See through the eyes of some of Idaho’s local artists and get a taste of their unique expressive styles. Encounter intricate and fascinating sculptures throughout the state, ponder abstract paintings at art museums, or marvel at the bold and stimulating murals of Freak Alley Gallery.

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Did you know?

Freak Alley Gallery is the largest open-air, multi artist mural gallery in the Northwest.

Christopher Fennell’s larger than life sculpture “Canoe Wave” in Lewiston is constructed from over 50 canoes and is a nod to Lewis and Clark.

The Sun Valley Museum of Art is a non-collecting museum and changes their exhibitions five times a year.

The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho is the only art museum in its region and is home to five art galleries, a children’s interactive art learning area and more.

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Featured Adventures

Whether you’re into Post-Impressionism, Modern or Art Deco, you’ll find fascinating artwork scattered across the state.

Boise Art Museum

Boise, Idaho

BAM is embracing its 80+ year history as an opportunity to enhance and ensure a rewarding experience for all visitors…

Freak Alley Gallery

Boise, Idaho

Explore an evolving art gallery in the heart of downtown Boise. Freak Alley Gallery provides a public forum for visual artists…

LCSC Center for Arts and History
LCSC Center for Arts and History

Lewiston, Idaho

Located in the heart of historic Lewiston, Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History provides a common ground…

Artwork on display at the Prichard Art Gallery.
Prichard Art Gallery

Moscow, Idaho

Established in 1982, the Prichard Art Gallery is an outreach facility of the University of Idaho College of Art and Architecture…