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Idaho Dance Theatre presents: Pre- Flight: A Preview Performance
Ming Studios
Sunday October 9 at 7pm
$7 at the door for non-members
The performance features excerpts from Idaho Dance Theatre’s upcoming shows, Taking Flight: A New Generation. Here is a glimpse of what to expect.

Anna Adaska's, Communion of One, Solitude of Many, performed to lively acoustic guitar, captures the joy of community through movement.

Nathan Powell’s new work, A Four Sided Triangle, is a dive into classical ballet with a slight twist. Elements of the dancers’ true colors come across in this energetic work with music by Dvorak and Entheil.

Marla Hansen’s, Scenarios, takes us on a journey of five contrasting moods with evocative music performed by the Balanescu String quartet. Starting with a mirage and ending with a road trip, we experience a gamut of emotions.

Lemuel Reagan’s, With Mother and Father, is about social and individual abuse. With music that is energetic to slow and resolute, we are shown, in a poetic fashion, the consequential fragmentation of the collective and individual.
MING Studios
Tonight! Intimate music in an intimate space: MING Studios
I'll be performing nothing but the hits. The ones you've heard, the ones you haven't, and the ones that exist as hits only in the liminal space that is the intersection between art and commerce. With Jake Marchus and Frankie Tillo
See all your lucky faces very soon...
This Sunday at MING Studios. Come hear me sing my songs with a small band:
Jake Marchus and Frankie Tillo.
It’s going to be very very good and you will come up to me afterwards and thank me for insisting that you come instead of staying home and streaming a mediocre TV show. You’re welcome.
“Nothing to See Here,” is actually two bodies of work that Claassen put together. Both are based loosely on a series he did over 20 years ago based on the Idaho State Seal. He said he’s intrigued by insignia, seals and badges because they seem to be based on a consensus of what a country is like but these things often don’t really represent what a country is.

The exhibit at MING Studios has an opening reception on Saturday, March 19 at 7 p.m., followed by a sketchbook share Saturday, April 2 at 3 p.m., and a community art talk Saturday, April 16 at 3 p.m. The show runs from March 19 to April 23.
Looking for a unique and inspiring sound experience? Look no further than MING Studios’ My____on Mondays. Every Monday, MING Studios publishes a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

With 30 episodes in the can, MING compiled for us a fun mix of narratives, art and sound from the archive.

Episode 1: My Concrete Mondays
Episode 2: My Soundscape Ecology
Episode 3: My 54 Word Poems
Episode 5: My Vending Machine Poetry Dream
Episode 9: My Mondays in Sarajevo
Episode 10: My Vigil
Episode 11: My Dirty Fingernails
Episode 14: My Harmonium
Episode 18: My Frankenstein Monster
Episode 30: My Six Yaks

What’s your “My”? Drop us a line in the Comments, and head to www.mingstudios.org to listen to episodes or submit your unique approach and perspective to this concept.

Earlier this year, Mayor McLean and the Boise City Department of Arts and History announced Boise Contemporary Theater as the 2022-23 City of Boise Cultural Ambassador. Since their first production in 1996, Boise Contemporary Theater has been committed to telling new, interesting stories and inspiring our community to examine their perspective the perspectives of those around them.

The City of Boise Cultural Ambassador Program was created in 2010, and past ambassadors include Anthony Doerr, Treefort Music Fest and the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Last year's ambassador was MING Studios.

Left to right: Director of Arts & History Terri Schorzman, Boise Contemporary Theater Producing Artistic Director Benjamin Burdick, MING Studios Founder Jason Morales
Last night, alumnus Cultural Ambassador MING Studios met with current City of Boise Boise Contemporary Theater to relay the baton and exchange best practices at BCT’s theater location on Fulton Street.

During his tenure and despite the pandemic, Founder Jason Morales and his team at MING Studios continued to build on and create new partnerships with arts and educational programs abroad, bringing weekly online artist screenings from Europe, and hosting and featuring solo and group exhibitions by local and international artists. In response to COVID-19, MING Studios also developed new programming, like the popular “My _____ on Mondays”, and offered its space for studio usage to local artists for free.

As Cultural Ambassador, Producing Artistic Director Benjamin Burdick and his Team at BCT will continue the theater’s legacy of outreach to teachers and schools through the Academy for Contemporary Theater and the Theater Lab programs, and build on the success of its inaugural playwright’s festival. While still in the early stages of planning, Benjamin hopes to commission a play with themes that are both specific to Idaho, and universal enough to take to other theaters around the country and potentially beyond.

