Public Art > Boise WaterShed River Campus

A three acre educational campus featuring interactive exhibits and public art that portray the regional watershed and environmental concepts.
Boise WaterShed River Campus
3 acre Educational Campus
2016

Boise WaterShed River Campus
2014 - 2016

Amy Westover as Lead Design Artist on the Design Team with CH2M Hill Engineering, Jensen Belts Landscape Architects, The Russell Corporation, City of Boise Public Works Department and The Boise WaterShed Exhibits Inc.

The River Campus is a continuation of the educational facility of the Boise WateShed; an interactive education center located at the central waste water treatment plant in Boise Idaho. The three acre campus is dedicated to providing outdoor learning opportunities about the regional watershed system through interactive exhibits and public art. Through a dynamic Design Team effort, several public and private stakeholders came together to vision and design the campus which re-creates in an abstract and poetical way the Boise River watershed system from headwaters to the confluence wth the Snake River. The campus holds the single largest concentration of public art in Idaho with nine artists completing projects that help inspire visitors to look at the incredible ways in which their lives interact with water and have a direct environmental impact on the watershed.