Wednesday, June 4, 2008

First Thursday

First Thursday is tomorrow. Pick up a copy of the Boise Weekly for a map of Boise galleries.

Here's the BW's list of galleries and other art showings:

  • Art Source Gallery -- 1015 W. Main St. Seventh annual National Juried Exhibition.
  • Basement Gallery -- 928 Main St. Fred Choate, Deanna Eveland, Nancy Brossman, Michael Margulies, Scott Brown and Matthew Jordan.
  • Boise Art Glass Studios -- 530 W. Myrtle St. Live glass blowing demonstration.
  • Boise Art Museum -- 670 S. Julia Davis Dr. Gerri Sayler will talk about her work in progress, Ad Infinitum, and you can create your own hanging sculpture.
  • Brown's Gallery -- 1022 W. Main St. "June's in Bloom," an exhibit of florals, gardens and landscapes from several artists.
  • The Deluxe -- 214 N. Ninth St. Photo prints of the Oregon coast by Brad Parker.
  • The Fixx Coffee Shop -- 224 N. 10th St. "Deterioration," an exhibit by photographers David Day and Samantha Laurman.
  • Flying M -- 500 W. Idaho St. Colleen Morgan has repurposed hardbound book covers into art.
  • Gallery 601 -- 211 N. 10th St. "Art for the Animals" silent auction of framed art benefiting the Idaho Humane Society.
  • Holland Gallery -- 409 S. Eighth St. Oil paintings of Western scenes and figure paintings by Gary Holland and Mark Davis.
  • Krakoosh -- 1404 W. Idaho St. Oils on recycled materials by Trevor Huff.
  • Lisk Gallery -- 850 Main St. Desert and wilderness landscapes by photographer Mark Lisk and tree shapes and colored hills by painter Jerri Lisk.
  • The Melting Pot -- 200 N. Sixth St. Amelia Berg's storytelling photographs.
  • Piazza di Vino -- 212 N. Ninth St. Works by Italian artist Giuseppe Saitta.
  • R. Grey Gallery -- 415 S. Eighth St. "Storm Cycle," an exhibit by New Orleans artist Thomas Mann created from debris gathered in the streets after Hurricane Katrina.
  • Urban Outfitters -- 328 S. Eighth St. The store will have a new installment in its Community Artist Series.
  • Zeppole -- 217 N. Eighth St. Kim Ellsworth and Melanie Burke's photographs of Boise bridges and abandoned buildings.
The BW also lists a couple places with musicians playing for First Thursday:

  • Artisan Carpets -- 101 S. 15th St. Classical guitarist.
  • Basque Museum -- 611 Grove St. Basque musicians jam session.

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