Past Exhibits

Hidden in Plain Sight: The Basques was created as a temporary exhibition that was originally displayed for a three month period at Ellis Island in New York City from February through May of 2010.  In September of 2010, the exhibit was installed at the Basque Museum in Boise. The exhibit...
The chilling waters and rocky shores of North America's eastern bays hold long-buried secrets of the ancient Basque whaler, secrets waiting to be told. The story of these men who risked their lives in this bold pursuit was told when the Basque Museum & Cultural Center unveiled thisexhibit...
A special photographic exhibit funded by the Idaho Commission on the Arts. Thirty-one women's portraits by Boise photog-rapher Peter Oberlindacher were featured in the show, accompanied by excerpts from interviews with Basque immigrant women by Basque scholar Begoña Pecharroman. Peter...
Amerikanuak! Basques in the High Desert, an exhibit produced by the High Desert Museum, Bend, Oregon chronicling the history and contributions of Europe's Basque people in the Intermountain West. With its contemporary photographs, artifacts, historic images, quotes and text, Amerikanuak!...
This exhibit takes a look at Basque sports and includes wonderful and colorful photographs as well as artifacts from a variety of unique games.  Highlighted are pala, jai alai, and stone lifting.  On display are actual stones used during the Jaialdi Basque festival in 2005 and 2010!...
This exhibit focuses on artwork - either produced by Basques or of Basque topics. 
The Basque Fronton looks at the fronton courts located across the United States.   To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Anduiza Fronton at 619 Grove Street in Boise, part of this gallery is dedicated to this particular fronton.