Image: Director of Arts & History Terri Schorzman (left) and Jason Morales (right) hand Cultural Ambassador award to Benjamin Burdick (middle).
Thanks MING Studios ❤️
Congratulations to Boise Contemporary Theater for being named the next City of Boise’s Cultural Ambassador!

During her State of the City Address, Mayor McLean touched on the importance of memorializing our stories so future generations can understand how we weathered this period of growth and change, together, making the storytellers at BCT a perfect fit for this role.

Of this appointment, Producing Artistic Director Ben Burdick says:

"As a theater that values collaboration and connection within the community, BCT will continue to make our thought-provoking main-stage productions, as well as our education programs, accessible to as many Boiseans as possible. We look forward to partnering with the City to promote Boise’s exemplary arts organizations within our own community, across the country and internationally."

Our sincere thanks to MING Studios for leading in this role for the last two years, and for meeting the challenges faced during the coronavirus pandemic with flexibility, creativity, and innovation.

The City of Boise Cultural Ambassador is appointed by the Mayor of Boise every odd-numbered year, for two years. Acting as Boise’s honorary representative to the world, the Cultural Ambassador engages with national and international audiences through the public expression of culture that helps develop, document, research, share, or reflect upon Boise’s cultural life.

Images: Boise Contemporary Theater by Brooke Burton; Theater Lab (2 & 3) and The Wolves by Andy Lawless

ANNOUNCING …the recipients of grant funding for fiscal year 2022! 26 organizations will receive grant awards between $5,000 and $3,000 for cultural projects that occur between October 1, 2021 and September 30, 2022 and benefit Boise residents.

The recipients are:

*Alzheimer’s Association: Greater Idaho
*Argos Productions
Basque Museum & Cultural Center
Boise Gay Men's Chorus & Boise Women's Chorus
Boise Baroque Orchestra
Boise Philharmonic
Boise Rock School
*FARE Idaho
*Flamencos United
Foote Park Project – Foundation for Idaho History (Idaho State Historical Society)
GlobalLounge
HomeGrown Theatre
Idaho Dance Theatre - IDT
Idaho Film Foundation
Idaho Shakespeare Festival
LED
*Lost Grove Brewing
MING Studios
Opera Idaho
KRBX, Radio Boise - 89.9/93.5 FM
Story Story Night
TAG Historical Research & Consulting
The Boise Chordsmen
*The Twisted Ewe, a yarn shop
*Treefort Community Fund (Treefort Music Fest)
TRICA Children's Arts

*indicates first-time recipients

Congratulations to everyone! Learn more about their projects by heading to www.boiseartsandhistory.org.

Read press release: https://bit.ly/2WpGvHU

Images: Arts & History Grant Recipients Boise Gay Men’s & Women’s Choruses, Story Story Night, Meaghan Novoa, and Idaho Office for Refugees

City of Boise
OPPORTUNITIES: 2021 Mayor's Appreciation Day for Arts, History, & Culture Performances AND City of Boise Cultural Ambassador

Learn more and apply! https://bit.ly/3zMBBUD

As a government agency and with a responsibility to support Boise’s creative and cultural sector, we have striven to bring about several initiatives this past year to support the creative community in a time of crisis. We are excited to open two more for Boise area creative and cultural workers.

2021 MAYOR'S APPRECIATION DAY FOR ARTS, HISTORY, & CULTURE PERFORMANCES

In lieu of the biennial Mayor’s Awards for Excellence in Arts & History, the 2021 Mayor’s Appreciation Day for Arts, History, & Culture will create an opportunity for our community to come together in celebration of our broader cultural sector with performances by and compensation for these irreplaceable workers.

We invite Boise area artists, performers, and organizations to submit applications for the opportunity to perform during the first ever Mayor’s Appreciation Day for Arts, History, & Culture, scheduled for September 9, 2021 on City Hall Plaza. We encourage artists to showcase existing work, however, new work may also be submitted.

Learn more and apply through July 19, 2021! https://bit.ly/2SUtLaV

CITY OF BOISE CULTURAL AMBASSADOR

Every odd-numbered year, the Mayor of Boise appoints a local arts organization and/or individual as Cultural Ambassador to exemplify the best of Boise’s vibrant and diverse cultural community and to represent our city to the world. Awardees are offered funding for a two-year term of service. MING Studios is the current .

Applications for the City of Boise Cultural Ambassador for fiscal years 2022 & 2023 are open through July 19, 2021. The next Cultural Ambassador will be announced at the 2021 Mayor’s Appreciation Day for Arts, History, & Culture on September 9, 2021.

