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Art on Campus and Community

In the Student Union Building, our curatorial team serves the university campus at large–students, faculty, staff, community members; we believe that providing access to visual art is central to that service. We work to model a culture foundationed on the philosophy that visual art should be accessible to everyone, as both audience members and artists. We encourage our diverse campus communities to think of themselves as worthy of being makers with creativity. As future engineers, historians, social workers, writers, and entrepreneurs alike search for how to be themselves and live in the confidence of their points of view, we want to encourage them to seek out art as part of the process. Our curatorial team is here to help.

Finding Art on Campus

You may be surprised at how many places on campus you can find art outside of a traditional gallery, like the Student Union Fine Art Gallery– public art, academic departments, the library, and even the parking garages. Below you will find the many opportunities campus provides to make art available to you.

Student Union Building Galleries

SUB Galleries

Student Union Art Collections

Visit Collections

Alumni and Friends Center

AFC Artwork

Public Art on Campus

Take a Self-Guided Tour

Albertsons Library

Special Collections

Lincoln and Brady Garages

Garage Art Competition

Finding Art in the Community

We are so proud that Boise is consistently voted one of the best cities to live in, and we believe that one aspect of living well in a thriving urban center is the ability to access art. We want to be a good partner with our city arts organizations, and so below you will find local, non-profit places to experience visual art in Boise.

Ming Studios

Visit Ming Studios Website

Visual Arts Collective

Visit Visual Arts Collective Website

Surel's Place

Visit Surel's Place Website

BAM Boise Art Museum

Visit Boise Art Museum Website

James Castle House

Visit James Castle House Website

Boise Public Art Tours

Walk the City Collection

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