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Adult Workshop Series at Moscow Contemporary

Handmade Watercolors from Pre-ground Pigments

With Teaching Artists BKS

June 24, 2022, 5:45 to 8:45 pm $65

Ages 18 +

This workshop is contingent on having 5 persons registered.

Turn pre-ground pigments into watercolors using a muller and slab and binder medium that you will make in class from the original raw materials and local honey. Then make a small floral painting in a Middle Eastern style. You can even take a little paint that you made home with you!

Artwalk Season Finale Thurs. June 16th 4-8pm

The City of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission announced the Artwalk Season Finale event to be held on Thurs., June 16 from 4-8 p.m.

The 2021-2022 Artwalk season culminates with an event including visual, culinary, literary, and performing arts offerings at 27 host locations, as well as a street fair with 6 food vendors and 21 art vendor/demonstrator booths.

Artwalk flyers including host, vendor, and musician information are available at the following times and locations:

Online
Participants can view, download, and print a flyer starting on June 3, 2022 from the City of Moscow website: https://www.ci.moscow.id.us/189/Artwalk

In Print

  • Participating host locations will have printed event flyers available to the public starting on Sat., June 11, 2022.
  • Moscow Arts Commission members will host a table at the Moscow Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sat. June 11, 2022. Printed flyers, stickers, and other program information will be available in print.
  • During the Artwalk event on Thurs., June 16, event attendees can find flyers located on stands placed along the length of Main St. as well as at the City of Moscow information tent at Friendship Square.

Along with arts features at host locations, the Artwalk Season Finale offers many other exciting experiences:

Artwalk Street Fair
The street fair footprint on Main St. stretches from 3rd to 6th, including the half-block from Main to the alley on 5th St. The event includes a City Council-approved, temporary suspension of open container laws within the Entertainment District. Event attendees who are 21 years-of-age or older may present a valid form of identification to a participating vendor to get an event cup and wristband. This will allow them to walk within the event footprint while carrying a cup of beer or wine.

Artwalk Passport
The Artwalk Passport program guides event attendees to participating street vendors and host locations, where a representative at the location will sign or stamp the Passport. Once the Passport holder has gathered 6 stamps, they can turn it in for the drawing at the Moscow Chamber of Commerce + Visitor Center by 7:45 p.m. on Thurs., June 16. Those who enter the drawing are eligible to win prizes provided by participating businesses.

Art Vendors
Participants are invited to explore multiple booths featuring local art vendors at the Artwalk street fair just to the north of Friendship Square.

Foodwalk
Moscow’s local culinary arts businesses take center stage at Foodwalk, where participants can find a variety of food and beverage options located between 5th St. and Friendship Square on Main St.

Music
Live musical performances will take place beginning at 4 p.m. at Friendship Square and at Kidwalk between 5th and 6th Streets. The artist line-up includes DJ Dave, The Intentions, and MAITA at Friendship Square. DJ Joe and The Electric Light Show presents music for the young-at-heart at Kidwalk.

Kidwalk
New to this year’s Artwalk experience is Kidwalk, a neighborhood of the Artwalk street fair designed just for families and children. Kidwalk is located between 5th and 6th on Main Street, and features art performances, vendors, and interactive demonstrations that are perfect for families. In the intersection immediately to […]

Idaho Native Plant Society White Pine Chapter Annual Spring Native Plant Sale

May 13-15, 2022 (Open to all)

Online Sale
Pick-up at PCEI greenhouse*

CLICK HERE TO SHOP

*you will receive an email notification acknowledging your order and when your order is ready for pickup.

 

Moscow Renaissance Fair April 30th and May 1st

 

The annual Moscow Renaissance Fair will be held Saturday & Sunday among the trees at East City Park in Moscow, Idaho. Festivities will span both days from 10:00 a.m. until dusk with music going into the night. We are gearing up for another outstanding year of great entertainment, exquisite food, and unique hand-crafted arts and crafts. We are excited to once again bring such a jewel of an event to our community. Admission is FREE to the public.

The Moscow Renaissance Fair is a non-profit grassroots organization. Proceeds go toward supporting, developing, and advertising the Fair. We concentrate our energies on publicity, planning for events and securing the highest quality arts and entertainment. We are self-supporting and accept no corporate sponsorships.

