Create your own announcement with a free Community Post! If you’re an artist you can tell everyone about your upcoming show or workshop, an open studio you’re planning, or even art supplies you have for sale. If you represent an organization you can send a call to artists for a show you’re promoting, provide a link to your job opening for artists, or announce your grant opportunity. The sky’s the limit!

Read our web policy for rules about posting. Scroll to the bottom of the page and submit your Community Post!

 

Community Post

31 Comments

  • Claire Remsberg says:

    CALL TO ARTISTS – Public Art Opportunity
    Bridging the Source: Arts and Payette Lake
    The City of McCall, Idaho, in partnership with the McCall Arts and Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, is seeking qualified artists or arts educator-fabricator teams to create public art for the newly re-built Lardo Bridge at the outlet of beautiful Payette Lake. The artist(s) will engage the McCall community in an arts-based design process that responds to the lake’s role as primary drinking water source, core of McCall’s tourism economy, and the lake’s ecologic health. The project budget is $50,000. Applications are due October 27, 2017. More information and application instructions can be found at: http://www.mccall.id.us/commitees/PAAC.html

  • CALL FOR ARTISTS:

    Currently taking entries for Art Project Boise’s October exhibit at the Owyhee, based on the theme “NATURE.” This includes all things natural…plants, animals, landscapes, etc.

    Artists may submit up to five works for consideration. Please email photos of your ready-to-hang work with title, medium, price, and dimensions to Candy at beautifuldreamerboise@gmail.com. Please also include your contact info.

    Art Project Boise will handle all sales and will receive 20% of purchase price.

    Deadline to apply: September 22nd
    Artist Notification: September 23rd
    Artwork delivered by artist to The Owyhee: September 28th
    Artwork picked up by artist from The Owyhee: October 26th

  • VIVID Artist Spaces is scheduled to open November 1st in the new Gem Center for the Arts, located at 2417 W. Bank Dr., near Vista and Overland. We still have a few studio spaces left plus an 800sf classroom where you can teach classes! Email us at info@vividartistspaces.org for more information.

  • Len Klikunas says:

    Call for Artists
    Los Angeles Art Association’s 2017 Open Show
    LAAA’s national survey exhibition featuring
    the very best in emerging art.

    Juried by Anna Katz, Assistant Curator at MOCA

    Deadline to submit: Saturday, October 14, 2017
    Open to all artists of all media
    ONLINE SUBMISSION ONLY

    Reception: Saturday, December 16, 2017, 6 – 9pm
    Show Runs: December 16, 2017 – January 12, 2018
    Location: Gallery 825 – 825 N. La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles CA 90069
    Deliver Accepted Work: Saturday, December 9, 10 am to 5 pm
    Pick-up Unsold Work: Saturday, January 13, 2018, 10 am to 5 pm

    PS I highly recommend this venue if you have the $50. Len Klikunas

  • Farrah says:

    Friday Sept 15th
    6-9pm

    We will be featuring local artist:
    Cherry Woodbury.
    PLUS…
    * Complimentary chocolate
    * Wine Specials
    * Delicious Authentic Greek food

    Meraki Greek Street Food
    345 S 8th Street
    (in downtown Boise in between Five Guys and PF Changs)

  • The Northwest Nazarene University Friesen Galleries along with Hill Street Studios/TRACK 13 have partnered to produce a contemporary art show titled ExTRACKtion, which features a variety of approaches to art depicting trains, the Nampa depot, and graffiti.  They will be co-hosting the opening of the show on September 12th, 2017 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Brandt Center on the NNU campus. There will be live demonstrations of graffiti painting as well as improvised music by David Gluck, Camden Hughes, and NNU students and alumni. The show opens September 12, 2017 and runs until October 12.
    AT: Friesen Galleries
    Brandt Center, Upper Level
    623 S. University Drive
    Nampa, ID 83686
    Gallery hours: M-F 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    For more information, find us on Facebook:
    ExTRACKtionNNU
    Friesen Galleries NNU ART
    TRACK 13 Nampa

    contact:
    Mike Bartlett, NNU Dept. of Art & Design | (208) 467-8259
    
Betty Mallorca, Hill Street Studios/TRACK 13 | 310-251-2336 cell

    13 12th Avenue S., Nampa ID 83651

  • Betty Hayzlett says:

    Call for artist: Art Source Gallery, a cooperative art gallery in downtown Boise, is seeking a 3-D artist. The application form and more information about the position are available on the Gallery’s website: http://www.artsourcegallery.com/articles.

