JACKSON, Wyo. — Jackson Hole Public Art is helping keep the season bright with its annual installation of GLOW Nights pieces.
GLOW Lights is as much a festival as it is an art installation. Each piece uses light as its medium and draws inspiration from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
In addition to Teton Village GLOW, new this year is Jackson GLOW featuring three major installations in town. Bland Hoke’s “Grand Antler,” sponsored by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, is already catching eyes on the Town Square. The 40-foot inflatable antler illuminates the square in bright blue light. Bear Root by Ben Roth, in partnership with the Jackson Hole Land Trust, sits on the “Save the Block” greenspace. Finally, Phantom Seasons by lighting designers Bradley Smith, Doug Vogel, and Noah Waldron will illuminate the Town Enclusore on the Center Lawn, sponsored by Center for the Arts
Teton Village GLOW features Hoke’s “Ice Glowbs,” Get Out/Get In by CLB Architects, Flora Moon by Maggie West, Heart Mountain provided by JHMR, and a restored “Generation Two Tram” now on display provided by JHMR and Teton Village Association.
GLOW Nights will shine for a month. Celebrate with two free family events: Saturday, January 11 from 4–6 p.m. in Teton Village, and Friday, January 17 on the Town Square from 5–7 p.m.
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