Kathrin Niemann (left) and Kristen Cooper (back, right), artists in residence at Ming Studios in Downtown Boise, help students during a natural fabric-dying class. Ming Studios is an international artist residency, gallery and event venue. Founded just over a year ago, it is emerging as one of Boise’s creative hot spots.
Kathrin Niemann (left) and Kristen Cooper (back, right), artists in residence at Ming Studios in Downtown Boise, help students during a natural fabric-dying class. Ming Studios is an international artist residency, gallery and event venue. Founded just over a year ago, it is emerging as one of Boise’s creative hot spots. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Kathrin Niemann (left) and Kristen Cooper (back, right), artists in residence at Ming Studios in Downtown Boise, help students during a natural fabric-dying class. Ming Studios is an international artist residency, gallery and event venue. Founded just over a year ago, it is emerging as one of Boise’s creative hot spots. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Treasure Valley visual arts groups mix it up

October 30, 2015 04:02 PM

UPDATED October 31, 2015 12:15 AM

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