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Art Department Hosts Community Open House Feb. 26

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The event will showcase three formal exhibitions and recent student artwork from all program areas.

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Semi-Annual Art Department Clay and Fire Sale Runs Dec. 12-14


Just in time for the holidays, the art department’s semi-annual Clay and Fire sale will be held from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 12-14 in the Liberal Arts Building, Visual Arts Center Gallery 1. Admission is free. Held each spring and fall semester …

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Hear Art Faculty Discuss Work at Oct. 24 Gallery Talks


The Department of Art presents three faculty artists talking about the work currently on display at the 2013 Biennial Art Department Faculty Exhibition. Faculty Gallery Talks run from 12:15-1:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, and begin in Visual Arts Center Gallery …

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Art Department Hosts Visiting Artist Sept. 26, 27


The Art Department is hosting visiting artist Gregory Sale Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 26 and Sept. 27.

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Act 3: Student Video Series Looks Beyond the Blue

Watch a series of three videos from Boise State’s independent Student Media group and see campus through their creative eyes.

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Student Artwork Featured in National Exhibition

Veiko Valencia, a student in the Department of Art, recently had work featured in a national undergraduate juried exhibition at Bradley University in Peoria, Ill.

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Anika Smulovitz

Niche Magazine, a national craft publication, is highlighting Judaica by Anika Smulovitz, associate chair of the Department of Art, on its blog this week.

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Art Department Presents Amos Paul Kennedy

The Department of Art is teaming up with its counterpart at Northwest Nazarene University to bring artist and provocateur Amos Paul Kennedy, his artwork and a documentary about his art and life to the Treasure Valley Nov. 4-5.

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Professor’s Interactive ‘Dream Tree’ on Display in Hailey

Artist and assistant professor Jill Fitterer describes the installation as a “collective unconscious journal,” an opportunity for visitors to record their dreams in vessels made with woodcut, screen-print, Coptic binding and reclaimed rubber and canvas.

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Metal-ocracy Handcrafted Jewelry Sale May 1

Half of the sale proceeds from original brooches, necklaces, rings and earrings will support the art metals program and studio.

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Shop for the Holidays at Clay and Fire Ceramics Sale Dec. 12-14

The Department of Art invites the campus and community to the semiannual Clay and Fire Exhibition and Sale from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 12-14. It all happens in the Visual Arts Center Gallery 1.

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Art Professor in Japan Teaching and Coordinating International Student Exchange

John Francis is on sabbatical in Nagoya, Japan, studying the cultural and philosophical issues that shape and make Japanese graphic design unique.

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