Uncategorized | May 14, 2008
From a press release from the National Museum of Wildlife Art:
The National Museum of Wildlife Art’s 20th Anniversary celebratory documentary, “Wild at HeART,” will air on Wyoming PBS on Thursday, May 29, 9 p.m. Please check your local listings for channels.
“Wild at HeART” tells the tale of the creation of the NMWA in Jackson Hole. When the museum opened on the Jackson Town Square on May 16, 1987, its founders realized that its collection — together with Jackson Hole’s legendary setting — would provide unique educational and exhibition opportunities.
Produced by SavaFilm of Wilson, the film includes interviews with artists, visitors, volunteers, trustees and staff and is dedicated to the memory of celebrated wildlife artist Bob Kuhn. Executive Producer (and museum trustee) Kavar Kerr, has watched the evolution of the Museum from its start. She is delighted to share the story of the NMWA because, “The significance of the Museum extends beyond our community. We want this film to be an ambassador for the Museum.”
FMI: Zeenie Scholz, National Museum of Wildlife Art, firstname.lastname@example.org, 307-733-5771