    • abceverylittlething says:

      You are invited to Art in The Yard
      Saturday, September 9 at 4:30 PM – 10 PM
      4878 N. Anchor Ave

      Please join us for an exhibition of wonderful work by Boise artists:

      Lynn Fraley
      Pam McKnight
      Susan Rooke
      Wendy Wooding
      Nancy Panganiban
      Jaki Katz Ashford

      Also Featuring the cultivated delights of Syringa Winery! (tastings and cash wine bar will be available)

      Plus live music by Kitchen Snycopation!

      Plenty of free parking.

  • The PETER S. REED FOUNDATION NY, NY awarded a 2017 artist grant to me.

    I realize many factors lead up to and form the foundation for this kind of incredible (to me) recognition. This is coming at such a crucial point in my development.

    So here’s a big, grateful, thank-you to everyone who knows me and has kindly supported me at TVAA over the years financially and otherwise!

    Best, Len

  • Meg Glasgow says:

    CALL FOR ARTISTS: Finer Frames is now accepting artist submissions for our holiday show
    Fine Art in Miniature and annual gallery review
    Application Deadline is October 6
    Follow this link for application information: http://finerframes.com/call-for-artists-fine-art-in-miniature-holiday-show/

    FINER FRAMES, 164 E State Street | Suite B, Eagle, ID 83616

  • gemcenterforthearts says:

    The Gem Center for the Arts and VIVID Artist Spaces will host a fun FREE, PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE/PARTY Friday, August 25 from 6:00-9:00 pm at 2417 Bank Drive in Boise. The event will be held outdoors behind the building. We will have a band, food trucks, blow up slide, hands-on art for kids, and so on. The Gem Center for the Arts is excited for the public to tour the building during the event. Please attend and invite friends and family!

    CALL TO ARTISTS: Please exhibit your artwork in the building during the open house and during the stakeholder social on August 24. There are 4 floors and lots of wall space. We will have hammer and nails available. There is plenty of floor space for 3-D work, but no pedestals. If you want to exhibit video or multi-media work, or have any questions, please contact Marisa at gemcenterforthearts@gmail.com. Please advertise your work with your name, contact information, and sale price if for sale.

    WHERE: 2417 Bank Drive, just East of Vista between Overland and Kootenai.

    ART DROP OFF TIME: THURSDAY AUGUST 24 FROM NOON TO 4:00 PM

    ART PICK UP TIME: FRIDAY AUGUST 25 FROM 9-10:00 PM OR SATURDAY AUGUST 26 NOON TO 2:00 PM

    If possible, please email and let us know how many pieces and approximate sizes you will be exhibiting. (gemcenterforthearts@gmail.com)

  • You’re invited to the opening reception of my show Ghost Hunting. Twenty-seven new works will be on display.

    The show is located at Evermore Prints, 780 W. Main Street in Boise. The opening reception is from 5 pm till 9 pm. Appetizers will be served and there’s a no-host bar. The first drink is free!

    You’ll have a chance to purchase original art and high quality giclée prints. This exhibition runs through the month of August.

    Here’s a link to the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1189797384459108/?acontext=%7B%22source%22%3A5%2C%22page_id_source%22%3A538513706229108%2C%22action_history%22%3A%5B%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22main_list%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22%7B%5C%22page_id%5C%22%3A538513706229108%2C%5C%22tour_id%5C%22%3Anull%7D%22%7D%5D%2C%22has_source%22%3Atrue%7D

    See you there!

  • A friend of a friend is looking for an artist who could give them lessons in using the medium of pen and ink. I told her I’d ask around. I hope you are out there! Thanks, Betty

  • Canyon Acoustic Music Festival is looking for family friendly artists for August 26th 2017. Please email jenniferwarn@yahoo.com or call 208.353.2678. Looking for those wanting to display there pieces of all types for purchase by public. Vendors spot fee is 30.00 per 10×10 wanted and is an annual fundraising event for Advocates Against Family Violence. Vendors spaces can be shared as well

  • Two great workshops upcoming in Sun Valley and a few spots left: master painters G. Russell Case, August 1-4 and Matt Smith, August 14-17. Please contact Kathy Marsh Riedinger for more info: kmriedinger@gmail.com or (303) 809-9425

