Creators, Makers, & Doers: Live feat. James (Jim) Talbot
James (Jim) Talbot
Hosted by the Boise City Department of Arts & History (A&H) at the James Castle House, Creators, Makers, & Doers: Live is a series of informal talks focusing on the creative processes and studio practices of artists. Developed in the spirit of A&H's mission, the series is motivated to explore the lives and work of artists and ignite conversation around creativity in Boise.
This month, join photographic artist James (Jim) Talbot. Originally from Geneva, Ohio, Jim has dedicated almost half his life to relentlessly documenting those who surprisingly go unnoticed. His mania is portraiture and quirky landscapes. Along the way, he stopped off at Boise State University for 16 years as an adjunct professor of art. Much like the people he photographs, Jim has followed his passion, always remaining true to himself. Today, he is still that boy of long ago with a pounding passion for photography, country music, good laughs, and life.
Tune-in for Creators, Makers, & Doers: Live on January 17, 2019 at 6 p.m. on A&H's Facebook page or register online to attend in person (seating limited to 25). Event is free. Registration required at Eventbrite.
This event series is made possible in part by West Elm Downtown Boise.
The James Castle House encourages persons with disabilities and those who require language assistance to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing an accommodation, please contact Rachel Reichert, 208-608-7046 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, as soon as possible, but no later than 72 hours before the event.