About the Idaho Falls Arts Council
Since its founding in 1990, the Idaho Falls Arts Council has committed to hosting an array of events, arts, performances, and venues to feature local and international talent within Idaho Falls and its surrounding areas. Now consisting of the Willard Arts Center, the historic Colonial Theater, the ARTitorium, and the Civic Center, these settings provide the means to have an annual impact of $2.7 million on the local community in the form of art galleries, 10 - 16 mainstage shows, 8 visual arts exhibitions, and community events all year long. The continued support of its staff members and volunteers accommodate the thousands of individuals who partake in the local arts community.
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March 18 - May 30, 2021: Carr and Hall Galleries
13th Annual National Juried Exhibition
The Idaho Falls National Exhibition is an annual juried exhibition by the Idaho Falls Arts Council and exhibited at the Willard Arts Center in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Artists working in all mediums throughout the United States are invited to submit. This is an open show with no geographic boundaries.
First Place ($750): Seeing is Believing by Heidi Brueckner
Second Place ($500): Ice Carnival by Thomas Pickarski
Third Place ($250): Every Thought has a Cloudy Lining by Dennis Smith
Honorable Mentions: West Texas Redux by Stephen Henry, The Future is in Your Hands by Russel Lewis, and Pink Hydrangeas by Corinne McAuley
Curator's Choice ($125): 7:42am on Blueberry Monday by Colter May
Christopher Hull lives in Idaho Falls with his wife of twelve years, and three children. He has worked with The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho to educate Idaho’s youth, which is where he discovered his passion for teaching. He has been an Art Educator in Idaho Falls for five years; teaching drawing, painting, and digital media. He is a member of the Elementary Art Committee that has been responsible for ensuring art education in Idaho District 91’s elementary schools. Recently, he earned the Art Teacher of the Year Award from the Idaho Art Educators Association.
Christopher’s personal work is primarily Lowbrow based; working in mediums of pen and ink, paints, and digital media. Pop culture and the existentialist absurd drive his creative spirit.
Exhibition sponsored by:
Sue Rinaldi • Bank of Idaho • Randy and Debra Kern • Joshua Flores • Amy Lientz and Jay Astle