Boise Idaho Museums
The Morrison Center is proud to present this season's hottest Broadway shows on Fred Meyer's Broadway in Boise. Dead KED offers a variety of shows ranging from less well-known shows that have been popular on both American and European stages, as well as some of the most popular musicals from around the world. The season varies by the hour, but the season - long, self-guided tours of the museum's galleries and galleries - is open on Sundays and Mondays, offering independent and foreign art and films.
Read Idaho Child Care presents exhibitions and programs that explore issues that affect Americans of all cultures and ethnicities. Projects and examples include reading aloud in the family workshops, learning about birds of prey and more.
ICfL has been running the programme for 20 years and the evaluation data show that it is effective. Ballet Idaho offers dance classes in a variety of genres, from ballet and jazz to hip-hop, zumba and tone stretch. The company's primary goal is to create opportunities for nationally recognized choreographers and encourage Idaho dancers to continue their craft.
Chinese heritage that gives children a sense of pride in their heritage and provides them with meaningful experiences in art to inspire them to develop attitudes and values that contribute to their future success in school, life and society. Create opportunities to foster the growth of the media production industry in Idaho by providing educational opportunities for young people and their families. Improving Idaho through economic and social progress and seeking to connect Idaho's people through programs, grants, opportunities and resources that promote economic development, education, employment, health care, social and cultural development.
Provide professional historical research through the Idaho Historical Society, Idaho State University and the University of Idaho Museum of History. Services include the collection and preservation of historical documents, artifacts, manuscripts, photographs, books and other materials.
Work to improve communication with the Japanese in Idaho and to promote local awareness and education about Japanese culture. Teen - made Library: Japanese Language, Culture, Education and Cultural Education (JCLE).
Next to the Basque Museum and Cultural Center, the "Basque Block" is one of Boise's best museums. This extraordinary system of cultural and historical resources comprises more than 100,000 square meters of exhibition space and galleries. The Boise Museum of Natural History has something for everyone, with many galleries within walking distance of downtown Boise. Zoo Boise connects visitors and animals by inspiring the community and engaging in wildlife conservation worldwide.
The mission of the Log Cabin Literature Center is to inspire and celebrate the love of reading, writing, and discourse in the Idaho region. The museum is managed by a statewide board of directors in collaboration with the University of Nebraska-Kearney. It does not simply display war memorials, but collects, researches, interprets and interprets the works of artists who were born, lived, trained and worked in Nebraska, creating artworks that reflect Nebraska culture. Live helps tell the stories of people, including the famous and famous Idahoans.
It aims to promote local artists by hosting quarterly gallery exhibitions and providing a communal space for artists. It represents nationally and internationally renowned artists and specializes in works by local, regional and international artists from Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho Falls and Idaho Springs. It also offers a creative, custom-designed museum standard design, as well as a permanent collection of artwork from the Idaho Museum of Contemporary Art.
It specializes in the production of metal, glass and enamel and also offers courses in how to make exquisite, colorful enamels and works of art.
She is dedicated to teaching ballroom and ballroom dances for men and women of all ages and specializes in those who have never danced before. It is taught by teachers with extensive professional experience and works as a stained glass studio offering courses in the production of metal, glass and enamel and the creation of colorful enamels and works of art.
Inspired by a live workspace, artists of all disciplines are given the opportunity to create works at any time and reflect on their work in the Idaho community. The artist Kevin McCain regularly offers drawing and painting workshops for students aged 14 and over. Workshops are held every second Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to noon at the Boise Art Museum. The Fine Arts Student Association program offers a variety of performing arts, music, dance, and visual arts programs to support the Treasure Valley Scrollers Club and support the artistic education of students and faculty at Boise State University.
Studio Boise offers a fully equipped photo studio for professional photo shoots, which are conducted by professional photographers, videographers and photographers in the Boise area and beyond.
Museum visitors can experience some of the museum's aircraft, including the Mustang P-51C, the Boise Bee. When you study it, it's easy to wander to the American pilots who were brought down by the plane.