Two hours from the Treasure Valley will land visitors in a world of live music, artist demonstrations, family activities and more than 100 booths boasting fine art and crafts to spend your cash on.
Who doesn't love a good reason to celebrate? New jobs, holidays, birthdays, weddings, divorces—there are any number of reasons to say hooray and attend a party. Friday, July 13, you can celebrate the new work of two names that those acquainted with the Boise arts scene are well aware of: Eli Craven and Maria Chavez.
The event is hosted by industrial recycled-art purveyor Refinerii and will employ a Venetian carnival-steam punk theme. Think feathers, masks and elaborately embellished attire mixed with goggles, top hats and industrial items. Attendees are encouraged to don costumes and prizes will be given out for best mask, top hat, overall costume and more.
Each of the three pieces has a unique story with thoughtful influences, including everything from a magical pocket watch to Patsy Cline, and will be done Ballet Idaho-style, with glimmering costumes and mesmerizing technical skill.
An Artistic Taste of Garden City will take place at VAC, Woman of Steel Gallery and in the space between the venues. It will include local performance and visual art, pottery throwing, glass blowing, music, silent auction and a tour of Steve Fulton's recording studio.
April 4 BW published its annual guide to all things food and booze: Restaurant + Bar Guide. Now that you've spent a week salivating, it's time satiate your craving for a gluttonous good time.
Those lit lovers at The Cabin will present the 2012-2013 opening installment of their Readings and Conversations series, featuring author Abraham Verghese.