Circ’s brand Homestead Magazine just finished its 2015 Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes event. The Showcase of Homes is a two-day, self-guided fundraising tour with a superb catch: face-to-face conversations with these accomplished professionals. More than the ordinary walk-through, the Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes puts attendee and professional on a first-name basis. Each artisan in architecture, construction, interior design, landscaping and electronic systems will be on hand to reveal the art—and perhaps the magic—behind their achievement in some of Jackson Hole’s most exciting new homes.
See the 2105 Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes wrap article and we hope you join us in 2016.
Our 2015 event is the largest to-date, featuring six spectacular homes throughout the valley!
Jackson Hole, Wyo. – September 08th, 2015 – The Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes, now in its third year, is pleased to announce its largest fundraising event to-date taking place during the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. Featuring six magnificent homes spread throughout the valley—from Teton Village to Fish Creek to the Snake River Sporting Club—the self-guided home tours offer attendees a broad representation of local design and geography. Most importantly, the Showcase of Homes distinguishes itself by providing opportunities for patrons to meet the design professionals who helped create each home.
“We view the event as an immersive presentation of the talented designers we have in Jackson Hole. Giving our attendees the chance to speak first hand with the architects, interior, and exterior designers who are responsible for each project has always been the centerpiece of our event,” says Latham Jenkins, event founder and publisher of Homestead Magazine, which hosts Showcase.
This year, the selected homes range from classical log construction to contemporary mountain living, allowing a fully rounded glimpse into the question of how one can live—and design for—Jackson Hole’s unique landscape and lifestyle.
The Showcase team invites patrons to attend and be inspired by the home designs, the design professionals, and the diverse settings of Jackson Hole. Purchasing tickets also represents a chance to give back to worthy local causes. Each year, tour homeowners select the beneficiaries for all ticket sale proceeds. 2015’s regional non-profit beneficiaries include the Jackson Hole Land Trust, the Grand Teton National Park Foundation, and the Wyoming chapter of the Nature Conservancy.
Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes occurs on both Friday, September 18th and Saturday, September 19th during the second weekend of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tickets are limited to 250 attendees and are available for $75.00 online at JacksonHoleShowcase.com. The tours are self-guided, which means that ticket holders can visit houses in whichever order they choose, and have the option to spread home visits out over two days.
About Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes
Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes is a two-day, self-guided fundraising tour with a superb catch: face-to-face conversations with the accomplished professionals behind each home. More than an ordinary walk-through, the Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes puts attendee and professional on a first-name basis. Each artisan in architecture, construction, interior design, landscaping and electronic systems will be on hand to reveal the art—and perhaps the magic—behind their achievement in some of Jackson Hole’s most exciting new homes. See more at: JacksonHoleShowcase.com.
About Homestead Magazine
Homestead Magazine is Jackson Hole’s premier resource for art, architecture, real estate, and interior design. With a focus on the blend of western and contemporary design that is so?unique to the Rocky Mountain West, Homestead Magazine serves many functions in the Jackson community. It is a directory of local resources; an editorial publication featuring original articles and photography; a showcase of work by top architects, artists, builders, designers, and artisans; and a source of inspiration for anyone building, buying, or decorating a home. Visit HomesteadMag.com for a free subscription.
Circ’s Homestead Magazine hosts every year the Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes event during the Jackson Hole’s Fall Arts Festival. This year we were successful in raising money for Paws of Jackson Hole, Yellowstone Park Foundation, Community Resource Center and the Jackson Hole Fire/EMS. We appreciate the opportunity for our event to give back to the community. Our participating homeowner’s pick the charity of their choice and in the last two years that is over $17,000 in local benefit from our event.
The Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes is a two-day, self-guided fundraising tour to experience the craftsmanship and meet the artists behind some of Jackson’s most spectacular homes.
More than the ordinary walk-through, the Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes has a superb catch: face-to-face conversations with the finest professionals in architecture, construction, interior design, landscaping and electronic systems. They will reveal the art—and perhaps the magic—behind their achievements in some of the most exciting living spaces in the West.
All ticket proceeds will benefit local charities chosen by our generous homeowners. Limited tickets available, online only. Hosted by Circ’s Homestead Magazine.
Friday Sept 13, 10am – 4pm
Saturday Sept 14, 12pm – 6pm
Go to www.JacksonHoleShowcase.com or contact Megan Jenkins at 307.690.8256 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Artists
Altamira Fine Art
Brian Goff Interior Design
Ellis Nunn & Associates, Inc.
Jacque Jenkins-Stireman Design
Jackson Hole AV
Mill Iron Timberworks
Stephen Dynia Architects
The Bradley Company
Two Ocean Builders
Willow Creek Design
Willow Creek Woodworks
Homestead Magazine 2012 has arrived! This year’s edition features exciting new content, including personal style spotlights on of some of Jackson’s best-known tastemakers, and the collaborations of our region’s innovative architects, builders, designers, writers and artists.
Homestead readers will get an exclusive look into the personal spaces of MADE’s Jon Frechette, lover of all things quirky and handmade, and stylist Jairus Noble who brings glamour and style to his clientele at his high-end salon. Amanda Roberston, of women’s clothing & accessories boutique Rodeo, shares her classic antiques and precious family heirlooms, and fashion designer and art dealer Shari Brownfield showcases her home’s eclectic style and mixed materials.
