Boise State's New Work of Art 

“This came across in such a big hurry. There’s a big deadline but nobody will tell us why.”

The Boise State University Department of Art is currently housed in five buildings scattered across the sprawling downtown campus. Students taking photography and sculpture make their way to the Liberal Arts building, while those studying illustration or painting hoof it across campus…

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