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.
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?”
Two of the songs performed at the Surel’s Place Morrison Center performance of Ourself Behind Ourself, Concealed have been nominated for 2023 Grammy awards for Best Instrumental Composition. The album was […]
Congratulations to dancer, choreographer, and instructor Megan Brandel (Studio AIR October 2020), who will be a recipient of the 2022 Governor’s Awards in the Arts. Awards will be presented in […]
Molly Joyce (August 2021) has co-written a chapter with Sandy Guttman in Curating Access: Disability Art Activism and Creative Accommodation, edited by Amanda Cachia! Out now on Routledge.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW WILL THEY BE? Two of our alumni will be returning to Boise as residents at the James Castle House in 2023! Welcome back Jean Shon (2021) and Clare Johnson (2019 – fiction & 2017 […]