• Decoding Shakespeare

    Boise State program helps college and elementary students untangle Shakespeare
  • Shades of Black Celebrates Culture at Boise State

    Saturday, May 5

      What began at the University of Idaho in 2003 is now a touring enterprise making waves across the Northwest. Kwapi Vengesayi is the man behind Shades of Black, a performing arts showcase that celebrates "the different textures and dimensions of the black experience" through the celebration of a culture, not a race.

      At 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, the project comes to Boise State for a free public performance in the Student Union Building.

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  • A Draftsman, Finally

    John Taye's mastery of drawing
      John Taye has been a mainstay of the Boise State art department for over 30 years—he teaches sculpture, painting, life drawing and drawing. By all accounts, he has been a good teacher, giving his students a solid foundation in technique, form and composition upon which to build their own aesthetic. In the spring, he will retire from academic life. This exhibit at the Boise State Visual Arts Center, entitled "The Quiet Art: A Drawing Retrospective," commemorates his years of service.
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