Live-Work-Create PopUp Shop 2017

The Surel Mitchell Live-Work-Create District is 10 years old this year!

To celebrate we’re
bringing back our popular PopUp Shop. Our gallery will be filled with the art and wares of over 20 District makers and will include jewelry, screen printing, paintings, photography, furniture, ironwork, CDs and textiles.

Come to the PopUp Shop and buy something made in The District for yourself or as a unique gift for someone else.

OPENING RECEPTION
Friday, November 3

5:30-8:00PM

SHOPPING HOURS
Saturday & Sunday, November 4 & 5
1:00-4:00PM

Small Business Saturday, November 25
1:00-4:00PM

First Friday, December 1
5:30-8:30PM

Saturday & Sunday, December 9 & 10
1:00-4:00PM


2017 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS
Lindsay Antram, jewelry
Arin Arthur, textiles (clothing)
Steve Fulton, music
Steve Gossett, paintings
Sara Hill, paintings
Noble Hardesty, paintings
Derek Hurd, furniture
Geoffrey Krueger, paintings
Susan Madacsi, ironwork
Julianna McLenna, clothing
Bridgette Nelson, glass
Samuel Paden, paintings
Solymar Palm, jewelry
Angie Sebolt, accessories
Katy Shanafelt, paintings
Sandra Shaw, paintings & cards
Brad Talbutt, photography
Susan Valiquette, photography
Zion Warne, glass
Linda Williams, paintings
Karen Woods, paintings

ABOUT THE LIVE-WORK-CREATE DISTRICT
The Surel Mitchell Live-Work-Create District is a hub of creativity in Garden City, Idaho between  between 32nd and 37th Streets on the north side of Chinden Blvd, extending to the Boise River, and it has distinct zoning that supports live-work spaces.

In 1998, Surel Mitchell built a home in Garden City (now Surel’s Place) where she would not only live but also create and share her art.  Surel became active in the community, serving on Garden City’s Planning & Zoning Commission, the Comprehensive Plan Committee and the city’s first Arts Commission. During these efforts, she introduced and championed the idea of designating a special area of the city as a “live, work, create district.”

In 2007, thanks to her efforts, the Garden City Council formally approved the creation of such a district.  After her passing in 2011, the Garden City Council officially named the Live, Work, Create District in her honor.

For more information about the District and its zoning, click here.