Crossroads Carnegie Art Center

Crossroads Carnegie
Art Center

Exhibits

Boise Sculpters Guild

Boise Sculpters Guild

Faculty, Students & Alumni of the Boise Sculptors Guild Since 2002 the Boise Sculptors’ Guild has been an active student group at Boise State University. Consisting of undergraduate and graduate students and faculty advisors, the guild consists of practicing artists concentrating in sculpture who advocate for the awareness and preservation of sculpture in the Treasure Valley through community outreach. This group exhibition features works by Boise Sculptors' Guild members and advisors, past and present to highlight the ideation and production of contemporary sculpture in a broad range of three-dimensional media from metal casting to mixed media. Collectively, this exhibition aims to showcase the multiplicity of the discipline of sculpture today through the work of the Boise Sculptors Guild. Participating Artists: John Asher Aarin Bigler Conor CdeBaca Daniel Clements Cami Ruh Clemo April Fay Duram Shawn Edrington Thomas Finnegan Maddy Fluharty Francis Fox Charles Haman Kris Hargis Susan Harris Lily Martina Lee Saratops McDonald Shelley Needles Erika Reed Benjamin Victor

"A Night at the Baker Heritage Museum"

A Night at the Baker Heritage Museum In January we invited artists to spend an evening at the Baker Heritage Museum for a unique opportunity to find inspiration through exploration and investigation f the people, history, artifacts and lore of Baker County.

We invite you to our April Open Regional Show "A Night at the Heritage Museum" to view the history of Baker County as seen through the eye of the artist, what shape or form would that experience take?

Opening Night Reception: April 3, 2015 at 5:30 we will kick off the exhibitin with an informal artist talk featuring Sue Richard. 

Student Gallery: The artwork of Haines Elementary will be on exhibit

Light Refreshments provided: Friends of Crossroads and a No-host wine bar from Copper Belt Winery

Music: Huckleberry Jam will be playin for the evening

This exhibition made possible through the generous support of

The Baker County Heritage Museum

This is a free event open to all.

"A Night at the Museum"  will be exhibited and availble for purchase in or main gallery through April 25, 2015.