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Proposed sculpture in Spokane would show toll of war

Ildikó Kalapács grew up in Hungary, when the eastern European country was under Soviet control. Her grandparents lived and survived through both world wars, the Russian occupation of their country …

Tax in Spokane on movies, events could soon pay for art

Art in Spokane may soon get some new patrons: film junkies, Zags fans and concertgoers. Under a proposal by City Council President Ben Stuckart, arts funding would jump from $80,000 …

Create Spokane kicks off a monthlong arts celebration

Spokane Art’s Create Spokane month brings arts programming to the fore.

Mural project honors tribes, slaughtered horses

On Sept. 8, 1858, U.S. Army troops under the command of Col. George Wright torpedoed Spokane-area Indian tribes already reeling from losses on the battlefields at Four Lakes and the …

For Laura Becker, home is where the art is

Laura Becker moved back to Spokane just this month, and the city she returned to is vastly different from the one she left. As the new executive director of the …