Homestead also features the professional design picks of select local tastemakers. We’ve included Larry Berlin’s favorite standout architectural elements, and Brian Goff’s interior design inspirations. Readers will also find Kate Binger’s picks for crafting beautiful personal home decor, as well as the favorite finishing touches and classic details of Jane Cater-Getz of Belle Cose and Goodie 2 Shoes. These individuals’ diverse design aesthetics and discerning tastes add beauty to their surroundings every day, inspiring our community and infusing Teton valley with its signature culture and charm.
Also be sure to check out our four Dream Home feature pieces, where each comprehensive spread showcases one of Jackson’s most breathtaking collaborations of construction and design. Readers will see a slope-side ski-in lodge by Acanthus Architecture, Trauner Designs, Bounticou Construction and Coax Jax, and a picturesque ranch home made from the timber of a 100 year-old barn in Ohio by Dan Schou Construction, Red Chair Design Studio, and MountainScapes.
Readers will glimpse into a 6,700 square foot rustic lodge with a contemporary but casual European flare by Architect William H. Childs Jr. and Associates, Kurt Wimberg Construction, and Snake River Interiors. And in the Dream Home collaboration of Stephen Dynia Architects and Dynamic Custom Homes, readers will learn that structure is an ever-evolving play of space, light, unusual angles and dynamic views. We thought this mixed-level Shooting Star home was such a standout that we even selected its kitchen for our cover shot.
Find your copy of Homestead 2012 online at www.homesteadmag.com, and visit the magazine’s blog, where you can subscribe to updates from Homestead all year long. Pick up your free hard copy at lodging establishments across Jackson Hole and the Rocky Mountain West, or contact us at email@example.com to join our mailing list or become a distributor.
HomesteadMag.com, the online counterpart to Homestead, went live today with a collection of new content. The 10th Anniversary Issue of Jackson Hole’s premiere resource for art, architecture and interior design hit shelves earlier this spring, and now readers can access the same original articles and resource directory listings online.
Homestead’s latest is hitting mailboxes and lodging establishments this week. The 2010 issue also happens to be Homestead’s 10th Anniversary Issue.
To commemorate our 10th anniversary, we’ve put together an issue that represents the collective experience we’ve gained over the past 10 years. Working with builders, architects, designers, writers and artistic individuals, we’ve learned this publication is a cooperative. We return to our roots with the 2010 issue and offer you, our reader, a true resource guide: an authentic volume of articles, essays, interviews and insights on the latest in architecture, interior design and art for your home.
HomesteadMag.com, the online counterpart to Homestead, went live today with a collection of new content. Volume 9 of Jackson Hole’s premiere resource for art, architecture and interior design hit shelves earlier this spring, and now readers can access the same original articles and resource directory listings online.
Volume 9 of Homestead is on shelves now. This 88-page-oversized glossy is Jackson Hole’s premiere resource for art, architecture and interior design. The ’09 issue celebrates the spirit of fusing space and design. Highlights of the issue include: “Plant Planning 1.0″ and Digging up the Details,” two refreshing articles on landscape architecture; a cross section of building health and Bau Biologie by Nancy Taylor; glimpses into more amazing dream homes, including “The W House” and “History is in the Making”; and expanded artist and gallery profiles from Jackson Hole and beyond.
If you live in the Jackson Hole area, look for issues at local hotels, restaurants, the airport and more. Everyone else can contact us to order an issue. Also, stay tuned for details once Homesteadmag.com is updated with a comprehensive resource directory of all the Homestead advertisers and articles featured in the new issue.
HomesteadMag.com complements Circumerro’s Homestead magazine by featuring articles and Jackson Hole area businesses in a visually pleasing, easy-to-navigate, search-engine-friendly online environment.
Circumerro Publishing announces the launch of HomesteadMag.com, extending the influence of the highly successful Homestead magazine—Jackson Hole’s Premier Resource for Art, Architecture and Interior Design—to the Internet. HomesteadMag.com is a natural progression for Homestead magazine and serves as an online resource for anyone looking to build, remodel, decorate or improve their home in the Jackson Hole area.
Featured prominently on the site are the latest articles from Homestead magazine and a directory of Jackson Hole area architects, interior designers, builders, galleries and other home product and service providers. Articles include Home Showcase spreads, featured stories from green building practices to the history of hospitality in the West, and enhanced listings of home-related area businesses. The Resource Directory is a searchable listing of businesses in categories such as architects, art galleries, artists and artisans, builders, hardware and building supplies, home electronics, home furnishings, interior design, landscaping, real estate, retail and more.
HomesteadMag.com was created to take advantage of the many searches occurring on the Internet by those looking for information about building or decorating a home. This new site greatly increases the value of Homestead magazine, positioning advertisers online as well as in a well-designed and broadly distributed print publication.
“Circumerro’s publishing and creative teams have worked hard together to make sure HomesteadMag.com is an equally beautiful online representation of our large format, full color home resource magazine,” said Circumerro President and Publisher Latham Jenkins. “In addition to a great looking site, it has also been search engine optimized to best position Homestead clients and the magazine’s content for the highest organic search results possible,” Jenkins added.
Advertising opportunities are available on HomesteadMag.com. For more information, please visit www.homesteadmag.com/contact.
Homestead is Jackson Hole’s premier print and online resource for those building or decorating a home. From architects, builders and interior designers to art, artists and galleries, Homestead provides the finest in western and contemporary design. Over 25,000 copies are distributed through subscriptions, direct mail, free placement, and at newsstands throughout the region.