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  • Underground at a famed Idaho artist's home

    University of Idaho archaeologists and their partners explore the former home of famed outsider artist James Castle in Boise's Collister neighborhood. The crews are looking for remnants of Castle's life in anticipation of a major project to covert the homesite into a public cultural center complete with artist residence and exhibition space. The site will open in 2017.

Underground at a famed Idaho artist's home

University of Idaho archaeologists and their partners explore the former home of famed outsider artist James Castle in Boise's Collister neighborhood. The crews are looking for remnants of Castle's life in anticipation of a major project to covert the homesite into a public cultural center complete with artist residence and exhibition space. The site will open in 2017.
Anna Webb awebb@idahostatesman.com