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Art & Soul Soul Searching April 14-29

Soul Searching Events:

Take time to enjoy all the aspects of Art & Soul of the Magic Valley! Several of our Venues will be showcasing their artist(s) during this community-wide event.

Thursday, April 13:

All are invited to the official Kick-Off Celebrationfor the 7th Annual Art & Soul of the Magic Valley from 5:30 – 7 pm at the Twin Falls Center for the Arts, home of the Magic Valley Arts Council. Delight your senses with food, friends, and fun as we unveil this year’s art. Enjoy live music and be among the first to register to vote! 195 River Vista Place. For more information contact the Arts Council at 734-ARTS (2787) or see the official Art & Soul website:

Friday, April 14:

Kurt’s Pharmacy & Hallmark will be hosting an open house for Art & Soul Artist Dave Swain from 4-6 pm. 1202 Filer Ave. E. 734-8177

Disenchanted! The Hilarious Hit Musical, presented by the Orpheum Theater, April 14-15 at 7:30 pm. Poisoned apples. Glass slippers. Who needs ’em! Not Snow White and her posse of disenchanted princesses in the hilarious hit musical that’s anything but Grimm. Forget the princesses you think you know the original storybook heroines have come back to life to set the record straight. After multiple sold-out runs nationwide, these royal renegades tossed off their tiaras to bring their hilariously subversive, not-for-the-kiddies musical to you and what you thought about princesses will never be the same! 146 Main Ave. N., 595-2600. Ticket Prices: $10 Balcony,$12 Orchestra,$15 Mezzanine,$50 Per Box

Saturday, April 15:

SavMor Drug will host a party for their three artists from 2-4 pm. Music will be provided by the Act IV Saxophone Quartet, with a painting demonstration by artist Tami Aufderheide 139 Main Ave. W., 733-8323,

DeseretBookwill host an open house for Art & Soul artist Gary Rasmussen from 2-4 pm. Come by and meet Gary then browse their wide selection of popular & Christian books, music, movies, home decor, jewelry & more! 1434 Pole Line Rd. E, 734-6781,

Sponsored by Commercial Creamery, gather with Art Hoag & friends to celebrate the many talented Art & Soul artists who have their work showcased at both Mary Alice Park?and Venue 632.?Refreshments and live music at both locations, 6-9 pm. Mary Alice Park, 436 Main Ave. N. and Venue 632, 632 Main Ave. N. For more information see

Monday, April 17:

Come visit Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore reception from 5-7 pm for Art & Soul artist Levi Bennett’s reclaimed metal sculpture Bench. Refreshments and music by Jon Gibson. Wine generously provided by Holesinsky Winery in Buhl. 639 Eastland South. 735-1233

Serenity Funeral Chapel Life Celebration Center & Cremation Services of Idaho will host an Open House Reception from 5:30- 6:30 pm for Art & Soul artist Jack Netz. Jack will also have other metal sculpture work on display and for sale at this event. 502 2nd Ave. N.,

TitleFact will host a reception for Art & Soul artist Travis Emmen’s large sculpture My Favorite Thing. 5:30-7 pm with light refreshments and beverages. 163 4th Ave. N., 733-3821,

Tuesday, April 18:

Join your South End venue neighbors this evening from 6 – 8 pm for a joint reception honoring their Art & Soul artists.Terry’s Heating and Air, 1535 Kimberly Rd., will be serving cheese, small savory foods, wine and punch. 734-4376

Quale’s Electronics will feature desserts and fruit across the street, 1730 Kimberly Rd., 733-4910,

Wednesday, April 19:

10 am – noon, two events combined! Meet 6 Terrific Artists at Joslin Field – Magic Valley Regional Airport. James Deitrick, Carol Irving, Kathy LilyField, David Mensing, Stephanie VanDiest, and Pam Yates. Refreshments will be served with Entertainment provided by Music Magic Events. Ribbon Cutting & Celebration of Architectural Art. Make a round-trip tour of your airport’s terminal expansion project. Celebrate its completion with local dignitaries, architect Martin Hahle, and Peterson Brothers Construction. Art & Soul voter registration will be available. 492 Airport Loop, 736-0870.

