This year, Theater Fest, now in its second year, features showcases at the Fox from 1-4 p.m. and the Bing Crosby Theater from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday.
If you’re not too tired from celebrating the Fourth of July, head out for First Friday and check out a new collection of art on display around town. Receptions are from 5-8 p.m. Friday unless otherwise noted.
During the two-hour class, participants will sketch Garland neighborhood landmarks while learning to sketch on location and add color with watercolors, colored pencils or markers.
“Spokane Silver Celebration,” which was supported by a Spokane Arts Grant Award, opened June 20 and continues through Aug. 4.
The drawings only last through the end of the exhibition, Aug. 17, at the Jundt Art Museum.
Having smashed glass, dripped wax, and assembled found objects and images, these artists inspire with their creative explorations.
Bazaar, which debuted in 2014, will be held on Saturday on Main Street between Post and Howard streets.
“Goats and Sheep: A Portrait Farm” brings Horan to the Art Spirit Gallery on Saturday for a book launch, reading and art exhibit.
Seattle-based artist Susan Zoccola was inspired by the plaza’s location on what was once known as auto row.
First ever event features LGBTQ artists showing at nine different venues in and around the downtown Spokane core.
The first time Freya Liggett noticed a job opening at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, she let it pass on by. Not only was she enjoying her role as the longtime manager of the Moses Lake Museum and Art Center, but the MAC’s ever-revolving door of leadership over the past several years would give anyone pause. After the hiring of Wes Jessup as the MAC’s executive director two years ago, came a feeling that things were looking up for Spokane’s 100-year-old cultural institution. The next time a position came up, this time as the MAC’s new curator of history, Liggett jumped at the chance to join the team. She has been on the job for two months.
MAC ArtFest, Friday through Sunday at Coeur d’Alene Park in Browne’s Addition, is celebrating its 34th year.
During the workshop, participants will create a small round root bag, also known as a “sally bag.”