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  • Cultivating Creativity
  • Cultivating Creativity

    The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho tends its community
  • Monumental Master
  • Monumental Master

    A tour of artist Rod Kagan's work
      When Rod Kagan was a kid growing up in Jersey City across the Hudson River from Manhattan, he built model airplanes and miniature trains. At 15, he stripped and lowered a 1932 Ford into a hot rod while working at the family meat-cutting business.
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  • A Persistence of Vision
  • A Persistence of Vision

    Richard Lauran Sample and Gallery 8
      Just across the highway from the airport in Hailey, where Gulf Stream jets blast off regularly, lies the South Wood Self Storage Facility. Row upon row of identical containers are filled with furnishings and cargo, all except for locker No. 8, otherwise known as "Gallery 8," a space used by artist Richard Lauran Sample.
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  • Filling the Void

    "Hard Math Radio" plays Idaho's alternative evolution
  • Musings

  • No Preservatives at Bannock Pride
  • No Preservatives at Bannock Pride

    Fort Hall natives reclaim traditional burial practices with custom caskets
      Native Americans have tussled with academics and pot-hunters for generations over the property rights of grave goods and ancestral remains. Bannock Pride casket-makers Marcia Racehorse-Robles and David Robles of Fort Hall Indian Reservation prefer to focus on the sacred arts surrounding contemporary Indian burials.
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  • Sarah Swett
  • Sarah Swett

      Weaving, it is said, is one of the oldest human art forms. From a time just beyond humans spraying outlines of their hands on cave walls, fibers were woven together to create blankets, then clothing. At some point, the colors of these fibers-animal hair sometimes enhanced by colors from plants-were arranged in patterns, then later, pictures. Once the beauty of a woven piece of fabric transcended its usefulness and became art, perhaps even telling a story, the tapestry was born.
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  • Hugs and Kisses, Kisses and Hugs

    OXXO's images move up from screen to canvas
      Few 11-year-olds spend their allowance money maintaining a storage unit. But when John Reilly's father gave him one day to purge his room of the mountains of odd kitsch and ephemera he'd dragged home from random Atlanta, Ga. alleyways, Reilly politely refused.
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