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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First Thursdays, 5-8pm
Enjoy works by artists from around the region and around the globe at various community galleries, museums, and artisan stores. Admission is completely free and no registration is required. Some locations offer refreshments, live music, and artist demos.
*The 2024 July Art Walk will be on the 2nd Thursday to accommodate the holiday.
Sponsored by the Idaho Falls Downtown Development Corporation.
Contact Georgina Goodlander, Visual Arts Director, for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org, (208) 522-0471
Grab an Art Walk bookmark from any of the venues below and check off each one by October 3 to enter a raffle to win amazing prizes!
- Willowtree Gallery, 210 Cliff St.
- ARTitorium on Broadway, 271 W Broadway St.
- Spare Room Press, 260 B St.
- Puggslane Art Alley, 352 B St.
- The Handmade Idaho Shop, 430 Park Ave.
- WAC Artist Studios, 496 A St.
- Willard Arts Center, 450 A St.
- The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho, 300 S Capital Ave.
Art to Walk By
Add these stops into your Art Walk evening, or visit them anytime!
- Traffic Cabinet Art located along Broadway St. and Northgate Mile from River Parkway to Constitution Way
- Early Eagle Rock Street by Dustin Lyon on Willowtree Art Gallery
- I Love Idaho by Kris Burnham on Villa Coffeehouse, Park Ave.
- Pets of Downtown by Marina Zavalova (pet portraits) and Jessie Mendoza (title) on the side of Black Rock, Park Ave.
- National Parksy by Ben Steele, commissioned by: Page Insurance, Park Ave.
- Butterflies by Cherryn Wight on the side of SnakeBite, A St.
- Look and Listen by Kelly Sheridan in the alley between A and B Streets on Park Ave.
- Little Free Art Gallery outside The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho.