GLOW Nights Reflect LIGHT, ART and AWE in the Dark of the Jackson Hole Winter
GLOW Nights is a month-long “must see” exhibit of original art installations that use colored and white light as a medium to celebrate the unique phenomena found in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE). Produced by Jackson Hole Public Art, GLOW Nights artists draw inspiration from the megafauna, calderas, hot springs, and dramatic vistas that inspire.
Teton Village GLOW returns for its second year with: Ice Glowbs by Bland Hoke, Get Out/Get In by CLB Architects, Flora Moon by Maggie West, Heart Mountain provided by JHMR, and a restored “Generation Two Tram” now on display provided by JHMR and Teton Village Association.
“The Teton Village Association is thrilled to instill light in the Village Commons that creates vibrancy during our dark winter nights,” said Melissa Turley, Executive Director, “GLOW Nights invites guests of Teton Village to stay and play past their ski day.” Read more on GLOW Nights here.