Thursday, April 21, 2011

Call for entries: ArtSpot in Jackson

Located on Hwy 89 in Jackson, the ArtSpot is seen by an average of 30,000 people per day. The ArtSpot v2.0 is the only venue in Wyoming dedicated to the public display of temporary art projects. The ArtSpot is a kinetic sign structure created from a repurposed chairlift tower donated by the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Designs reflective of Jackson’s natural environment are torch-cut into the steel. The ArtSpot program appeals to the average viewer who might not be personally invested in arts and culture, yet can be impacted by artwork that inspires a sense of community by depicting shared themes, values and experiences.

Here is the link to this call for entries:

ArtSpot It is open to artists and/or artist groups living in Wyoming, Idaho, Utah and Montana. New applications are due June 1, 2011 for the fall and winter time slots.

FMI: Sam Dowd, Ceramics, YARD Art & ArtSpot, Art Association of Jackson Hole, 307-733-6379

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