This short film focuses on the architectural, historical and cultural significance of the Moseley/Hardeman Barn, a Jackson Hole icon. It premiered at the Center for the Arts in Jackson on September 19, 2014, as part of “BARN BASH.” BARN BASH kicked off Jackson’s Centennial Celebration with a fine art display – with contributions by Kay Northup, Lee Riddell, Bill Sawczuk, and Kathryn Turner of View22! – as well as a film premiere, panel discussion and live music and dance. The event was a collaboration among the Teton Raptor Center, Jackson Hole Land Trust and the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum. The film includes interviews with Laurie Andrews, JHLT executive director, and perspectives on the conservation of this iconic property. By JenTen Productions.
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