Musician and scholar Julian Saporiti will be performing on the KIN stage at the Treefort Music Fest this month. His musical project, No-No Boy, has been called “an act of […]
Miguel Almieda “navigates activism, success in mostly white field,” the state’s largest newspaper said about the artist behind two of the earliest murals painted through Surel’s Place’s placemaking collaboration with local business, residents and artists.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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?”
The B-Side Music Project has launched to support local and visiting musicians by telling their stories, connecting them to venues and other opportunities, and providing Boise music cans with an […]
One of our founding board members, local artist Michael Cordell, will be giving an artist talk at 5:30pm on Wednesday, January 25th at the Capitol Contemporary Gallery in downtown Boise.
A quick visual look back at an incredible year.
Surel’s Place has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to receive a $10,000 Grants for Arts Projects award to support its artist-in-residency program. This grant is one […]