33rd Annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival Announces September Schedule for Wyoming Event

QuickDraw artist Chris Navarro sculpts in the open air on Town Square during the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival.

For 11 days, this already artistically abundant area will embrace its role as a cultural capital.

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…

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