• Where Nature Ends

    Shining a spotlight on Boise's public art
      Boise has been booming with creativity in recent years. Public city art has been popping up all over the place, from the airport to alleyways to parks all around town. Some recent pieces have been better received than certain previous high profile projects (ahem, "big blue crack"). But despite criticism and reactions negative or positive, art has plodded on in Boise.
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  • Teach Them Well

    BCAC offers free art workshops for kids
      They may not be able to paint the town red, but some kids will be painting other things this summer with Arts for Kids. The program conducted by the Boise City Arts Commission will begin June 10 and run for 10 consecutive weeks--providing an outlet for kids to express their creativity.
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