Ming Studios will open another of its international residency installations on Sept. 3. “Color Story” by Dutch artists Kathrin Niemann and Kristen Cooper will run from Sept. 3 to Oct. 24 at Ming, 420 S. 6th St., Boise.
The duo started collaborating 5 years ago with a focus on textile art and design. In 2012,they founded Driftwood, a plant-dyed organic-clothing line, and opened the first natural dye studio in Berlin, Germany.
Through photography, projection, textile, and installation work they manipulate familiar scenarios from art history, science, museum displays, and daily life into a story that revolves around the aesthetics of natural dyeing.
You can meet the artists at an opening reception at 6 p.m. Sept. 3.
Never miss a local story.
• Starting at 11 a.m. Sept. 3, Angie Burman’s
pop-up boutique will take over the parking lot outside or Crazy Neighbor, 1415 W. Grove St., in the Linen District. You’ll find tons of vintage and re-cycled fashion from cowboy boots to prom dresses.
• See what’s up at
, 1204 W. Front St. Watch performance painting by Alex and Jamie Vega. HearA Mighty Band of Microbes
play on the roof. See art by painter Myra Hage, multimedia artistSue Latta
and others, then step into the “splatter room” where you can literally throw some paint around.
• RAW Artists is back. Orange County-based producer Becky Mickletz will pick up the Boise franchise and organize the bimonthly showcases. Her first bash is “Bold,” with three bands, two dance troupes and more than 30 visual and fashion artists. It’s from 7 p.m. to midnight at thePowerHouse Event Center
, 621 S. 17th St. $15 in advance atRAWartists.org/boise/bold
, $20 at the door.
, 518 S. Americana Blvd., will show new work by abstract painter Anne Peterson and surrealist Randy van Dyke, (“The Optimist,” pictured). You’ll see new paintings by both and some collaborative pieces.
• Basque rockersAmuma Says No
will play at theBasque Center
, 601 Grove St., starting at 8:30 p.m.
5-9 p.m. Sept. 3, unless otherwise noted, at various venues in Downtown Boise. Free. Find more events at DowntownBoise.org.