Middlekauff Ford Lincoln hosts a wine & cheese tasting event from 5 – 7 pm to honor their seven Art & Soul artists. Visit with your friends, enjoy the art, and check out Middlekauff’s extensive selection of available vehicles. 1243 Blue Lakes Blvd. N. For more information call 736-2480,

Canyon Crest will host an artist reception in the dining room for Art & Soul artist Paula Dodd from 6-8 pm with passed appetizers and a no host bar. Dodd’s Great Barrier Reef Turtle Mandala?will be on display! At 7 pm join Dodd for our traditional wine pairing dinner. This month’s featured winery is Federalist. Each month Canyon Crest hosts a multi-course wine pairing dinner, each course carefully designed to showcase fresh ingredients paired with the perfect wine. These dinners feature a unique menu designed to enhance the appreciation and enjoyment of wine. Paula will also provide fun, interactive entertainment with her African Djembe Drum and Native American Flute! Reservations are required, so call now to reserve your place at the table. 733-9392. More information available at

Thursday, April 20:

Don’t miss the best of CSI visual arts students! This special exhibit, April 11 – May 13 at the Herrett Center for Arts & Science, features the juried works of CSI arts students across mediums. Jean B. King Gallery of Contemporary Art at the Herrett Center for Arts & Science, 315 Falls Ave. Museum front desk: 732-6655. Tuesdays & Fridays 9:30 am – 9 pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9:30 am – 4:30 pm, Saturdays 1 – 9

The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies, presented by the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Center. All noise contains pure tone.? In this concert, CSI faculty member Scott Farkas performs John Luther Adams foundational work for solo percussion. This evening length piece for solo percussion and pre-recorded sounds searches to find and reveal the choirs of complex inner voices of pure tones within the complex sonorities of percussion instruments. Listeners will traverse the topographies of eight unique sonic fields derived from the inherent resonances of the instruments involved: Snare Drums, large Bass Drums, Triangles, Cymbals, large Gong, and even a Siren. This evening of music will be at once aggressive and introspective; bombastic and crystalline soft; hurdling and still. Audience members will be thoroughly engaged in an evening of dramatic musical performance that will leave them discussing and reveling in the possibilities of music and sound itself at its conclusion. Tickets are $10 for adults or $5 for CSI or high school and under students. Tickets are available at the CSI Box Office, by calling 732-6288, at the door, or by going online to Seating is limited to 100 people, 7:30 pm.

Friday, April 21:

Monastery of the Ascension, 11 am – 6 pm. Hospice Visions and The Artist’s Atelier Present the 2nd annual Art for Hospice art exhibit and fundraiser to benefit the Visions of Home hospice house where residents receive round the clock comfort, care and love every step of the way, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. Monastery of the Ascension 541 East 100 South in Jerome. 735-0121

Join your friends at Everton Mattress and Furniture Gallery, 347 Pole Line Rd., for an Art & Soul reception from 6 – 8 pm. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres prepared by Richard Berger, the executive chef and General Manager at Canyon Crest Dining & Event Center. No host bar. 733-8373

Saturday, April 22:

Bring the whole family for lunch and join Chick-fil-A?as they host a meet the artist event with Carl Rowe from 11 am-1 pm. There will be a drawing game for kids with a free dessert award. 1631 Blue Lakes Blvd N.,735-5010,

Monastery of the Ascension, 11 am – 6 pm. Hospice Visions and The Artist’s Atelier Present the 2nd annual Art for Hospice art exhibit and fundraiser to benefit the Visions of Home hospice house where residents receive round the clock comfort, care and love every step of the way, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. Monastery of the Ascension 541 East 100 South in Jerome. 735-0121

Art & Soul Stroll events in Historic Downtown Twin Falls:

Come meet Mimi Ford & Michele Hamilton at JensenRingmakers?from 1 – 4 pm. Refreshments will be served including select wines from Holesinsky Vineyard & Winery. 109 Main Ave. E.,

Meet Dave LaMure, Jr. at Design 125 where he will showcase his bronze Bison Vessel from 1:30 – 3:30 pm. Dave is planning a super cool participation project for all who attend! Light refreshments will be served along with live entertainment. Maps & additional information about the Historic Downtown Art & Soul Stroll are available at Design 125 or at 125 Main Ave. W., 733-1256.

