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Finishing the puzzle: Terrain’s increased size comes with logistical challenges

For its 11th year, bigger Terrain means building walls. But in a good way. It’s all about making space for more art and larger-scale pieces.


Bazaar connects artists with art patrons, no matter their budget

The one-day annual event, presented by Terrain and sponsored by Global Credit Union, will be held Saturday on Howard and Wall streets between Riverside and Main avenues.


UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 8, 2018, 4:55 p.m.

Terrain celebrates 10-year anniversary with retrospective gallery show

‘Ten Years of Terrain’ opens Friday and runs through March 24 at the Washington Cracker Building.


Ginger Ewing merges creativity and culture through art to better Spokane

If you’ve admired Ginelle Hustrulid’s soundwave, made from more than 1,200 paint samples located on First Avenue, thank Window Dressing.


UPDATED: Sun., Sept. 24, 2017, 12:53 p.m.

When Luke met Ginger: Spokane couple breathe life into local arts scene

The 10th anniversary of Terrain is remarkable for many reasons. The annual downtown arts show has been a catalyst – maybe the catalyst – for renewed energy and creativity in …


Artists rally in Spokane to respond to presidential election

The co-founders of Terrain are hosting Rally, a community art response to the presidential election.


Terrain awarded $100,000 grant

The Spokane arts collective Terrain has been awarded $100,000 grant from the Seattle-based organization Washington Women’s Foundation.


Symphony, Terrain return to Uncharted territory

Uncharted, which hits the Fox Theater stage on Friday night, is a collaboration between the Spokane Symphony and Terrain. Part rock concert, part symphony concert and part art show, the …


Window Dressing brings new life to Ridpath skywalk

As part of the Fall Visual Arts Tour, Window Dressing will be unveiling the first five installations intended to spruce up the area around the abandoned Ridpath Hotel.


Armed with a permanent space, organizers of annual Terrain art show have high hopes

Every year, the organizers of Terrain – Luke Baumgarten, Ginger Ewing, Patrick Kendrick and Diego Sanchez – meet clandestinely on the night of the event for a celebratory champagne toast. …


Shawn Vestal: Arts entrepreneurs’ next project is dressing up downtown

It’s been just three weeks since the second Bazaar, the downtown local arts festival that already feels like a community staple. So naturally, Ginger Ewing, one of the people who …


Creative commerce

Last June, the local foursome behind Terrain – Luke Baumgarten, Ginger Ewing, Patrick Kendrick and Diego Sanchez – started another one-day-only event that likewise focused on Spokane’s art community. Bazaar …


Annual art showcase Terrain focuses on a new permanent space

This time last year, the organizers of Terrain were toying with the idea of expanding the event into something grander than a one-night-only art and music showcase. And now that …


Buyers’ market

On a drizzly Tuesday afternoon, there’s hardly any foot traffic down the 200 block of North Wall Street. On Saturday, though, the street is going to be packed with art …


Terrain’s arts celebration opens for sixth annual one-night show

It’s just four days before Terrain, the annual one-night-only celebration of Spokane’s art and music scene, and you get the feeling that the event’s main organizers – Luke Baumgarten, Ginger …


Terrain’s arts celebration opens for sixth annual one-night show

It’s just four days before Terrain, the annual one-night-only celebration of Spokane’s art and music scene, and you get the feeling that the event’s main organizers – Luke Baumgarten, Ginger …


Shawn Vestal: Arts community grows its roots through Terrain

When Luke Baumgarten, Ginger Ewing and Patrick Kendrick were growing up, they understood that there was one thing young, creative, artistic, ambitious people absolutely did not do in Spokane. Stay.


‘Dress Code‘ through the years

Looking for inspiration while dressing up for holiday parties? Consider visiting the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. The museum’s exhibition “Dress Code” opens today.