For 11 days, this already artistically abundant area will embrace its role as a cultural capital.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming (PRWEB)
July 13, 2017
Already a renowned destination for its Old West feel, welcoming vibe and jaw-dropping Tetons backdrop, the culturally rich mountain resort town of Jackson, Wyoming, will host the 33rd annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival Sept. 6-17, 2017.
For 11 days, this already artistically abundant area will embrace its role as a cultural capital, offering the more than 30,000 expected visitors an opportunity to interact with a select and diverse group of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists and artisans, who will present a staggering variety of world-class works in a packed schedule of family-friendly activities.
The festivities begin with the Museum Jewelry & Artisan Luncheon (tickets required) on Wednesday, Sept. 6, showcasing finely crafted jewelry and wearable art, a portion of the proceeds from which will benefit educational and outreach programs at the esteemed National Museum of Wildlife Art (NMWA).
From there, Jackson – home not only to the NMWA, but also more than 50 art galleries, the vibrant Center for the Arts and numerous arts organizations – will thrum with live music, exquisitely crafted cuisine paired with local wines, and a spirited focus on art and design.
Meanwhile, the Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale (WDC), celebrating its 25th silver anniversary, kicks off on Thursday evening, Sept. 7, with its must-see opening preview party. The event continues at the Snow King Events Center for three days of one-of-a-kind creations in furniture, fashion, jewelry, home and lifestyle…