Several ideas for the site-specific Student Union Bay Window Public Art Project were submitted by current students and alumni of Boise State and three were selected to move forward in the process. Scale models of their proposals will be on display in the Student Union Atrium from Nov. 28 to Dec. 12.
Campus input is being sought to assist the Student Union Art Advisory Board in selecting a finalist for the commissioned project. Visit the atrium to offer feedback.
The Boise State University Student Union Building serves as the center for campus life by providing educational, cultural, social, recreational and leadership programs and services that are integral to the academic experience. To further embrace this mission, specific areas were designated during the most recent Student Union expansion for commissioned artwork by students and alumni of Boise State.
The project will be located in the Student Union Building. There are four separate framed areas that were formerly exterior windows that have been preserved to retain a distinguished architectural feature of the existing building. At this time, only one framed area is available.