Nampa artist Tom Bicak is the Featured Artist for the Nampa Art Collective’s quarterly exhibition at the Nampa Civic Center. It’s titled, “Let’s Face It: a Portrait Show,” and is on view through June 25, 2018. Gallery hours are 8-5, Monday-Friday
Some photos from the opening reception. Thanks, Ron Lash!
This exhibition, “Let’s Face It,” is on view until June 25th, Monday through Friday, 8-5 pm. Stop by the Nampa Civic Center and choose your favorite!
Thanks Boise Weekly for spreading the word. Opening Reception Tomorrow, Friday March 30th 7-9pm.
Opening reception for Let’s Face It! A Portrait Show. This group art show has 32 member artists representing the Nampa Art Collective and the Treasure Valley Artists Alliance. Please come to the Nampa Civic Center March 30th between 7-9pm to meet the artists and view their artworks. Concessions available for purchase during the reception.
Featured Artist: Tom Bicak https://www.facebook.com/100001140842276
Live music performed by singer-pianist Stephen McAndrew. http://www.stephenmcandrew.com/
Tom Bicak / FEATURED ARTIST
Leslie Jay Bosch
Mark W. McGinnis
ABOUT THE NAC
The Nampa Art Collective is a group of artists, business owners, and art-loving community members who are dedicated to creating and facilitating art and culture in our city. The Nampa Art Collective encourages the energy, freshness, and expressiveness of contemporary art.
The NAC provides visual art at the Civic Center, exhibitions of local artists’ work, with new installations every quarter.
The NAC values education in the arts. The public is invited to join the NAC at art exhibitions, attend workshops and Artist Talks, and socialize at regularly scheduled Art Mingles—open to artists as well as art lovers. The NAC provides opportunities to experience the particulars of exhibiting artwork; facilitates workshops for all levels covering mediums, techniques, and providing inspiration; and builds community by interacting with the public and speaking about our work.
Since 2012, The Nampa Art Collective has brought artists and the community together. We cross cultures and cross mediums. We are both emerging and established. We have an array of backgrounds and accomplishments. We paint murals and throw pottery. We build sculpture and community. We paint watercolors and word collages. We create installation and capture images. We are an array of entities that form a band of not only colors, but of diversity.
The Nampa Art Collective is a 501(c)(3)