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  • Fate of Expo ’74 sculpture murky as park is revamped

    A dirt lot north of Riverfront Park holds the ruins of Expo ’74. The dismantled wings of one of the giant, welcoming butterfly sculptures from the World’s Fair lie near …


  • City tries to save Expo ’74 sculpture

    Plans to remove a sculpture created for Expo ’74 have been put on hold while city officials explore options to save it. Spokane Arts Director Karen Mobley said Tuesday that …


  • City tries to save Expo ’74 sculpture

    Plans to remove a sculpture created for Expo ’74 have been put on hold while city officials explore options to save it. Spokane Arts Director Karen Mobley said Tuesday that …


  • Face Time: Nun, sculptor helped bring art to Expo ’74

    Sister Paula Mary Turnbull, of the Convent of the Holy Names in Spokane, is a prolific sculptor whose work includes the garbage-eating goat in Riverfront Park and adorns Spokane Community …


  • ‘Bone’ sculpture leaving play area

    A piece of Expo ’74 history is up for grabs. The Spokane Park Board voted unanimously Thursday to remove an unnamed sculpture by Charles W. Smith from Riverfront Park.


  • Park Board gives up Expo sculpture

    An Expo ’74 sculpture will be removed from Riverfront Park, but could be saved if an institution or interested person pays for its removal and can maintain it as a …


  • Sculpture’s fate will be decided Thursday

    The Spokane Park Board will decide Thursday if it will remove a sculpture created for Expo ’74 from Riverfront Park.


  • City ready to toss Expo-era sculpture

    When noted Pacific Northwest artist Charles W. Smith was creating a sculpture in what became Riverfront Park, he was often asked what it represented. “Nothing,” he told a Spokane Daily …

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