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Arts Wrap: Seattle-based Spectrum Dance Theatre to perform at GU; Innovation School’s new mural

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 18, 2021

Members of Spectrum Dance Theatre are performing at Gonzaga on Saturday evening.
Members of Spectrum Dance Theatre are performing at Gonzaga on Saturday evening.

Gonzaga Dance’s annual fall production, “Dance Presents!” will feature Seattle-based professional dance company Spectrum Dance Theatre at the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

Gonzaga Dance will invite the ZagDancers, a group of fifth-grade students from four Title I schools, and their parents to watch the production free of charge. High school students participating in the Fall Dance Day program for prospective students will also be invited.

IF you go: Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center, 211 E. Desmet Ave, gonzaga.edu/mwpac, (509) 313-2787. For tickets, $15 for students and $20 for general admission, visit gonzaga.edu/ticketcenter.

School mural brings people together

Students from Innovation High School’s OSIRIS Fine Arts Program created a large-scale mural on the side of Something Else Deli at Sherman and Second Avenue. The mural, which represents “community and coming together in a COVID-19 world,” depicts several hands joined around a sandwich.

Innovation High School is an International Baccalaureate Organization offering four educational programs “for a worldwide community of schools, aiming to create a better, more peaceful world.” For more information, visit innovationspokane.org or @innovationhighspokane on Instagram.

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