Hands On will be hosting an artist open house starting at 4 pm. Free studio fees during the event! Refreshments will be served. Come meet Elaine Fuehrer and discover some tips on how to create with glass. Elaine learned some of the techniques she now uses in her art at Hands On. 147 Shoshone St. N., 736-4475.

The Brass Monkey will host a reception for Rosi Martinez Eckert & Kay Seurat from 5 – 7 pm. Enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres while meeting & greeting the artists. 124 Main Ave. N. 944-9452.?

We’re celebrating the youth artists at an Art & Soul Youth Reception at the Magic Valley Mall from 1 – 3 pm. All youth artists are encouraged to bring their families & friends to show off their talents! Snacks provided. 1485 Pole Line Rd. E. The Magic Valley Mall is open from 10 am to 9 pm so plan on browsing at your favorite shops before and after the event. For more information call the Magic Valley Arts Council at 734-ARTS(2787).

Monday, April 24:

Come by Great Harvest BreadCo. and grab a fresh loaf of bread or a handcrafted sandwich while you admire the Art & Soul entry by Elizabeth LaRowe. Great Harvest handcrafts bread daily using pure and simple ingredients. Each morning we fresh-grind premium whole wheat in the bakery and blend it with wholesome ingredients like yeast, salt and honey. The result is bread that tastes simply amazing. 727 Blue Lakes Blvd. N., 329-6253,

Bring the kids to Rodda Paint for a special activity from 4 – 6 pm and enjoy the work by Art & Soul artist Kirk Jensen. 1280 Filer Ave. E, 733-5333,

Visit Nielson Family Chiropracticfrom 4 – 6 pm and meet Art & Soul artists Carly Robinson and Nicole Kindred. 1330 Filer Ave. E., 733-2322

Tuesday, April 25:

Come meet Dan Looney of Meridian tonight at Freedom Auto Finders from 5 – 7 pm to discuss his prolific painting career. Holesinsky Winery from Buhl will generously host the wine for this event. 365 Blue Lakes Blvd. N., 734-3000,

Friday, April 28:

Magic Valley Arts Council presents Brown Bag Lecture Series: Your Life is YOUR Art. Today’s lecture features Jan Mittleider who will be presenting, Changing the Way We Age. Jan, retired CSI educator and current member of the CSI Board of Trustees, closes the series sharing ways our lives are a Masterpiece “Our Own Work of Art.” The lectures, which begin at noon, offer the benefits of adding art into your everyday life. Bring your lunch or order To Go from Elevation 486. Twin Falls Center for the Arts, 195 River Vista Place. For more information call 734-ARTS(2787).

Magic Valley Symphony presents an all request Krazy For Kids pops concert. The Maestro’s kid-friendly surprise concert promises a full program of fan requests likely to include iconic works of Mozart, Handel, Faure, Beethoven and maybe the best of Broadway showstoppers. CSI Fine Arts Auditorium, 7:30 pm. Tickets available from the box office or by calling (208)

The Herrett Center for Arts & Scienceis the home of the Faulkner Planetarium the largest planetarium theater in Idaho, seating 144 under a 50 dome. Shows are presented Tuesdays at 7 pm, Fridays at 7 pm and 8 pm, Saturdays 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:30, 7 pm and 8 pm. Please see herrett.csi.edufor show schedules and ticket prices. For more information contact the Herrett Center for Arts & Science at The College of Southern Idaho, 315 Falls Ave. Museum front desk: (208) 732-6655. Planetarium ticket sales: (208) 732-6655.

Saturday, April 29:

Voting closes today-Register to vote for your 14 favorite artists and/or 9 favorite Youth contestants. Art & Soul voting headquarters is located inside the Twin Falls Center for the Arts, 195 River Vista Place. Cast your votes at the Voting Headquarters until 8 pm or from any computer with your password. Passwords are obtained by registering at the Twin Falls Center for the Arts. Online voting officially closes at midnight Saturday, April 29, 2017.



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