Grand Teton NP will host Native American artists all summer

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Grand Teton National Park is hosting American Indian artists at the Colter Bay Visitor Center this summer to share their traditional and contemporary art with park visitors. Participating artists will demonstrate and share the cultural traditions of their tribes through art forms such as painting, weaving, pottery, beadwork, and musical instruments.

Visitors are invited to learn more about American Indian cultures and view demonstrations daily. This annual program is scheduled through September 24 and available during open hours of the Colter Bay Visitor Center.

Artists will also offer their finished items for purchase.

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