Town Enclosure Pavilion lives on

JACKSON, Wyo. – Earlier this month, JH Public Art announced the removal of the Town Enclosure Pavilion, which has called the Center for the Arts park home since 2018.

Now comes news the art display has found a new temporary home in Bozeman, Montana. The exact location is yet to be determined but thanks to many community individuals and businesses that worked together to devise this new plan, the Town Enclosure will now grace a new community with its many benefits.

JH Public Arts director Carrie Geraci said a special thanks is in order for CLB Architects, John Mickus of Camp Creek, Gallatin Art Crossing, Westwood Curtis Construction, The Center for the Arts, and OSM Construction.

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