Creating Hand-In-Hand

Our goal for outreach is to make art accessible to our local community, including those who have been identified as underserved. The Art Association’s outreach and education program, Creating Hand-in-Hand, has been providing opportunities for art enthusiasts ages one to 101 for more than 20 years. We recognize the benefits of incorporating art into everyday life.

Art encourages self-exploration, creative problem solving, and has many therapeutic benefits. Through collaborations with other organizations in the community, we are able to bring art to populations that may not have access otherwise. We want to share our love of art with anyone and everyone who is interested.

Current Partners (36)

21st Century Heroes
Alta School
Bright Beginnings Preschool
C-V Ranch
Central Wyoming College – ESL classes
City Kids Wilderness Project
CLIMB Wyoming
Community Entry Services
Community Safety Network
Dancers’ Workshop
Discovery Preschool
Fireflies, Lightning Bugs and Crickets Preschool Programs
GAP Girls
Girl Scouts of America
Jackson Hole Community School
Jackson Hole High School
Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum
Jackson Hole Middle School
Jackson Hole Therapeutic Riding Association
Kelly School
Legacy Lodge
Living Center at St. John’s Hospital
Makers Fair at Teton Science School
Mountain House
Munger Elementary
One22
Pinedale Schools
Red Top Meadows
Senior Center of Jackson Hole
Teton Adaptive Sports
Teton Behavioral Therapy
Teton County Library Afterschool Programming
Teton Literacy Center – Adult and Children’s Programs
The Studio Project with The National Museum of Wildlife Art
Van Vleck House
Veteran’s Art

For more information on art outreach programs, please contact Outreach Coordinator Billi Harrington, 307-733-6379.

Outreach Sponsors

Creating Hand-in-Hand Outreach Program is generally supported by Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, U.S. Bank Foundation, Wyoming Arts Council, Lisa Carlin, Betty Cobb, Suzy Kellems Dominick, Margaret Harris, Dawn & John Hummel, Bill & Gloria Newton, and Christy Walton.

Community Foundation of Jackson Hole