Learn more and apply! https://bit.ly/2TRDGya

Find out more about the City of Boise's Cultural Leadership programs: https://bit.ly/3zMBBUD

Image: Performance by Shimi Tree at 2017 World Village Fest by former City of Boise Cultural Ambassador and Recipient GlobalLounge

Mayor McLean

MING Studios is a contemporary art center and residency program. Our mission is to exhibit, explore, and experience contemporary arts and cultures.

Operating as usual

10/24/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 57: Luana Graves is a writer and the founder of Lowcountry Gullah, a non-profit organization and podcast dedicated to the Gullah Geechie culture and raising awareness around the challenges faced by the community. Learn more at: lowcountrygullah.com.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

10/24/2022

Tune in to My___on Mondays tomorrow for a conversation with Luana Graves, writer and founder of Lowcountry Gullah, a non-profit and podcast dedicated to the Gullah Geechie culture, raising awareness and providing aid for the challenges facing the Gullah Geechie community.

10/17/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 56: Woody Collins is the author of Where Have All the Shrimp Boats Gone?: A 100-Year History of the Sh*****ng Industry in the South Carolina Lowcountry. You can learn more about Woody and his book here: www.shrimpboatsgone.com.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

Photos from MING Studios's post 10/11/2022

A huge thank you to Idaho Dance Theatre for their wonderful preview performance on Sunday! Dont miss out on the full performance, which opens on the 28th!
Tickets available at:
http://www.idahodancetheatre.org/home-1

10/10/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 55: Jodeen Revere is an Idaho actor and writer. In addition to her work on stage, in film and readings of her personal essays, she has been part of two Migration Theory site specific productions: S5 and Small Matters. Her one woman show, The Persistent Guest, opens this Saturday at Boise Contemporary Theatre.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

Photos from MING Studios's post 10/09/2022

Tune in to My__on Mondays tomorrow for an interview with Jodeen Revere, whose one woman show, The Persistent Guest, opens this Saturday at Boise Contemporary Theatre!

10/03/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 54: Heidi Kraay is a playwright and writer across disciplines. Her work examines the connection between brain and body, seeking empathy with fractured characters. She pulls myth, metaphor and monsters together to attempt connections across difference. Her plays, including Unwind: Hindsight is 2020, see in the dark, How to Hide Your Monster, New Eden, Me and My Shadow, Kilgore, as well as co-devised plays, plays for young audiences, one-acts and short plays, have been presented nationally and internationally.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

Photos from MING Studios's post 09/26/2022

Thank you Coco Freeo! That was so much fun!

09/26/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 53: Artist Jose Reza, better known as Prime K2S, is credited with being a founder of Los Angeles stylized graffiti lettering. He gained international exposure when his work was featured in the book Spraycan Art, one of the earliest documentations of graffiti culture. He designed the cover for The Getty Research Institute's L.A. Liber Amicorum, otherwise known as The Getty Graffiti Black Book, which is housed in the Getty's rare manuscript collection. Today, he is also well known for both his public installations as well as his contemporary canvas work. To learn more about Prime and his work, you can follow him at:

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

Photos from MING Studios's post 09/25/2022

Tonight at 7o’clock! Join us to Paint n Sip on a summer theme with the fabulous Coco Freeo! $7, Free to members. Materials provided.

Photos from MING Studios's post 09/19/2022

Ole con ole! What a fun night with Cuadro Nuevo! Can’t wait to have you back!

Photos from MING Studios's post 09/17/2022

Tomorrow at 7o’clock! Boise’s own, Cuadro Nuevo! Don’t miss out! $7, Free to members.
Doors at 6:30.

Photos from MING Studios's post 09/12/2022

Well, that was fun! Thank you, Tim Andreae for leading the community gong!

09/12/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 52: J.R. Rivero Kinsey is a writer of music and prose. She is the creator of the musical project, Palankeen. For more information about J.R. and her work, visit: https://palankeen.bandcamp.com/

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

J.R. Rivero Kinsey

09/05/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 51: Heidi Kraay is a playwrite and writer across disciplines. Her work examines the connection between brain and body, seeking empathy with fractured characters. She pulls myth, metaphor and monsters together to attempt connections across difference. Her plays, including Unwind: Hindsight is 2020, see in the dark, How to Hide Your Monster, New Eden, Me and My Shadow, Kilgore, as well as co-devised plays, plays for young audiences, one-acts and short plays, have been presented nationally and internationally. Learn more about Heidi and her work at: http://www.heidikraay.com/

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

09/03/2022

This Monday! Be sure to tune in for the first in a three-part series by Heidi Kraay on My___on Mondays!

