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  • Kay Seurat says:

    Urban Gallery, Urban Land Development and the Garden City Live-Work-Create District have a Call to Artists going out today. Check Facebook and Instagram for Urban Gallery posts.
    Hard copies will be available at the Urban Gallery for First Friday, April 5.
    This Call is offering artists an entire side of the Urban Gallery building at 214 East 34th St. in Garden City, to use as a canvas for their art.

  • Shea Sutton says:

    Boise Weekly is holding our annual Big le Boise block party on Saturday June, 1st. This block party is held in conjunction of our Best of Boise publication and is from 2 pm – 8 pm on 5th & Broad Streets. Booth spaces are available for this event to anyone who would like to show and sell their art and/or crafts. Please email to request a packet of information.

  • Gallery 55 in McCall had a fabulous February, even with all the snow or maybe because of the snow. McCall has been very busy. We currently have openings April and May for one or two guest artists each month, and the guest artist rent is discounted for those two months. Instead of paying $75, you pay only $50.  We also have openings for 2D artists. To see the terms and apply for either, go to and check out the Guest Artists and Membership pages. Do you have questions? Email us at

  • Holly says:

    The Eagle Arts Commission Presents

    Art That’s Small at Eagle City Hall Exhibit

    No art piece is larger than 12″ x 12″

    Registration Deadline is March 31, 2019

    For more information visit:

  • Join us for the Land Art Exhibit Opening March 16 at the Idaho Botanical Garden!

    The Idaho Botanical Garden presents an Art Opening for a major new site-specific Land Art Exhibit at the Garden on Saturday, March 16, 2-4 pm. This is a free event.

    This exciting exhibit showcases 10 ephemeral works using natural materials by local artists Elizabeth Dickey, Alek de Dóchas, Dyan Ferren, Michele Lesica, Jennifer Mahlum, Helen McGill, Lisa Pisano, Claire Remsberg, Heather Wright, and Ace Zappa. Artists will be present to discuss their work.

    This is the Idaho Botanical Garden’s first ever Land Art Exhibit! This exciting exhibit 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.

    The exhibit will be on display at the Idaho Botanical Garden, March 16 through April 30, during regular Garden hours. The public is encouraged to visit the Garden and experience each of the unique creations.

    Executive Director Erin Anderson explains “The Garden serves as an outdoor art gallery, and we exhibit many sculptures on the Garden grounds. We are thrilled to bring these works to the Garden!”

    The Idaho Botanical Garden provides a full garden experience for all ages that enhances community quality of life through plant collections, education programs, and entertainment, cultural and community events.

    “We grow our community by connecting people, plants and nature” Erin shares “I look forward to seeing our guests gather in the Garden in March!”

  • Holly says:

    Call for Artists to Exhibit work at Eagle Galleries

    The Eagle Arts Commission is pleased to provided artists working in 2D and 3D with the opportunity to display their work at the gallery locations during 2019-2020. Artists who are new to public art are encouraged to apply.

    Deadline to enter is March 15, 2019 at 5:00 pm.

    For more information please visit .


  • Marie Voth says:

    Shapes & Shadow – Figure Drawing

    Sharpen your pencils and join the Treasure Valley’s only independent figure drawing class!

    Held weekly on Saturday’s from 2-4PM at The Gem Center for the Arts
    Find us on social media using @ssfiguredrawing or at our website:

  • Jane Tharpe says:

    GEM ANNUAL GALA FUNDRAISER PARTY – February 21st, 6PM-9PM. Please joins for a packed, fun-filled night to support the Gem Center for the Arts.
    Free admission, Tickets for events and happenings at the event.

    Performances by:
    Homerown Theatre
    Opal Theatre
    Boise Bard Theatre
    Rocky Mtn High School Theatre
    Ridgeview High School Theatre
    Kuna High School Theatre
    Fuse Dance Company
    Star Belly Dance Company
    Comedian Matt Bragg
    and more!

