Creative in Residence


In 2017, The Center announced the creation of an exciting initiative, Creative in Residence. This residency opportunity provides support and space for guests to work at The Center along with the artistic community that will highlight an interdisciplinary process and result in an impactful and inspiring end product. Selection for the Creative in Residence opportunity is by invitation from The Center's Creative in Residence committee consisting of Center Board members, community members and Center staff.


The 2019 Creative in Residence produced by Jeff Stein was entitled "All That's Left Behind." Three world class artists are coming together to create large-scale immersive art installations on The Center Campus. The Opening Celebration was held on Saturday, June 8th with art openings featuring Shrine, Aaron Taylor Kuffner, and Mia Dungeon followed by a ticketed performance by Rising Appalachia.

The Center awarded the 2018 Creative in Residence to Jackson Hole Public Art who conceived of and produced the Pavilion Project designed by Carney Logan Burke Architects and built by multiple local builders.


The Center's 2017 Creatives in Residence, Matthew Day Jackson, Camille Obering and Andy Kincaid, present Observatories an exhibition of sculpture, video and performance art activating The Center and greater Jackson Hole throughout summer 2017.

For more about The Center's Creative in Residence program contact:

Oona Doherty, Creative Initiatives Coordinator