You can party with the Divas of Boise, area musicians and artists — and support the Women’s and Children’s Alliance at “Palette for Hope,” a lively art and music event at Art Zone 208, 3113 N. Cole Road, Boise.
For your $10 cover you’ll get rockin’ performances by Rocci Johnson and the Divas, plus fire dancing and African drumming with La Flambe Sisters & Taproot, appetizers from Christopher Zahn’s Zee Cristopher Catering, raffles, silent auction and works from dozens of Treasure Valley artist.
The main event is a juried art show filled with themes of hope. You’ll see a mix of mixed media, photography, ceramics, painting, glass, mosaic and drawings, including “Heroes of Hope” by Ron Pridmore.
30 percent of art sales benefit the WCA
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The inspiration for “Heroes of Hope” is the story of a woman who was rescued from a rapist by two Stanford Swedish graduate students on bicycles Peter Jonsson and Carl-Fredrik Arndt. They stopped Brock Turner’s attack as he was raping an unconscious and intoxicated 22-year-old woman behind a dumpster on the Stanford University campus. The two then chased him down and held him until police arrived.
The art will remain on exhibit until Saturday, Oct. 1.
The victim reportedly keeps a drawing of two bicycles over her bed to remind her there are heroes in the world.
$10 at the door. All proceeds benefit the Women and Children’s Alliance.