Summer People's Market Presented by Slow Food in the TetonsWednesdays, June 1 - September 21 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
The People’s Market is a seasonal farmer’s market featuring local and regional producers; an incubator for local food and craft businesses; and a gathering space for the community to celebrate good, clean and fair food.More Info
Affordable Housing Block Party Presented by Teton County Democratic PartyJune 5 | 5:00 PM-7:00 PM
Housing ties us together. Meet your neighbors and learn how to join or support local affordable housing programs.
Enjoy drinks from Farmstead Cider and Roadhouse Brewing, and music outside at the Center while visiting information tables from the local housing entities.
Teton Dems have partnered with Voices JH to make this a bi-lingual event with Spanish translators.
Local officeholders will also offer remarks on the deep housing challenges we face, the progress made, and how we can advocate for new solutions.
Elizabeth Morisette - ArtifactMay 2 - June 10
Visiting artist Elizabeth Morisette will transform the Center Theater Gallery with her colorful tapestries made entirely from upcycled materials. Meet the artist at the EcoFair, hosted by Energy Conservation Works, happening May 14th in the Center Park. At the EcoFair, Elizabeth will do an afternoon artist talk in the gallery and lead a hands-on activity with recycled books.More Info
Jackson Hole Youth Orchestra Spring Concert and Gala FundraiserJune 7 | 7:00 PM
Join MusicLand’s JH Youth Orchestra in their annual gala fundraiser with guest artists, sponsored in part by Melissa & Gary Harvey,
Andrew Finn Magill and Alan Murray.
Vincent Gutwein -- Music Director/Conductor
Michelle Quinn -- Executive Director
Volunteer with Visiting Artist Patrick DoughertyAugust 2022
Be a part of the creation of a custom sculpture at The Center for The Arts!
Volunteers needed in August to assist with creating a new sculpture on the Center Campus
Patrick Dougherty, an internationally-renowned sculptor, is coming to the Center for the Arts as a visiting artist August 8-26. During his residency, Patrick will construct a unique, site-specific sculpture in the Center Park with the help of many local volunteers.
The Center Benefit Featuring Sierra FerrellJuly 13 2022 The Center Park Doors | 6:00 PM
We’re thrilled to have Sierra Ferrell joining us on stage in The Center Park this year. Your ticket purchases and donations to this event directly support The Center’s ability to provide an affordable home for 22 Resident arts and cultural organizations. Without this fundraising effort, The Center cannot serve our artistic community.
Grab your picnic blanket and friends and join us at the Annual Benefit Concert!
It is The Center’s only fundraiser of the year and an opportunity to come together as a community to support The Center’s mission.2022 Benefit Concert
The Center Residents
The Center is home to 22 independent non-profit organizations who are essential to the cultural vibrancy of our campus.Meet the Residents
We are a hub for the artistic, cultural, and creative activity in Jackson Hole.
Our mission: to connect our creative community by providing a dedicated campus, supporting excellent programming, and nurturing a collaborative spirit.Learn About the Center
Exhibits and Installations
A new 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. Earthrise can be contemplated from the deck above the courtyard or experienced individually within the Center until the summer of 2022.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.