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Bronwyn Minton is a multi-disciplinary artist and independent curator. She holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She joined the Art Association after being at the National Museum of Wildlife Art for more than 13 years. Her artwork has been shown nationally and internationally, and is in public collections including the Wyoming State Museum and the Nicolaysen Art Museum, St. John’s Hospital Foundation, and Teton Media Works, as well as private collections. Over the past fifteen years Minton has curated many art exhibits that brought together a wide range of the Jackson Hole community. She has been awarded two Wyoming Arts Council Visual Arts Fellowships, and the Cultural Council of Jackson Hole’s Creative Pulse Award.
Director of Development
Amy Goicoechea has worked with arts & culture nonprofits in Jackson Hole for nearly twenty years. An active member of the Jackson Hole community, Amy enjoys recreating outdoors with friends and family, and participating in all of the exciting opportunities for personal growth and entertainment Jackson offers.
Director of Communications
Raised in Minnesota, Anika Youcha has spent the past twenty years in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Both a professional painter and ceramicist, she has a deep love for the environment, solitude, mountains, large cities, color, and people. Educated at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Anika has a deep love for community and art education.
Director of Studios
Sam Dowd was born in Omaha, NE. Sam was introduced to art at an early age and by the seventh grade was enamored by the responsive qualities of clay and has pursued that medium to present day. He earned a BFA from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and an MFA in ceramics from Kansas State University. Sam moved to Jackson in 2007 to manage the ceramics department. Sam has also curated several ceramics shows, bringing together a variety of local, regional and national artists. He has exhibited regionally and nationally. Sam co-owns a pottery business with his wife, Jenny, named Dowd House Studios. Its wares are sold locally and in regional art fairs. While not pursuing art, Sam enjoys whitewater kayaking in summer, cross country skiing in the winter, and watching "B" movies year-round with his wife and their cat Merlin. https://www.dowdhousestudios.com/
Gallery & Retail Coordinator
Born and raised in a Pennsylvania Dutch family in the small town of Ephrata, Jennifer began drawing as soon as she could hold a pencil. Her love of the outdoors was only exceeded by my fascination with art. After a year in college as an English major, her desire to create art took over. In 1992, she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking and Painting from the University of Delaware, where she studied under Stephen Tanis, Robert Straight, and Rosemary Lane. A few years later, she moved to Jackson Hole to explore her budding interest in landscape painting. By serendipity, she found employment as a studio assistant for the great landscape artist, Scott Christensen. She learned volumes about painting outdoors and about the business of art in his studio. In the years since, she has been fortunate to be mentored and befriended by many generous artists, including Ned Jacob, Greg McHuron, Hollis Williford, Kathy Wipfler, and Skip Whitcomb, among others. Learn more about Jennifer's work at www.jlhoffmanfineart.com
Associate Outreach Coordinator
Billi Harrington serves as our Outreach Coordinator. The Art Association now serves 36 organizations in our community outreach partnerships. Billi has an active schedule that includes sessions run in collaboration with Teton Behavior Therapy, Community Entry Services, and St. John’s Living Center. Billi, a Wyoming native, focused on art therapy in college and is thrilled to be able to bring healing and artistic enrichment to the wider Jackson community.
Associate Photography Coordinator
Jon Stuart's photographs examine the modern West. He began teaching as an assistant to Ansel Adams' Yosemite Workshops. Since the 1970s he has led workshops for Teton Science Schools, Snake River Institute, Central Wyoming College and the Art Association. His work has been exhibited at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the University of Wyoming Art Museum, Nicolaysen Museum, Wyoming State Museum, and the Wyoming Arts Council Gallery.