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Treasure Valley Institute for Children's Arts, better known as TRICA, is hopefully nearing the end of a decade-long fundraiser to renovate a 1907 church building in Boise's North End into a top-flight children's art school. Director Jon Swarthout, the guiding force behind the project, hopes the school may be open by the end of 2018. Treasure Valley Institute for Children's Arts
Treasure Valley Institute for Children's Arts, better known as TRICA, is hopefully nearing the end of a decade-long fundraiser to renovate a 1907 church building in Boise's North End into a top-flight children's art school. Director Jon Swarthout, the guiding force behind the project, hopes the school may be open by the end of 2018. Treasure Valley Institute for Children's Arts

Turning this old church into an arts school has taken 10 years and isn’t done. Why?

November 12, 2017 11:11 PM

UPDATED November 13, 2017 01:32 PM

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