Tag Archives: Boise
The City of Boise is commissioning a mural to commemorate BOISE 150 for Boise Airport’s ticketing lobby. The public is invited to comment on proposals by three Idaho artists, who were chosen through a national public process by a selection … Continue reading
At once timeless and unsettled, the loftiest questions about life continue to both plague and inspire philosophers, scientists, artists and, well, just about everyone. It seems we’re collectively stuck here, spinning, at least for the moment. There is historical evidence … Continue reading
You are invited to comment on seven public art proposals created for Zoo Boise. Public comments will be collected from October 2nd – 19th. All public comments will be compiled and shared with decision makers.
Today marks the 79th Anniversay of drive-in theaters, and we would like to join in the celebration by giving it an Idaho spin. The very first drive-in theater was created by Richard Hollingshead and built in Camden, New Jersey in 1933. … Continue readingPin It
In our final post honoring the 150th Anniversary of the Homestead Act we wanted to explore how people are “homesteading” today. They may not be able to file for 160 acres of essentially free public land, but they are able to … Continue reading
This week we are going to look at the effects of the Homestead Act in Boise, and learn more about one of the famous homesteaders in the valley. It needs to be pointed out that in the Boise River Valley, … Continue reading