Curated Conservation: A Panel Conversation with Re-Imagining Conservation Exhibiting Artists and Wyoming Conservation Professionals

Jackson Hole | Salt to Stone

Join the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Creature Conserve, and Wyoming Outdoor Council for a FREE in-person conversation with several exhibiting artists from Re-Imagining Conservation: From Many Viewpoints. This conversation is a space of open dialogue between artists and conservation professionals in the Grand Teton area and beyond to share about the creatures, issues, and research currently inspiring their artwork. The conversation (and the exhibition that has inspired it) is rooted in a belief that successful and sustainable conservation necessitates the presence of many voices and many viewpoints.

Doors open at 5 p.m. for exhibit viewing and mingling. The panel discussion begins at 6 p.m.

Moderators include Dr. Lucy Spelman and Julia Spencer. Panelists include DG House, Nayana Rathmalgoda, Brenna Kaelyn Litynski, Big Wind Carpenter, and Meghan Riley.

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Start Date

October 6, 2023 - 12:00 AM

End Date

October 6, 2023 - 12:00 AM

Contact

2820 Rungius Road

Jackson Hole, WY, 83001

(307) 733-5771

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