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  • Call to Artists! Art Source Gallery, 1015 Main, Boise has an opening for a jeweler! If interested go to or contact Zella at

  • DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS exciting opportunity for Northwest artists in your community!
    The Betty Bowen Award is an annual $15,000 unrestricted grant given to visual artists in all media working in Washington, Oregon, or Idaho. This award was established to honor Betty Bowen (1918-1977) who was an enthusiastic supporter of Northwest contemporary art. We want to make sure that as many artists as possible are aware that this opportunity exists with hopes that a wide array of artists and media are represented in the pool of applicants.

    The application is now open and the deadline to submit is Wednesday, August 1. More information on the award and the application process can be found at

  • Dyeing to Stitch Workshop taught by textile artist Lisa Flowers Ross
    Saturday, July 14, 1 – 4 p.m. in Boise
    Cost: $55 plus $10 supply fee = $65 total
    Ages 12 and up welcome.

    Would you like to try your hand at dyeing, but don’t want to get involved in a big project?  In this Dyeing to Stitch workshop, students will be introduced to Procion dyes by dyeing embroidery thread that can be used for hand stitching on paper or fabric.

    Bring a friend and spend a fun afternoon playing with color! Color mixing will be discussed and participants will mix their own personal palette of solid colored threads, as well as create variegated threads.

    We will not be doing any stitching in this class, just dyeing the threads. But you will take home your own beautiful thread colors to use any way you like. Contact me to sign up! Email:

  • Lizzie Taylor says:

    Lizzie Taylor, TVAA Exhibiting Artist, is pleased to announce her one-personshow at the Meridian Library, 1326 W. Cherry Lane (between Linder and Meridian) which will run June 1 through June 30, during regular Library hours: Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. …. Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. …. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. …. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

  • Jane Tharpe says:

    3 ART STUDIOS available at VIVID Artists Space, Gem Center for the Arts, 2417 W Bank Drive, on the Boise Bench.

    Suite 335 is 141 square feet, $282. Near top of stair.
    Suite 312 is 114 square feet, $228. Opens to large gathering space.
    Suite 213 is 707 square feet, $975. Rectangular space with large end windows. Between classroom and Gem offices.

  • I know that there are some terrific printmakers in the Treasure Valley. I have seen their work hither and yon, but I have not been able to find a local printmaker organization. So, today I created a “Meetup” to remedy that situation. Ultimately I would like to obtain and active list of printmakers that might create an exhibit and get involved in an activity sponsored by the City of Eagle’s Art Commission. I have very few printmakers listed as members of TVAA. If you know active printmaker artists, please get the word out.

  • Looking for artist submissions (cat artwork) for our 2019 Idaho Humane Society Sip n’ Purr logo. In return for your donation, we will print your art on commemorative wine glasses along with all web marketing for the event. Please send submissions to

  • Anne Wescott says:

    Alexa Rose Foundation Announces Carnegie Art Studios to Open in June 2018 in Boise’s Historic Carnegie Library

    The Foundation is pleased to announce a new venture to further the organization’s mission of supporting local artists. The Alexa Rose Arts Foundation will provide needed space for artists to create, manage and share creative work within a facility called the Carnegie Studios. Located in the inspiring and historic Carnegie Library Building, the Carnegie Studios will provide artist-in- residence space for local filmmakers, visual, literary and performing artists; providing office and flexible meeting space for artists and arts organizations; and present temporary art exhibits.

    Up to eighteen artist studio spaces will be provided free or for minimal cost as part of an artist residency/fellowship program to actively practicing mid-career artists in Ada and Canyon Counties. Spaces will be awarded based on a juried process according to need and quality of work. Studio residencies will be provided for terms up to one year. The next application opportunity for studio space will be in Winter 2019.

    Office spaces will be provided for cultural organizations serving individual artists in Ada and Canyon County based on availability and their service to individual artists. Flexible meeting spaces will be made available to individual artists and member organizations that serve artists. This space will be conducive for board and committee meetings, collaborating artist discussions, meetings between artists and their clients, play readings, interviews, and more.

    Read more here:

  • The Payette Lakes Fine Art & Craft Fair in McCall, ID is accepting applications for our 28th Annual juried Art Fair!

    Follow this link to apply

    The Payette Lakes Fine Art & Craft Fair has been bringing unique local and national artists to the City of McCall, Idaho for over 25 years. This outdoor, juried, Fine Arts event presents an opportunity to talk with and purchase Art directly from the Artist, experience live music, and enjoy a variety of food vendors under a shaded picnic area. Stroll through the fair and discover unique gifts. You will find log furniture, oil painting, metalwork, stained glass, pottery, fiber arts, inlay, and many other treasures. We pride ourselves on the vendors, featuring over 55 artists from across the country who produce every piece for sale. The festival takes place the 3rd weekend in August in Fairway Park, next to the golf course on Davis Creek. This family event is Free to the public since 1990, with parking available on site.


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