In May of 2018, a Pavilion designed by Carney Logan Burke titled Town Enclosure will be installed in The Center Park for a year to a year and a half. This outdoor venue is intended for informal use to community and artist groups. As a neighbor of The Center, we invite you to join us for a casual information session about the use of The Pavilion. We’ll have coffee and treats available and staff of Jackson Hole Public Art, The Center and a Carney Logan Burke architect will be on-hand to answer questions and talk more about this exciting project.
Neighborhood Information Session
Friday, February 16th
9:00-11:00am in The Center Theater Lobby
More About The Pavilion:
The 2018 Pavilion Project, produced by Jackson Hole Public Art in partnership with Center for the Arts’ Creative in Residence program, is both a sculpture and a venue. Situated in The Center Park, The Pavilion will welcome performing and visual arts, exhibits and classes, and spontaneous gatherings. Its design is sculptural and functional and offers space for free, accessible programming and inspiration.
Concept Statement by Carney Logan Burke:
Town Enclosure, will exist as a sculptural object and as a backdrop for the various activities this community park supports but it is much more than a sculpture. Created from a circular composition of timber panels, The Pavilion and the space it creates are both transparent and opaque according to one’s position and perspective. The enclosure is only fully experienced via movement around and within the object. An intervention within The Center Park,Town Enclosure, is an armature for celebration of creative activity, performance, and discovery.
Facts about The 2018 Pavilion Project:
-No amplified sound will be permitted after 9pm.
-No use after 9pm.
-Venue is available for free to nonprofit and artist groups, reservations are managed by The Center.
-Structure is subject to Jackson Town permit approvals, etc.
FINALIST CHOSEN FOR 2018 PAVILION PROJECT
Jackson Hole Public Art and Center for the Arts announced today that Carney Logan Burke Architects has been selected to construct the 2018 Pavilion in The Center Park as part of The Center's Creative in Residence program. Their concept titled, Town Enclosure, was selected from a pool of 10 submissions that included local architects, landscape architects, builders, and artists.
To identify the finalist, Jackson Hole Public Art conducted a blind submittal process. The identity of the artists was concealed from the selection panel until after the finalist had been identified. Only then were the applicants’ qualification packages revealed in order to ensure the team had the professional experience to carry out the project. The blind submittal process was used to ensure the concept was selected based purely on the merits of its design, verses panelists gravitating toward a known entity.
The selection panel identified Town Enclosure as the concept that most clearly served the dual goals of being a sculpture and a gathering space.
"Town Enclosure will exist as a sculptural object on The Center Park lawn and a backdrop for the various activities this community park supports but it is much more than a sculpture... Created from a circular composition of timber panels, The Pavilion and the space it creates are both transparent and opaque according to one’s position and perspective. The enclosure is only fully experienced via movement around and within the object," stated Carney Logan Burke.
Cities and towns across the country embrace informal gathering and performance areas that welcome creative community. From outdoor
“This privately funded opportunity was only open to local artists and architects in order to highlight the incredibly talented pool of creative professionals working in Jackson,” said Carrie Geraci, Jackson Hole Public Art Director. “I wish we could fund all of the concepts. Each would be a wonderful addition to public spaces throughout the valley.”
The Pavilion Project will serve as the 2018 Creative In Residence program, a new program through The Center Creative Initiatives program. Jackson Hole Public Art proposed a local design competition to erect a Pavilion for the summer of 2018 that will be both a sculpture and an accessible space where community artists and groups can practice, perform, and offer free and informal arts programs and experiences.
The project's partners are completing a private fundraising campaign to support the 2018 Pavilion budget. Next steps include the development of construction drawings, engineering review, obtaining any required approvals, followed by fabrication, with installation completed by June 1, 2018.
ABOUT CARNEY LOGAN BURKE ARCHITECTS
The power of landscape, the quality of light and the simple honesty of vernacular architecture influence the work. Each endeavor is guided
ABOUT JACKSON HOLE PUBLIC ART
Jackson Hole Public Art forges partnerships for the integration of art into any environment, to inspire lasting cultural, educational and economic benefits. As public art practitioners, JHPA works to activate our community’s gathering spaces with
Learn more at www.JHPublicArt.org.
Carrie Geraci, Executive Director
ABOUT THE CENTER
The Center is a hub for the artistic, cultural and creative activity in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We are fueled by innovation, inspired by
About The Center’s Creative In Residence Program
The Center’s Creative in Residence Program provides support and space for guests to work at The Center along with the artistic community by highlighting an interdisciplinary process and resulting in an impactful and inspiring end product. Selection for the Creative in Residence opportunity is by invitation from The Center's Creative in Residence committee consisting of Center Board members, community members, and Center staff.
Carrie Richer, Creative Initiatives Coordinator