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Virtual gallery doesn’t ‘Soften’ art’s impact

Is being “soft” powerful? How can “soft” ways build strength? These are just some of the questions that June T. Sanders and Krista Brand, guest curators from Washington State University, pose in a new group show titled “Soften.”

May brings more virtual art shows for First Friday

Last month’s Virtual First Friday was such a success, Spokane Arts and the Downtown Spokane Partnership have decided to do it again. Alright, maybe the decision was made for them, but going online for virtual art encounters is more than just safe.

Theme for this First Friday: art in dark rooms

Forget New Year’s diet resolutions to boost your health. Recent research has shown that visiting art galleries and museums can lower anxiety and depression, increase critical thinking skills and even make you feel like you are falling in love.

First Friday: Art Walk offers local holiday gift options

First Fridays are when Spokane’s downtown galleries and businesses throw open their doors to debut new exhibitions free to the public. This December’s Art Walk beckons busy holiday shoppers with the added bonus of buying local when knocking out that list.

Warm up with art for First Friday

November’s First Friday Art Walk is a time to start squirreling away locally crafted cool stuff for the winter. Or just come enjoy what the creatives cooked up.

Fireworks ring in new round of First Friday exhibits

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.