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  • Gallery Fifty-Five in McCall has openings for 3D artists. If interested, please see https://galleryfiftyfive.com/membership/.

  • Moments: A Juried Art Exhibition at BluEye Gallery, Nampa

    BluEye Gallery seeks entries for a juried art exhibition, “Moments,” December 19th, 2019- February 12th 2020.

    We invite artists to find inspiration and meaning from their moments—either real, or imagined ones.

    Deadline: November 30th, 2019.

    No application fee.

    Submit up to 5 images.

    More info contact Info@blueye.art
    http://www.blueye.art

    APPLY:
    https://airtable.com/shrLk5kmeV83O1yGV

  • Claire Remsberg says:

    Art Source Gallery in downtown Boise has openings for artists of 2D and 3D mediums and jewelry (presently no openings for watercolors or photography, however). If you are interested in becoming a member, you can find more information and an online application form at
    https://artsourcegallery.com/ArticleDetail/2268.
    Please contact Steph Teeter (steph@endurance.net) if you have any questions.

  • Claire Remsberg says:

    Public Art for Downtown McCall, ID
    Call to Artists

    The City of McCall is seeking an artist or artist-team to engage the community in the design and creation of public artwork to complement the recent reconstruction of its downtown core.

    Application Deadline for request for qualifications (RFQ):
    Monday, November 25, 2019

    Budget: $60,000

    Project Intent: The City of McCall, in Idaho’s West Central Mountains, invites artists to apply for an opportunity to design and fabricate artwork to complement the recently-completed reconstruction of 2nd Street at the heart of the city’s downtown core.

    Mail or deliver applications to:
    City of McCall
    Att: Downtown Public Art
    216 E Park Street
    McCall, Idaho 83638

    Questions:
    Delta James
    Economic Development
    Phone: 208.634.7142
    djames@mccall.id.us

    For more information, click here:
    https://www.mccall.id.us/public-art
    or here:
    https://www.mccall.id.us/media/Committees/PAAC/Call%20to%20Artists%20-%20Downtown%20McCall%20Idaho.pdf

  • Claire Remsberg says:

    John Killmaster is offering an enameling workshop in Boise.

    Introduction to enamel fired on steel and copper, large and small hammered metal shapes. We will also explore porcelain enamel, enamel crayons, enamel watercolor, along with scrafitto drawing and oil enamel techniques. Come and learn from Master enamellist Professor John Killmaster. Please call to reserve you space in the class.

    DATES: October 15th & 16th, 2019

    TIME: 10:30am to 4:00pm

    PLACE: Art Zone 208, 3113 N. Cole Road, Boise (behind Library at Cole & Ustick)

    COST: $50/day ($100 for both days)

    BRING: Yourself

    REGISTRATION: You can let John know you are coming (john.killma@gmail.com) or call Art Zone (208-322-9464) to register, or just show up.

    Please forward this to anyone you think might be interested.

  • Claire says:

    Attention TVAA Members:

    Correction to the “OPUS” juried show prospectus:

    “There is no size limit (within reason). Please contact the curator if you plan to enter something exceptionally huge and have questions.”

    The pop-up note that suggested otherwise was residual from the from for an earlier show. Apologies for any confusion and thanks to those who alerted to the error. If you have already entered but would like to change your entry based on this new information, please re-enter here:
    https://old.treasurevalleyartistsalliance.org/opus/

    Deadline for entries for the “OPUS” is September 6, 2019 Midnight

    Claire Remsberg
    TVAA Curator

  • Openings at Gallery Fifty-Five:

    Gallery Fifty-Five in McCall has an opening for a 3D artist. Be part of a dynamic artist cooperative gallery located on beautiful Payette Lake. Benefit from exceptional regional marketing. Apply at galleryfiftyfive.com/membership/.

    Or be our guest for the month at Gallery Fifty-Five. Apply at galleryfiftyfive.com/guest-artists/.

  • Sorry so last minute: INK & BRUSH CLASSES THIS SAT/SUN/MON from 9:30am to 12:30pm at Gem 3rd floor gallery.

    Learn about the power of line by brush. This workshop introduces fundamental elements of traditional ink and brush landscape painting. After basic tool and material introduction, course one will begin with learning how to hold and position the brush in hand to apply subtle variations of strength, speed and concentration in line making. Building on the foundation of line, course two will build up the face of rocks and growing trees with ink and brush. A variety of tree structures and leaf constellations will be introduced. Students will be encouraged to find individual expression of character in the rocks and trees. Upon learning to build a basic compositional environment, course three of the workshop will conclude with an introduction to ways of reading and appreciating the unique perspective, scale and layering of ink and brush landscape painting. $60 each or $150 all 3 clases

    Jeremiah Watson is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and the China Academy of Art. His show with Tseng Tseng Tsang is on display in the main floor Gem Gallery.

    To register please RSVP artclass@watsonandtsang.com, or contact the GEM Center for the Arts gallery gallery@gemcenterforthearts.com.

    Please see more information: https://www.facebook.com/gemcenterforthearts/

  • Andrew Groth says:

    Hello Everyone,

    My name is Andrew Groth. I am an artist and musician, new to Idaho, looking to connect with the Idaho arts community I’ve been in Boise for just over two months and in that time I have gone on a few art tours, attended shows at the VAC, reached out to a few artists and the Boise Dept. of Arts and History, gone to a couple of first Thursdays and Fridays and recently became a member of the TVAA. In fact, some of my pastels are in the FOCUS show at the Nampa Civic Center! I have received a lot of support, suggestions and advice. Thank you! However, there are a few challenges still remaining.

