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  • Mary McInnis says:

    I brought two large, wooden shipping crates with me when I moved down here (filled with paintings, of course!) and I would like to give them to someone who can use them. One holds up to 30″ x 40″ and the other holds up to 36″ x 40″. They are very sturdy and free to anyone who wants them. You can contact me if you are interested or would like a picture of them.

  • Contribute to Betty Mallorca’s project “How Many is 200,000?”

    Please print the form found HERE:,

    Fill it out, and

    Return a scan or photo of it to me using THIS LINK:

  • Call to Artists – Idaho Botanical Garden Land Art Exhibit 2021

    This Idaho Botanical Garden’s annual Land Art Exhibit and features works using natural materials such as clay, leaves, seeds, stones, wood, and wool. These pieces challenge artists to think about creating art that does not permanently occupy a space. Due to the nature of these natural art pieces, the display will decay and decompose over time.

    Now calling all artists that have a love for both art and nature. Applications for the 2021 exhibit are due Oct 30, 2020.

    The exhibit will be on display at the Idaho Botanical Garden, spring 2021.

    More info here:

  • Idaho Botanical Garden is looking for artists for its 2021 Land Art Exhibit. Deadline for application is October 30,2020. Email for details.

  • Holly C. says:

    Call for Street Artists – Eagle Arts Commission

    The Eagle Arts Commission invites artists to apply for an art competition. Six (6) artists will be selected. The competition will be located on the North Channel pedestrian underpass retaining walls. The artists should choose how to address their assigned space and will have 16 hours (2 days) to complete their work. The artwork should complement the space, serve to highlight the unique qualities of the Greenbelt as well as life in the City of Eagle. Potential themes for the work are recreational activities, the river or the history of the area. Generous awards!

    For more information visit:


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