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Monday, January 21, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Mixed media art of Pat Siler, Tanden Launder featured in ‘Jumping Off’

The exhibit opens Friday at Art Spirit Gallery and runs through Feb. 2.

First Friday: 28 venues offering free entertainment

Here’s a mental-health boosting, local arts-supporting New Year’s Resolution you can feel good about: Attend more First Friday Downtown Arts Walks in 2019.

VHS Art Club supports artists through not-so-serious shows

The VHS Art Club’s next show, “The Badass Women Show,” which will be held Friday at Resurrection Records, will benefit Webber and Vaughn specifically.

Dodson’s gathers talented friends for a final First Friday show

The downtown jewelry store is closing after 130 years in business and taking its eclectic gallery space with them.

Artist Robert Grimes to show at Kolva-Sulivan Gallery

‘Times of Grimes” opens Jan. 3 and runs through Jan. 26.

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 20, 2018, 3:26 p.m.

Whitworth art students paint Hillyard mural

You can’t miss Hillyard’s latest art project.

Meet the Makers: The region’s artisans offer plenty of options for holiday shopping

This holiday season, get your gifts from local makers.

First Friday: Give the gift of art

Knock out that gift list and enrich your spirit at the same time at tonight’s First Friday Art Walk.

Humble drinkware the star of Trackside’s annual exhibit ‘Cup of Joy’

The exhibit opens Friday and runs through Jan. 18 at Trackside Studio Ceramic Art Gallery. The exhibit opens online Saturday.

‘Opening act’ art installment shines at Spokane’s First Interstate Center for the Arts

“Opening Act” is the title of the new installation that greets visitors outside the theater doors of the First Interstate Center for the Arts.

Spokane artist Wendy Franklund Miller finds beauty in the broken bits

Wendy Franklund Miller has been reinventing her art, and herself, for more than 50 years. She has explored painting, paper-making, silkscreen printing, encaustics, photography and now ink drawings. She has …

UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 30, 2018, 9:21 a.m.

Shop local at Urban Art Co-Op, Spokane Potters Guild, LR Montgomery sales

Everything from pottery and painting to vases and fresh wreaths will be on sale.

Spokane artists lend creative hand at Northeast Youth Center

Kids attending the after-school program at the Northeast Youth Center in Hillyard now have the opportunity to participate in an artist in residence program three days a week.

Local jewelry-maker brings a new kind of artwork to library’s creator in residence program

Jewelry-maker Sondra Barrington is November’s creator in residence at the North Spokane Library, but if you haven’t signed up for her classes, it’s too late. “They’re all full, with wait …

UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 13, 2018, 9:15 a.m.

KSPS, Pinot’s Palette team up to celebrate Bob Ross

The painting event doubles as a fundraiser for the station.

UPDATED: Sun., Nov. 11, 2018, 8:51 p.m.

Theater Review: In ‘Constellations,’ a path of fractured moments that make up a relationship

Is life one big “Choose Your Own Adventure” game or are all the twists and turns we experience predetermined? Nick Payne’s “Constellations” doesn’t answer the question, but it does offer …

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 8, 2018, 10:55 p.m.

Man suspected of smashing downtown Spokane charity heart with stick has bail set at $20,000

A man suspected of smashing at least one public art sculpture with a stick in downtown Spokane had bond set at $20,000 Thursday.

UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 7, 2018, 9:40 p.m.

Police arrest man suspected of smashing third heart sculpture

Police arrested a man Wednesday suspected of smashing a third heart sculpture in downtown Spokane, part of an art project meant to raise money for charity.

UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 6, 2018, 6:03 p.m.

Spokane is heartbroken after vandal knocks over pair of fiberglass sculptures meant to raise funds for charity

While millions across the nation were stirred awake on Election Day ready to partake in civic engagement, Spokane instead woke up to a broken heart. Two, in fact.

Color me Spokane: Artist Matt Smith brings a taste of the river to Stevens Street underpass

With help from Spokane Arts, local artist Matt Smith completes public mural along the Stevens Street BNSF underpass.

Spokane Art School marks 50 years with anniversary celebration

The event will double as a preview of the school’s annual ornament and small works show, which runs Nov. 9 through Dec. 22.

Gallivanting galleries: First Friday showcases what Spokane art scene has to offer

Spokane’s galleries, wineries and shops throw open their doors every First Friday to welcome visitors seeking some needed respite.

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 1, 2018, 9:05 a.m.

Downtown Spokane heart sculptures to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House

The Ronald McDonald House has partnered with STCU to install painted hearts throughout downtown to raise money for the charity.

UPDATED: Fri., Oct. 26, 2018, 2:15 p.m.

Playful Pumpkins: Judges reveal winners of SR’s annual Halloween coloring contest

The annual Halloween coloring contest drew 220 entries. It was a tough task for the judges to pick the best.

Spokane Watercolor Society celebrates talent from all over in juried art show

The watercolor show is up at the MAC through Nov. 11.

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 18, 2018, 1:22 p.m.

Dare to draw: Second annual Monster Drawing Rally puts artists on the spot

Second annual art party will help support the Spokane Art School, which celebrates five decades next month.

Art views from the 5th Congressional District

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 …

Art and the 5th: Brown and McMorris Rodgers discuss art and humanities

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.

Shawn Vestal: An artist you probably know – even if you don’t know him – could use your help

I don’t know Ric Gendron at all. You may not either. But in a vivid way, we know him through his gift to us – his paintings.

Survive: Paul

“The biggest thing was the sense of failure. It’s demoralizing.”