National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole News and Guide

Art on the Road: NMWA's Un/Natural Selections on national tour

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Jackson Hole News and Guide

The National Museum of Wildlife Art’s 50-piece exhibit “Un/Natural Selections: Wildlife in Contemporary Art” is on a national tour, and every detail of sending the art across the country needs to be as carefully considered as the selections themselves.

“This show all started with a conversation with the Art Bridges Foundation,” Hanawalt said. “Not every show goes on the road, but this was a good show to get out contemporary pieces that we have collected.”

“I started working on the show in 2018,” museum Curator Tammi Hanawalt said. “It started with development for our space, and I’ve been working with Art Bridges since almost Day One on that, too.”

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Published May 17, 2023

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The National Museum of Wildlife Art’s exhibit “Un/Natural Selections,” featuring some 50 works from its permanent collection, is on a nationwide tour that started this winter at the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, South Carolina.