scan, watch, explore
Next time you’re riding or walking on the Pathways, keep an eye at for small metal plates imprinted with QR codes. In a sure sign that Jackson is a player in the digital age, we can now access local artists via our smart phones. Just scan the QR code adjacent to, say, the Don Rambadt installation at the Pathways tunnel to the National Museum of Wildlife Art and watch a short video about the installation.
Or perhaps you are toodling along Vine Street and you notice this building.
Scan the nearby metal plate with the QR code and watch this video featuring dancers from Contemporary Dance Wyoming.
Sponsored by the Center of Wonder, the videos are the result of a year-long Digital Media Ambassador program, in which Carrie Richer of Hole Dance Films made 30 short films showcasing a diversity of art and artists around the valley, from the Grand Teton Music Festival to the Stagecoach Bar. For more information, follow this link.