Apologues Form: Kody Keller

Artist Reception: April 20, 7-9pm

Exhibit: April 21-May 24, 2017

Before becoming a BYUI faculty member, Kody Keller used his talents as a sculptor in a wide variety of ways. Brother Keller has worked in the movie industry, creating stop-motion animation figures, as well as producing many privately commissioned pieces ranging from miniatures to large-scale architectural pieces.

This exhibit contains a mixture of work exhibiting a variety of mediums and forms from explorations past and present. The work explores themes of religious symbolism; including an examination of the parallel relationship between people and trees.


Beyond Structure: Representation of the American Barns

Opening Reception: June 1, 7:30-9 pm

Exhibit: June 2-July 18, 2017

Jacob Spori Art Gallery presents the traveling exhibit, Beyond Structure: Representation of American Barns, featuring the work of over a dozen US artists from Massachusetts, Texas, Utah and more. The artists created artwork from images or ideas of a barn as a symbol of a disappearing rural lifestyle. In this collaborative exhibit, visitors will see artwork ranging from traditional drawings and paintings to contemporary sculpture installations.


Mt. Moran String Quartet Summer Recital

Performance: June 14, 7pm

The Jacob Spori Gallery at BYU-Idaho is pleased to welcome back the Mt. Moran String Quartet for their annual summer recital. This year's performance features Haydn's Horseman Quartet and Schubert's Cello Quintet in C with guest cellist Tyresha Hale. Please join us for this wonderful opportunity to hear chamber music from local musicians at the Spori Gallery. 

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