First Thursday: Identity-Inspired Art 

Thursday, Sept. 7 at Boise Art Museum

Who are you, really?

Rick Bartow

Who are you, really?

Each First Thursday, the Boise Art Museum stays open late to offer guests docent-led tours, art talks and a few hours of time to create their own exhibit-inspired works, all in exchange for an optional donation. This week, First Thursday events at BAM will focus on the new exhibit Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain, a collection of works by the famous northwest artist that were created over the span of his four-decade career. Bartow's work, which includes everything from sculptures and drawings to paintings and prints, was influenced by his identity and experience: his Native American heritage, travels and training in fine arts. From 4-7 p.m., stop by BAM to walk through the new exhibits, hear about how artists use their craft as therapy and create your own identity-inspired artwork a la Rick Bartow.

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