How has Jackson Hole inspired you? Instagram contest happening now

JACKSON, Wyo. — Jackson Hole is a unique place where dramatic landscapes fuel inspiration for many different creative outlets. It is an intersection where wild meets creative, and a community that embraces the arts. Wildly Creative wants to see how Jackson Hole has inspired you!

Wildly Creative is holding a contest on Instagram from Monday, October 7 to Sunday, October 20.

To enter, follow the steps below:

  1. Post a photo—it can be an original photograph or a photo of an original work of art—to your Instagram feed of an inspiring landscape in the Jackson Hole area, your workspace, or whatever else has sparked your creativity.
  2. In the photo caption, answer the question, “What does being Wildly Creative mean to you?”
  3. Tag two friends who you are inspired by and follow @wildlycreativejh.
  4. Use the hashtags #wildlycreativejhcontest & #wildlycreativejh so we see your submission.

There will be a $200 cash prize for the winner. Winners will be selected by the Wildly Creative Team and be announced on their Instagram feed the week of October 28.

Please note only one entry per person! By entering, Wildly Creative has permission to repost your image/artwork and story on our social media channels going forward.

Sponsored by:

Wildly Creative

We live at the intersection of Wild and Creative For generations artists, makers, creatives and explorers have found inspiration in the sweeping geographic and cultural panoramas of Jackson, Wyoming From visual and performing arts, to studio education,

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