Building STEAM projects teach students the entire design process. From defining a problem, empathizing with users, ideating solutions and prototyping their ideas to delivering a final project. Led by Jackson Hole Public Art’s artist-in-residence, Bland Hoke, students in Jackson Hole High School’s Fabrication Lab gained practical experience through the lens of making public art.
The Building STEAM project for Teton County Library was funded by the Teton County Library Foundation with support from: Walton Donor advised Fund of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, a Center of Wonder C3 grant, Peter and Susan Ordway, and the Newton Family Foundation. Project administration provided by Jackson Hole Public Art.