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Sun Valley Center for the Arts FALL 2018–SPRING 2019

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sunvalleycenter.org


Sun Valley Center for the Arts

LEADING THE CULTURAL CONVERSATION Sun Valley Center for the Arts is a leading producer of arts programming in Idaho. Our purpose is to lead conversations through the arts that explore ideas, inspire wonder and encourage critical thinking in our community. We invite you to join the conversation.

sunvalleycenter.org | 191 Fifth Street E., Ketchum

Cover image: Deborah Aschheim


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BIG IDEA PROJECTS / FEATURED EVENTS

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PERFORMING ARTS SERIES & SPECIAL EVENTS

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COMPANY OF FOOLS THEATRE

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ADULT & TEEN EDUCATION

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FILM SERIES & EVENING EXHIBITION TOURS

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PROGRAM SPONSORS

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BOX OFFICE / SUPPORT

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Benny Fountain


BIG IDEA PROJECTS JOIN THE CONVERSATION

We the People: Protest and Patriotism SEP 28–DEC 14, 2018

We the People investigates the role of civic participation within American democracy, from the simple act of voting to running for office, from voicing dissent to flying the flag. How are each of these actions expressions of patriotism? How do they help ensure the vitality of the democratic process?

Generously supported by Jeri L. Wolfson. A For Freedoms 50 States Initiative Partner

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Deborah Aschheim


FEATURED SPEAKER

PART OF THE BIG IDEA PROJECT

We the People: Protest and Patriotism

Jon Meacham

The Soul of America

WED, OCT 3, 2018

Church of the Big Wood, 6:30pm Presidential historian, Pulitzer Prize-winner, and contributor to TIME and The New York Times Book Review, Jon Meacham is one of America’s most prominent public intellectuals. He is known as a skilled raconteur with a depth of knowledge about politics, religion, and current affairs. Meacham brings historical context to the issues and events impacting our daily lives. His new book, The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels, examines the present moment in American politics and life by looking back at critical times in U.S. history when hope overcame division and fear. A contributing editor at TIME, Meacham writes for the magazine’s Ideas section. He also pens “The Long View” column in The New York Times Book Review in which he “looks back at books that speak to our current historical and cultural moment.” He served as Newsweek’s managing editor from 1998 to 2006 and editor from 2006 to 2010.

Lecture presented in partnership with The Community Library and is generously supported by an anonymous gift and Marcia and Don Liebich. 5

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At the Table: Kitchen as Home DEC 21, 2018–MAR 1, 2019

At the Table examines the central role of the kitchen in shaping our memories, our families and our social lives. Kitchens are places of private ritual—spaces for the preparation of food as well as its sharing. Through a visual arts exhibition, eating and cooking events, some delightful films and a consideration of soup kitchens, we will explore how the kitchen defines our memories of home. Generously supported by Ali Long. Joan Linder

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FEATURED SPEAKER

PART OF THE BIG IDEA PROJECT At the Table: Kitchen as Home

Joanne Weir

Plates, Places and Stories from My Family Kitchen

SAT, FEB 23, 2019

The Center, Ketchum, 4–5pm A 4th-generation professional cook, Joanne Weir spent 5 years cooking at Chez Panisse after receiving a Master Chef Diploma with Madeleine Kamman. She is a James Beard award-winning cookbook author and teaches cooking classes in the United States and around the world. She is the host and Executive Producer for several award-winning television series, including Joanne Weir Gets Fresh and her brand new series, Joanne Weir’s Plates & Places, which began airing in February 2018. Joanne has written 18 cookbooks, including her most recent memoir, Kitchen Gypsy: Stories and Recipes from a Lifetime Romance with Food. She is co-owner of Copita, modern Mexican restaurant and tequileria in Sausalito, California. In 2012, she was appointed by the State Department to the American Chef Corps, a select group of chefs chosen to promote world relations through food. She also writes for numerous publications, including Sunset Magazine, Cooking Light, Better Homes and Gardens, Fine Cooking and Food & Wine. Generously supported by Anita Braker & Dave Olsen and Sarah & David Woodward.