    Magic & illusions by Jen Adams
    Lounge at the End of the Universe
    2417 immersive art experience
    Artist throw down competition
    VIVID open studios
    Home/Land Exhibit
    BSU Virtual Reality projects
    Live Auction
    Arts & Crafts for Kids (and adults)
    and more!

  • CALL TO ARTISTS: The Meridian Arts Commission (MAC) and Meridian Fire Department (MFD) invite artists to prepare proposals for a public art project that would be installed in front of Fire Station #6, which will be constructed at 1435 W. Overland Road and completed around March 2020. The Request for Proposals for Meridian Fire Department’s Fire Station #6 Public Art Project can be found online through the City’s website:


  • Artists:
    1. Opportunity to work with live model Rachel Blach in one, two, or all three “long pose” sessions for portrait, or other. Bring your own equipment. Refrigerator, microwave available, or lunch on your own Saturday.
    2. February 22-23 Friday the 22nd: 6:30-9:30 pm
    Saturday the 23rd: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
    2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
    3. Each session is $15 or all three for $40.
    4. Reserve your place. Room for 12 artists on first come/first served basis. Open to all artists 16 yrs. And over. Model will be clothed/costumed.
    Sessions Fine Art 208-573-8408
    518 14th Avenue (corner of 14th Ave. and Everett)
    Caldwell, ID 83605

  • Lisa Jarussi-Smith says:

    Curating Curiosities: A Community Visual Arts Exhibit

    Curating Curiosities is a community visual arts exhibit in the JUMP Lobby that gives the public a chance to view local artwork of different types including paintings, drawings and photography. We invite participating artists to be present during First Thursdays in the Lobby, and if interested to share their inspiration and background with the community during a Connecting Community. Local artists of all levels and backgrounds are invited to submit works of art that will be displayed in the JUMP Lobby for approximately three weeks.

    Application available at:

  • The International Sculpture Center (ISC), is seeking panel proposals for the 29th International Sculpture Conference in Portland, OR this October 12-15, 2019. This conference will feature the annual ISC littleSCULPTURE show, ARTSlams and breakout sessions, engaging panel discussions, evening parties, hands-on workshops, a keynote address, open studios and gallery hops, optional art and culture trips, public art tours and visits to nearby sculpture sites, and more.

    Panel topics include:

    · Redefining Sculpture in the Digital Age

    · Asian Influences in Contemporary Sculpture

    · Muddy Waters: Bridging the Classic and Contemporary Gap

    · 4Collecting and Collections

    · Makers in the Margins

    · The Life of Public Art

    · The Art of Learning and Teaching Sculpture

    · Green Only: The Impact Art Has on the Environment

    · Technical Talks/Workshops

    · Wild Card

    The abstract submission deadline is March 14, 2019. All accepted submissions will be notified by May 2019.

    To submit a proposal and learn more information, please visit the conference website: .

  • The Mona Lisa Roberts Visual Arts Fellowship supports a visual artist (graphic novelist/comics artist, painter, photographer, fabric artist, paper artist, etc.) who self-identifies as LGBTQ and lives in the Pacific Northwest (Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington) or the provinces of western Canada (British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon). This fellowship funds a two-week residency during summer (June, July, or August) and transit from Seattle, Portland, or points between. Depending on the medium and artist’s preference, they can work in the studio room where they sleep, spread out in the gym, or improvise outdoors. Feel free to contact us about space needs before applying

  • Call for Artists to Create Eagle Saturday Market Poster

    Calling all artists! The City of Eagle, the Eagle Saturday Market and the Eagle Arts Commission are pleased to announce the Eagle Saturday Market 2019 Poster Contest. This call for artists, illustrators, and designers is open to everyone regardless of age or experience and includes individuals or teams. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, March 6, 2019 by 5:00 p.m. (MST. The artist(s) of the winning entry will be awarded $500.

