University of Idaho students in printmaking and ceramics classes will sell their work at the fourth annual UI Student Holiday Print and Ceramics Sale Saturday at the Prichard Art Gallery.
The Kibbie Dome will ring with hundreds of voices from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday. Elementary, junior high and high school choirs will come together alongside a variety of University of Idaho ensembles to put on two hours of nonstop music.
Shelley Stone, founder and owner of The Yarn Underground and the Palouse Yarn Company, has been knitting for more than 30 years. She opened her storefront in downtown Moscow seven years ago, and has been a fixture of the local fiber arts community ever since.
At 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 13 in in the UI Commons, Hunger Banquet attendees randomly drew a slip of paper out of a bag upon entering the room. That paper determined their fate for the evening, assigning an income level, home country, name and a brief character bio.
With the Bangladesh national flag hung across the back of the stage, songs in Bengali resonating through the air and the Bruce Pitman Center International Ballroom filled with Moscow and UI community members, Bangladesh Night’s origin was obvious.
What happens when you combine an accordion, oboe, cello, violin and operatic tenor vocals? Audience members at the next installment of the Auditorium Chamber Music Series (ACMS) featuring Quartetto Gelato will find out at 7:30pm Nov. 7 when the “eclectic” group takes the stage in the UI Administration Building Auditorium.
The UI Dance Program’s 2017 Fall Concert “Form and Transform” began its four-day run in the Hartung Theatre on Thursday Nov. 2. The hour-long performance is a thought-provoking and powerful experience that proves you don’t have to leave Moscow to find top-notch artistry. The $8 student ticket or $10 general ticket is well-worth admission to […]
“Form and Transform” is more than just a theme incorporated throughout the dance pieces in the University of Idaho Dance Program’s fall concert. From “Rising Momentum” in 2015 and “Defining Balance” in 2016, the 2017 concert represents the continuing evolution of the dance program at the University of Idaho.
While candy and Halloween costumes sell out in stores across Moscow and the entire U.S., the University of Idaho Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is getting ready to celebrate a different kind of fall celebration.
Relationships between college students and their parents can vary widely, but Gabriella Garcia, a senior studying interior design and architecture, is lucky to have a strong relationship with her father.
Tickets to the Royal National Theatre in London can run upward of $85. But in Moscow, the production of “Twelfth Night,” performed at the National Theatre, can be watched live for $12 6:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre.
Cognitive dissonance is a term this year’s University of Idaho Common Read keynote speaker, Carol Tavris, spent her life writing about.
After years of wondering how to make their most visible building a more welcoming sight, the University of Idaho College of Art and Architecture has selected two murals to represent the university’s commitment to STEAMED (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, Education and Design).
The October 2017 issue of “In Tune Monthly – The Young Musician’s Textbook” honored the Lionel Hampton School of Music. The magazine — directed at high school aged performers and instructors — ranked the Lionel Hampton School of Music among the best music schools for 2018.
Touted around the Moscow community as “not your grandmother’s bingo,” Inland Oasis’s monthly Drag Bingo events will be moving to the 1912 Center.
As homecoming decorations came down around campus, members of the Confucius Institute and the Moscow community came together for a different annual celebration.
Plane tickets can be hard to come by on a college student budget, though wanderlust is common among students. Often, this demographic’s international experiences come from places closer to home. One such experience being offered this month is the Palouse French Film Festival.
For non-dancers, the appeal behind Faith Morrison’s award-winning screen dance and site-specific choreography may be difficult to express beyond stunned stammering about a “cool outdoor dance video.”
Vandal Overnight Games attendees filled the Idaho Commons Saturday night, crowding around tables, computers and televisions.
Even as the temperatures drop into the 40s and Moscow is hit with its first rain in weeks, the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center is full of people eager to talk about an insect primarily associated with spring — bees. The free showing of the documentary “Keep the Hives Alive” Wednesday, Sept. 20, was the first […]
Lia Menaker has been singing for her entire life — her mother claims she sang “Sixteen Going on Seventeen” from the “The Sound of Music” as a two-year-old. An experienced actress, singer, songwriter and pianist, Menaker describes her shows as “if Fiona Apple met Joni Mitchell at an old cabaret club.”