From the Colour of Its Bloom: Camas Prairie
July 10 - September 10, 2020
From the Colour of Its Bloom: Camas Prairie considers a unique landscape in Southern Idaho that is home to multiple ecosystems and social histories, and is named for the Camas Lily, which blooms each spring and has traditionally been an important food staple for the Shoshone and Bannock people. The project will consist of an exhibition including 4 commissioned bodies of work, 1 outdoor sculptural installation in the city of Ketchum, a signage project in collaboration with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and a catalog. The exhibition will feature new artwork by Daniel Gordon, MK Guth, Anthony Hernandez and Sopheap Pich, and an essay by Judith Freeman.
Admission to the museum is always FREE