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Unraveling: Reimagining Colonization in the Americas MAR 8–MAY 22, 2019

The history of the colonization of the Americas has traditionally been taught as a straightforward story of European conquest of indigenous cultures and expansion across territories already settled by native peoples for millennia. What does this linear history omit? What are the possibilities for reimagining or reinterpreting colonial history from the indigenous point of view? This project revisits the colonization of the Americas, offering alternative perspectives and narratives based both in fact and in fiction, including some rooted in the Wood River Valley. Frohawk Two Feathers

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FEATURED SPEAKER

PART OF THE BIG IDEA PROJECT

Unraveling: Reimagining Colonization in the Americas

David Grann

The Killers of the Flower Moon: The Arc of Justice

THU, MAR 14, 2019

Church of the Big Wood, 6:30pm David Grann is a writer for The New Yorker and bestselling author of The Lost City of Z and Killers of the Flower Moon. Grann’s latest book, Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI, is a true crime tale that unravels one of the most sinister crimes and racial injustices in American history. With more than 30 weeks on The New York Times nonfiction bestseller list, it was a finalist for the National Book Award. Known for his compelling and irresistible stories, Grann has been called “the man Hollywood can’t stop reading,” with four of his New Yorker articles adapted for the screen, as well as The Lost City of Z in 2017 and Killers of The Flower Moon now in production. Before joining The New Yorker in 2003, Grann was a senior editor at The New Republic and the executive editor of The Hill. His work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, and The Washington Post.

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PERFORMING ARTS SERIES IN CONCERT & IN THE SCHOOLS Rhythm Future Quartet TUE, OCT 30, 2018

Sun Valley Opera House, 7:30pm Rhythm Future Quartet has a straightforward agenda: to keep the spirit of Gypsy jazz alive and expanding in today’s musical universe. The virtuosic foursome, named for a Django Reinhardt tune, offers up a newly minted sound influenced by the classic Hot Club of France, yet is wholly contemporary. Led by violinist Jason Anick and guitarist Olli Soikkeli, the quartet performs dynamic and lyrical arrangements of both Gypsy jazz standards and original compositions that draw upon diverse international rhythms and musical idioms. With Max O’Rourke on second guitar and Greg Loughman on bass, Rhythm Future is dedicated to expanding the boundaries of a vital musical genre.

Rhythm Future Quartet’s educational outreach activities are supported, in part, with funds provided by the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), the Idaho Commission on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. 10


The War and Treaty THU, NOV 15, 2018

Sun Valley Opera House, 7:30pm Michael and Tanya Trotter took distinctly different paths to becoming The War and Treaty. After winning a talent show when she was 13, Tanya knew singing would be her life. Michael started writing later, when he was serving in the US Army stationed in one of Saddam Hussein’s partially destroyed palaces. There, he had access to a piano that had emerged miraculously unscathed. A captain heard him play and sing, and he encouraged Michael to pursue music. When that same captain was killed, Michael sat down to write––really write––for the first time. Officers noticed the tribute and gave him a new charge: write and perform songs for the fallen. So whenever a brother or sister in arms died, Michael spoke to buddies, uncovered the story, and penned a song for the memorial. Now, as The War and Treaty, Michael and Tanya deliver live shows and records that make the hairs on the backs of necks stand up. Funky bass lines, keys, lap steel, acoustic strings, and stripped-down percussion create a swampy Southern soul bed for the couple’s transcendent vocals.

Part of The Center’s BIG IDEA project We the People: Protest and Patriotism. 11


Bon Débarras

FRI, JAN 18, 2019

The Argyros, Ketchum, 7:30pm Bon Débarras unites the worlds of music, dance and poetry through a collaboration between Montreal artists Dominic Desrochers, Jean-François Dumas and Marie-Pierre Lecault. The group brings together a fusion of Quebecois folk music, traditional step-dancing and global influences for a show that is full of fun and inventive energy. On guitar, banjo, violin and harmonica, the trio opens a door to their recollections of America and their music is at the intersection of various traditions. Bon Débarras’ energy taps into the rhythms of today and ventures boldly on the multi-faceted road to tomorrow’s dreams, in an atmosphere that transcends boundaries and ages.

Educational outreach with Bon Débarras will reach every student K–5 in the Wood River Valley thanks to sponsor Bex Wilkinson and the Marshall Frankel Foundation, with additional support from Lloyd Construction and Neil Zussman & Cathy Whinnery.

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The Sweet Remains WED, FEB 6, 2019

The Argyros, Ketchum, 7:30pm Celebrating 10 years and over 30 million Spotify plays in 2018, The Sweet Remains is an unusual band on today’s music scene, headed by 3 gifted singer-songwriters, each contributing to the writing and 3-part harmonies that define the band’s sound. Rich Price, Greg Naughton and Brian Chartrand met for a chance jam session in a Rhode Island hotel room in 2008 and instantly recognized a musical blend and kinship. Driven by strong lyrical and melodic writing, their songs easily appeal to fans of modern folk-rockers like Jason Mraz, Ray Lamontagne and John Mayer. However, it is their lush harmonies that distinguish tSR from the throngs of guitar-toting troubadours and harken back to super-groups of the 1960s and 70s like CSN, the Eagles and Simon & Garfunkel.

