Two public art-infused underpass projects are being unveiled today in Jackson Hole. Those underpasses include an underpass at the National Museum of Wildlife Art and the underpass at Hidden Ranch on the Russ Garaman trail. The underpass at the museum is graced by artist Don Rambadt’s public artworks titled, “Aspen Gateway and Sky Play.” The North Highway 89 Public Art was funded by: Jackson Hole Community Pathways and Teton County with generous support from the Newton Foundation and FMC Corporation. At Hidden Ranch, community murals were painted by 80 local high school students with local artists Mike Tierney and Abby Paffrath. The murals are symbols of hope and inspiration and represent solutions to some of today’s societal challenges. The community mural project is funded in part by grants from the Wyoming Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, Jackson Hole Community Pathways, The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, the Wyoming Humanities Council, pARTners, Jackson Hole Public Art and private donations.