Posted by Dana Oland on August 26, 2014
Eric Mullis and Kelly Cox, both master’s students in Boise State University’s Art Department, will be the Boise City Department of Arts and History’s Artists in Residence at the Sesqui-shop, 1008 W. Main St., in Downtown Boise.
Set up for the city’s sesquicentennial celebration in 2013, the Downtown storefront became such a touchstone for the city's cultural events. It was so successful that it stuck around. Now, the city is turning it into an artist residency. This round the artists were asked to explore ideas of water and environment.
Originally from Madison, Wisc., Mullis and Cox are married and are mixed media artists who work in ceramics and other mediums. The received their undergraduate degrees from the University of Montana and have collaborated for many years with their MulloxStudios. You can see some of their collaborations and learn more about them here.
Posted by Dana Oland on August 22, 2014
The Boise Philharmonic's Picnic at the Pops launches its summer concert series at its new venue Eagle Island State Park.
Posted by Dana Oland on August 20, 2014
The longtime Boise community theater lost its lease in March and now, thanks to a partnership with AEN Playhouse, will produce another show in October.
Posted by Dana Oland on August 19, 2014
Tickets now are available for the first “Sun Valley Film Noir Series”