Wyoming PBS joins The Center as its newest resident

JACKSON, Wyo. – Wyoming PBS is coming to Center for the Arts.

Wyoming Humanities/ThinkWY and Wyoming PBS will share the current Wyoming Humanities/ThinkWY space next to the Green Room and below the music wing.

“We are thrilled to welcome Wyoming PBS to our campus, bringing our resident list to 22 independent organizations,” noted David J. Rothman, The Center’s President and CEO. “Their presence in Jackson perfectly aligns with our mission to serve as a hub for the arts not only in our local community but throughout the entire state and region.”

Wyoming Humanities and Wyoming PBS have worked closely together throughout the years, collaborating on projects like Glaciers of the Winds, Home from School: The Children of Carlisle, and State of Equality. Sharing a local office is a natural fit, Rothman added.

Terry Dugas, WPBS General Manager and Joanna Kail, WPBS Foundation Executive Director will be on hand for a welcome reception Friday, January 24 at 5 p.m. in The Center Theater Lobby.

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