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Notorious serial wife-murderer “Bluebeard” Watson had not completely escaped the hangman’s noose.
It's difficult not to be drawn to the beauty and contrast of Andy Warhol's "Reigning Queens." Illustrating the difference between chilly and distant Queen Elizabeth II and sunny and approachable Queen Ntombi Twala of Swaziland, courtesy of screen prints, is inspired, and the concept by the late, legendary artist holds up a generation later.
Though temperatures are still high, it is now officially fall, which means it's time to start thinking about getting cozy. Need inspiration? Stop by the third-annual Quilt Show, which opens Friday at the Inland Northwest Railroad Museum and continues through Sunday.
After a sold-out reopening in August, albeit at 25% capacity, the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture has a packed schedule of exhibitions to offer visitors this fall. The headliner brings work from pop art powerhouses to Spokane: "Pop Power From Warhol to Koons: Masterworks From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation."
Talk about a summer transformation: The Priest Lake Museum has recently launched a brand new website giving patrons access to lake history year-round. On the website, visitors will find sneak peeks at exhibits currently housed in the museum. Viewers also can read outdoor exhibit panels and learn more about programs.
When Dawn Wolski left her South Hill home en route to the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture on Saturday afternoon, it appeared that life was imitating art. The sky was hazy and smoky. The air quality was hazardous. However, the general and artistic director of Inland Northwest Opera braved the elements.
The city of The Dalles, Oregon, overlooking the banks of the Columbia River has quite the history. The number of early chapters reads like a table of contents in a nonfiction book. The events can be found, revealed and enjoyed at the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum.
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.
First they were buried under volcanic debris for nearly two millennia. Then they were out of sight again for some six months, in Spokane's Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. But as of Tuesday, the more than 100 Roman artifacts that comprise the exhibition “Pompeii: The Immortal City” were brought back into public view.
The Browne's Addition attraction has been closed since the start of the pandemic, but health officials recently released new guidance on museums reopening.
A Houston museum dedicated to conserving African American culture said Tuesday that its decision to display a more than 100-year-old Confederate statue is about providing Black Americans with a way to confront slavery’s painful legacy and include their lived experiences in the conversation.
The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture created a completely virtual summer camp program designed for students in second to fifth grades 2-5.
A new grant, established by Jordan Schnitzer in partnership with Washington State University's Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, will support 20 Washington-based artists in the creation of artwork inspired by social justice efforts in response to systemic racism.
Lynden is a small town, population 13,952 in 2016. It is in northwest Washington and a few miles south of the U.S.-Canada border. Lunch at the Dutch Mothers Restaurant serves authentic Dutch food such as pannekoek (pancakes), Dutch split pea soup and Dutch apple pie.
For 1,500 years, the artifacts of everyday life in Pompeii were lost under ash and rock. Now, they’re languishing out of sight once more.
The Spokane Daily Chronicle ran front-page mug shots of all four of the inmates who escaped from the Spokane County Jail two days earlier, including Jerome Kirk, described as “the gentleman burglar who entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skadan at the point of his gun for five hours.”
Caruso’s Sandwiches and Artisan Pizza, IHOP, Mod Pizza and other area restaurants will be donating 15% to 25% of proceeds from takeout orders to local food bank Second Harvest on Takeout Tuesday this Tuesday.
In some ways, the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t changed much about the 35th annual ArtFest, presented Friday through Sunday by the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.
In his courageous and erudite new book, “The Louvre: The Many Lives of the World’s Most Famous Museum,” critic James Gardner is bold to take in, and take on, what few mortals have the chance or the stamina to do.
It might seem as though Bill Stoller wears a big “S” on his chest much of the time, but the Oregon vintner prefers to take more of a Clark Kent role.