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Jundt Art Museum reopens for viewings by appointments only

The Jundt Art Museum on the Gonzaga University campus, which spent months shuttered or limited to Gonzaga students only, is now open to the general public once again. The museum at 200 E. Desmet Ave. is open by appointment.

Hanson rock wall

South Hill resident Sunny Hanson and her husband , Roger, are avid rockhounds for decades. They had bins of minerals and rocks in their backyard which they used to buid a rock wall

Then and Now: Downtown Sears building

As one of many new brick-and-mortar outlets, the first Spokane store opened in 1930 at 906 W. Main Ave. The bright, white modern building with a central tower in art deco style contrasted with the stodgy brick department stores that came before.

Upcycled Life: Stick crayons

Use up those tiny broken crayon stubs to make stick crayons. If you have a pocket knife and a drill, the remaining materials are easily gathered at no cost.

Terrain Gallery presents ‘Rising Above’

Local artists Rosemary Barile, Karen Mobley and Deb Sheldon will present “Rising Above” at Terrain Gallery from Friday through May 1. To celebrate the opening, organizers will host a reception on Friday.

‘Stepwell’ is an interactive art project

"Stepwell" is an interactive art project, which will be installed in Riverfront Park this summer. The piece, by celebrated artist Meejin Yoon, is one of two major artworks that will be installed in the park along with other improvements. The second piece, also slated to be put in place this year, is a maze-like sculpture by Spokane's Sarah Thompson Moore, "The Seeking Place."

Patti Smith returns to singing live with Brooklyn concert

NEW YORK — Patti Smith performed a mini-concert at the Brooklyn Museum on Tuesday to honor photographer Robert Mapplethorpe and add her voice to a series of pop-up events that represent New York City's first baby steps toward the return of live indoor performances.