Johanna Kirk

  • Navigating a Diction Deluge

    BCT opens season with "God's Ear," a challenging work
      The economy of language is frustrating for such a tragic situation; however, these initial abrupt declarations are nearly the only instance in the play when words allow information to be delivered in a straightforward, succinct manner. In the subsequent moments, covers are pulled away from objects and sentences become overgrown with verbiage. The physical and expressive space becomes crowded. Candid speech becomes exceedingly impossible for the characters as a noisy world infiltrates and compromises every statement.
  • School Redefined

    ArtsWest in Eagle teaches creatively ... and creativity
      The last week of August, the dreaded ring of the school bell summoned Boise youngsters out of sloth and swimsuits and back to the daily grind. However, in Eagle, some 80 kids cooled their heels another two weeks while they waited for the completion of a solid and singular building to house their classes.
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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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