The Center Announces 2015 Theater Gallery Exhibit

2015 Theater Gallery Exhibition Schedule

Jan 5, 2015 by Anne Bradley

Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the 2015 schedule of exhibitions for The Center Theater Gallery located at 265 South Cache Street. The first exhibition of the year is a series of black and white photographs by local artist Ed Lavino entitled Prevailing Westerlies. Lavino’s exhibit will hang from January 16 until February 6, and The Center will hold an opening night reception on Friday, January 16 from 5:30 - 7PM.

In September 2014, The Center held a regional call to artists for the upcoming year. A jury of art advocates including Lyndsay McCandless, Katy Niner, and Eric Wimmer selected seven artists from the thirty-three applicants.

The selected artists and their exhibit opening dates are as follows:

January 16, 2015 – Ed Lavino
March 13, 2015– June Glasson
April 10, 2015 – Bailey Russel
May 8, 2015 – Jennifer Ghormley
June 5, 2015 – Pamela Gibson
July 2, 2015 – Jenny Dowd
December 18, 2015 – Alissa Davies

“The Center is delighted to feature local and regional artists in The Theater Gallery again this year. Our jury was impressed by the response from the regional art community and the caliber of artwork that was submitted during the call,” said Martha Bancroft, director of The Center.

In addition to the exhibits curated by The Center’s jury of art enthusiasts, a number of The Center Resident Partners including The Art Association of Jackson Hole, Center of Wonder, Central Wyoming College – Jackson, Dancers’ Workshop, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, and University of Wyoming – Outreach School will also hold exhibits in The Theater Gallery over the course of the year.


Center for the Arts is a hub for the artistic, cultural and creative activity in Jackson Hole. The Center is home to the community’s 500-seat theater and 19 Resident nonprofit organizations on a centralized campus, encouraging collaboration and inspiration. The Center’s Resident partners employ more than 150 full-time and part-time employees, supported by some 800 volunteers. Through more than 725 classes, seminars, performances, and other community activities, over 125,000 people participate in programming at The Center each year. The synergy of Resident organizations, the theater and hundreds of visitors bustling through The Center each day breeds a high-energy powerhouse for the creative community and the visitors who come to Jackson Hole.