Park hosts American Indian guest artist program at Colter Bay

JACKSON HOLE, WYO — Grand Teton National Park is welcoming 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 30 and available during open hours of the Colter Bay Visitor Center.

Artists also offer their finished items for purchase.

Art Form
May 10 – 27
Debbie and Willy Lamere
Beadwork, Flint Knapping
May 28 – June 3
Jola LeBeau
Eastern Shoshone
Beadwork and other crafts
June 4 – 10
Lyle Miller
Yankton Sioux
June 11 – 17
Dallin Maybee
Northern Arapaho/ Seneca
Beadwork, painting, jewelry
June 18 – 24
Amanda Coby
June 25 – July 1
Debbie Rattling Leaf
Northern Arapaho
Contemporary Tribal Designs
July 2 – 8
Ted Moran
Northwest Coastal Carving
July 9 – 15
Andrea Two Bulls
Oglala Sioux
Beadwork, Painting
July 16 – 22
Monte Yellowbird
Arikara/ Hidatsa
Ledger Art
July 23 – 29
Kelly Looking Horse
Lakota Sioux
Drums, Antler & Hide items
July 30 – August 5
Debbie and Willy LaMere
Beadwork, Flint Knapping
August 6 – 12
Paul Hacker
Ledger Art, Knives, Flutes
August 13 – 19
Juan & Josie Broncho
August 20 – 26
DG House
Painting & Print Making
August 27 – September 2
Iris Sully
Sicangu Lakota
Carved dolls, beadwork
September 3 – 9
Nancy Nacki & Clyde Hall
Beadwork, silver, pottery
September 10 – 16
Paul Hacker
Ledger Art, Knives, Flutes
September 17 – 23
DG House
Painting & Print Making
Sept 24 – 30
Debbie and Willy Lamere
Beadwork, Flint Knapping

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