The Central Idaho Art Association’s spring show at the Historical Museum will continue today from 9 – 7, and tomorrow (May 14th) from 10-4.
Great opportunity – there are travel stipends avaiable for artists in the Idaho County area!!!
The annual spring show features local artist Paul Anderberg. It is at the Grangeville Historical Museum through Saturday.
The annual Central Idaho Art Association show is up. 5/8, 5/9 and 5/10 in the Bicentennial Historical Museum
Please contact Ellamae Holes at 983-0466 or email@example.com for more info.
Pat Gehring of Cottonwood is the Central Idaho Art Association’s Artist of the Month. Her work will be on display this month at Wells Fargo in Grangeville. More info is available through CIAA president Rick Weholt 962 7306.
As part of the Border Day festivities you can find lots of art, nice people, and food in Pioneer Park on 7/4 (10am-4pm).
Sponsored by the Blue and White club; Susan at 983-0377.
“Art in the Park” is in the City park, 7/4 from 10 to 4 sponsored by the Blue and White club. For info call Susan at 983-0377. Coltrain will be playing at the Elks 7/1, 7/2, and 7/3 starting at 9pm. And the museum will be open from 12 to 5. The Border Days page is at grangevilleborderdays.org
Make & Take Arts & Crafts open to all children that have completed Kindergarten through 8th grade. $75, scholarships available. Registration info available by calling 983 2285. 3 hours per day running 7/16 through 7/20.
Many students from the Grangeville Elementary Middle School are having their art go to the state competition. Awards will be given out at a reception 5/17 Thursday evening at the McGee Elementary School in Lewiston.
The Boise Weekly’s Spring Arts Quarterly mentions children book author Karma Wilson as well as the changing of the curator at the Lewis-Clark State College Center for the Arts and History.