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The CWI Foundation recently awarded more than $6,000 to the recipients of this year’s Wishing Well Fund.
Local music educator and master percussionist David Gluck held a pair of workshops at CWI’s Nampa Campus, Oct. 14-15.
When Amy Shore graduated from high school, she chose the route many others do. She joined the U.S. Army with future plans to go to college. She ended up meeting her husband at her first duty station in Upstate New York and motherhood soon followed. A few years in to her job as a military...
Katie Kelly is leaps and bounds ahead of her peers thanks to CWI’s Dual Credit program.
Alicia Anderson, a Liberal Arts major, has been awarded the “LTH Don’t Give Up” Scholarship.
On Thursday, April 14, CWI will host an event to reveal the College’s first campus mural.
For the past several months, Boise artist Alma Gomez and CWI students have been working to create a one-of-a-kind painted mural.
The Lewis-Clark State College Silverthorne Theatre Program will visit CWI for a performance on Nov. 19.
Ever since Karee Wilson was a little girl, she wanted to be a nurse. Born into a family of people who have chosen health care as a profession, becoming a nurse was a natural step. Things were going according to plan, but then life took her a little off track. She found out she was going to...
The group, which specializes in Zimbabwean-style marimba music, will host workshops and a concert Oct. 9-10.
The CWI Visiting Artist Series is proud to present a free performance and workshop by actors from the theater company.
The College of Idaho Langroise Trio will return for its second free public concert presented by the CWI Visiting Artist Program.
Svetlana Nagachevskaya-Maddox spent her summer vacation on an international concert tour with performances in New York, Moldova, and Hungary.
Amandalynn Lovewell is one of six people selected to participate in the first-ever Artist in Residency Program sponsored by the Nampa Art Collective.
A group of students from CWI’s voice class performed at Spring Creek Manor in Boise on May 7, providing entertainment for residents.
CWI students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend the second Open Mic Night hosted, May 2, at the Nampa Campus Academic Building.
CWI will host the inaugural Visiting Artist Program concert, April 25, when The College of Idaho Langroise Trio performs at Nampa Campus.
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