Our basement gallery space aims to host local photographers and encourage the Boise/Idaho creative community.  

(Stair access only - sorry for any inconvenience)

Upcoming Events

PLEASE NOTE, OUR GALLERY IS CONNECTED TO STUDIO C, AND IS SUBJECT TO PEOPLE RESERVING THAT SPACE AND WANTING PRIVACY, IF YOU PLAN ON STOPPING IN TO CHECK OUT THE GALLERY, FEEL FREE TO CALL US BEFOREHAND TO MAKE SURE THERE ISN’T A PRIVATE PHOTOGRAPHY SESSION SCHEDULED - THANK YOU!

 
 
Studio Boise Photography Center Gallery

Where: Studio Boise Photography Center - 4619 Emerald St. Suite 106, Boise ID 83706, Event Space (Stair access only)

What: Our 4th Annual Photo Contest! Every year we celebrate the studio's anniversary with a local photo contest, and a celebration, thanking our local artists for all of the support they’ve given us in the past 4 years! First place winner receives $1,000, and Studio Boise favorite gets a free month of our unlimited membership (See details of memberships here).

We accepted submissions from April 1st-May 31st 2019, then our panel of judges narrowed down the submissions from over 100 entries, to our Top 20 photos, which are now displayed in our gallery. On the night of July 13th 2019, the public came out, enjoyed drinks and art, and supported our artists, and winners…

Our 1st place, $1,000 winner is Macey Snelson - Untitled “Over the past 5 years, more first responders have been lost to suicide than in the line of duty, and this margin continues to widen at a rapid rate. Suicide rates among first responders are vastly underreported and the stigma surrounding mental health keeps many suffering in silence. First responders see the worst day of someone’s life, every day, and this constant exposure to death and human suffering can lead to mental distress of illness. Even when suicide does not occur, undtreated mental illness can lead to poor physcial health, relational discord, and impaired decision-making.  This image was captured in studio with a single light, when a Treasure Valley-based fire captain, experiencing his own struggles with PTSI, sought art as a way of expressing his pain when he found words were lacking.  First responders are heroes who choose to answer our call, and it is our responsibility to support these brave men and women in their time of need. It is imperative to end the silence that surrounds the issue of first responder and mental health.”

Our 1st place, $1,000 winner is Macey Snelson - Untitled “Over the past 5 years, more first responders have been lost to suicide than in the line of duty, and this margin continues to widen at a rapid rate. Suicide rates among first responders are vastly underreported and the stigma surrounding mental health keeps many suffering in silence. First responders see the worst day of someone’s life, every day, and this constant exposure to death and human suffering can lead to mental distress of illness. Even when suicide does not occur, undtreated mental illness can lead to poor physcial health, relational discord, and impaired decision-making.

This image was captured in studio with a single light, when a Treasure Valley-based fire captain, experiencing his own struggles with PTSI, sought art as a way of expressing his pain when he found words were lacking.

First responders are heroes who choose to answer our call, and it is our responsibility to support these brave men and women in their time of need. It is imperative to end the silence that surrounds the issue of first responder and mental health.”

Our Studio Boise Favorite, Unlimited Membership winner is Gabrielle Earle - Freedom of Mind “This photograph represents the sign of Gemini; it is my first image toward my series of the Twelve Zodiac Signs. As nature inspires me, I found that the astrological signs combined with flora is a way to connect the Heavens with the Earth. In frame are Amanda and Brook Wilson, my two beautiful cousins.”

Our Studio Boise Favorite, Unlimited Membership winner is Gabrielle Earle - Freedom of Mind “This photograph represents the sign of Gemini; it is my first image toward my series of the Twelve Zodiac Signs. As nature inspires me, I found that the astrological signs combined with flora is a way to connect the Heavens with the Earth. In frame are Amanda and Brook Wilson, my two beautiful cousins.”


 
 

Holler at us if you want to talk details for a pop-up gallery.

*Pop-up galleries are $200 flat fee for the weekend, including an event night hosted by us, advertising options for the event, and light refreshments*

We want to use our gallery space to share beautiful, thought provoking art made by amazing, up-and-coming artists. We have set spaces per year for extended galleries depending upon events and our upcoming schedule. If you’re interested in having your art featured in our gallery for a prolonged period, please send us some examples and a message about yourself and your art, so we can process that, and see if we would be able to schedule a time for us to display it. This means your art would be featured in our gallery for a set period of time, for people to come in during business hours and enjoy as they please. We get a 20% commission on anything sold, and there is no fee for us displaying your art. If we do work with you and your art, and you’re interested in hosting a gallery opening night, then refer to our “Event Space” on our studio rentals page, for prices.

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