About The Center
To connect our creative community by providing a dedicated campus, supporting excellent programming, and nurturing a collaborative spirit.
It is The Center’s vision to make artistic experience central to Jackson Hole by embracing the values of stewardship, excellence, inclusion, creativity, and respect.
In 1991, Jackson-based arts organizations, artists and concerned community members collectively recognized that increasing rents in inadequate facilities threatened Jackson Hole’s local arts organizations.
With a $1000 grant from the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, a plan for a shared facility was born.
Over the course of five years, a needs assessment, existing facilities assessment, site selection study, feasibility study and an economic impact study all supported the need for an art center in Jackson. Construction of the facility was completed in 2007, and today Center for the Arts, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization and 78,000 square foot campus, serves all of Jackson Hole and the surrounding region by pursuing its dedicated mission within the walls of our creative campus.