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  • See where James Castle lived, worked decades ago in Boise

    The city of Boise has embarked on a major project to restore the former home of artist James Castle to its original state and to expand it as a space for cultural programs, galleries and an artist-in-residence program.

See where James Castle lived, worked decades ago in Boise

The city of Boise has embarked on a major project to restore the former home of artist James Castle to its original state and to expand it as a space for cultural programs, galleries and an artist-in-residence program.
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