Boise State University history professor Todd Shallat discusses the Gothic Boise workshop with Idaho Matters on Thursday, January 17, 2019.
Todd Shallat, a Boise State professor emeritus of history and urban studies, has put together a workshop examining all that is Gothic in the City of Trees. Shallat joins Idaho Matters to discuss Boise's seamy underbelly.
Ryan Cannon, director of Boise State's Narrative Television Initiative and Boise State graduate Ben Wieland discuss the program with Idaho Matters on Monday, October 1, 2018.
Boise State's Ryan Cannon, a filmmaker and an assistant professor in the Department of Communication, developed the Narrative Television Initiative to match students and professors with industry professionals to make feature films and television programs. We'll speak with Cannon and one of his student filmmakers about the upcoming second season of the initiative's program, "And Beyond."
Gallery Director Kirsten Furlong describes the newest exhibitions at Boise State's Visual Arts Center with Idaho Matters on Friday, September 14, 2018.
This fall's program at Boise State University's Visual Arts Center examines the juxtaposition of images from printed instructional manuals and their real-life counterparts and the space they share. We speak with the Center's director about the 'Swimming and Diving' and 'Pulped Under Pressure' exhibits showing now through the end of October.
Idaho native William von Tagen is a filmmaker and actor who’s worked on movies here in the U.S. and in Germany. A graduate of Boise High School, von Tagen knew a career in cinema was what he wanted to pursue after doing a school project for a German language class.
Click 'play' to hear the interview with William von Tagen.