Grand Teton National Park has partnered with the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum and the T.A. Moulton Barn Centennial Celebration committee to stage a public art exhibition titled “A Nickel for the Barn.” Artists, poets, and photographers of all ages, abilities and disciplines are invited to participate in this public art show centered on the Moulton barn and history of Mormon Row. Submitted artwork will be displayed from July 2nd through 21st at the museum on North Cache in Jackson and thereafter at the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center in Moose. T.A. Moulton’s son, Clark, used to say, “If I had a nickel for every picture that was taken of that barn, I’d be rich.” In that spirit, Artists are encouraged to create a piece of art that supports restoration of the barn, or just submit a piece of original art that pays tribute to the legacy of the Mormon Row area. Artists are required to donate 30% of any and all related sales, and the proceeds will go directly to a T.A. Moulton Barn Centennial Preservation Fund, to be administered by the Grand Teton National Park Foundation. Artwork submissions must be received on July 1st.