    For more information visit


  • Now Accepting Grant Applications for Artistic or Cultural Events and or Education and Music Projects

    The Commission is now accepting applications from organizations, or individuals, seeking funding for projects or education that will enhance the artistic atmosphere and musical environment in the Eagle Community. Total funding available is $10,000. However, several funding options including full funding, partial or denial may be awarded. Applications are due by January 31, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. (MST).

    For more information visit


  • Call for Photographers “Eagle is Home” Postcard

    Calling all photographers! The Eagle Arts Commission (EAC) is pleased to provide photographers the opportunity to submit photographs for an exclusive Eagle postcard project followed by a photographic exhibition to be held at City Hall in July 2019. The theme is “Eagle Is Home.” Submissions must depict images of structures, locations or events unique to Eagle. Four (4) creative individuals will be selected. The four (4) photographs that are chosen, will be used to create an “Eagle Is Home” 4”x6” postcard. The postcards will then be sold to the public. The selected photographers will each be awarded $ 200.00 for their winning submission. Deadline for submittals is Friday, February 22, 2019 at 5:00 p.m., Mountain Standard Time (MST).

    For more information visit


  • We Art Women 2019 Juried Exhibition

    We Art Women is an event by women for women that aims to entertain, enlighten and give back to the community through music and art. Support the Women & Children’s Alliance at the return of this long-standing fundraising event with a silent auction, live auction, and month-long art exhibition. The 2019 event will take place at Art Source Gallery.

    Juried Exhibition Information
    Thank you so much for helping us support the Women’s and Children’s Alliance! We have a lot planned for this event and are excited for you to be a part of it. You can find out more about this amazing charity you are supporting by visiting
    In 1995, Rocci Johnson began “A Celebration of the Women in the Arts” at Hannah’s in downtown Boise as a benefit for the Women’s and Children’s Alliance that combats domestic abuse. The name changed to We Art Women and moved to the Esther Simplot Center for Performing Arts in 2007, and then the VAC in 2008-2011.

    Juror: Zella Bardsley
    Zella is a mixed metal and mixed media artist represented by 12 Pacific Northwest Galleries. She has had a 30 year full time career as an artist and juried many shows as well as served as a juror for gallery membership for many years.
    Zella was the visual arts chair for the Celebration of the Women in Arts from 2003- 2006 and We Art Women from 2007-2011. Find more information at

    The exhibition will be one month – April 1st – May 3rd. Opening reception for the exhibition will be First Thursday, April 4th from 5-9 pm. Artists are encouraged to attend. The We Art Women Event will take place on April 11th, 2019 from 5-9 p.m. There will be a silent auction and a live auction of donated art. Accepted artists will receive one ticket to attend. The party will have live entertainment by Rocci Johnson, a photo booth by Photo Booth Boise, Indian Creek Winery will be on-site and a special surprise guest!

    There is a jury fee of $15, please make checks payable to the WCA and send to

    We Art Women
    Art Source Gallery
    1015 Main St.

    OR – Artist may choose to donate art to our silent auction in exchange of paying jury fee. 100% of sales from the silent auction are donated to the Women’s and Children’s Alliance. Please follow this link (or copy and paste into your browser) and fill out the donation form.

    Your application is not considered complete until the fee or donation form are collected.
    Please do not submit art larger than 24″ x 36″. Images should be in .jpg format no larger than 1 MB.
    30% of sales form the Juried Exhibition will be donated to the WCA (with the option to donate remainder if artist chooses to do so.)

    All 2-D work must be wire hung – no sawtooth hangers. Once work has been accepted into the Juried Exhibition, no changing out art or changes in price will be accepted. Art Source Gallery and We Art Women are not responsible for any loss or damage to the art.

    Deadline to enter this exhibition is March 15th.

    No, you do not have to have or have had a uterus to apply. This event is run by women, for women, but anyone who loves women can help women.

    For application and more info, go to:

  • Crossroads Carnegie Art Center in Baker City, Oregon.

    Call For Artists to exhibit work as a featured artist during one month in 2020.

    Deadline to enter is February 28, 2019.

    Find all the entry details and information about Crossroads on the following link.

    Please contact me with any questions.