Treefort 9 Postponed to September 22-26, 2021

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FILMFORT WEEKEND: THE OFFICIAL FILMFORT 2020 SHOWCASE

3 WEEKS AGO

Treefort Music Fest presents FILMFORT WEEKEND, three days of short films, documentaries & emerging independent cinema. Let the binge-watching begin! On the weekend of September 25-27, you can watch a selection of the 2020 Filmfort lineup online for free or catch three feature films at The Flicks in downtown Boise. Learn more about the festivities below. FILMFORT WEEKEND AT HOME September 25 – 27 @ FilmmakerMagazine.com In partnership with Filmmaker…

BECOME AN OWNER OF TREEFORT

2 MONTHS AGO

We are tremendously proud of all of the work and energy that has gone into creating Treefort Music Fest. Over the past nine years, we’ve grown into a large, multi-faceted, community and purpose driven festival, with thousands of fans and artists flocking to Boise each spring. Postponing the ninth annual festival to 2021 has put our organization in a very difficult financial position. In order to produce Treefort 9 and…

THE FUTURE OF TREEFORT

2 MONTHS AGO

After postponing the ninth Treefort Music Fest from March to September, we have made the difficult decision to postpone even further. The entire Treefort team wants you to stay well, and we’re not confident that it will be safe to host large crowds in the fall due to COVID-19. At the same time, we also recognize March is quickly approaching and don’t feel like we could produce an event as…

STORYFORT SUMMER 2020 EVENTS

3 MONTHS AGO

Storyfort is hosting some social-distanced fun this summer! In collaboration with Idaho Botanical Gardens, Storyfort is putting on a summer reading series featuring COVID Cultural Commissioning Fund recipients PLUS there is a writing contest exploring the what was, the what is, and the what is to come. Learn more about the festivities below. BLOOM: A SUMMER READING SERIES June 27 – August 11 @ Idaho Botanical Gardens This story series…

COVID CULTURAL COMMISSIONING FUND AWARDEES

4 MONTHS AGO

Thank you to all the creatives who submitted applications and continue to contribute to the cultural vitality of the Treasure Valley. Of 188 total applicants, 69 local creators will receive a $1,000 commission to create a work that explores, documents, and/or reflects on personal and social experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic. A select group of awardees have also been granted access to Surel’s Place as a resource to fulfill their…

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