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Lily Lee

Environmental portrait of Lily Lee.

Lily Lee Assistant Professor Department of Art College of Arts and Sciences Lily Lee and Anna Matejcek, a graduate student in the MFA visual arts program, will both exhibit their artwork in a show titled “Messing with Yarn.” Curated by …

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Faculty and Staff Selected for Curated Exhibition at Boise Art Museum

Friendship bridge in winter

Several Boise State faculty and staff members have been selected to participate in the Boise Art Museum’s 2017 Idaho Triennial exhibition. Art professor Jill AnnieMargaret, associate art professor Caroline Earley, associate art professor John Francis, Sign Shop supervisor Pete Kutchins, …

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Caroline Earley Wins New Zealand’s Top Ceramics Award

Two women and a ceramics piece

Earley is fascinated by conceptions of the in-between.

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Lily Lee

Environmental portrait of Lily Lee.

Lily Lee Assistant Professor Department of Art College of Arts and Sciences Lily Lee has a solo exhibition titled Securement on display in the Transition Gallery at Idaho State University in Pocatello through Nov. 27. Lee gave a lecture at the opening …

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Lily Lee

Environmental portrait of Lily Lee.

Lily Lee Assistant Professor Department of Art College of Arts and Sciences Lily Lee’s artwork will be featured in the upcoming exhibition New Fibers at the University Gallery of Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan. This biennial national exhibition was …

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John Francis

John Francis

John Francis Associate Professor Department of Art College of Arts and Sciences John Francis was commissioned by the City of Boise to create a series of five photographic banners for the new Main Street Valley Regional Transit Center. The banner photographs …

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Faculty, Students, Alumni Awarded Alexa Rose Foundation Grants

Picture of the B sculpture in front of the Boise State administration building

A number of art department faculty members, graduate students and alumni were chosen to receive 2016 visual art grant awards from the Alexa Rose Foundation, which was established to honor the memory of local artist Alexa Rose Howell. The foundation …

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Kirsten Furlong

Photo of Kirsten Furlong.

Kirsten Furlong Lecturer Department of Art College of Arts and Sciences Kirsten Furlong has been selected as a Montello Foundation Fellow for summer 2016, which grants her access to a remote cabin in the northeastern desert of Nevada to work. …

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Bigelow Tea Company Donates Unique Material to Innovative Art Students

Student Kayla Hurd's wall hangings made of dyed Bigelow tea bag threads.

Students had access to an unlimited amount of thread and were tasked with creating art.

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Jill AnnieMargaret

Photo of Jill AnnieMargaret.

Jill AnnieMargaret Associate Professor Department of Art College of Arts and Sciences Jill AnnieMargaret mounted two solo exhibitions in February and March. The project “Hairstory-Herstory” was featured in the Transitions Gallery at Idaho State University in Pocatello. “Hairstory-Herstory” addresses the …

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Kirsten Furlong

Photo of Kirsten Furlong.

Kirsten Furlong Lecturer Department of Art College of Arts and Sciences Kirsten Furlong has been selected as an individual artist recipient of the Boise Weekly Cover Auction Grant for 2016.  The grant will be used in support of the creation …

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Art Department Hosts Community Open House Feb. 26

Still frame from a video by Aaron Rodriquez.

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

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