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Welcome to the Teton Arts Council
Since 1994, the Artists of Teton Valley have celebrated our cultural lifestyle through visual and performing arts. Teton Arts Council hosts classes, workshops, art competitions, and master demonstrations. TAC supports arts throughout the community, throughout the year. Join us for Shakespeare In The Park during August and SnowScapes during January.  See you around the studios!
The Ceramics Studio
Did you know... the well appointed Ceramics Studio has 8 wheels, a pugmill, a slab roller, and an expanded kiln shed with 4 kilns  Community support through Souper Bowl in November and Mother's Day Vase Sales have helped to build  the kiln shed and salt kiln. The Ceramics Studio has open studio hours during the week. Come enjoy the mud!
Studio 2D
Studio 2D is a multi-faceted art space. It is a great studio for Painting, Drawing, Mixed-Media and Printmaking. Join us on 1st and 3rd Tuesday evenings for Life Drawing!  Drawing Fundamentals and Portrait Drawing are offered as Studio 2D classes.  Look for announcements on open studio times. Let's create!!
TAC Galleries
Enjoy local art at its finest at two TAC galleries in Driggs, ID.  Newly Opened - The City Gallery in the Driggs City Center highlights our community artists, local culture and artistic inspiration. Our long established TAC Art Gallery, located inside Alpine Wines & Bistro, offers a closer look at featured artists. It's a great pairing.of fine art and wine. Enjoy!
Intaglio/Dry Point
Saturday April 19th 2014
10:00-2:00 P.M.
Instructor: Lane Valiante
Member's register here...$50.00
Nonmembers register here...$60.00


Saturday Kid's Paint Your Own Pottery

(adults can come too!)

with Melinda Linn

Saturday 10-11:30, April 12

A $16 member's price ($18 for non-members) includes glazes, and firings (no use of open studio). Does not include purchase of ceramic "blanks". Blanks, also known as bisqueware average $5 and will be available for purchase.

in this class participants will purchase premade cast pottery, our "blank canvas" and sculptural pieces and then learn how to apply glaze to create finished pieces. Mugs, plates, tiles, bowls and many other forms available.

Click here to register as a member

Click here to register as a non-member


Create a Class

Create a custom class for your family, friends, or another group. You give us your preferred day and time and we will put together projects, materials and the teachers to make it happen. Call us at 354-4ART to discuss your idea.


Kid's Clay

with Natasha Peterson (April) and with Patty Reed (May)

7 yrs and older

Wednesday afternoons 3:30 - 5
2 Sessions: April 9-23 (3 classes), April 30 - May 21 (4 classes)

$58 for members ($63 non-member) for the 3 class session $78 for members ($85 for non) for the 4 class session includes clay, glazes, bisque and glaze firings

In this fun class students will create works in clay by using hand building techniques such as pinch, coil and slab, and may also try their hand at the potter's wheel. In the last class we will finish our creations by applyling colorful glazes.

Click here to register as a member for the class starting April 9

Click here to register as a non-member for the class starting April 9


Pottery for Preschoolers

with Becky Hilditch

3-7 yrs old

Saturdays 10-11 pm, April 19 - May 3 (3 clases) and May 10-24 (3 classes) please specify which session you are registering for on your registration form.

$45 for members ($50 non-members)  includes clay, glazes, bisque firing and glaze firing
Have fun and meet new friends while making art projects in clay. In each class we will explore a different way to make things in clay, such as pinching, coiling, and stamping techniques. Kids will get to see their projects from the wet clay stage to completed glazed and fired pieces. Parents are encouraged to attend and at least one parent will need to be present for each class.

Click here to register as a member

Click here to register as a non-member


Intro to Wheel Throwing (adults)

Tuesday Evenings 6:00p - 8:00pm in April, Thursdays in May

April 8 - 29 (4 classes) and May 8 - 29 (4 classes)

with Natasha Peterson

$120 for members, ($132 for non-members) includes 12 lbs of clay, glazes, and use of open studio sessions during the course. (Class limited to 7 students)

This class will focus on the wheel as a tool for forming pots. Once we've covered the basics of centering and forming, we will practice our skills by making cylinders and bowls. Finally we will cover trimming, glazing, and firing finishing techniques, in this 4 week intensive designed for beginners.

Click here to register as a member for the April session

Click here to register as a non-member for the April session

Members Price $50.00 for 10 punches  purchase here! Non members price $60,00 for 10 punches purchase here!
Eligibility: All community members 16 years of age or older. Community members wishing to use the printmaking equipment must have attended the "Orientation to Printmaking clas
s offered by Teton Arts Council.
The Open Studio Program provides community members an opportunity to work independently with access to equipment, tools and assistance from monitors. Please note that TAC classes and workshops may at times take priority over open studio hours. Class schedules are available.
Participants are expected to help maintain the studio. Please return materials used n class, wipe off paint, ink, wax, etc from all surfaces. Please throw away all trash. Keeping a clean, neat, safe studio is essential. Limmitted "cubbies" are available for personal storage. Check with your monitor to be assigned one if desired.

Teton Arts Council
110 Rodeo Drive
Driggs, ID
Contact the Teton Arts Council at 208.354.4278 (message only)

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New Art Center

The Teton Arts Council is developing a plan for land improvement around the existing Arts Center on Rodeo Drive, Driggs. The land is currently unimproved area but could be so much more. The view of the Grand Teton is tremendous! Our goal for the land improvement will include an outdoor art park with space to hold gatherings, outdoor workshops, and small events. We would love to hear from our Members! Look for invitations to come out this summer and tell us what you think.

Our Sponsors

Many of the programs offered by The Teton Arts Council would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors.  We greatly appreciate your support and participation.

We are equally grateful for the countless members of our community that have stepped up to the plate to volunteer time, talent, and sometimes a little money of their own.



Our Mission

The mission of the Teton Arts Council is to develop, nurture, and celebrate our cultural life through education, performances, exhibitions, and community opportunities.

In 2007, we started the volunteer Resident Artists Program to plan, organize and execute the art programming. These volunteers are well-respected artists who give back to the Artist Community by ensuring that the arts classes and workshops continue to offer compelling and relevant education opportunities. If you are interested in volunteering as a Resident Artist, please contact the Board Chair by sending email to info@tetonartscouncil.com