The Sweet Remains’ educational outreach activities are supported, in part, with funds provided by the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), the Idaho Commission on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. 13

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International Guitar Night TUE, FEB 12, 2019

The Argyros, Ketchum, 7:30pm Back for an unprecedented third year, it’s the return of International Guitar Night! This season the lineup includes Italy’s Luca Stricagnoli (who was here with IGN’s first visit), whose showmanship and arrangements of heavy-metal songs has made him a huge fan favorite. Luca will be the guest host and will be joined by French Swing sensation Antoine Boyer, Flamenco master Samuelito, and Turkish fretless guitarist Cenk Erodgan. Due to popular demand, we anticipate this concert may sell out to series ticket holders!

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Alfredo Rodríguez and Pedrito Martinez SUN, MAR 10, 2019

The Argyros, Ketchum, 7:30pm Both Grammy-nominated artists, pianist Alfredo Rodríguez and percussionist Pedrito Martinez are best known for their individual work, but began working together on Alfredo’s 2012 album Invasion Parade. Since that initial recording session, these Cuban jazz musicians have occasionally performed together as a duo, leaving audiences mesmerized by their fearless and virtuosic playing. Each artist brings a different approach to the collaboration. A protégé of Quincy Jones, Alfredo was schooled in the rigorous classical conservatories of Havana. His artistry is informed as much by Bach and Stravinsky as it is by his Afro Cuban and jazz roots. Pedrito’s musical training came from the streets of the Cayo Hueso neighborhood of Old Havana. He has performed with Sting, Paul Simon and Wynton Marsalis. Together these two master musicians will take the audience to a level of jazz the likes of which has never have been seen in Sun Valley.

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PERFORMING ARTS SPECIAL EVENTS DISTINCTIVE CABARET & INNOVATIVE DANCE Storm Large: A Cabaret Evening FRI, SEP 28, 2018

Sun Valley Opera House, 6pm & 9pm (Two showtimes!) Storm Large: musician, actor, playwright, author, awesome. Storm Large has sung in a remarkable variety of settings and with a wide variety of people, including k.d. lang, singer/songwriter Rufus Wainwright, funk legend George Clinton, and the BBC Symphony. A frequent guest vocalist with Pink Martini, Storm Large’s stage presence is arresting and her voice stunning. Her punk roots have been grafted to the classic American songbook, and she weaves together cabaret style performances that combine titillating and, at times, tortured love songs and stories. Her interpretations are sublime and subversive, beautiful and familiar, and she leaves her audiences breathless. Songs by Cole Porter are interwoven comfortably with those by Tom Waits, Black Sabbath, Randy Newman and Jacques Brel, as well as a few originals. It’s a wholly delightful collection from a tattooed singer/songwriter who embraces all forms of music, from jazz to punk to classical. Appropriate for those 17 and older. The performances may contain strong language (with humor!) and adult content. The 6pm show will be a bit tamer, the 9pm show will be Storm, Unleashed!

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LED

SAT, DEC 29, 2018

The Argyros, Ketchum, 8pm LED combines contemporary dance, original music, and film into breathtaking cinematic experiences. Founded in 2015, LED is a project-based arts nonprofit based in Boise, Idaho. LED’s innovative and accessible artistic experiences are created by the artistic trio of choreographer Lauren Edson, musician Andrew Stensaas, and filmmaker Kyle Morck. Every moment of an LED production is built from the ground up by this trio and a large contingent of extremely talented dancers, musicians, designers and technicians. The group gathers on a project-by-project basis with a focus on narrative and a dedication to exploring different mediums and forms through a combination of movement, music and film. This performance will feature Sun Valley premieres of three pieces.

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THEATRE 23 SEASON continues...

