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After a long hiatus that began in March and resulted in the postponement or outright cancellation of concerts, film screenings, plays and other events, the Argyros Performing Arts Center is finally reopening its doors on Friday, July 3.

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The 52nd annual Sun Valley Arts & Crafts Festival has been canceled this year, the Altitude Events Group announced last week. The multiday event was initially scheduled for Aug. 7-9 in Ketchum’s Atkinson Park.

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On Thursday, Company of Fools—the professional theater arm of the Sun Valley Museum of Art—formally announced the cancellation of its 25th anniversary season and all associated programming, citing ongoing COVID-19 precautions, actor safety concerns and community feedback.

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The Sun Valley Museum of Art has lined up another in-person workshop this weekend as part of its upcoming Big Idea project, From the Color of Its Bloom: Camas Prairie. The program, Capturing the Camas Prairie--An Introduction to Landscape Photography, will be led by local photographer and SV…

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Restrictions and health concerns continue to shorten the events calendar, but more and more organizations are pursuing alternative solutions to provide programming. At The Community Library, many cancelled programs have been rescheduled in an online format.

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The coronavirus may have forced the school year to wind to a close remotely, but area teachers have been hard at work providing the best education they can to their students—and that includes a robust arts education.

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The Sun Valley Film Festival was among the first major local events to cancel in response to the rising threat of COVID-19.

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After a period of reassessment following Gov. Brad Little’s plan to reopen the state’s economy, the Sun Valley Museum of Art announced this week that it will reopen Monday, May 18 with a revised summer schedule.

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Summer Reading normally doesn’t get going until the end of May or beginning of June, but it’s never too early to start. The Community Library will officially kick-off Summer Reading on June 1, but those children and teens who want a head start can this Sunday, May 10.

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With restrictions placed on public gatherings, COVID-19 has taken its toll on the events calendar. Previously scheduled concerts, workshops, plays, parties, lectures, screenings and more have been canceled in the interest of public safety.

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As the COVID-19 pandemic began to ramp up in the Wood River Valley, the Blaine County School District announced on March 14, well over a month ago, that it would be sending students home and switching to remote teaching platforms.

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For an organization like the Sun Valley Museum of Art, which typically dominates the events calendar with any number of lectures, screenings, concerts, workshops and Company of Fools plays, the extended isolation order has put a damper on regular programming.

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April 1 in the Wood River Valley has traditionally been the day the Sun Valley Museum of Art sets aside to make some big announcements, typically in what is dubbed the Fools Day celebration at The Liberty Theatre in Hailey.

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The strength of the Wood River Valley arts community—be it functioning healthily or stalled under quarantine—has been made possible by the hard work, creativity and inspiration of women.

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In response to the ever-developing coronavirus crisis, the Sun Valley Museum of Art has cancelled all public gatherings—concerts, lectures, workshops, film screenings, etc.—through at least April 18. In a press release sent Tuesday, the museum said its “top priority is the health and well-be…

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Since the Sun Valley Film Festival announced its cancellation last Thursday morning, dozens of events have followed suit. The Share Your Heart Ball, the We Banjo 3 concert, the Kindercup—even the hockey game—have all called off previously scheduled events in response to the developing corona…

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MacArthur Genius Grant-winning Idaho playwright Samuel D. Hunter attended an advanced reading of his new play, “A Case for the Existence of God,” at The Argyros on Sunday. The event, organized by Sawtooth Productions, featured local actors Chris Carwithen and David Janeski in a dramatic read…

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A new sign hangs on the walls of 191 Fifth St. E. in Ketchum—a new name adorning its tenant organization—but not much else has changed for the Sun Valley Museum of Arts (née the Sun Valley Center for the Arts).