An American AdventureJuly 3 | 6:00 PM
GTMF kicks off the 2022 summer season with a free evening of music outdoors. Follow the GTMF Orchestra over the rainbow, back in time and all across the country as we explore the sounds and stories of American music. Fun for all ages—be ready to sing, dance, and clap along!
Instrument petting zoo starts at 5 PMMore Info
Patriotic PopsJuly 4 | 7:00 PM
A beloved GTMF tradition, Patriotic Pops pairs fireworks and pops music for an Independence Day to remember! Vocalist Capathia Jenkins returns to perform at this family-friendly event. The program features Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man, the Armed Forces Medley, America the Beautiful, The Stars and Stripes Forever and much more!More Info
Thin Air Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's DreamJuly 8-10 & 14-17 | 7:30 PM
Thin Air Shakespeare returns to the Center Amphitheater for its 10th Anniversary with a production of the beloved comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Edgar Landa and featuring original music by Melissa Elliott.
Come alongside us to the dreamy world of fairies, mortals, lords, and kings. When everything is not quite what it seems and your judgment is clouded by more than love, it can be hard to know which way is up ... But with a merry song and dance, it's easy to enjoy yourself.
Featuring live music, Thin Air Shakespeare is free and family friendly! Come early with a blanket and a picnic to claim your spot on the lawn. ASL interpretation July 16.
Teton MudpotsJuly 13 & 14 | 10:00 AM-6:00 PM
This sidewalk sale will offer pottery, prints, paintings, jewelry and more from artists who create in Art Association studios. Many different clay forms will be available including cups, mugs, bowls of various dimensions, plates, platters, pitchers, jars, fermenting crock pots, and sculptures. The ever-popular bargain pottery racks with prices starting as low as $3 will be in abundance and filled with many small cups, bowls and unique forms. Visual artists will have small works for sale including original oil and acrylic on canvas; watercolor, photographs, and monotypes on paper.More Info
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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.