An Exhibition About Food by Idaho Artists Organized by the Visual Arts Center and the Treasure Valley Food Coalition
May 11 – May 23, 2012
Visual Arts Center – Gallery Two – Hemingway Western Studies Center on the Boise State University campus, 1819 University Drive, Boise ID 83725-1510
Farm to table dinner with the artists celebrating local food, wine, and art –
May 10, 2012 6:30pm $60 Seating limited, for tickets and information contact Susan Medlin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening Reception: May 11, 2012 6-8pm, free and open to the public with free parking in the Liberal Arts parking lot. Awards will be announced at 7pm.
Proceeds from the sale of exhibited work will be divided equally between the artist and the Treasure Valley Food Coalition, which will use the funds to undertake Stage II of a local food assessment involving primary research on local food resources.
Idaho artists included in the exhibition:
John and Miranda Anderson (Viola, ID)
Stephanie Bacon (Boise, ID)
David Bazdar, Ben Bibikov, Steve Miler, and Randy Warren (Boise/Meridian, ID)
Jan Boles (Caldwell, ID)
Maria Chavez (Boise, ID)
Cami Ruh Clemo (Boise, ID)
Eli Craven (Boise, ID)
Scott Evans (Pocatello, ID)
Mrs. Mizuta’s Second Grade Class at Washington Elementary (Boise, ID)
Eric Obendorf (Boise, ID)
Jany Rae Seda (Boise, ID)
Rahul Sharma (Caldwell, ID)
Wingtip Press (Boise, ID)
(Wingtip Press artists: Matt Bodett, Boise, ID, Mare Blocker, McCall, ID, Katazyna Cepek, Boise, ID, Terra Feast, Boise, ID, Lisa Cheney Jorgensen, Boise, ID, Tara Kennedy, Boise, ID, Amy Nack, Boise, ID, Josh Olson, Boise, ID)
Exhibition sponsored by the Visual Arts Center, the Treasure Valley Food Coalition, the Arts and Humanities Institute at Boise State University, the Boise State University Art Department, Tri-City Meats, Idaho’s Bounty, Jill Simplot and Pam Lemley, Dave Krick and Jami Adams, Driek and Michael Zirinsky, Anita Kay Hardy,Tzo-nah, Gary and Cathy Lyons, Susan and John Medlin, and Skip and Esther Oppenheimer.
About the Treasure Valley Food Coalition:
The Treasure Valley Food Coalition is a non-profit organization that supports and promotes a vibrant local food economy in the Treasure Valley Food Shed of Southwestern Idaho and Eastern Oregon. TVFC is unique in its focus on the food system, connecting what we eat to myriad issues including energy, transportation, health, nutrition, agriculture, education, culture, and jobs.
For more information about the Treasure Valley Food Coalition, please contact Susan Medlin email@example.com or visit their website at http://treasurevalleyfoodcoalition.org/
About the Visual Arts Center:
The Visual Arts Center (VAC) is the gallery of the Art Department at Boise State University. The VAC organizes and presents a variety of regional, national and international contemporary visual art exhibitions in two campus galleries located in the Liberal Arts Building and the Hemingway Western Studies Center.
For more information about the Visual Arts Center and the Sustenance exhibition, please contact Gallery Director, Kirsten Furlong at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-426-3994. Additional information may also be found at our website and Facebook page:
Visual Arts Center website: http://artdept.boisestate.edu/VAC/
Visual Arts Center on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/VisualArtsCenter
Exhibition hours: Monday -Thursday 10am-5pm Friday 10am-3pm
Visual Arts Center – 1819 University Drive, Boise, ID 83725-1510 208-426-3994
Image: Jan Boles, Crookham Company Nursery, 10:15pm, September 8, 2011, archival inkjet print, 2011