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Black & White

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TVAA’s “Black & White” opens April 6th, 2018 at Boise State Public Radio offices, 220 E. Parkcenter Blvd., Boise.  See 52 pieces of art by 47 artists.  The opening reception is 5:30…

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  • Call to Artists
    Chinese art association is starting a chapter here in Idaho, And they are celebrating with a great show of a Chinese artists and local artists,
    Call here.
    Call to Idaho Artists,

    “Love and Peace — Multicultural Art Exhibition”

    Original works of all mediums will be considered for entry.

    1, Submissions are limited to one (1) art work by sending picture via email to Kai Parry at kaiparry@yahoo.com or caaausa.aari@gmail.com.

    Deadline for submissions is 5:00 p.m., Friday, May 25, 2018

    2, Artists will be notified of selection of works to be included in the exhibition by Monday, May 28, 2018.

    3, Artists who are notified are expected to provide: profile of artist, photo of artist, description of the submitting art work, and high resolution photo of the submitted art work (300 dpi, for album) if possible (encouraged but not obligatory)

    4, Artists are expected to deliver their selected works for the exhibition by Thursday, May 31, 2018 to The Grove Hotel for installation.

    5, Accepted pieces will be display on easels, with introduction during the exhibition. The exhibition begins on Thursday evening (June 7, 2018) with a reception and the exhibition will run through Saturday, June 9, 2018.

    Art work may be for sale with a 20% commission and 6% sales tax taken into consideration. Artists are responsible for delivering and picking up their own work. Please ensure that all works submitted for consideration are in good condition and will withstand ordinary strains of packing and moving around.

    Art work should be brought to the Grove Hotel by June 6. Unsold works are to be picked up on Monday, June 11, 2018.

    To celebrate the launching of Idaho Chapter and to support the annual World Village Festival, we will have a silent auction. A silent auction of Chinese art works from my own collection, from America Art Research Institute, and a celebration piece that will be drawn during reception evening by a Chinese American artist.

    The Grove Hotel is located at 245 Capitol Blvd., Boise, ID 83702 All questions concerning the exhibit and related artists questions should be addressed to either Kai Parry at kaiparry@yahoo.com and 408-832-9193 or Amy Liang at amyliang888@yahoo.com and 208-850-3153.

  • Susan Elcox says:

    Attend a reception to celebrate the works of Susan Elcox. Susan has been a traditional rug hooking artist for 30 years, and she has assembled a collection of works to display at the Cathedral of the Rockies. http://evite.me/4SZ5GhqQkT

  • Sheila Cummins says:

    ART SUPPLIES ON SATURDAYS IN DOWNTOWN BOISE. Idaho Blueprint & Supply, is now open Saturdays from 9-3 for art supplies, drafting supplies, and maps(no printing-retail only). This Saturday, May 12, from 10-2, we will be having a sidewalk make your own card event. Lisa Guerrero of Studio G will be here demonstrating her calligraphy techniques and displaying her work. All materials will be provided. Cards provided by Strathmore. Refreshments will also be provided.

  • Susan Elcox says:

    Attend a reception to celebrate the works of Susan Elcox. Susan has been a traditional rug hooking artist for 30 years, and she has assembled a collection of works to display at the Cathedral of the Rockies.

  • The “Art That’s Small at Eagle City Hall” exhibit is currently on display! It will be on display through May.
    Thank you! fellow TVAA members for your support and participation.
    Thank you! for the quality of art you submitted.

    It is my understanding that there are many City of Eagle “firsts” associated with the exhibit:
    First Themed Exhibit;
    First Juried Exhibit;
    First Cash Award Exhibit; and,
    First Art Reception.

    I think this exhibit would be especially interesting to children, because all the artworks are no bigger than 12″x12″ and many are smaller than that.

    The more I discover about the area, the more I find that we live in a very talented community of fine artists and performing artists.

  • Susan Elcox says:

    Attend a reception to celebrate the works of Susan Elcox. Susan has been a traditional rug hooking artist for 30 years, and she has assembled a collection of works to display at the Cathedral of the Rockies.

