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400 First Avenue North
Ketchum, Idaho - ID83340
Gail Severn Gallery represents young, mid career and established artists working in all media. For more than 35 years the gallery has built a national reputation for presenting energetic exhibition schedules, participating in international art fairs, facilitating museum exhibitions, and publishing books and catalogs for our artists.

Our building houses 4 distinct exhibition spaces in more than 8,000 square feet, combined with an outdoor sculpture court. In addition, the gallery has a 2-acre sculpture garden that provides a variety of unique environments for viewing intimate and large-scale sculpture including fountains and site specific installations, which change on a seasonal basis.
661 Sun Valley Road
ketchum, Idaho - ID83340
Gilman Contemporaryís philosophy is simple: We believe art should be thought-provoking, inspirational and resonate in a deeply personal place for our clients. Our collectors appreciate the diversity of our artists and have come to find the gallery a place of conversation and discovery.
119 Lewis Street
Ketchum, Idaho - HI83340
191 Fifth Street East
Ketchum, Idaho - ID 83340
A cornerstone of the Wood River Valley arts scene and the largest arts organization in Idaho, the Sun Valley Center for the Arts has enriched the community through transformative arts and educational experiences since 1971. The Center offers exceptional year-round programming in music, film, visual arts, the humanities and Company of Fools professional theatre. An AAM accredited museum, The Center uses a unique multidisciplinary approach to explore ideas relevant to our time. Several times a year, each of The Centerís programming areas come together to consider a single topic or issue through BIG IDEA projects.
709 S. Deakin Street
Moscow, Idaho - ID83844
The Prichard Art Gallery is an outreach facility of the University of Idaho College of Art and Architecture. Established in 1982, the gallery is located in downtown Moscow and serves the community and the university with a year-round schedule of exhibitions. The gallery hosts 9 to 11 exhibitions annually and provides the community with a full spectrum of the arts, including fine arts, architecture and landscape architecture. Ceramics, photography, glass art, fine craft, computer art, folk art, and installation art are exhibited along with the traditional arts, painting and sculpture.
The University of Idaho Prichard Art Gallery serves over 17,000 visitors annually, including approximately 2,200 students from area and regional schools. Through exhibition programming, outreach, and related educational programming, the gallery is dedicated to the cultural enrichment of the university community, the Palouse, the State of Idaho, and the Northwest region. The gallery's docent program conducts guided tours for elementary and secondary school students and the gallery provides a forum for lectures, presentations, and panel discussions.
The mission of the Prichard Art Gallery is to be a leader in the presentation of contemporary visual arts within the Northwest. The gallery programs will seek to encourage experimentation through the support presentation of new works by emerging and established artists. Through exhibitions, outreach, and related educational programming the gallery is dedicated to the cultural enrichment of the university community, the Palouse, the state of Idaho, and the Northwest region.
The gallery opened in its current location in the fall of 1987. It is the result of an extensive remodeling project. University of Idaho Associate Professor of Architecture William Bowler designed the gallery interior space and students of the Department of Architecture under his direction carried out the renovation during the summer. The University supports basic facilities fees as well as one full-time and one part-time staff position, while funding for exhibition programming and additional personnel is generated through student fees, grants, individual and corporate Memberships, and special events sponsored by the Prichard Art Gallery Advisory Board. In addition to a full-time director and part-time assistant, students from the University of Idaho staff the gallery. The gallery is open five days a week (including weekday evenings and Saturdays) and admission is free.
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