Modern Art 2012 is rapidly approaching which gives us a fluttery feelings in our bellies. It also allows us to visit the ghost of Modern Art past. We particularly love this video shot and edited by Modern Art’s faithful documentarian, Andy Lawless. It stars everyone’s favorite Renaissance Man, Michael Baltzell, and gives a great overview of the marvel that was Modern Art 2010. So many great rooms, artists and installations! Worthy of a look, if only to hear Enrico Caruso played on the gnome record player in the bathroom.
TOMORROW, MARCH 1ST 2012, IS THE DEADLINE FOR ARTIST SUBMISSION FORMS FOR MODERN ART 2012
Modern Art 2012 is coming up May 3rd! Yes!
The Artists Submission Forms are now available on this website or at the front desk and are due by March 1st. Here’s a smidge of the creativity that was on display at last year’s event. Thanks to Andy Lawless for documenting and editing this short film for us; you can’t go wrong with a little
mariachi, vanilla ice and packing peanuts.
THE MODERN HOTEL IS ONCE AGAIN INVITING ARTISTS TO CHECK IN FOR THE NIGHT
BOISE, Idaho (May 5th, 2011) – The Modern Hotel is opening its doors for the 4th annual Modern Art event on Thursday, May 5th from 5-9pm. Over 80 artists have been invited to participate in Modern Art 2011, and for one evening they will transform the design hotel’s 38 Mid-Century modern rooms into everything from mini-gallery spaces to interactive pieces to full scale installations. Last year more than 3,000 visitors got an intimate view of work by artists of various disciplines in a 4 hour creative blitz.
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