createid, a "digital now" production of Idaho Public Television, celebrates the unique talents of Idaho creators with lively online video pieces and social media posts.
Idaho is rich with artists, creators and makers moved by the rugged beauty of the state and their own interior landscapes to produce compelling work of all kinds.
Creative people and projects can lift, energize, and galvanize us. They can spark important conversations, inspire a sense of belonging, and provide new perspectives. The seeds for our own ideas are nourished by the creativity of others, sparking our own ingenuity.
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Unicorn Farm is a very unique, site-specific home in Idaho.
Remastered: Lupe Galván
Painter Lupe Galván melds his indigenous heritage with his love of European painting.
Made to Last
Watch as Idaho leather braider Mike “Hooey” Storch crafts a traditional hat band.
Please Touch the Art
Step inside the immersive, touchscreen environment of the Stein Luminary.
Love Wins, Hate Loses
When the voices for hate get loud, the voices (and paint brushes) for love get louder.
Closer to God
Find out how iconography has uplifted a Greek Orthodox Church in Pocatello.
Take a tour of one of the most unique homes in Idaho, designed by the late architect Joseph Henry Wythe. His Bonner County residence, Unicorn Farm, is an example of “organic architecture,” in harmony with its natural environment.
SARA: A Life in Dreams and Symbols
The “id” comes to life in the work of the multifaceted artist Sara Joyce.