08/29/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 50: A reading of the intro to Midnight's Children by Salman Rushdie.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

08/22/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 49: Jacob Mitas is an artist, musician and luthier who specializes in bow-making in Portland, Oregon. Find out more about Jacob and his work at https://www.mitasbows.com/.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

08/16/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 48: Kevin Carroll is a musician and music educator based in Austin, Texas. After years performing with his own band, The Sleestacks, Kevin toured nationally and internationally as a guitarist with Jimmy LaFave and Charlie Robison, making two appearances on Austin City Limits. He now works as a composer, performer and teacher specializing in ukulele.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

Photos from MING Studios's post 08/15/2022

Wow! Fantastic performance with Brandon and Josh from Veronica and the Mental Foreplays last night! Thank you!

Photos from MING Studios's post 08/08/2022

Thanks to everyone who participated in the open mic yesterday! What a lovely evening of listening and sharing!

08/08/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 47: Àdhamh Ó Broin is a cultural revivalist, language activist and Scottish Gaelic Consultant, known best for his work in film and TV. He is also a storyteller, musical performer, and tradition bearer, fostering connections with indigenous people from all over the world who have come to visit his native Scotland. Find out more about Àdhamh and his work at www.scottishgaelic.scot/.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

08/01/2022

Laurita Siles shows concern for the land, from environmental crisis to the nostalgia provoked by loss of heritage. She is co-founder of Mutur Beltz, an agro-ecological initiative located in Karrantza, Biscay that raises awareness for the endangered Basque black-nosed sheep and the diminishing shepherd trade.

Over the course of her one-month residency at MING Studios, Siles explored Basque-American identity, the historical role of the Basque woman, and Basque agricultural history in Idaho with a concentration on shepherding and sheep lineages in the region. Her exhibition is Iruten Har Nuzu – I am making wool.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art, and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance, or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

07/27/2022

Another great 7o’clock! Thank you Bimsclix Atrolla for your beautiful sounds!

07/18/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 45: Cuban recordings from 1924 by Trio Cubano, and the duo, Juan de la Cruz and Bienvenido Leon.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art, and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance, or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

Photos from MING Studios's post 07/18/2022

Holy Wow! What a fantastic performance tonight by Calvin Pineda! Thank you for sharing your amazing creative energy and spirit with us ❤️

Photos from MING Studios's post 07/12/2022

Thank you to everyone who came out for the open mic! What a lovely way to spend a Sunday evening ❤️

07/11/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 44: Scott Schmaljohn is a brand designer, illustrator and musician from Boise, Idaho. In this episode, he talks about his involvement in the 1980s punk scene, what was important about that time, and differences he sees with the music scenes of today.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art, and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance, or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

07/10/2022

Tomorrow on My___on Mondays! Tune in at 10am. We’ll be traveling back to the 1980s Boise punk scene.

07/04/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 43: John Francis McCormack was an Irish tenor who lived from 1884-1945, well known for his operatic performances as well as his renditions of popular song. He became acquainted with James Joyce in 1904, before either became famous, giving him voice lessons and helping him to earn 3rd place in Dublin's Feis Ceoil, which McCormack himself had won the previous year. He went on to study in Italy, receiving voice training from Vincenzo Sabatini and became Covent Garden's youngest principal tenor. Eventually, he became the most celebrated lyric tenor of his time.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art, and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance, or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

06/27/2022

Be sure to check out our latest My__on Mondays episode, “My Oriflamme”. We’ll be back next Monday with a new episode! ❤️

06/27/2022

Thank you Alex Hansen for the show last night!
We’re taking a break for the 4th of July weekend. See you all July 10th for the next 7o’clock!

06/26/2022

Tonight at 7o’clock!

06/21/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 42: Three poems by Early 20th century poets, Leonora Speyer, Jessie Redmon Fauset and Dorothy Parker.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

06/19/2022

Happy Father’s Day! See you next Sunday at 7o’clock for a multi-media film perform permanece by Alex Hansen!

06/14/2022

Figure drawing group on Tuesdays!

Join us for figure drawing every Tuesday 6:30-8:30pm!
A small welcoming gathering of fellow creatives and diverse models.
Our next session is June 14th 6:30-8:30pm-$20.00.
Register on our website and check out other classes while there!
https://www.catalystartscollaborative.com

06/13/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 41: Frederic Chopin, considered Poland's greatest composer, enthralled audiences with his technically complicated yet poetically beautiful performances. He was prolific, leaving the world with at least 230 composed works before his untimely death at age 39.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art, and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance, or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

06/11/2022

Doors at 6:30. $7, FREE to members.

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