GLOW Nights is a month-long \u201cmust see\u201d exhibit of original art installations that use colored and\u00a0white light as a medium to celebrate the unique phenomena found in the Greater Yellowstone\u00a0Ecosystem (GYE). Produced by Jackson Hole Public Art, GLOW Nights artists draw inspiration from\u00a0the megafauna, calderas, hot springs, and dramatic vistas that inspire.\r\n\r\n\u201cPublic Art brings excitement to our public gathering spaces and creates art that is free and\u00a0accessible for all people. Public art installations benefit local businesses by increasing foot traffic day\u00a0and night, driving regional visitors, and beautifying public spaces,\u201d commented Anna Olson, JH\u00a0Chamber of Commerce CEO\/President. \u201cGLOW is the perfect antidote to the dark of winter, dynamic\u00a0art, warm lights and local artists adding to our beautiful sense of place in Town and Teton Village\u201d\u00a0Olson added.\r\n\r\nGLOW Nights will open on December 23rd and will be celebrated with a free family event held on Friday, January 17th from 5-7pm. \u00a0The event will start at the Center for the Arts with a light installation on the Center lawn and music by the Jackson Hole Chorale, then will move to the Town Square, and end at the Save the Block greenspace. \u00a0A "species" lantern parade will lead participants from the Center to the installations, where hot beverages, snacks, and music will be provided at each location.