Boise Art Museum - Modern and Contemporary Ceramics:
Anita Kay Hardy and Gregory Kaslo Collection (Feb 22 - OCt. 5)
In celebration of Kay Hardy and Gregory Kaslo's impressive collection and significant contributions, The Museum proudly presents a full-scale exhibition highlighting their collection and gifts.
Boise Art Museum Current Exhibits Throughout March
Anna Fidler: Vampires and Wolf Men - on display through May 25.
Night Hunter and Night Hunter House - A film and sculptural installation by Stacey Steers on display through June 8.
2013 Idaho Triennial - on display through April 27.
(March 1-April 12)
Baseball and football, soccer and
volleyball, rodeo and roller derby. Few aspects of American culture so
colorfully and passionately celebrate the American experience as our devotion
to sports. Through artifacts,
photos, and video, Hometown Teams investigates how watching and participating
in sports shapes our community, our state, and our national character.
Boise Contemporary Theater - "The
Storm in the Barn"
Part of The BCT Children's Reading Series.
For tickets and more
information go to www.BCTheater.org.
Let's Talk About it - The Unexpected
Tuesday, 6:30pm, March 4, Ada Community
Library Victory Branch, 10664 W. Victory Rd. The beginning of a series on the
humanity of science and technology. Future discussions include: March 18 -
Born in Africa, April 8 - The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Aprill 22 -
The Shallows, May 6 - Animals in Translation.
Tuesday 7:00pm, March 4, Boise Public
Library Cole & Ustick Branch,
7557 W. Ustick Rd. In The Orchid Thief, Susan Orlean presents a great many
eccentricities as she follows the main story. Boise has a number of its own.
Learn some odd facts about our home town as Boise State University professor
and author Todd Shallat presents an eclectic mix of Boise-related lore.
"Hello Dolly!", the
Tony-award-winning musical that has been entertaining audiences for the last
50 years, will be hitting the Morrison Center at Boise State starring Sally
Struthers, as a part of the "Broadway in Boise" series.
There are multiple events happening in
Downtown Boise on First Thursday this month. Visit the website to see what
there going on with art, music, dining, shopping and tasting.
"Reflexivity" Spring Concert by the Balance
(March 6, 7 & 8)
Founded in 1997, Balance Dance Company is a
contemporary training company based in Boise, Idaho. We empower dancers and
train them for the demands of a dance career in the 21st century.
MFA Thesis Exhibition: Luz Camarena and
MFA Thesis Exhibition: Luz Camarena and
Teysha Vinson. Visual Arts Center - Gallery 2 (Hemingway Center) at Boise
State University, Opening reception: Friday, March 7, 6-8pm, Exhibition
continues through March 21.
BSU - Orchestra concert
Orchestra concert by the Boise State Music
BSU - Adaptation Screening with Michael
7:00pm, BSU Special Events Center, 1880 W.
University Dr. Adapting a book
for a movie can be as difficult as writing the original book. Charlie Kaufman's tragicomic tribulations
while adapting The Orchid Thief are sublimely presented in director Spike
Jonze's film, Adaptation, starring Nicholas Cage and Meryl Streep. The screening will be introduced by
the brilliant director and screenwriter Michael Hoffman, who adapted and
directed The Last Station, starring Helen Mirren, James McAvoy, Christopher
Plummer and Paul Giamatti.
Offered in partnership with Boise International Student Video Festival - see BoViFest.com.
Boise Philharmonic - Casual Classics
11a.m., Cathedral of the Rockies. Czech
Romance, Alexander Schimpf piano; Boise Philharmonic String Quartet
Trey McIntyre Project Spring Performance
Their final performance in Boise, TMP will
perform their hit "Mercury Half-Life," set to the music of Queen, as well as
the world premiere of their new ballet "The Vinegar Works: Four Dances of
Moral Instruction," inspired by Edward Gorey.
BSU - Choral concert
Choral music concert by the Boise State
Treefort Music Fest
In its third year, the wildly successful
Treefort Music Fest will feature almost 300 bands (nearly one-third are from
Idaho!) performing across multiple stages throughout downtown Boise. In
addition to the main event, other coinciding events include Storyfort
(literary arts), Hackfort (technology), Yogafort (yoga & pilates) and
More information coming soon! Visit the
BAM Teen Night: Meet an Idaho Triennial
13-19 year olds are invited to drop-in
between 5 and 8 p.m. Teens enjoy
free admission to BAM as well as music, food, and a studio art activity
related to BAM's exhibitions. Special opportunity in March! Meet 2013 Idaho
Triennial Artist Pamela DeTuncq.
Shop Talk: Historic Downtown Walking Tour
Explore Boise's historic downtown through a
ten block tour and discover how Boise has changed and grown over the last 151
years. Tours are available on a first come first serve basis, and are limited
to 25 people per tour.
