Matt Duffin: Retrospection

Gilman Contemporary

Matt Duffin's encaustic paintings use primarily black and white tones with selected pops of color to bring attention to his irreverent subjects. Employing simplicity within the imagery allows the painstaking qualities of his methodology to shine. Encaustic works are made using wax to which pigment has been added. The wax is heated, applied to a prepared wood surface, and shaped using special brushes and tools. To achieve this level of detail requires exactitude and skill. Considering the rigorous amount of time it takes to complete each piece, it is no surprise that Duffin's themes tend to explore nostalgia, solitude and irony.


Paul Béliveau

Gilman Contemporary

Paul Béliveau’s Morandi is inspired by the often pastel-toned works of Italian painter Giorgio Morandi. While Béliveau has treated book spines as subject matter before, in the Morandi series the books themselves, rather than the text that decorates their covers, are treated as the aesthetic quality. Outside reference to author, subject, and image is missing and instead, Béliveau revels in the shape and volume of the books responding and building upon each other as a methodical convergence of color and form.


Intertwined: Weaving in Community

Sun Valley Museum of Art

Intertwined: Weaving in Community examines traditional weaving as a platform for social practice and activism. The exhibition features artwork by Portland-based artist Sara Siestreem (Hanis Coos), Los Angeles-based artist Tanya Aguiñiga, and AMBOS (Art Made Between Opposite Sides), a collective Aguiñiga founded in 2016. The exhibition also includes a community-based artwork emerging from workshops AMBOS is conducting in the Wood River Valley in April. Visitors to the Museum are invited to contribute to the artwork as it grows over the course of the exhibition.



SVMoA Hailey Classroom

Un(b)locking Creativity with Kika Macfarlane from Two Toes Creative This workshop is designed for artists, makers, writers and idea people – anyone who creates things. Through a series of constraint-based drawing exercises, we will remember how to let go of perfectionism and lean into collaboration, intuition, and the freedom to make a lot of bad art (and maybe something beautiful, too). The aim is to leave participants equipped with a new set of tools to overcome creative block and appreciate the capacities of their own mind. The medium of this workshop will be pen and paper, though no illustration experience is required. An SVMoA Contemporaries Event.


Classic Flicks @ HPL

Hailey Town Center West

Classic Flicks at HPL celebrates spring showers with a 1952 musical romantic comedy starring the light-footed Gene Kelly getting wet while showing off his famous dance steps with Debbie Reynolds. It is considered by many to be the greatest musical film ever made and one of the greatest movies of all time. The film will be shown at 6:00 PM at Town Center West, 116 S River St., in Hailey. Join us for popcorn and a free movie!


Ketchum Remote Collective Workspace

The Community Library

Ketchum Remote Collective aims to bridge the intangible gap between the Wood River Valley’s physical community and the remote workplace for many of its residents. Come meet and spend part of your week working alongside other remote workers. Drop in Fridays between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. to The Community Library's Lecture Hall.


COMMUNITY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art—Hailey

SVMoA Hailey Classroom

Play, create, discover, and have fun! Afternoon Art on Jan 12 is offered in BOTH Ketchum and Hailey locations! Afternoon Art is a free drop-in opportunity for community members of all ages to explore concepts from the Museum's current exhibition and create works of art. Families and friends are encouraged to communicate, reflect, and produce as artists together. Perfect for art lovers, curious minds, and anyone seeking inspiration. Projects will vary. Age & Ability: all ages, families encouraged to attend together


FINAL APRES SKI- Whiskey’s on Main

Whiskey's on Main

What can we say it's been an incredible season.. for partying. Join us for our FINAL Apres Ski party of the season. Upstairs on the best patio in downtown Ketchum. Drink specials and your favorite beats from DJs Jay Rob and Luke Ross Let's party down one more time. FRI April 12th 2-6pm 21+ No COVER



SVMoA Hailey Classroom

Come over to SVMoA’s Hailey Classroom for Teen Night—the place to be creative, have snacks, and meet other teens with similar and different interests. Register in advance or drop in to explore ideas and new activities, including: Join in teen-centered activities planned by teens Hang out and listen to music in a stress-free environment Meet and collaborate with teens and creative professionals Get creative in an open studio: hone your skills and experiment with art and design No experience necessary. Open to all teenagers of any experience and interest levels, ages 14-20.


Sip & Paint

Sawtooth Botanical Garden

Sip & Paint Friday, April 12, 2024 $65 Per Person Create your own masterpiece while enjoying a glass of wine in our beautiful garden. Price includes all your materials & wine! Anyone consuming wine must be 21!

Event Series Winter Farmers Market

Winter Farmers Market

Grange Hall

The Wood River Farmers Market Association is excited to announce a new Winter Farmers Market starting February 3rd !!! Farmers Markets aren’t just for summer. Let us help you break up your winter time blues with our local, fresh products! Who: A handful of our regular market vendors What: A special INDOOR “Winter” Hailey Farmers Market Where: The Grange Hall - 609 South 3rd Avenue, Hailey When: Saturdays 10am-1pm

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