  • We are hosting our one year anniversary and 2nd annual photo contest at Studio Boise Photography Center on July 8th. There are 17 local photographers being exhibited and this night is the final voting round. The public votes on their favorite photo from 6-8pm. Winner wins $1,000 and is announced that same night. Live music, beer, wine, and local art. Free event. Open to the public and all ages. Email me if you have any questions or for more details visit: http://www.studioboise.org/annualcontest | denise.ramirez@studioboise.org

  • Birgit says:

    I will be having my first solo art exhibition (predominantly photography) at The Front Porch, 4902 W. Chinden Blvd, Garden City, this Friday, June 30th, from 7 pm to 9 pm. There will be live music, and light refreshments and drinks will be served. The building is on the corner of 49th and Chinden, right next to the Army/Navy Store. I am a new member of TVAA, and look forward to meeting some of my peers!

  • The Nampa Art Guild encourages a group of plein aire painters each Wednesday while weather lasts. We visit various sites in and around the Treasure Valley. It is mighty informal. We begin at 8:00 am to beat the heat. We break about 11:30 for lunch and creative critiquing and go back to painting, or . . . There is no charge. You needn’t be a member of the Nampa Art Guild to join us. If interested, get on the list serve by e-mailing Mike Sessions messions9@gmail.com.

    Wednesday the 28 we paint at Wilson Springs in Nampa. Come on down and bring your favorite painting gear and your lunch.
    Mike

  • Kylene Collette says:

    Opportunity for mural at Idaho Supreme Court. Something along the lines of what is in Freak Alley. Please contact Becky Cowan at BCowan@idcourts.net if you are interested. I don’t know how much budget they have available- but would be a good showcase spot.

  • Boise State’s Department of Art is offering offering two exciting 3 credit graduate level courses students can take or audit this summer and/or fall as a post-baccalaureate, degree seeking, or non-degree seeking student. Participants must first apply to the Boise State Graduate College. Credits can be transferred into our MA program, and other graduate degrees.

    Please see the attached course flyers for more information, and feel free to contact me with questions.

    Here is the link to Boise State’s Graduate College: https://graduatecollege.boisestate.edu

    SUMMER 2017

    ART 521 Teaching Through Experimental Art Media (2 week intensive)

    Course # 42449

    June 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 + July 1, and July 5, 6 & 7. (OFF for July 2-4.)
    9am – 2pm (30 min break for lunch)

    Instructor: Anna Matejcek

    Varied and unique experimental art processes and media to be used in conjunction with creative teaching techniques that emphasize critical thinking skills and the development of new or enriched art(s) curricula for K-12. Students will solve procedural problems and adapt art media to teaching experiences

    No prior art coursework required.

    FALL 2017
    ART 597 Special Topics: Museum Education: Theory & Practice

    Course # 76383

    Professor Kathleen Keys / Thursdays: 5 – 7:30pm

    This course will explore museum and gallery education theory and practice through a variety of exercises and readings. Students will develop and offer informal educational experiences related to exhibitions in the Department of Art’s Visual Arts Center, and the Boise State’s AHI Gallery. 10 hours of fieldwork required.

    No prior art coursework required.

  • NAC says:

    A student at the Idaho Arts Charter School is looking for a mentor in the art community in Nampa or in Boise for her senior project next year. She is looking for a practicing artist who has had some experience with selling original artwork, or selling prints, or licensing artwork on various products (stickers, clothing, comics, skate gear, etc.). Do you know anyone who might be willing to mentor a young and very responsible and talented student artist? Please contact Jared Austin (art teacher at Idaho Arts Charter School), at jared.austin@idahoartscharter.org

  • Theresa Burkes says:

    This is a beautiful street mural and will be great fun to paint.

  • Jane Tharpe says:

    VIVID Artist Spaces is gaining momentum, and fast! Come hear what VIVID is all about and how we aim to support working artists in Boise. We’ll discuss ways that you can get involved, as well as how you can be among the first to reserve a studio space in our awesome, well-lit building! Bring a friend or two and come see what the future holds for Boise artists!.

    Wondering WHERE we’re meeting? We’ll be releasing that info soon! Mark your calendars and stay tuned for the big building reveal!

    Follow our page for more updates and info!
    https://www.facebook.com/VIVIDArtistSpaces/

  • Helen Winegarner says:

    Call for artists

    ECLIPSE: Intersection of Art and Science

    July 28- October 2, 2017

    Dear Artists,

    The Challis Arts Council has plans for an upcoming multimedia show to “Celebrate the Total Eclipse of the Sun”. This show will celebrate the remarkable astronomical which will darken the skies of central Idaho on August 21 st , 2017. Challis is within the zone of totality so we expect many visitors.

