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Welcome to the Teton Arts Council
Since 1994, the Artists of Teton Valley have celebrated our cultural lifestyle through visual and performing arts. Teton Arts Council hosts classes, workshops, art competitions, and master demonstrations. TAC supports arts throughout the community, throughout the year. Join us for Shakespeare In The Park during August and SnowScapes during January.  See you around the studios!
The Ceramics Studio
Did you know... the well appointed Ceramics Studio has 8 wheels, a pugmill, a slab roller, and an expanded kiln shed with 4 kilns  Community support through Souper Bowl in November and Mother's Day Vase Sales have helped to build  the kiln shed and salt kiln. The Ceramics Studio has open studio hours during the week. Come enjoy the mud!
Studio 2D
Studio 2D is a multi-faceted art space. It is a great studio for Painting, Drawing, Mixed-Media and Printmaking. Join us on 1st and 3rd Tuesday evenings for Life Drawing!  Drawing Fundamentals and Portrait Drawing are offered as Studio 2D classes.  Look for announcements on open studio times. Let's create!!
TA Gallery
Enjoy local art at its finest.  The City Gallery in the Driggs City Center highlights our community and regional artists, local culture and artistic inspiration.
TinCupChallenge_ColorThe Mission of Teton Arts is the cultivation and celebration of the arts to enhance quality of life by providing space and opportunity for arts education, appreciation and collaboration.

Please support Teton Arts through the Tincup Challenge and your donation will be matched.
Your donation is essential to the work we do in support of our mission. Every cent counts! We thank you for your support!
The giving period begins Friday, May 22, 2015 and runs through July 27

Click here to make a donation through the Tincup Challenge

Click on the classes list above to check out our last minute additions for August!
Gretatrailer2Gretacars"A Silly history of Art"
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mage presentation and talk by Greta Gretzinger
Monday August 3, 6-7
at the Teton Arts Center, 110 Rodeo Road by the Driggs airport and Warbird's restaurant

Greta Gretzinger’s hilarious artworks are familiar sights around the Teton region. Almost everyone has seen one of her painted cars on the road and she is currently working on the outside wall of the Victor Emporium. Join us as she gives us a “silly history of art” lesson, (referring to the fact that she references many famous works of art in her subjects) and talks about her popular public works as well as other projects she does as an illustrator employing local characters, jokes and situations. "I particularly like to add something that is a twist on traditional themes or subjects."she says.

Greta's murals can be seen in Jackson at the New York City Sub Shop, The Merry Piglets, The Rocky Mountain Oyster, Pearl Street Bagels and the biggest one, in the alley beside the Sundance Inn. Other clients include Dr. Menolocino and ,the CAT scan and MRI rooms in St. John's Hospital. She has worked with the Jackson High School Drama department designing sets and painting with students. With the Jackson Middle School, she designed and worked with students on several history mural projects.

She has illustrated two children's books "How the Elephants Saved Christmas" and“ The Ugly Mooseling”, both written by Linda L. Olson.

FREE! Kid's Papermaking Fun (Ages 5 & up)

Sunday, August 16, 1-4pm with visiting artist Patricia Cheyne

Papermaking is fun for all ages but especially for children. Kids can drop in and see how paper is made from plant materials and have a chance to try it for themselves.IMG_9904_copy





Join us as we welcome visiting artist

Patricia Cheyne

Artmaking with Natural Materials Workshop



Dates & Time: Friday & Saturday, August 14-15, 10am-5pm

This workshop will introduce students to a mixture of different media using all natural materials. On day one participants will be introduced to printmaking using plants, and then set up a sun dying jar to take natural_printhome. Next there will be a natural dying demonstration and participants will pressure dye scarfs with plants and rusted found objects. On day two they will make paper using weeds, hay, flowers, herbs, and cotton, and learn how to make a self binding books out of the papers they’ve created. Come join in the fun! Member's Cost $125 (non-members $135) includes materials

Click here to register as a member

Click here to register as a non-member

FREE!  Kid's Papermaking Fun (Ages 5 & up)

Dates & Time: Sunday August 16, 1-4

Papermaking is fun for all ages but especially for children. Kids can drop in and see how paper is made from plant materials and have a chance to try it for themselves.


alaska_range_painting2015 Driggs Digs Plein Air July 25-August 1

Teton Arts is a major sponsor of Driggs Digs Plein Air. Please go to Driggs Digs Plein Air

to learn all about it!

Teton Arts Council
110 Rodeo Drive
Driggs, ID
Contact the Teton Arts Council at 208.354.4278 (message only)

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New Art Center

The Teton Arts Council is developing a plan for land improvement around the existing Arts Center on Rodeo Drive, Driggs. The land is currently unimproved area but could be so much more. The view of the Grand Teton is tremendous! Our goal for the land improvement will include an outdoor art park with space to hold gatherings, outdoor workshops, and small events. We would love to hear from our Members! Look for invitations to come out this summer and tell us what you think.

Our Sponsors

Many of the programs offered by The Teton Arts Council would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors.  We greatly appreciate your support and participation.

We are equally grateful for the countless members of our community that have stepped up to the plate to volunteer time, talent, and sometimes a little money of their own.



Our Mission

The mission of the Teton Arts Council is to develop, nurture, and celebrate our cultural life through education, performances, exhibitions, and community opportunities.

In 2007, we started the volunteer Resident Artists Program to plan, organize and execute the art programming. These volunteers are well-respected artists who give back to the Artist Community by ensuring that the arts classes and workshops continue to offer compelling and relevant education opportunities. If you are interested in volunteering as a Resident Artist, please contact the Board Chair by sending email to info@tetonartscouncil.com