  • Mike Chambers says:

    Friends of Zoo Boise invited three finalists to submit proposals to design, fabricate and coordinate the outdoor installation of animal masks for their new Gorongosa National Park Exhibit. The three finalists are Christopher Lutter, Melissa “Sasi” Chambers, and Michael Dente. Please take a moment to review the artists’ proposals and post your comments. Click on the link below, read the proposals, and then scroll to the bottom of the page to post your comments: https://www.boiseartsandhistory.org/blog/2018/04/19/new-zoo-boise-gorongosa-exhibit-request-for-public-comment/

  • Juried Art Show at Old Fort Boise Days June 8-9 sponsored by Parma Art Guild. Open to all artists.

    For more information see our event on Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/2109515775935177/?active_tab=discussion

    Entry Form:
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1N41FPiqwskx1jzuiRysx4S2I9sbGklxnO6DwqUL0SOs/edit?usp=sharing

  • Workshop Opportunity

    ABSTRACTING FROM REALITY: SEEING TO DESIGN

    Lisa Flowers Ross is offering a two day workshop in Boise on May 19, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and May 20, 1 – 4:30 p.m.

    Artists in any media can participate and work with paper collage instead of fabric if they like.

    DESCRIPTION OF WORKSHOP:
    Want to see things in a new way? Try your hand at creating more abstract work? Or just have fun playing with design? This workshop is for you.

    Using their own photos as inspiration, participants will work through several exercises on paper that explore design elements and principles such as shape, repetition and value before working on their project.

    For more information and to sign up, please visit this link: https://mailchi.mp/50e039bc3203/workshop-abstracting-from-reality-1363281
    or email Lisa@lisaflowersross.net

  • 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.

  • DISCOVERY CENTER OF IDAHO ADULT NIGHT!!!

    IN NEED OF AN ARTIST TO DO BODY MARBLING/BODY PAINTING!!! FREE BEER/WINE & FOOD, AND 2 PASSES FOR ARTIST.

    PLEASE CONTACT:

    CYNTHIA: c.mouzis@dcidaho.org
    or
    ASHTEN: a.goodenough@dcidaho.org

  • 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.

    https://www.meetup.com/Treasure-Valley-Printmakers-Alliance/

  • 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 ksternes@idahohumanesociety.org

  • 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: https://alexarosefoundation.org/carnegie-studios-opening/

  • The Idaho Commission on the Arts’ Folk & Traditional Arts Program is offering an apprenticeship opportunity to work with master batik artist Amiri Osman. An apprentice must have a background in art and indicate a commitment to practicing the traditional art form after the apprenticeship has been completed.

    The apprenticeship includes:
    –The opportunity to work with a Congolese batik master.
    –At least 100 hours of personal instruction and mentoring.
    –A public aspect to display the work and discuss the apprenticeship.

    Available immediately!

    For more information, please contact Steven Hatcher, Folk & Traditional Arts Director, Idaho Commission on the Arts– 208-334-2119, steven.hatcher@arts.idaho.gov

    https://www.facebook.com/idahocommissiononthearts/photos/a.233847190019530.50835.142826132454970/1853116788092554/?type=3&theater

  • CALL TO ARTISTS | Eagle Plein Air Festival

    The 2018 Eagle Plein Air Festival registration is open! Painters that register by April 13 will be included as a Featured Artist in the Festival Guide. The first 50 registered get our famous Festival Swag Bag. Register here: https://www.eaglepleinair.com/artists/artist-registration/

    We’ve added lots of exciting new events, workshops and fun for you this year. Saturday June 2 Eagle Summer Plein Air Workshop by Carol Johansen | 9:00am – 5:00pm Sunday June 3 Bonnie Griffith Pastel Painting Boot Camp | 12:00pm – 8:00pm Monday June 4 Artists Welcome Reception | 5:00pm – 7:00pm Tuesday June 5 Competition Begins | 8:00am Art & Wine Pairing Class with Brandon St. Martin | 7:00pm – 8:30pm Wednesday

