Teton Artlab supports artists through our residency program that offers studio space, housing, and stipends in one of the world's most unique landscapes, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.  This area includes both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.


Our 3,200 square foot studio facility is a former small engine repair shop in Jackson, Wyoming. Jackson is in the heart of Jackson Hole, a high altitude valley that includes Grand Teton National Park.


In combination with our residency program, we offer a year round calendar of events including free monthly Open Studios and talks with visiting and regional artists, helping connect our region with the greater art community.

Teton Artlab's programs are supported in part by The Charles Engelhard Foundation, Scott Spector and Sandy Masur, Old Bills Fun Run, Center of Wonder, Cultural Council of Jackson Hole, Wyoming Arts Council,  Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, and the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund.