Farm to Fork Festival: An evening with Sean ShermanOctober 1 | 5:00 PM
An Evening with Sean Sherman
Join us for our Farm to Fork Festival keynote presentation on revitalizing Native American Cuisine, re-identifying North American Cuisine, and reclaiming an important long buried culinary culture.
Reception hour 5-6pm with local bites and beverages. *Tickets will include food and one drink.
Presentation followed by book signing, The Sioux Chef's Indigenious Kitchen and Meet & Greet with Sean Sherman.
Jackson Hole Public Art: 2022 MoonShot 5x5 with special guest Jason McLennanOctober 3 | 7:00 PM
2022 is JH Public Art’s 10-year anniversary and it will be celebrated with a special MoonShot 5x5 event, sponsored by First Republic Bank and co-presented with JH Climate Action Collective and Energy Conservation Works, on Monday, October 3 with a juried Buzz Aldrin Award for the top presenter and a $3,000 prize.
MoonShot concepts are catalysts to change the way people see the world and how we interact with one another. JH Public Art is seeking ideas that spark inclusive community interaction, reimagine how we connect to each other in public spaces, and should capture the relationship between creativity and play.
Firsts, Exploration, and Choosing Your Journey: A Conversation with Tori Murden McClureOctober 4th | 7:00 PM
Tori Murden McClure is the former Board Chair of the National Outdoor Leadership School in Lander, Wyoming, and the former Vice Chair and Interim Chair of the NCAA Board of Governors, the top governing body in collegiate athletics. Her memoir, “A Pearl in the Storm: How I Found My Heart in the Middle of the Ocean,” published in 2009, became the basis of the stage musical, “Row.” The musical premiered in the summer of 2021 at the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts.
Tori holds a bachelor’s degree from Smith College, a Master of Divinity from Harvard University, a law degree from the University of Louisville and a Master of Fine Arts from Spalding.
Womentum is proud to set the stage for an amazing conversation with this powerhouse woman. Secure your seat today!
Quality Ski Time Film TourOctober 7th | 7:00 PM
Jackson! it’s time to get stoked for ski season. Yep, the Quality Ski Time Film Tour is back for year two, and we’re bringing you an all-new lineup of the greatest ski films of the year. We’ve got a little something for every skier: from a not-yet-released episode of The Fifty Project from Cody Townsend to the action-packed, powder-fueled Blank Collective movie, “Feel Real,” with a few more healthy doses of storytelling, inspiration, and shredding mixed in between.More Info
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Exhibits and Installations
A sculpture by local artist Barbara Gentry is on display on The Center outdoor sculpture pad. The piece is called Time and is made with mild steel and river rock. The sculpture was invited to be placed at The Center in the Fall of 2021 as part of the Creative in Residence project led by Agnes Bourne. Barbara has been an artist since 1992, starting her career apprenticing in an Atlanta metal shop followed by a two-year technical school. She moved to Jackson in 2002.Explore
Ben Roth was invited to create a piece for The Center’s inner courtyard as part of the Creative in Residence series curated by Agnes Bourne. The form of Earthrise is created with cross-cut sections of dead tree trunks from a local ranch.Explore
The Center is proud to have an Art-o-mat in the Glenwood Lobby, come check it out!
Art-o-mat® machines are retired cigarette vending machines that have been converted to vend art. There are over 100 active machines in various locations throughout the country. The experience of pulling the knob alone is quite a thrill, but you also walk away with an original work of art. What an easy way to become an art collector.