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Arts Wrap: EWU Theatre announces virtual fall production

After the coronavirus led the EWU Theatre department to cancel its winter production of "Silent Sky" after the first weekend, and the spring production entirely, the students and staff in the department regrouped and are planning on producing a virtual piece in the fall.

Local organizations receive funding through Humanities Washington

KYRS Thin Air Community Radio, the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, the Regional Theatre of the Palouse, the Salish School of Spokane, the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum and Spokane Faith and Values were among the 108 cultural organizations in the state that received funding through Humanities Washington. 

Jon Voight, Alison Krauss honored with national medals

Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight, singer and musician Alison Krauss and mystery writer James Patterson are among those being honored by President Donald Trump for their contributions to the arts or the humanities.

Pulitzer winner Nicholas Kristof has hope despite assault on truth

On Monday, the night before one of the most hotly contested midterm elections in recent U.S. history, Nicholas Kristof will be at Gonzaga University in Spokane talking about the state of American journalism in the era of “fake news” and President Donald Trump’s assertion that journalists are enemies of the people

Art views from the 5th Congressional District

Former Washington poet laureate Tod Marshall cast a wide net in seeking comment about the importance of arts and humanities in politics and governance. Here is what people had to say.

Spokane librarian selected for national award

Vanessa Strange, librarian at the North Spokane Library, won the Gordon M. Conable Award from the Public Library Association because of her commitment to intellectual freedom and the Library Bill of Rights.