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First Friday: Walking the walk to see some art

The monthly First Friday is this weekend. Venues are open 5-8 pm., unless otherwise noted.


First Friday: Monster memories lead to art rooted in horror

Mikal Vollmer is obsessed with the pop culture artifacts of his childhood – the action figures, comic books, trading cards, even the vintage cereal boxes. His art captures the aesthetics …


Iron Goat a new stop on the First Friday trail

Other highlights for this month: Historic images and films from the Chronicle Building, Bonnie Griffith’s “Seasons in Landscape,” and multiple Window Dressings


Dipper adds music, art event for First Friday

Whether you’re on the hunt for some free gallery tours or a new painting to hang on your living room wall, every month’s First Friday festivities offer an embarrassment of …


Kay O’Rourke’s river paintings tell Spokane history

A story that starts in the Ice Age and ends at Expo ’74 is a pretty long story. To divide an ageslong history into chapters, Kay O’Rourke found the stories …


Window to the mind

James Frye’s artwork packs in a lot to look at: vibrant colors and offbeat figures, psychedelic swirls, floating eyeballs. To his parents, the titles are the most revealing part. “Personalities …


3-Minute Mic brings lively literary energy

You’re encouraged to be relatively quiet in a bookstore, to browse and read silently without disturbing anybody. That’s not the case with 3-Minute Mic. On the first Friday of every …


Parking ticket art causes passers-by to pause

One parking ticket is bad enough. Imagine having dozens of them. A car parked on Post near Main is literally covered in parking tickets, but they aren’t real.


UPDATED: Sat., June 6, 2015

The art of parking tickets

Parking tickets, art, Eastern Washington University, First Friday, Tom Askman


Artist’s work reflects family’s influence

Her Montana mother and grandmother and great- grandparents and great-aunts and aunts – they were all artists, passing along what they knew about painting, sculpture and drawing from one to …


Artist’s work reflects family’s influence

Her Montana mother and grandmother and great- grandparents and great-aunts and aunts – they were all artists, passing along what they knew about painting, sculpture and drawing from one to …


Moving water, moving images

The longer photographer Charles Gurche looks at a patch of water – say, a 10-by-10-foot piece of the Spokane River – the more he sees. Forms, colors and patterns emerge …


McCann’s latest promises different beat

Dan McCann’s sound performance tonight will start and end with a tick, tick, tick. The middle could go anywhere. He demonstrated recently in his art studio, which takes up the …


Evans throws art, drinks in the mix

Beer isn’t her go-to beverage. “I like beer. I love beer,” said Sheila Evans, who co-owns Spokane’s Iron Goat Brewing with her husband and another couple. “Usually, when I have …


Exhibit lets young artists put best foot forward

Their canvases arrived in shoe form – Converse All Stars, to be exact. A series of workshops over the summer put blank pairs of sneakers and art supplies into the …


Spotlight: IRT holds reading of Caisley’s ‘Happy’

Idaho Repertory Theatre in Moscow is hosting a reading of Robert Caisley’s play “Happy” on June 27. Caisley, who lives in Moscow, has seen his play become a finalist for …


Through a vintage lens: Artist’s screen prints highlight iconic Spokane sights

Artistically, the essence of Spokane is often conveyed through iconic images like the Clocktower, Pavilion, Looff Carrousel or running statues in Riverfront Park. But for longtime resident Chris Bovey, 34, …


The First First Friday of 2014

By now, surely, we’ve all recovered from New Year’s Eve. So it’s time to head out on the town once again for an evening of art, music and refreshments. First …


Second-graders turn paintings into textile creations

Diane Weber’s class at St. Aloysius Gonzaga Catholic School got started on its textile art career last year as first-graders after reading “James and the Giant Peach.” Together with quilter …


The Verve: Zahner, Avenue West plan First Friday events

Dian Zahner has always been an artist. In elementary school, she drew and submitted her creations to contests. Her first win was a poster contest in third grade.


Night vision

A volunteer effort to document the architectural history and the feel of the night in Spokane will be on display for First Friday at Kress Gallery in River Park Square. …


Church Notes: Buddhist Temple food festival this weekend

Spokane Buddhist Temple, 927 S. Perry St., will present its 21st Annual Fall Food Festival on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The festival, Aki Matsuri, will offer chicken …


First Friday

Receptions run from 5 to 8 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Arbor Crest Tasting Room - “Old World” photographs of European architecture and settings by Linda Lowry; live rock/blues/alt-country by Maxie …


Former Spokane DJ headlines today’s art, music extravaganza

Now in its third year, the Terrain Northwest Art Exhibit is becoming something of an institution for the budding indie-art scene in Spokane. Presenting art and music that’s framed by …


Fall Visual Arts Tour stretches beyond downtown

Think of it as a mass, happy art march. It’s Spokane’s semiannual Visual Arts Tour, a super-sized First Friday art walk. If you’ve never participated, you might be surprised at …


First Friday

Receptions run from 5 to 8 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. Arbor Crest Tasting Room - Photography by Jon Jantz, exploring mountain peaks and seldom-traveled lands; music by Mick Croon. 5:30-8:30 …


First Friday

Receptions run from 5 to 8 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Arbor Crest Tasting Room - Works by Debbie Hanks; live music by Maxie Ray Mills. 6-9:30 p.m., River Park Square, …


First Friday

Receptions run Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. and are free, unless otherwise indicated. Arbor Crest Tasting Room - “New Growth,” photography combined with natural elements by Andrea Faith; music …


First Friday

Receptions run from 5 to 8 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. Arbor Crest Tasting Room - “Language of a Body: Instinct over Intellect,” works by Carrie Vielle exploring the role of …


First Friday

Receptions run from 5 to 8 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) Arbor Crest Tasting Room - Masks evoking the seven deadly sins and other ceramic pieces by Michelle Sylvester, music by …