The Alexa Rose Foundation is devoted
to uplifting art appreciation and artists in the Boise Valley.
Alexa Rose Howell, a native New Yorker, lived with her husband in Boise for 40 years, until her death at age 65 in January, 2013. Alexa was a painter, a writer and poet, an actress, a puppeteer, a linguist, a pianist, a dancer, a teacher, a supporter of young artists, and a devoted wife and mother. Since 2015, Alexa’s Foundation has awarded 256 artists with grants of $500 to $5,000. These monetary gifts have funded travel, materials, equipment, tuition, work space, and production costs. Grantees include actors, writers, musicians, filmmakers, painters, puppeteers and aerialists.
Artwork by Lorelle Rau, 2019 grantee.
Join the Alexa Rose Foundation for a series of one-hour, informational workshops designed to provide you with the tools you need to make your grant application shine.
All workshops are free and open to the public.
No registration necessary.