AWARD-WINNING PROFESSIONAL THEATRE IN THE HEART OF IDAHO The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane A HOLIDAY TREAT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

DEC 12–30, 2018

Liberty Theatre, Hailey, various dates & times Adapted by Dwayne Hartford from the book by Kate DiCamillo Directed by Natalie Battistone Are there any wrong turns in the quest for love? Edward Tulane is an expensive toy rabbit made of china, beloved by a girl named Abilene. But he couldn’t care less—he’s vain and self-centered. When Edward is accidentally thrown overboard on an ocean voyage, he begins a miraculous journey, but he can’t move or speak—he’s a toy rabbit! Edward meets an elderly grieving couple who find comfort in his presence, a hobo and his dog, a farmer in need of a scarecrow, a sad little boy and his very ill sister, and finally a doll mender and an old doll who teach him an invaluable lesson—what it is to love, what it is to lose that love, and how to find the courage to love again. For audiences of all ages. Generously sponsored in part by Marcia and Donald Liebich.

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SEASON

Woody Guthrie’s American Song

Heisenberg

Songs and writings by Woody Guthrie Conceived and adapted by Peter Glazer Orchestrations and vocal arrangements by Jeff Waxman Directed by Kent Thompson, Musical Direction by R.L. Rowsey

by Simon Stephens Directed by Denise Simone

JUNE 26–JULY 15, 2018

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Generously sponsored in part by Carol and Len Harlig, Dan and Jodie Hunt—Roy A Hunt Foundation, and Jeri L. Wolfson, in support of the BIG IDEA project We the People: Protest and Patriotism.

AUG 28–SEP 9, 2018


4000 Miles

FEB 13–MAR 2, 2019

Liberty Theatre, Hailey, various dates & times by Amy Herzog Directed by Gary Hopper 21 + 91: a relative equation After suffering a major loss while on a cross-country bike trip, 21-year-old Leo seeks solace from his feisty 91-year-old grandmother Vera in her West Village apartment. Over the course of a single month, these unlikely roommates infuriate, bewilder and ultimately reach each other. 4000 Miles looks at how two outsiders find their way in today’s world. Generously sponsored in part by Big Wood Landscape.

2018–2019 PLAY READING SERIES TUE, OCT 23, 2018

Dinners with Friends: Recipes for Storytelling A series of short reflections

Written by Mat Smart

Multiple venues & dates

The Agitators tells of the enduring but tempestuous friendship of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass.

The Fools come together to share stories about people, food and memories that have nurtured their creative lives.

Part of The Center’s BIG IDEA project We the People: Protest and Patriotism

Part of The Center’s BIG IDEA project At the Table: Kitchen as Home

The Agitators

Liberty Theatre, Hailey, 6:30pm

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WINTER 2019/DATES TBA

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ADULT & TEEN EDUCATION

FEEDING CURIOSITY & NURTURING CREATIVITY CREATIVE JUMP-IN: Wood River Writing Workshops with Sarah Sentilles WED, SEP 26, OCT 24 & NOV 28, 2018 & JAN 30, FEB 27 & APR 3, 2019 The Center, Hailey, 6–8pm

Do you have a story to tell? Join us for monthly generative writing workshops. Class sessions are designed to build your writer’s toolbox and revitalize your creative practice. Participants will engage in writing exercises, discuss craft, and share new work. We’ll also clear out whatever stops us from putting writing at the center of our lives. The focus of the workshop is creating new writing rather than critiquing manuscripts, so all writers in all genres are welcome— from published writer to grocery list writer, from novice to advanced, from novelist to memoirist, and everything in between. Sarah Sentilles is a writer, critical theorist, scholar of religion, activist, writing coach, and author of many books, including Draw Your Weapons (Random House 2017). She earned a bachelor’s degree at Yale and master’s and doctoral degrees at Harvard. She taught undergraduate and graduate students for more than a decade.

FALL OPEN STUDIO: Figure Drawing WED, OCT 3 & 17 & NOV 7, 2018 The Center, Hailey, 6:30–8:30pm

Use this opportunity to brush up on your figure drawing skills in a relaxed environment. All skill levels welcome! Look for more upcoming dates for Winter & Spring Open Studios! 20


TWO-DAY TEEN WORKSHOP: Architecture & Design Modeling with Jennifer Cosgrove SAT & SUN, OCT 27 & 28

The Center, Hailey, 10am–4pm Using both conventional and unconventional model making materials, participants will explore spatial creativity while learning basic architectural principles and model making techniques. No prior expertise is required. During class time, Jennifer will demonstrate procedures and techniques for creating models to scale. Each student will develop and build their own model to take home. Generously sponsored by Joyce B. Friedman.

ONE NIGHT WORKSHOP CRAFT SERIES FALL 2018 & SPRING 2019 The Center, Hailey

Following a sold-out out first season, The Center will again host One Night Workshop sessions this fall and spring at The Center, Hailey. Each session will be three nights, offering three different opportunities to work directly with instructors in a hands-on, skill-based environment. Designed to be introductory, fun and non-intimidating, this year’s workshops offer a peek into printmaking and fiber arts. Get ready to join us and try your hand! Generously sponsored by Heather Horton.

