Arts & Culture

“Voices From The Land – Unique Stories Of Women In Ranching” Featured As 2022 Trailing Of The Sheep Festival’s Sheep Tales Gathering

The iconic Trailing of the Sheep Festival, October 5 – 9, 2022, celebrates the sheep, herders, history, and food, of this unique cultural tradition, with the event recognized as one of the “Top Ten Fall Festivals in the World” by msn.com.

Pugsslane Art Alley

IDAHO FALLS IS HOME TO SOME PRETTY BRILLIANT GEMS, even beyond the semi-precious variety. One of these is the downtown art alley Pugsslane at 352 B St.

Partners in Paint

Jim Pletscher and Gibby Smede have teamed up to keep downtown looking sharp and clean.

Keeping up with Jim Pletscher

THE NEXT TIME you take a walk in Historic Downtown Idaho Falls, pay special attention to how clean it is.

Siren Songs

The Idaho Falls Arts Council is excited to be hosting Siren Songs, a duo who specializes in Americana and folk music, on Thursday, September 15th.

Mountain America Center Announces Violinst And Dancer Lindsey Stirling’s Snow Waltz Christmas Tour to Play At Hero Arena

Lindsey Stirling announces her new Snow Waltz tour of North America, in support of her newest album Snow Waltz, where she’ll bring the holiday spirit from coast to coast.

On Art and the Love of Learning

IT TAKES PATIENCE TO WAIT FOR A GOOD THING. For anyone who has visited the new exhibit at the The Idaho Art Museum featuring the work of Gloria Miller Allen and Sherian Miller Lewis, it isn’t hard to say the wait was worth it.

2022 Roaring Youth Jam

This year’s Roaring Youth Jam theme will be Fairytales and Fantasy. This event takes place on August 11, 12 and 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day.

A Picture-Perfect Place to Work & Live

For proof in the pudding, just take a look at the East Idaho Community Photo Contest, presented by Idaho Falls Magazine.

A History of Arts and Opportunity

For those interested in the arts, history and the concept of lifelong learning, Idaho Falls provides an extraordinary range of opportunities.

Summer Activities in Eastern Idaho

June is always a time of exploration and play. It's a time to relax, wander, and try new things.

EBR-I Atomic Museum open for the summer May 27

The Experimental Breeder Reactor-I (EBR-I) Atomic Museum launched its 2022 season on Friday, May 27. The museum will be open every day until Labor Day, Sept. 5.

Save the Idaho Art Lab!

The Idaho Art Lab has until May 31, to raise the $350,000 to buy their building, or it will be sold.

Join the Club

Whether you’re a young artist looking to expand your palette, a seasoned professional or a person who simply appreciates art, there are plenty of ways to get involved in the Idaho Falls arts community.