Posted by Dana Oland on September 18, 2014
Boise Baroque Orchestra artistic director Dan Stern suffered a stroke in early August. He's now in recovery, and he'll share the podium this weekend with Boise Philharmonic music director Robert Franz for the chamber orchestra’s opening concert.
“Once my schedule fell into place, it was an easy yes,” Franz says. “Helping a colleague like Dan is important. Both Dan and Jim (Ogle) did so much get the philharmonic to where it is today. It’s the least I can do.”
For BBO’s season opener on Sept. 19 and 21, Franz will conduct Bach’s Suite No. 3, in D Major, and Gabrielli’s “Canzon in Double Echo.” Stern will lead the closing Mozart Piano Concerto No. 24 with guest pianist Victor Steinhardt.
Posted by Dana Oland on September 17, 2014
Idaho's Sam Hunter joins an exclusive club American artists who are reinventing the future.
Posted by Dana Oland on September 16, 2014
Idaho’s James Castle will receive a show at the Smithsonian American Art Museum from Sept. 26 to Feb. 1, 2015, in Washington, D.C.
Posted by Dana Oland on September 15, 2014
Art Source Gallery, an artist cooperative in Downtown Boise is looking for a jewelry artist to join its ranks.
Posted by Dana Oland on September 12, 2014
For Leigh Dyer his exhibit "Monkey Brand" is about curiosity.
Posted by Dana Oland on September 11, 2014
The Sun Valley Film Festival announces 2015 dates and opens for submissions
Posted by Dana Oland on September 10, 2014
Artist Amber Conger is putting the final touches today on the World Trade Center Memorial in Boise’s Riverside Park, 1775 W. Shoreline Drive, Boise.