Boise’s old Carnegie Public Library will soon get a new use, providing studio space to artists. “I really hope a bunch of creativity goes on in there,” said developer Ken Howell, president and founder of the Alexa Rose Foundation, named for his late wife. “Individually and collectively — synergy will happen.”
Boise’s old Carnegie Public Library will soon get a new use, providing studio space to artists. “I really hope a bunch of creativity goes on in there,” said developer Ken Howell, president and founder of the Alexa Rose Foundation, named for his late wife. “Individually and collectively — synergy will happen.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Boise’s old Carnegie Public Library will soon get a new use, providing studio space to artists. “I really hope a bunch of creativity goes on in there,” said developer Ken Howell, president and founder of the Alexa Rose Foundation, named for his late wife. “Individually and collectively — synergy will happen.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

This historic Downtown Boise building will get a new life this summer

April 09, 2018 06:12 PM