The Fair is held outside under the trees at East City Park the weekend of the first Sunday in May. Craft booths will be open Saturday from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine; main stage entertainment goes from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. The Fair features about 100 crafts booths and 15 non-commercial food booths, profits from which go to the betterment of the community.

The Moscow Renaissance Fair Peter Basoa Main Stage is a scheduled outdoor stage, featuring various performances, mostly musical. The 24′ x 24′ stage has a back wall and shed style roof. Fair performances vary in length but are generally 30 – 90 minutes long. (from the site http://www.moscowrenfair.org/music_application.html)

Nez Perce/Latah Counties Women’s Business Network

This upcoming Women’s Business Network event is going to be a great one!

There is no cost to attend, but an rsvp would be greatly appreciated by our host, Furry Tale Farms.  There’s just no place like Furry Tale Farm to pamper your mind, body, and soul.  Come learn what these women are doing to showcase their businesses.

For any of you that would like to carpool to the event from Kendrick, we will be meeting in front of Furry Tale Mercantile on Main Street at 12:15 pm.  The event is from 1-3 pm so we will be returning to Kendrick at 3:00 pm.  If you would like to follow us in your own car that’s fine too.

Dress is casual and hopefully, we will have a nice sunny spring day.

The guest speaker is Julie Myrick Glenn, owner of the House of JuJu franchise, now in Orofino, ID and Clovis, CA, Morro Bay, CA, and soon to be Visalia, CA. She will be speaking to us about how to survive as an entrepreneur in today’s economic climate.

PICUUN, I AM WATER EXHIBIT AT MOSCOW CONTEMPORARY

PICUUN, I AM WATER

Dennis DeHart, Robbie McClaran, Palouse Prairie Charter School Canoe Project, Nimiipuu traditional fishing tools

June 3 – September 10, 2022

Exhibition Reception: June 3, 5 – 7 pm

Canoe Project Reception: June 9, 5 – 7 pm


Rivers have sculpted the landscapes and imaginations of the people living in the Northwest. Rivers connect the life, livelihood, and spiritual basis for millions. This exhibit honors and questions the evolving relationship to our rivers from multiple perspectives.

SBDC Offers Workshops for Idaho Small Business Owners

The North Central Idaho SBDC is part of a nationwide network of Small Business Development Centers providing no-cost consulting to improve the success of small businesses. One way to get started: a slate of low-cost workshops covering topics ranging from business set-up to bookkeeping to marketing and social media. Download the Spring/Summer 2020 schedule or view it online.

Where & when
Various dates, January through May 2020
406 Main St, Lewiston, ID 83501

Contact

lcsc.edu/sbdc

Summer Workshops at Moscow Contemporary are here!

Photopoetry: Reframing Landscapes

Generate and assemble writing and landscape photography to create a multi-media narrative through the use of images, text and/or audio recording.

With Teaching Artists Megan Mack and Abby Wooten

June 18 2022,11am to 6pm (4pm to 6pm at Philips Farm Park)

June 19, 2022, 12pm to 6pm

$215

Ages 18 +

Please bring a water bottle and sack lunch. Snack provided.

Instructors Megan Mack and Abby Wooten will teach how to convey narrative and landscape photography using images and text or audio narration. We will encourage participants to think about the narrative of the entire scene beyond the frame, using the question of what is missing or what we don’t see as a guide post. We will talk about tone, poetic sentences, storytelling, and poems. How do words enhance the image? How do words create new meaning?

What? This two day intensive workshop is to help artists and anyone with an interest in photography delve deeper into the idea behind language and imagery, with an introduction to photo-poetry and landscape photography

The term ‘photopoetry’ is a form in which combinations of poems and photographs create illustrative, evocative, and symbiotic relationships between text and image.
The idea behind this workshop is to create a photographic piece that moves beyond the aesthetic landscape image.

Complete a piece of digital, printed, or photographic work with text. You will explore “what is captured within the frame” and “what is purposely left out”.

 

https://www.moscowcontemporary.org/adult-workshops

Take a relaxing day trip to visit Lake Coeur d’ Alene

There are many things to do at Lake Coeur d’ Alene, paddle boarding, boating, swimming, or just taking a walk around the lake. 

 

 

Take a minute to meditate while breathing in nature’s wonder.

Image ©meganmack

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