Toolkit & Resources


Public Art & Placemaking Toolkit for Rural Communities

Click here to view or download our Places of Possibility toolkit for rural communities in the Intermountain West. This toolkit contains resources for best practices, planning, community engagement, funding, launching, installing and amplifying your art and placemaking activities. The Public Art and Placemaking Toolkit was made possible by a generous grant from the LOR Foundation.






Center for the Arts and JH Public Art call to artists to paint first ever “Public Piano”

The Center for the Arts and Jackson Hole Public Art announce a call for artists to paint the first ever “Public Piano” for downtown Jackson Hole that will be located outside at the Center for the Arts. From Canada to Denver, and from Melbourne to Boston, communities across the world offer hand painted pianos in public spaces for people to spontaneously play to the delight of passersby.

The commission fee is $1,000 for one artist to develop a detailed sketch and to paint the piano. Space will be made available at the Center for the Arts to paint the piano.

Timeline: painting must occur between May 1 and June 15th.
Eligibility: Local artists living and working in Teton County are invited to apply.

Deadline to submit: April 26th at 5 pm.

Submission details can be found by clicking the PDF link Call for Artists_Public Piano 

Please send all submissions to




Additional Resources


ArtSpot Application

Town of Jackson Monument Policy

Annual Report 2017

Private Developer Brochure

2015 Annual Report

Public Art Guidelines

Donations Guidelines

Public Art Map