700 N ROBBINS RD
The Art Center is a state-of-the-art facility offering quality art instruction for youth, teen and adults at an affordable price.
Located in Fort Boise Community Center, the 4,500-square-foot Art Center encompasses three studio spaces and a photography lab. More than 200 different classes are offered each year for children age 2 1/2 to seniors.
Professional instructors teach classes in a wide variety of art mediums, including:
The Art Center encourages opportunities for people with disabilities by providing accommodations or specialized classes such as Access to the Arts offered by the Boise Parks and Recreation Department's AdVenture program.
Fort Boise Community Center and the Art Center are operated by Boise Parks and Recreation.
Self-concept is positively enhanced through the arts, as are language acquisition, cognitive development, critical thinking ability and social skills. Visit Online Registration for a list of current classes.
mosaic artist James Turner and students
This community mural at the entrance of the Art center illustrates
the high level of skill and dedication by staff and art
instructors. Artists statement: "Congratulations to Molly C., Molly
H., Mike, CeCe, Nancy, Janie, Amber, Jereme, Allison, Jean and
Anna. If not for these students' hard work, team effort and
willingness to learn, this workshop could have never worked. A huge
Thank You to Alton Dean for fabricating and donating the beautiful
stainless steel frames."
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NOTE: E-cigarettes are not prohibited under the ordinances.
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