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  • Matt Grover's Sine Language
  • Matt Grover's Sine Language

    Lisk Gallery displays kinetic sculptures
      In a small brick house in the East End, artist Matt Grover prepared for his upcoming show at Lisk Gallery, Sines: An Exploration of Sine Waves in Nature Through Kinetic Sculpture.
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  • The Young at Art
  • The Young at Art

    New gallery showcases emerging artists
      If you're neither a sheepish shoegazer nor a latte-lapping lingerer, it's likely you haven't noticed Gallery Alexa Rose, the new subterranean space opening First Thursday in the Idaho Building.
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  • Keeping It Fresh

    Art Source Gallery showcases seventh annual national juried exhibition
      In 2001, the artist-owned downtown gallery, Art Source, decided Boise artists needed a wake-up call. They needed a venue that would inspire innovation, dialogue and production. The gallery envisioned an event that would draw heterogeneous works from artists across the country and hoped that bringing sundry, fresh ideas together would energize the Boise art scene. From the outset, it was not a money-making venture, and after seven successful years of juried expositions, the owners still don't make a cent. Every penny collected from entry fees goes to cover the expenses of the exhibit and to award the top artists in the show.
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  • The Artman

    North Junior High students and the Boise community lose a friend and advocate in art educator Rick Baker
  • You Can Always Go ... Downstairs
  • You Can Always Go ... Downstairs

    Basement Gallery owner Perry Allen on 10 years in business
      In January 1997, Perry Allen opened the Basement Gallery at 10th and Main streets in the basement of the Idanha Building. Despite its subterranean space, the gallery will likely become—or may already be—prime real estate as downtown Boise continues to grow and expand. But by nature of its owner, the gallery will likely stay right where it is for many years to come.
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