Boise Art Museum selects seven Boise State faculty, staff members for 2017 Idaho Triennial

Boise Art Museum selects seven Boise State faculty, staff members for 2017 Idaho Triennial
Boise Art Museum selects seven Boise State faculty, staff members for 2017 Idaho Triennial | Courtesy of Shutterstock
The Boise Art Museum’s upcoming 2017 Idaho Triennial exhibition, which will take place from Feb. 18 to July 16, 2017, will feature works from several Boise State University faculty and staff members.
 
The Idaho Triennial is a juried exhibition organized by the Boise Art Museum every three years and curated by a different director each edition. It is a medium to celebrate artists living and working in Idaho and -- along with the Boise Art Museum's biennial series -- is a treasured tradition and respected exhibition.
 
This year, the triennial garnered more than 900 works from 180 artists. California State University Fullerton Grand Central Art Center (GDAC) Director John Spiak, this year’s curator, selected 41 works from 24 artists for the exhibition, including seven Boise State staff and faculty members.
 
Boise State Art Professor Jill AnnieMargaret, Assistant Art Professor Lilly Lee, Associate Art Professor Caroline Earley, Associate Art Professor John Francis and Adjunct Art Professor John McMahon will have their works shown at the 2017 Idaho Triennial.

Sign Shop Supervisor Pete Kutchins and alumna Rachel Lambert are also among the 24 artists selected this year.

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