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Clay and Fire Sale 2018 will Support Visiting Artists Program

The 2018 Clay and Fire Sale, featuring ceramics handcrafted on campus, by students, faculty and alumni, will take place May 3-5 in the Visual Arts Center Gallery in the Liberal Arts Building. Admission is free. Boise State’s ceramics program has … (Read More) Clay and Fire Sale 2018 will Support Visiting Artists Program

Idaho Artist James Castle Exhibition Opens in Albertsons Library

You are cordially invited to an open-house reception featuring EXHIBITION RECEPTION Friday, April 6 from 4-7 p.m. Event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Complimentary parking is available in the East and West Plaza … (Read More) Idaho Artist James Castle Exhibition Opens in Albertsons Library

Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition opens April 6

Dwarf, Rayshell Gates The graduating class of Boise State’s Bachelor of Fine Arts program invites the public to its spring 2018 exhibition. An opening reception takes place from 6-8 p.m. Friday, April 6, in the Visual Arts Center Galleries in … (Read More) Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition opens April 6

Boise State Celebrates Artist James Castle with Artist Book Exhibition, More

Boise artist James Castle (1899-1977) is arguably Idaho’s most famous visual artist. Born deaf, Castle relied on found materials to make his art. He used paper scraps and packaging, twine, and paint made of soot and spit to create his … (Read More) Boise State Celebrates Artist James Castle with Artist Book Exhibition, More

Association of Office Professionals Hosts Professional Development Day

  Professional Development Day is a one-day conference that will take place from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.  April 6 in the Micron Business and Economics Building. Held annually by the Boise State University Association of Office Professionals, the event will provide training … (Read More) Association of Office Professionals Hosts Professional Development Day

Art Metals Program Hosts Annual Silent Auction

Metal art by Ashley Fisher Join the Boise State Department of Art for the 15th Annual Art Metals Program Silent Auction, April 7-30 at R. Grey Gallery, 415 S. 8th St. Barbara Kaylor has donated her collection of student work to … (Read More) Art Metals Program Hosts Annual Silent Auction

Ceramics Program Hosts Visiting Artist Jonathan Keep

The Boise State University Ceramics Program will host a workshop and lecture with Jonathan Keep, a United Kingdom-based potter and leader in digital printing technologies for clay. The workshop is from 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday, March 7, and 9:30 a.m.-5 … (Read More) Ceramics Program Hosts Visiting Artist Jonathan Keep

COAS Announces New Interim Roles for Leslie Durham, Kathleen Keys

Leslie Durham Effective June 1, Leslie Durham will serve as interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (COAS). This move follows the announcement that current COAS dean Tony Roark will act as interim provost and vice president for academic … (Read More) COAS Announces New Interim Roles for Leslie Durham, Kathleen Keys

Boise State Visual Artist Earns Inclusion in Prestigious Art Publication

The work of student Jared Andreas appears in the current New American Paintings: West #132. Andreas will graduate in May 2018 with a bachelor of fine arts, emphasis in drawing and painting. He recently received the top prize in a student … (Read More) Boise State Visual Artist Earns Inclusion in Prestigious Art Publication

Professor of Sculpture Lily Lee in Traveling Exhibition

Work by Lily Lee, an assistant professor of sculpture in the Department of Art, will be part of a traveling exhibition, Hand in Hand: Craft and New Technologies,  which will be on display from Jan. 20-March 24 at the Crooked Tree Arts … (Read More) Professor of Sculpture Lily Lee in Traveling Exhibition