Idaho Burners Alliance, Inc.
a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation
We encourage the community to participate by teaching, starting a group, or by attending and learning. Many projects are constantly in process and joining one can be a great experience.
We strive to keep costs as low as possible, so the space available to all. A $90 annual membership permits use of the studios and helps toward rent and utilities.
Your help counts.
We are all part of a community, and it is our responsibility to bolster that community however we are able.
Idaho Burners Alliance seeks to coalesce an already vibrant and talented group of people around a single entity, to focus our efforts on creating new art, provide a place to conduct training and education, and to encourage learning and participation in art, technology and science.
The goal of inclusion is part of our desire to find ways to combat loneliness, isolation, feelings of suicide or depression, and to bring in those that might otherwise not know how to take part in community. Old or young, all income levels and ability. We hope to create increasing ways for everyone to belong.
In whatever way we are able, IBA will strive to clear the path toward these efforts by providing materials, grants, space, and new avenues to pursue knowledge.
Idaho Burners Alliance is housed at Xanadu, named for Kublai Khan's summer capital. Xanadu was noted by Marco Polo for its incredible artistry and vast creativity. Through the efforts of IBA members, Xanadu (or "Xu" as it has been affectionately nicknamed) is being transformed to fit the needs of the community.
Access is currently only for members.
If you'd like to arrange a tour of the facility, contact email@example.com
Wednesday evenings are build night for many big art projects, so it is a good time to stop by and see what's happening.