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FILM SERIES

EXPLORE DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES During the fall, winter and spring, The Center presents documentary films on artists, art forms, architecture and more. From time to time, we also present independent and international films that would not otherwise be shown locally. Films are often presented in coordination with The Center’s BIG IDEA projects as a way to enhance and deepen understanding of the theme or topic being explored.

2018/2019 Loving Vincent

Faces Places

Dawson City: Frozen Time

MANHATTAN SHORT

The Irish Pub

Dakota 38

The Other Side of Everything

Part of the BIG IDEA project At the Table: Kitchen as Home

Part of the BIG IDEA project We the People: Protest and Patriotism

Chef Flynn

Part of the BIG IDEA project Unraveling: Reimagining Colonization in the Americas

THU, SEP 13 THU, OCT 4

THU, NOV 1

Two Trains Runnin’ THU, NOV 29

Part of the BIG IDEA project We the People: Protest and Patriotism

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THU, DEC 13

THU, JAN 10

THU, MAR 21

THU, APR 18

THU, JAN 24

Part of the BIG IDEA project At the Table: Kitchen as Home

Oscar Nominated Shorts WED/THU, FEB 13 &14 and 20 & 21

Film screenings take place at the Magic Lantern Cinemas in Ketchum at 2 screening times (new for 2018/2019), 4:30 & 7pm.


EVENING EXHIBITION TOURS ENGAGE MORE DEEPLY

2018/2019 Once a month, The Center offers free tours of their visual arts exhibitions. Participants in Evening Exhibition Tours are invited to enjoy a glass of wine or beer while they tour the exhibition with The Center’s curators and Museum Guides. Evening Exhibition Tours are informal opportunities to join in a conversation about art and learn more about the BIG IDEA or exhibition topic.

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JAN 24

OCT 11

FEB 7

Burchfield’s Influence: Hayley Barker, Anna Fidler, Katy Stone with special guest artists Deborah Aschheim and Paul Shambroom Part of the BIG IDEA project We the People: Protest and Patriotism

NOV 1 Evening Exhibition Tours are FREE and take place at The Center museum in Ketchum on Thursdays at 5:30pm.

Part of the BIG IDEA project We the People: Protest and Patriotism

DEC 6

Part of the BIG IDEA project We the People: Protest and Patriotism

JAN 3

Part of the BIG IDEA project At the Table: Kitchen as Home

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Part of the BIG IDEA project At the Table: Kitchen as Home Part of the BIG IDEA project At the Table: Kitchen as Home

MAR 21

Part of the BIG IDEA project Unraveling: Reimagining Colonization in the Americas

APR 18

Part of the BIG IDEA project Unraveling: Reimagining Colonization in the Americas

MAY 16

Part of the BIG IDEA project Unraveling: Reimagining Colonization in the Americas

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2018–2019 PROGRAM SPONSORS*

INDIVIDUAL, BUSINESS & FOUNDATION SUPPORT *All sponsorships as of 8/29/18

EDUCATION SUPPORT

EDUCATION SUPPORT continued

ALL K–12 EDUCATION PROGRAMS

LECTURE SERIES

Anonymous Cox Communications The Michael S. Engl Family Foundation Joyce B. Friedman in memory of Norman Friedman The Richard K. & Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation Idaho Commission on the Arts The POWER Foundation The U.S. Bank Foundation

Anonymous Robin Leavitt and Terry Friedlander— Free Student Humanities Club tickets Marcia and Donald Liebich—Jon Meacham Lecture American Capital Advisory—David Grann Lecture

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Anonymous Anonymous—Gay V. Weake Scholarship Friends of Jack Thornton—Jack Thornton Scholarship for Performing Arts Jennifer Wilson—Ezra Pound Scholarship

CLASSROOM ENRICHMENT Pesky Family Foundation With additional support from Albertsons

ONE NIGHT WORKSHOP CRAFT SERIES Heather Horton

STAGES OF WONDER Idaho Commission on the Arts

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STUDENT MATINEES Hailey Rotary Foundation Heart of Gold Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation Kiwanis Club of Hailey The Wood River Valley Papoose Club

GENERAL PROGRAM SUPPORT Alpine Lodging Idaho Commission on the Arts (Arts Education & Performing Arts grants)

BIG IDEA PROJECT SUPPORT Jeri L. Wolfson, in support of the BIG IDEA project We the People: Protest and Patriotism Ali Long, in support of the BIG IDEA project At the Table: Kitchen as Home All of our members, donors and our annual Wine Auction participants help provide support for our extensive K–12 educational programs, all of which are offered free or at a very low cost to students. All Center programs are supported by public funding for the arts through the Idaho Commission on the Arts, the Idaho Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts.