With the sensuous and seductive melodies of
Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade, the Boise Philharmonic dedicates this concert
to the violin. Concertmaster Geoffrey Trabichoff will enchant concert-goers
as the violin voice of Scheherazade, the beautiful Persian princess who saves
herself from certain death by spinning the One Thousand and One Tales of the
Arabian Nights. Not to be missed is their guest artist and violin sensation,
Chee-Yun, as she performs Felix Mendelssohn's much-loved masterpiece - his
Violin Concerto in E Minor. One night at the Boise Morrison Center, one night at
NNU's Brandt Center, in Nampa.
(March 13, 14 & 16)
Experience the creativity of the Ballet
Idaho company dancers as they express themselves as choreographers. New
choreography challenges dancers to regenerate themselves through new
technical and expressive goals. Be a part of the audience in the intimate
performance studio and be prepared for the unexpected. New Voices is an experience that puts
you so close to the action you can almost touch it!
BAM Family Art Saturday
Celebrate the 2013 Idaho Triennial by
making artwork with Triennial artist Kirsten Furlong. Children accompanied by
their adult friends are invited to drop in any time between 12:00 p.m. and
3:00 p.m. on the last Saturday of the month for a hands-on art workshop. This program is recommended for
children ages 12 and under, accompanied by an adult.
Visiting Artist Series - CWI
6-7pm in the Academic Building, Room 206,
Art Studio, College of Western Idaho Nampa Campus. Visiting Artist: Gina
Rymarcsuk-Grey will present her works in photography and digital media. Also
plan to attend a free workshop on March 14 & 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Workshop enrollment is limited. Please RSVP to reserve your spot: firstname.lastname@example.org
Idaho Cutting Horse Association Spring Aged
The Idaho Cutting Horse Association will
host its Spring Aged event at the Idaho Horse Park--the perfect event to
learn more about Idaho's great western roots and see some great cutting horse
A Little Princess
(March 28 and 29)
DreamWeaver Musical Theatre is excited to
present that adapation of Francis Hodgson Burnett's Story "Sara
Crew" through the musical,
"A Little Princess".
This engaging musical adaptation of the classic novel tells of the
troubles of a wealthy young girl, Sara Crewe, who is sent to an oppressive
London boarding school during her father's campaign in India. DreamWeaver
Musical Theatre prides itself in professional quality musical theatre by area
youth. Show tickets are $10 (adult 18 plus),
$7 (Students 7-17) and seniors and $5 for children ages 3-6.
Caldwell Fine Arts - Boise Baroque
Thrill to music that has endured for
centuries, played by some of the Treasure Valley's most accomplished
musicians. See Renaud Boucher Browning on double bass in March.
Alexander Schimpf Performance
After bringing enthusiastic European
audiences to their feet, Alexander Schimpf became the first German to win the
coveted 2011 Cleveland International Piano Competition. His talent combined
with the acoustics of Jewett Auditorium at the College of Idaho will create a
truly memorable experience.
Second Sunday Sounds at Six Concert
As the name reflects, this is a series of
free monthly concerts held monthly on the second Sunday at 6PM at the
Congregational Church. These
performances are funded by the McCall Community Congregational Church (UCC),
McCall Music Society, Idaho Commission on the Arts, and the National
Endowment for the Arts, as well as donations from private patrons. The March
9 performance will feature Dr. David Trumbull on the trumpet and Dr. Jill
Schneider at the organ, both guest artists from Washington State University.
(Every Saturday in March)
Head to the lodge at Brundage Mountain from 2-5pm for a little apres-ski entertainment. Each week a
live musical act will be on hand to entertain skiiers, snowboarders and
Garden Valley Center for the Arts - All
Opening reception on March 1 - Our March
gallery show is the All Kids Show featuring all of Boise county grades
5-12. Thirty pieces of matted and
framed one dimensional artwork will be for sale along with many three
Lecture by Gail Chumbley of Point Rider Publishing
Lecture by Gail Chumbley of Point Rider
Publishing in our gallery in Crouch. She is the past recipient of the Idaho
Preserve America Award and the 2010 Idaho Humanities Council Teacher of the
Year. She will discuss part one
of her two volume book, River of January which recounts the extraordinary
lives of her father-in-law Chum Chumbley and his wife, Helen.
Okaidja and Shokoto (March 14)
Okaidja takes his audiences on a journey to revisit the African Diaspora through traditional music, dance and folklore. The spirited performance preserves cultural and historical traditions and promotes cross-culutral understanding by examining the influence of West African culture on the Americas.
The Pony Expresso or The Villian Came to a Grinding Halt! (March 7,9,11,14, & 15)
The Illustrious Onionskin Players are once again putting on one of their amazing melodramas at the historical Star Theater in Weiser.