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Upcoming Artists

Artist-in-Residence
March - April | Poetry (Michigan)View Artist
Artist-in-Residence
April - May | Visual (Israel)View Artist
Artist-in-Residence
May - June | Visual (Vermont)View Artist

Artist Credit: Roxanne Everett

Artist: Roxanne Everett

About Surel’s Place

Surel’s Place honors the legacy of artist Surel Mitchell by offering her home and studio to artists of promise, and of renown, for month-long residencies and professionally supported art events. In this inspiring live/work space artists of all disciplines are given time and freedom to reflect, create, and share their work with Idahoans of all ages and backgrounds.

Artist: Surel Mitchell

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Donors

Support Surel’s Place

Thank you to the following Surel’s Circle donors whose generosity is directly supporting the arts and artists through Surel’s Place:

Winston C. And Surel L. Mitchell Family Foundation
Morrison Center Endowment Foundation
Winston C. Mitchell
Rebecca Mitchell Kelada and Samir Kelada
Stephanie Mitchell
National Endowment for the Arts
Conservation Voters for Idaho
Karl and Kerry Wirkus
Together Treasure Valley
Idaho Commission on the Arts
Idaho Community Foundation
Thy Tran and Chris Honcik
Gregg and Trish Mizuta
Red Sky
First Interstate Bank
Hannah Ball
Modern Hotel

Unlike many organizations, Surel’s Place is not endowed. The gift you make today matters a great deal. Surel’s Place is a 501c3 non-profit organization (TAX ID #45-5319151), so your donation is tax deductible. Thank you for including us in your giving.

WHAT’S NEW & WHAT’S HAPPENING

  • Surel’s Place Partnership with Boise State Researchers Boosted By Major NEA Grant
    Boise State University announced that it will receive a National Endowment for the Arts Research Lab award totaling $125,000. This grant will support the Place, Arts and Cultural Systems Lab, which focuses on the study of diversity, equity, and inclusion in arts and cultural districts around the United States. 
  • Garden City Placemaking Fund Leaders and Artist to Speak at Boise State
    The Boise State University School of the Arts will host a Public Art Panel at 9:30 a.m. February 8 featuring some of the Garden City business owners who have helped launch the Garden City Placemaking Fund, a collaboration between Surel’s Place, neighboring businesses and residents that aims to create new opportunities for local, emerging and BIPOC artists […]
  • Two Public Art Opportunities Open This February 
    Idaho artists have the chance to apply for two art opportunities this month — one in Boise and the other in McCall. Linen District Fence in Boise A $4,000 public art project in Boise is open again for artist proposals. The city’s Department of Art and History displays new work on a fence on Grove Street […]
  • Molly Joyce Explains in British Music Mag Why She is “Disability First”
    Former Surel’s Place Artist-in-Residence Molly Joyce wrote a piece for Wire magazine this month on her always-evolving answer to the question: “What is the difference between being a disabled musician and an able musician who happens to be disabled?”