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Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival

Experience The Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival

The 38th annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival and Art Auction is back, running September 7 – 18, 2022. Known as the premier arts festival of the Rocky Mountain west, artists and art enthusiasts alike gather for this iconic event to experience internationally acclaimed artists, music, food, wine and more in beautiful Jackson Hole.

The “FAF” draws hundreds of visitors to our valley each year. Experience a wide variety of work from both local and world-renowned artists, including sculptures, photographers, and painters and more. Here’s a quick snapshot of this year’s schedule of events:


Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival 2022

Wednesday, September 7 – Sunday, September 18

Stop by Fall Arts Festival “headquarters” to purchase a Fall Arts Festival poster, purchase tickets for Fall Arts Festival events, and plan your festival! Festival headquarters is located at the Visitor’s Center at 260 W Broadway.

Wednesday, September 7th:

Wine Down Wednesday & Wind Up for Fall Arts: 5-7pm, The Wort Hotel. $50 tickets.

Thursday, September 8th:

Western Design Conference Preview Party: 6-10pm, Snow King Event Center. $75 – $150 tickets.

Kathryn Mapes Turner Artist Demo: 3pm, Turner Fine Art. More info.

Trunk Show with Artie Yellowhorse: Two Grey Hills. More info.

Friday, September 9th:

Western Design Conference: 10am-5pm, Snow King Event Center. $30 tickets.

Palates & Palettes Free Gallery Walk: 5-7pm, Jackson Galleries. Free gallery walk. View participating galleries & their pairings.

Multi-show Opening: 5-7pm, The Center for the Arts. More info.

Carrie Wild’s “Rendezvous” Show Opening: 5-7pm, Gallery Wild. More info.

Jonathan Smith Artist Reception: 5-8pm, Diehl Gallery. More info.

Fall Arts Festival Open House at Thal Glass Studio: 10am – 5pm, Thal Glass Studio. More info.

Trunk Show with Artie Yellowhorse: Two Grey Hills. More info.

Saturday, September 10th:

Western Visions Exhibit Opening: 10am-5pm, National Museum of Wildlife Art. $8 – $17 tickets.

Fall Arts Festival Open House at Thal Glass Studio: 10am – 5pm, Thal Glass Studio. More info.

Trunk Show with Artie Yellowhorse: Two Grey Hills. More info.

Sunday, September 11th:

Arts on the Green: 10am-6pm, Center for the Arts Lawn. $6 tickets available at the door.

Trunk Show with Artie Yellowhorse: Two Grey Hills. More info.

Monday, September 12th:

Borbay Gallery Open Studio: 9am-7pm, Borbay Studios & Gallery. More info.

Tuesday, September 13th:

Borbay Gallery Open Studio: 9am-7pm, Borbay Studios & Gallery. More info.

Wednesday, September 14th:

Western Visions Artist Panel Discussion: 1-2:30pm, National Museum of Wildlife Art. Tickets.

“Wildly Unexpected” Artist Reception: 2-6pm, Gallery Wild. More info.

Gallery Association Art Walk: 5-8pm, participating galleries. More info.

Ringholz Solo Show: 5-8pm, Ringholz Studios. More info.

Borbay Gallery Open Studio: 9am-7pm, Borbay Studios & Gallery. More info.

Thursday, September 15th:

6th Annual Mark Eberhard Show + Sale: Astoria Fine Art. More info.

Joshua Tobey Artist Reception: 1-4pm, Astoria Fine Art. More info.

Borbay Gallery Open Studio: 9am-7pm, Borbay Studios & Gallery. More info.

Friday, September 16th:

Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes: 10am-4pm, Various Homes. Tickets coming soon.

QuickDraw Artist Reception: 5-7pm, Town Square. $100 tickets.

Jackson Hole Art Auction: 12pm, Center for the Arts. Register to attend.

Artists in Residence at West Lives On: West Lives On Gallery. More info.

6th Annual Mark Eberhard Show + Sale: Astoria Fine Art. More info.

Master’s of Wildlife Art Show: 1pm-4pm, Astoria Fine Art. More info.

Borbay Gallery Open Studio: 9am-7pm, Borbay Studios & Gallery. More info.

The Revolutionists by Off Square Theater Company: 7:30pm, Center for the Arts Black Box Theater. $23 Tickets.

Saturday, September 17th:

Jackson Hole QuickDraw: 8am-1pm, Town Square. $50 – $100 bidder paddles.

Jackson Hole Art Auction: 12pm, Center for the Arts. Register to attend.

“Life Lived Wild” Artist Celebration: afternoon, Gallery Wild. More info.

QuickDraw Artists in Residence: afternoon, Mountain Trails Gallery. More info.

Tom Gilleon Exhibit Opening: 5pm, Shari Brownfield Fine Art. More info.

Artists in Residence at West Lives On: West Lives On Gallery. More info.

6th Annual Mark Eberhard Show + Sale: Astoria Fine Art. More info.

David Brookover & Rudy Atallah Artists in Residence: Brookover Gallery. More info.

The Revolutionists by Off Square Theater Company: 7:30pm, Center for the Arts Black Box Theater. $23 Tickets.

Sunday, September 18th:

Sunday Art Brunch Free Gallery Walk: 10am-2pm, Jackson Galleries. Participating galleries & more info.

Artists in Residence at West Lives On: West Lives On Gallery. More info.

The Revolutionists by Off Square Theater Company: 7:30pm, Center for the Arts Black Box Theater. $23 Tickets.

The Jackson Hole Art Auction

The Jackson Hole Art Auction supports hundreds of pieces from world-renowned artists and is a favorite of art collectors from around the world.

With a 2020 selling record of 92%, this year’s event is sure to be one of the best. Here’s what you need to know before booking your trip for the Jackson Hole Art Auction.

When Is It?

This year’s event will be held on September 17th and 18th. The artwork will be available for preview on Thursday before the auction begins. The auction itself will begin on Friday and run through Saturday afternoon.

What Types of Art Will Be Auctioned?

The Jackson Hole Art Auction draws talented artists from around the world. Only original artwork is accepted, and all must have an American-west theme. For more information on this year’s event, view the auction website here.

How to Book A Room for Your Trip

At MMM, we’re your perfect jumping-off point to experience the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival! To book your room for the event, check out our accommodations and then book your upcoming stay.