    How can you express this event in your art? Is it an interplay of dark and light? Is it life and death? Can you marry art and science in your work? We are looking for—but not limited to—paintings, photographs, glass art, leather work, metal art, ceramic art, wood carvings, furniture, fiber arts, jewelry, printmaking and more.

    1. Please contact the Challis Arts Council or Helen Winegarner by July 1st stating your intent to join the show. If possible, provide a list of items and photographs that you will include in the show. Otherwise please provide information on the types of work that you will submit and number of pieces. This will give us time to write a press release.

    2. Art needs to be at the gallery by July 21st. Please include an inventory of works with title, price and media. The Challis Arts Council has an inventory form, which will be provided.

    3. Artists are limited to 5 to 7 pieces. The gallery reserves the right to limit the number of pieces displayed depending on the number of submissions. Pieces not displayed will be held in inventory and used to replace items, which have been sold.

    4. The opening is July 28 th from 6pm to 8pm at the Maddog Gallery.

    5. All sales will be handled by the Challis Arts Council with the Council keeping 30% of the retail price for members and 40% for non-members. Basic memberships are $25.

    Other levels of membership are also available. Sales from the show will be paid out after the show ends. Challis Arts Council Membership form is attached with this e-mail.

    6. You are welcome to bring promotional material that you have such as business cards, brochures and post cards etc.

    7. We will take down the show on October 3th . You can pick up your work on the 6th or make arrangements for pick up.

    In early August Challis is host to the Braun Brothers Reunion music festival which brings thousands of people to Challis from all over the country. In addition, there will be numerous visitors for the actual eclipse. August will be a busy month in Challis and a marvelous opportunity to showcase your works to national and international visitors.

    Regards,

    Helen Winegarner hslkwinegarner@yahoo.com

    If you have any questions, e-mail the CAC @ challisarts@custertel.net or Helen

  • 360 XOCHI QUETZAL is an artist and writer’s residency located on enchanting and inspiring Lake Chapala, Mexico. International writers, playwrights, visual artists, fiber artists, filmmakers, photographers, new media artists, dancers and musicians are all welcome to apply for a FREE 1-MONTH RESIDENCY from Dec 14, 2017 – Jan 13, 2018.

    Applications are due July 30, 2017 thru CAFÉ http://www.callforentry.org

    We also have a personal residency program for artists and writers who need longer periods of creative time (1 – 6 months) throughout the year. For more details visit: http://www.360xochiquetzal.com/personal-residency-overview/

    You will fall in love with Lake Chapala!

    Visit our new website: http://www.360xochiquetzal.com

  • Michelle says:

    CALL FOR ARTISTS | Art Festival at Vizcaya Winery | Sunday July 30 | 12pm – 6pm

    Join us for our first outdoor art festival at the beautiful Vizcaya Winery. Click Here for more details about the show. Application deadline is Friday June 16.

    Booths will be set up in the grass outside the tasting room. It is recommended to bring shade tents that are weighted down. There is room for 25 artist booths at 10′ by 10′. No power is available. Booth fee is $35. No commissions will be taken. Vizcaya Winery, located just 7 miles south of the Ten-Mile/I-84 exit, is owned and operated by Larry and Kay Hansen.

    To apply visit: http://finerframes.com/art-festival-at-vizcaya-winery-sunday-july-30/

    Questions? Call Michelle at Finer Frames 208-888-9898 or email gallery@finerframes.com

  • Jane Rohling says:

    Hello TVAA members, I am looking for potential illustrators who might be interested in working with me occasionally on interpretive projects. I an an interpretive planner/designer/writer/photographer and much of my work is interpretive trail, scenic byway signage and small exhibit projects related to natural and cultural history, recreation and tourism. I occasionally need an illustrator for projects and the ones I’ve worked with in the past are mostly retired now. So, I’m looking for talent. You must be able to illustrate interpretive text on a variety of subjects with attention to scientific and historical accuracy being very important. Sometimes I might want line art, but usually I will be looking for full-color illustrations (the original artwork could be in a variety of media–acrylic, watercolor, oils, etc.) I’m working on a couple of proposals NOW that have to be submitted very SOON, there may be other opportunities in the future. If you’re interested in learning more, please email me at jrcomarts@gmail.com or call me at 208-938-3529 (home/office). I look forward to finding some great new collaborators!

POST YOUR ANNOUNCEMENT HERE: