Celebrating the first sculpture installation for the Museum’s new Sculpture Trail with a pathways ribbon-cutting, music, kite-making, food and drink and the launch of the Festival’s mikoshi dedicated to air and wind with an evening bike parade back to town. Ride your bike for maximum enjoyment and join in the bike parade.
The museum’s popular Mix’d Media event moves outside for the summer as it celebrates the sculpture trail’s first installation, Sandy Scott’s “Presidential Eagle” – with the artist in attendance. The museum joins Jackson Hole Public Art for a ribbon cutting of Don Rambadt’s sculptures Aspen Gateway and Sky Play, the Jackson Hole Fire Festival, Jackson Hole Community Pathways, and Friends of Pathways to experience the beauty of a Jackson Hole summer evening complete with music by Screen Door Porch, a lively hands-on art activity, good food, drinks, and art with friends. Admission is free and the first 50 pathway users will receive a free burger or hot dog!
Mix’d Media: Inside Out
Thursday, June 14, 7-10PM
FREE (at the National Museum of Wildlife Art)
Presented by National Museum of Wildlife Art