First Thursday: Print Boise 2017 

A collection of hand-pulled ink impressions made by Boise citizens on public walking tours.

Rub a dub dub.

Wingtip Press

Rub a dub dub.

It's not every day that everyday people get to display their art at a gallery for the world to see. On First Thursday, though, Ming Studios is offering them that chance. The newest exhibition at Ming, Print Boise 2017, is a collection of "hand-pulled ink impressions" made by Boise citizens who participated in a series of public walking tours hosted this summer by Wingtip Press.

The rubbings, which were inspired by the stories of architectural historian/tour guide Amy Pence-Brown, are all tied to Boise history and feature images of everything from sidewalks to downtown artifacts and classic architecture.

Print Boise 2017 is an opportunity to see your city from a new and different perspective and also to check out work you might not otherwise see, which will probably leave a good (ahem) impression.

5 p.m., FREE. Ming Studios, 420 S. Sixth St., 208-972-9028,

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