Folk art is found in everyday objects and expressions: it tells us about who we are and where we came from.

In Idaho, a hand-tooled saddle and rustic cowboy boots link to agricultural and ranching heritage, while a musical performance or an instrument may provide an introduction to the traditions and varied cultures of newcomers.

In a monthly series on Boise State Public Radio, Olivia Weitz introduces us to master folk artists and apprentices in the Idaho Commission on the Arts’ Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program

Tune in here.