A Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition “Seek No … Feel No … Fear No …” by Idaho State University graduate student and associate lecturer Dr. Thomas Pfister is scheduled from Feb. 21 to March 2 in the Davis Gallery on the lower level of the ISU Fine Arts Building.
Idaho State University’s Psychology Graduate Student Association will hold its Viva La Poky fundraiser from 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Bannock Youth Foundation Family Resource Center, 403 N. Hayes, Pocatello.
The Idaho State University Diversity Resource Center, ISU Collegiate National Association of Colored People and the ISU Multicultural Committee will host a series of discussions on black awareness this month at ISU.
The Idaho State University Women’s, Concert and Chamber choirs will perform in the Joseph C. and Cheryl H. Jensen Grand Concert Hall in the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center on Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m.
National Women’s Art Show in March to include auction of Native American art, signed Leibovitz photo
The auctioning of a print by world-renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz and the work of Native American artists will be among the highlights of the fifth annual “Celebrating Women: Their Strength and Vision” National Women’s Art Show at Idaho State University March 19-31.
The exhibit, hosted by the ISU Women’s Studies Program, will be held in the Transition and Mind’s Eye galleries located on the lower level of the Pond Student Union Building on the ISU Pocatello campus, and the Seasonal Gallery in the Idaho Museum of Natural History, also on the Pocatello campus.
Along with the art show, a silent auction featuring pieces by well-known local and national artists, including an original photographic print of Blythe Danner and Gwyneth Paltrow autographed and donated by Leibovitz, will help raise funds for Women’s Studies scholarships and College of Arts and Sciences programs.
On Feb. 23 and 24 an estimated 100 children from local low-income families will receive dental services at no cost ranging from general dental exams and professional fluoride applications, to fillings as part of the national Give Kids a Smile Day.
The Idaho State University Institute of Rural Health will offer the “Better Todays, Better Tomorrows” statewide training on the topic of mental health for school-age children for caregivers and gatekeepers. Sessions end April 18.
Idaho State University geosciences professor Dr. Paul Link will make the Centennial Rotary Club program presentation “Idaho from the Air” at 7 a.m. Monday, Feb. 12, at the City Lights restaurant in Pocatello.
In addition to long hours spent in classrooms, pharmacy laboratories and studying, ISU College of Pharmacy students find time to assist area residents each year through fundraising events.
Student members of the ISU Professional Pharmacy Student Alliance (PPSA) will hold the 14th annual Spaghetti Feed and Auction at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, in the Pond Student Union Building Ballroom. More than 30 percent of their $20,000 goal will benefit a Pocatello youth through the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Idaho. The remainder will benefit PPSA professional development and community health-promotion projects.
Idaho State University’s 36th annual Frank Church Symposium Feb. 28 through March 2 will address the topic “Women and Children: Second-Class Citizens of the World.”