    First, money. I am taking advantage of any and all grant opportunities that I can find that I qualify for, which there are few. Alexa Rose is closed until next year. What I really need is a job. I have tons of experience in food and beverage sales and service, but I’ve done that to death and am dedicated to moving away from that industry. I am trying very hard to find work more closely related to art. I have been focused on museums, galleries, custom framing, or interior design.

    Second, studio space. I mostly work on large format paintings and drawings. I have scoured the internet, Craigslist, Swell, Bosco, Surel’s Place and the TVAA, but have only found space at the Gem Center. They are nice spaces, but are a bit out of my price range.

    Lastly, connections. Idaho already feels like home to me. Like I’ve found a combination of all of the things I’ve loved about places I’ve lived in the past. Yet, also something new. In addition, everyone has been so welcoming and kind. Somehow, people in Idaho haven’t lost the ability to care for one another. Including recent arrivals, like myself. My intention is to find ways to contribute, professionally and artistically, in order to earn the privilege of living here. I think I have done a lot in the short time I’ve been here and I know eventually things will start to click, but I am still looking for some people to hang out with.

    I know my challenges aren’t unique, or anything most artists haven’t had to cope with. However, my hope is that some of you will recognize the nature of these obstacles from your own lives and share those experiences and insight with me. So, if any of you know of a job opportunity in the arts, where to find some studio space, or would just like to grab a coffee, or a beer sometime, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you!

    Sincerely,
    Andrew Groth
    andrewgroth1230@gmail.com

  • Gallery Fifty-Five in downtown McCall, Idaho, has openings for 2D, 3D, and jewelry artists. Enjoy the beautiful and popular location on Payette Lake and exceptional regional marketing for your art. For more information or to apply, visit our website at galleryfiftyfive.com. Email questions to gallery55art@gmail.com.

  • Catina Crum says:

    Department of Arts & History in the Public Art program is currently looking to invite artists to apply for an opportunity to have artwork purchased and accessioned into the City of Boise’s Public Art Collection: THE BOISE VISUAL CHRONICAL COLLECTION – First initiated in 1996, the focus is on collecting works which depict various aspects of life and culture within Boise.

    The full opportunity or call may be viewed here:
    https://www.boiseartsandhistory.org/opportunities/calls-opportunities/boise-visual-chronicle-portable-works-purchase/

  • First annual Art In Foote Park will be happening Friday afternoon of August 2nd – Sunday afternoon of August 4th 2019 at Foote Park in Middleton Idaho.

    We invite all types of artists to present their work.

    See Facebook GMPRD Greater Middleton Parks and Recreation District and GMPRD Community Center pages for flyer and registration forms.

  • Jessie Swimeley says:

    John Killmaster is teaching a Portraits class! TVAA Members will receive $20 off the cost of the class!

    June 4th & 6th 10:30- 4:30

    June 11th &13th 10:30 -4:30

    Cost: $50 per day.

    Call 208-332-9464 to reserve your space!

    Class is held at Art Zone 208 next to the library on Cole and Ustick.

  • Teri Nyce says:

    Come join us in beautiful historic downtown Emmett the first Saturday of every month, June 1 – Oct 5, 2019, for The Plaza. Located in the heart of town, booths are available to those who would like to show or sell your art and\or crafts. Please contact Melissa McBee Marston at 208-631-4983, or melissamcbeemarston@gmail.com for more information.

  • TVAA ANNUAL JURIED SHOW –
    Just over two weeks till the deadline of the Art Source Gallery’s Annual Show, this year with jurors for 2D and 3D as well as Best in Show for each. The prospectus and the entry link can be found on our website here:
    https://artsourcegallery.com/workshop/21145/17th-annual-juried-art-show

  • Debra Curry says:

    CORRECTION TO NAMPA PUBLIC LIBRARY OPPORTUNITY…The correct email address for Claire Connley, Director of the Library is connleyc@nampalibrary.org. Sorry for any inconvenience!

  • Debra Curry says:

    NAMPA PUBLIC LIBRARY

    Exciting new program of Treasure Valley Artists’ exhibit space! This opportunity entails one month of free exhibit space for selected artists and will be open year round with two months during the year reserved for special shows and/or exhibits.

    Interested in displaying your art in our beautiful, well-lit lobby? Please submit a minimum of 4 jpg. of your work for consideration by the Arts Committee. The qualifiers for exhibit may be obtained by emailing Claire Connley, Director of the Nampa Public Library at connelyc@nampalibrary.org

    Debra Curry
    Heartland Studios

    Nampa Public Library Art Committee

  • Debra Curry says:

    Heartland Studios presents ~ the Art Stampede!

    Held July 13-20 in conjunction with the 113 year-old Snake River Stampede, the Art Stampede celebrates our Western Heritage and is open to 2-D artists of any medium from across the United States. The three categories [Western Landscape, Western Heritage and Rodeo] will be judged by Linda Aman. Linda has won numerous awards over the years and is well known throughout the west. As Artist in Residence at Yellowstone in 2018, Linda brings her talent, experience and her ability to identify the heart of the west to judging the submissions. To secure a prospectus for entry or get more information , contact Debra Curry, humanarts@aol.com or go to the website, heartlandstudiosart.com. With cash awards totaling $2,750, you’ll want to get your entry in before the closing on May 9!

  • 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 Shea@BoiseWeekly.com 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 galleryfiftyfive.com and check out the Guest Artists and Membership pages. Do you have questions? Email us at gallery55art@gmail.com.

  • 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:
    https://95mariev.wixsite.com/ssfiguredrawing

  • 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: http://jumpboise.org/curating-curiosities

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