The Middle School Studio Project
The Middle School Studio Project is FREE for any Jackson-area middle school student and is made possible by the Art Association of Jackson Hole and the National Museum of Wildlife Art. This year's project is making animals in silver with lost wax casting techniques. Classes will be taught by Jennifer McNaughton. The Studio Project will meet at both the Art Association and the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Students will need to arrange their own transportation to and from each session. Classes will be held on Wednesdays from February 14 through March 21, with the exception of school holidays, and will typically run from 6-8 p.m. Final artworks will be displayed in professional exhibits at both the Art Association and the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

Only 8 students will be selected to participate so make your application count! Applications are due by Friday, February 9 at midnight. Late applications will be printed out and burned. Please do not make us do this!

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Name (first and last) *
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Year in school *
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What school do you attend? *
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Please answer the following questions thoughtfully: Choose the most inspiring work of art you have ever seen in your life, and let us know why you think it is so ridiculously awesome.
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How do you feel about silver casting?
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Why do you want to participate in The Studio Project? What do you hope to get out of the process? *
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The Studio Project is a time commitment! If you have 5 or more things already going on--a job, ski club, basketball, debate club, chess club, etc.--then TSP is not for you, BOO! The Studio Project meets 6 times. How many of these sessions will you be able to attend? We prefer 100% attendance. * *
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Thanks for your application! If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Simmons, Educator at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, at lsimmons@wildlifeart.org or 307-732-5432. Thank you!
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