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  • Hello everyone,
    Dr. Louis Peck, now deceased, was a founding member of the art department at Boise State. Dr. Peck was also very active in the McCall community at one time. Idaho writer Christian Winn is working on a book about Dr. Peck and looking for stories and experiences you might have to share about Dr. Peck.

    If you have something to share, please contact Christian at or 208-830-9995.

    Thank you,

  • Jane Fish says:

    I’m looking to join or create a small artist support group. Not to critique work, but to support producing art, explore art history and artists, discuss technique, go to shows, support showing art, etc. Please contact Jane at if you know of something I could join or are interested in starting something new. Thanks!

  • Kay Seurat says:

    I have 2 studio spaces available for rent in SE Boise.

    The smaller one is appr 10’x12′ and could be used by one or shared with another artist. It will rent for $350 – $500 depending on the number of renters and what it’s used for.

    The larger one is appr 10’x20′ and will be great for one or shared with a few artists. It would also be great for holding classes.
    It will rent for $500+ depending on the number of renters and what it’s used for. Rates for classes TBD.

    You can see some photos on craigslist (link below), send me a message at or text me at 208-336-3914 for more information and to set up a time to take a look.

    And feel free to share if you know someone looking for a place to make art!

    craigslist post:

  • TVAA says:

    The TVAA website needs YOU! Do you have an awesome photo of you at a TVAA event, like a members meeting, a TVAA exhibition opening, a board meeting or a committee meeting? Please email your publishable photos to me at and I’ll do some light curating and editing. I’m hoping to get a bunch of your best shots to put on the home page. DEADLINE: May 1, 2023. – Mike

  • Lianna Hamby says:

    The Boise City Department of Arts & History is inviting artists or artist teams to submit qualifications to lead the design and integration of artwork for a new public site located at 521 W Grove St, Boise ID. One artist or artist team will be selected and awarded $300,000 to collaborate with the project design team, provide input on park amenity design, engage with community members to inform art concepts, develop design options for artwork(s), formalize the design and respond to feedback, fabricate the work, and transport the work to the site.

    This call is open to established artists residing in the United States. Idaho artists are strongly encouraged to apply. Artists must be at least 18 years of age.

    Artists can apply here:

  • Debra Curry says:

    Hi, Debra Curry here! I’d like to invite you all to drop by the Meridian Library during April to view the paintings I have exhibited there in their solo display area. Alway open to constructive criticism, I welcome any comments regarding my work. Just drop an email to me at Hope you all have a creative day!

  • Hi TVAA Artists! I want to share this with you:

    The Meridian Arts Commission invites visual artists and artist groups to submit their work for display at Initial Point Gallery on the third floor of Meridian City Hall. The gallery displays are one-to-two-month long exhibits that are juried by the Meridian Arts Commission and feature a variety of artwork from all mediums including painting, photography, sculpture and more. The deadline to apply is Friday, June 2, 2023 at 5:00PM. For more information and to apply to the call, visit

    Initial Point Gallery is on the third floor of Meridian City Hall, directly across from the Mayor’s Office reception area. The carpeted gallery, filled with natural light, features about 100 feet of wall space for the display of two-dimensional art, as well as four hand-crafted display cases for the exhibition of three-dimensional works of art. The gallery is open weekdays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, excluding federal holidays. Admission to the gallery is free and open to the public. For more information about the gallery and upcoming exhibits, visit

  • TVAA says:

    This is a reminder that Community Posts are available to everyone. Do you have an art opportunity to share? Is there a workshop that would be of interest to local artists? Do you have an exhibition that you’d like to announce? Go to the Community Post page on the TVAA website, scroll to the bottom of the page and post your announcement. All posts are moderated by TVAA.

  • Susan Elcox says:

    Join me, your fellow Alliance Member, Susan Elcox, at this exhibition/workshop showcasing over 100 hooked rugs on the theme of fairy tales. During the pandemic me and my fellow Certified McGown Rug Hooking Teachers got together to create this show based upon fairy tale illustrations that has passed into the public domain. July 7th will be the exhibition (with lots of activities for kids as well) and July 8th will be three workshops. All skill levels welcome. Registration for the workshops closes on May 15. This link provides you a flyer each on the the show and the classes. Scroll down until you see the flyers for Boise.

  • Pam McKnight says:

    Opportunity to teach your craft and you will be paid!
    We’re looking for more artists and writers (and others!) who are interested in teaching classes at the Cat! Crafts to fine arts, beginner to advanced, for children or adults, writing, summer camp classes, and special topics (foraging and other nature-based classes, for instance) are all welcome.
    Come earn an extra income while you give back to (y)our community!
    Flexible schedule and an encouraging environment!
    Reach out to share your ideas for a class that you think the community will enjoy!


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