The Studio Project

The Studio Project is a free, 10-week program designed to prepare High School students for fine art careers. Students will study masterworks at the National Museum of Wildlife Art and create original artwork using monotype, linocut, solar plate, and screen printing techniques at the Art Association. Course led by Brittany Hill the Art Association’s Painting, Drawing and Printmaking Studio Manager.

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Application Deadline: Friday, January 4

The Middle School Studio Project is a free, seven-week program designed for middle school students to┬ástudy masterworks at the National Museum of Wildlife Art and create original artwork using monotype, linocut, solar plate, and screen printing techniques at the Art Association.┬áCourse led by Brittany Hill the Art Association’s Painting, Drawing and Printmaking Studio Manager.

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Application Deadline: Friday, January 4

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 lsimmons@wildlifeart.org or 307-732-5435.