The painting event doubles as a fundraiser for the station.
With help from Spokane Arts, local artist Matt Smith completes public mural along the Stevens Street BNSF underpass.
The event will double as a preview of the school’s annual ornament and small works show, which runs Nov. 9 through Dec. 22.
Spokane’s galleries, wineries and shops throw open their doors every First Friday to welcome visitors seeking some needed respite.
The watercolor show is up at the MAC through Nov. 11.
Second annual art party will help support the Spokane Art School, which celebrates five decades next month.
Former Washington poet laureate Tod Marshall wanted to know where Eastern Washington’s two congressional candidates stood on issues surrounding arts and the humanities. So he asked them.
Former Washington poet laureate Tod Marshall cast a wide net in seeking comment about the importance of arts and humanities in politics and governance. Here is what people had to say.
“He’s forever 28.”
“It was truly an illness that took him. He loved life. I know the depth of our love and our life together.”
“The biggest thing was the sense of failure. It’s demoralizing.”
Spokane photographer Grace June helps her self, and other suicide survivors, with new portrait project.
The second annual Zine Fest brings 20 artists to the Bartlett on Saturday.
Two dozen Gendron painting are for sale in an attempt to help the popular artist get back on his feet.
For its 11th year, bigger Terrain means building walls. But in a good way. It’s all about making space for more art and larger-scale pieces.
All the leaves may be turning brown, but Spokane’s local arts scene is sprouting more creativity than ever. Dozens of happenings are popping up this season at art galleries, theaters, and cultural centers all over the city. Spokane Arts, the nonprofit promoting Spokane as a cultural hub for the region, is highlighting these events as part of its 2018 Fall Arts Tour. The following is just some of the fun things to see and do, for free, to enjoy Spokane’s creative nature. Come up with your own top 10 list of art events, readings, plays or films you want to attend by checking it all out at spokanearts.org
Check out the Oct. 5 7 section for a complete preview of Terrain.
The exhibition runs through Oct. 19 at Spokane Falls Community College.
A New York prison artist who never played golf but became known for drawings of lush courses he could only imagine was set free Wednesday after authorities agreed that another man committed the murder that put him behind bars for nearly three decades.
The talk marks the opening reception of “Ben Frank Moss: The Whitworth Collection.”
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