Alaggio Laurino, Cultural Assets Project Coordinator


Alaggio (he/him) is responsible for ensuring that the City of Boise’s current and ever-growing collection of art and public works will be safe, cared for, and accessible for generations to come. This includes tasks like object assessment, documentation, research, artwork maintenance and care, digital restoration, art storage, and database management.

Alaggio graduated from the NYC American Musical & Dramatics Academy before pursuing a double-major in Visual Art and Art History from Boise State University. While at Boise State, he served as the Permanent Collections Intern with the Student Union Fine Arts Program and as Student Representative for the University Art Collections Committee.

To deepen his knowledge of art conservation, Alaggio also participated in internships at the Yosemite National Park Museum, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Arizona State University Art Museum, and with the University of Maryland Baltimore County’s SCIART research team. Alaggio is also a member of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC) and the Western Association for Art Conservation (WAC).

Alaggio has a longstanding appreciation for art in all its many forms and his love of storytelling has been at the center of both his professional and personal pursuits. A dedicated thespian since childhood, he is a returning cast member at Alley Repertory Theater. His performances as Felix in “The Normal Heart”, the Emcee in “Cabaret”, and Felicia in “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert” stand out among his many noteworthy roles. When not on the stage, Alaggio can be found gardening, collecting shiny rocks, and enjoying a half-sweet mocha from any of Boise's local coffee shops.

CONTACT ALAGGIO, 208-608-7043