.

The virtual event will take place February 25 from 5-6pm, and the bidding and buying will begin at 6pm. 18"x18" works of art will be sold via silent auction; 6"x6" and 12"x12" works of art will be sold on a first-come first-serve basis. Be sure to view the artwork before bidding and buying begins!

Who are some of this year’s participating artists?

Some of this year's featured artists include Fred Kingwill, Kathryn Turner, Katy Ann Fox, Anika Youcha, Pamela Gibson, Lee Riddell, Natalie Connell, and many more.

How does it work?

Artists have painted their creations on canvas and crafted their jewelry; however, they have not identified themselves on their work. View hundreds of pieces of unique artwork while you try to guess WhoDunnit?

Artwork will be available online in four bidding categories:  youth 6"x6" at $49, adult 6"x6" at $99, 12"x12" at $299, and 18"x18" available via silent auction. Each 18"x18" piece will start with a minimum bid of $400, with bidding increments of $200. The highest bidder wins the purchase of the painting.

New this year, as soon as your piece has been paid for, you can stop into the Art Association to pick up your winnings!

Don't live in Jackson but still would like to participate? We can ship Whodunnit artwork to you for an additional fee.

How does Whodunnit benefit art education?

Thanks to the many artists who donate their original artwork.  Because of them, Whodunnit? is a vital part of the Art Association's fundraising for art education.

Enjoy the evening knowing that all proceeds directly benefit the Art Association’s mission to provide art education for ages one to 100, as well as community Outreach programs partnering with more than 35 valley organizations.