    More details at http://www.eaglepleinair.com

  • Birds of Prey NCA Partnership (BOPP), its partners and sponsors are hosting the first annual Raptor Fest! at the Indian Creek Winery on June 2nd. Raptor Fest! follows BOPP’s very successful event at JUMP earlier this year – over 1,500 people attended the lively event that kicked off a year of activities celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area, south of Boise. Details on Raptor Fest! and other anniversary events can be found at:

    http://birdsofpreyncapartnership.org

    Over 50 booths will be available for arts and crafts vendors and non-profit groups. Booths will be 10’X10’ for a $50 fee for vendors and free for non-profit groups. The deadline for booth applications is APRIL 30th. Applications will be juried and decided by May 7th. The booth application form can be found at:

    http://birdsofpreyncapartnership.org/raptor-fest-4

    You can also download a PDF of the application at that website and mail it to:

    BIRDS OF PREY NCA PARTNERSHIP
    P.O. BOX 7025, BOISE, ID 83707

    Please direct any questions to Jenna Whitlock at jenna.whitlock@gmail.com

  • CHERRY WOODBURY says:

    CALL TO ARTISTS

    ART AND ROSES SHOW – JUNE 3RD

    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS – APRIL 30TH

    This is a CALL TO ARTISTS who want to show their work in all painting mediums

    Only original art is shown and sold so this makes Art and Roses unique. This will be the 28th year,

    and extensive TV advertising is done so the event is well known.

    The event is in Julia Davis Park and is just one day.

    For More Information Contact 208-433-9705

    Cherry Woodbury

  • 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

    https://www.payettelakesartfair.com/application

    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.

  • Art Source Gallery Call to Artists for the 16th Annual Juried Exhibition

    Art Source Gallery is an Idaho Artist-Owned fine art gallery featuring the works of 44 Idaho artists. We offer quality yet affordable paintings, sculptures, jewelry, pottery and glass art. We are located at 1015 Main in downtown Boise with an Annex at the Boise Air Terminal. Downtown hours are 10-6, Monday-Saturday, open until 9 pm on the First Thursday of the month.

    We invite artists to apply for their chance to win Best in Show, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes in our annual exhibition. Please see the prospectus on our webpage to see if this exhibition is a good fit for you!

    https://artsourcegallery.com/workshop/17878/16th-annual-juried-exhibition

  • Meg says:

    Open Studio Nights Are Back Starting Wednesday

    Join us for this self-directed figure drawing session on Wednesday nights 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Practice drawing from a live model. Bring your own supplies.
    Start with quick 30 second exercises, and move into long 30 minute poses.
    $20/session. 3 person minimum.

    Sign Up Here: https://squareup.com/store/FinerFrames/item/figure-drawing

  • ART THAT’S SMALL AT EAGLE CITY HALL

    The Eagle Arts Commission (EAC) is excited to announce the inaugural Art That’s Small at Eagle City Hall Exhibit! This exhibit will be during the month of May at the Eagle City Hall Gallery. Artwork may include oil, acrylic, watercolor, drawing, mixed media and relief.

    Artwork will be juried. The Honorarium is as follows: First Place: $300.00. Second Place: $200.00. Third Place: $100.00.

    A reception will be held on May 23, 2018, between the hours of
    5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

    Applications are now available at http://www.cityofeagle.org or visit the City Clerk’s Office at Eagle City Hall, 660 East Civic Lane, Eagle, Idaho 83616. Pre-registration deadline is April 22, 2018. For further information call Holly Csencsits at (208)939-6813 or email artscommission@cityofeagle.org .

  • CALL TO ARTISTS: “The Wild is Calling…”
    at The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

    Description of Exhibition: An invitational and juried exhibit of original work in all media inspired
    by the landscape of and experience with wild and scenic rivers. Fine Arts and Crafts that
    exemplifies the beauty and spirit of wild rivers in our world. In celebration the 50th Anniversary
    of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.

    More information here:
    https://www.blm.gov/learn/interpretive-centers/national-historic-oregon-trail-interpretive-center/events-and-programs
    and here:
    https://www.blm.gov/sites/blm.gov/files/orwa-nhotic-wild-calling-entry-form.pdf

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