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  • Hatch mixes benevolent with bizarre

    What do you get when you mix a beautiful girl from California with a new life in Spokane? Danielle Hatch. Raised in the paradisiacal garden land of Santa Barbara, about …

  • Flag Day art exhibit honors war veterans

    Traveling down the winding road from Main Street into Peaceful Valley, where the river flows serenely between the north bank and Browne’s Addition at “the heart of the Great Gorge,” …

  • On the Wall: Weavers converge on Spokane

    Next week, the biannual Association of Northwest Weavers’ Guilds conference will wash over the River City, sending a sea of professional fiber artists, novices, students and enthusiasts from six Northwestern …

  • At Art, Music and More, light shines on artists

    It’s been said that artists are dreamers. With enough imagination to fill the night’s sky – and pack the house at his first “official” First Friday art opening last week …

  • On the Wall: Trejo’s latest projects star in double feature

    Ruben Trejo is able to transcend time, space, cultures and boundaries in his artwork and in his life. This nationally treasured Mexican American artist, who lives in Spokane, embodies the …

  • On the Wall: Photo show focuses on manipulation

    Photography captures our world in a truthful way like no other medium can. However, the works of three photographers – Ed Freeman, Jennifer Scott and Rose Werr – on view …

  • EWU exhibition features work from 11 instructors

    The best place to get a live pulse on the art world is at the area’s university art schools, where the latest trends are being taught in the newest media. …

  • On the Wall: Exhibit pushes boundaries of photography

    Photography as an art form has progressed light years since its inception in the early 19th century, when it was developed as a tool to record people, places and events …



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