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Award-winning Alumna Blurs Line Between Art and Research

“Flora 3-D Printer” by Silvia Perritte The thin, flat pane of biodegradable plastic appears deceptively insignificant until Silvia Perritte holds it up to the light, illuminating the 3D printed alfalfa flower hidden within its ridges. Winner of the call for … (Read More) Award-winning Alumna Blurs Line Between Art and Research

Assisant Professor of Art Holds New Exhibition in California

Lily Lee Assistant Professor Department of Art College of Arts and Sciences The exhibition Craft Revolution at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art in Santa Ana, California, will include a piece by Lily Lee, an assistant professor in the … (Read More) Assisant Professor of Art Holds New Exhibition in California

2019 Annual Student Juried Exhibition

Lemuel Saputra, “. . .Yang Kucintai, Engkau Kuhargai.” Oil on canvas.   The 2019 annual Student Juried Exhibition features the work of students in Boise State’s art program. The exhibition runs Jan. 25 – March 26 in the Visual Arts … (Read More) 2019 Annual Student Juried Exhibition

Art Exhibition Explores Complexities of Bi-racial and Multi-racial Identities

The Black Body Problem, work by Troy Matthews In The Mix features the work of 13 artists exploring the complexities of bi-racial and multi-racial identities to promote a larger discussion and dialogue. The exhibition opens Jan. 25 and runs through … (Read More) Art Exhibition Explores Complexities of Bi-racial and Multi-racial Identities

Winter Clay and Fire Sale Will Benefit Ceramics Program

The Winter Clay and Fire Sale will take place from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Dec. 8-10 in the Liberal Arts Building, Visual Arts Center Gallery. The sale is open to the public, and admission is free. Held each spring and fall … (Read More) Winter Clay and Fire Sale Will Benefit Ceramics Program

Call for Student Artwork, $500 and Selected Art Displayed on Campus

Boise State’s division of research and economic development seeks student artwork that speaks to the process of discovery in the creation of both art and technology. Current Boise State students are eligible to compete for $500 and to have their original … (Read More) Call for Student Artwork, $500 and Selected Art Displayed on Campus

Boise State Art Professor’s Work Featured in Two National Exhibits

Two current exhibitions feature the work of Anika Smulovitz, a professor in the Department of Art. A Hanukkah menorah Smulovitz created in 2009 made of hand-carved walnut, cast glass and sterling silver, which is part of the permanent collection of The … (Read More) Boise State Art Professor’s Work Featured in Two National Exhibits

Casita Nepantla Hosts Art Lecture by Lupita (Bad Apple) Garcia

Lupita (Bad Apple) Garcia Casita Nepantla, the space devoted to showcasing Latino art and culture and encouraging scholarly work on Latino issues in the Boise State Student Union Building, invites the public to “Mi Dulce Corazon,” a lecture and exhibition … (Read More) Casita Nepantla Hosts Art Lecture by Lupita (Bad Apple) Garcia

From the Amazon, to Washington, D.C., to Boise State: A New Exhibition Opens

The Ese’Eja People of the Amazon: Connected by a Thread, will open Oct. 18 at the Ron and Linda Yanke Research Center gallery. It will give visitors an intimate look at the lives of one of the last indigenous tribes … (Read More) From the Amazon, to Washington, D.C., to Boise State: A New Exhibition Opens

Grants Available for Faculty, Students Working on Film, Photography, Media Projects

The Boise State College of Arts and Sciences is getting the word out about two opportunities. First, Boise State University’s Idaho Film Collection and the Idaho Film Foundation are accepting applications from current Boise State students for grants to support … (Read More) Grants Available for Faculty, Students Working on Film, Photography, Media Projects