PERFORMING ARTS SUPPORT

THEATRE SUPPORT

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

23rd SEASON SPONSORS

Goode Motors and Silver Creek Ford Lutz Rental Sun Valley Resort 94.5 KSKI

VISION OF THE FOOLS

WINTER PERFORMING ARTS SERIES Jane Rosen and Scott Miley—Scott Miley Roofing Linda and Bill Nicholson—Storm Large Hotel Ketchum—Storm Large Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), the Idaho Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts —Rhythm Future Quartet & The Sweet Remains Power House 94.5 KSKI

The Shubert Foundation Barbara and Stanley Zax PRODUCER

Kenneth Lewis Priscilla Pittiglio Mary Ann and John Underwood PLAYER

PERFORMING ARTS HOUSING SPONSOR

Arrow R Storage Linda and Bob Edwards Ginny and Peter Foreman Carol and Len Harlig Dan and Jodie Hunt—Roy A. Hunt Foundation Marcia and Donald Liebich Mathieu, Ranum & Allaire Jane Rosen and Scott Miley—Scott Miley Roofing

Wood River Inn & Suites

FRIEND

Jane Rosen and Scott Miley—Scott Miley Roofing Robin Leavitt and Terry Friedlander Lloyd Construction—Bon Débarras Bex Wilkinson and the Marshall Frankel Foundation —Bon Débarras Neil Zussman and Cathy Whinnery—Bon Débarras

Anonymous Big Wood Landscape Cynthia Cranmer and Blair Hull Cherie and Steve Crowe Dr. Ronald and Beth Dozoretz Sue and Mort Fuller R.L. Rowsey in Loving Memory of John C. Glenn Richard Smooke and Family in Loving Memory of Judith Smooke Maryanne and Jerry Whitcomb

BECOME A SPONSOR

BIG IDEA SPONSOR

PROFESSIONAL ARTIST RESIDENCIES

Interested in becoming a sponsor? For more information, please contact Alison Van Hook, Director of Development, 208.726.9491 x123 avanhook@sunvalleycenter.org

Jeri L. Wolfson, in support of We the People: Protest and Patriotism MEDIA SPONSOR

The Weekly Sun HOUSING SPONSOR

Wood River Inn & Suites 25


BOX OFFICE

HOW TO MAKE SURE YOU DON’T MISS A THING The Center Box Office in Ketchum is open from 9am–5pm, Monday through Friday with the exception of holidays. Tickets can be purchased or picked up at The Center during those hours. The Center is also open Saturdays in February, March, July and August from 11am-5pm. Will Call and On-site Box Office will reopen on site at each event one hour prior to showtime for Company of Fools Theatre, Lectures, and Winter Performing Arts events. Company of Fools Theatre tickets may also be purchased or picked up from the Liberty Theatre from 10am–4pm, Monday through Friday.

TICKET PURCHASES: Tickets can be purchased online, via phone or in person at our box office locations.

ONLINE:

sunvalleycenter.org

BOX OFFICE LOCATIONS: The Center, Ketchum

191 Fifth Street East Ketchum, ID 83340 Hours: Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm, Sats in Feb & Mar, Jul & Aug, 11am–5pm Phone: 208.726.9491

Liberty Theatre 110 North Main Street Hailey, ID 83333 Hours: Mon–Fri, 10am–4pm Phone: 208.578.9122

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SUPPORT THE ARTS

YOU MAKE AN IMPACT IN OUR COMMUNITY Your support enables us to bring leading artists, authors, performers, actors and thinkers to our community and schools ensuring year-round programming for adults, families and students that encourages critical thinking, curiosity and creativity. Learn more by contacting Alison Van Hook, Director of Development, at 208.726.9491 x123.

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Sun Valley Center for the Arts Season Brochure Fall 2018-Spring 2019  

Sun Valley Center for the Arts is a leading producer of arts programming in Idaho. Our purpose is to lead conversations through the arts tha...

Sun Valley Center for the Arts Season Brochure Fall 2018-Spring 2019  

Sun Valley Center for the Arts is a leading producer of arts programming in Idaho. Our purpose is to lead conversations through the arts tha...