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Holiday terrain: Brrrzaar is back with local goods at River Park Square

Dread shopping at the mall? Prefer buying local and handmade? Now you can head downtown and still keep your chin up. River Park Square will be ground zero for shopping …

Terrain is endearingly local and heartbreakingly hopeful

Terrain, the free, annual, one-night-only, juried, multimedia art-and-music event is 5 p.m. to midnight. For the first time in Terrain’s 12-year history, the nonprofit arts organization secured funding to hire …

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 3, 2019

Bee You Organics opens store in Perry District

Home remedies for scars lead to Spokane businesswoman’s organic skin care line, store

First ranch dressing festival is today; Bridge Press entertainment; cider house tour; Terrain Table benefit; Frito-Lay gives back

Only in Idaho! Celebrate all things ranch at the First Annual Ranch Festival from 12-5 p.m. today at 9151 N. Hess St. in Hayden. Uncle Dan’s – not to be …

Shop local: Bazaar brings regional artists, buyers together

Bazaar, which debuted in 2014, will be held on Saturday on Main Street between Post and Howard streets.

UPDATED: Fri., May 3, 2019

Pop Up Shop plans relocation to River Park Square

The Pop Up Shop, presently in Steam Plant Square, is rebranding and relocating to River Park Square, a move that will accommodate additional space for artists to sell locally-made goods.

For Zambrano, Spokane Print Fest is about making art more accesible

Local artist Reinaldo Gil Zambrano, along with arts nonprofit Terrain, will hold the city’s first-ever Spokane Print Fest. The free event on Friday includes live demonstrations of a wide array …

Pop Up Shop is selling what might be the perfect stocking stuffer for toast lovers: toast earrings

They come in lightly toasted and burnt toast version.

Terrain goes electric with Dark Wave Disco night

Dark Wave Disco seeks to celebrate all things synthesizer. And before you ask, yes, Spokane has a synthesizer scene.

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.

Terrain 11 preview night brings artists, art fans together

Check out the Oct. 5 7 section for a complete preview of Terrain.

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.

Hidden Talent: Wild Walls manager Todd Mires expresses true self through painting

Todd Mires, a former competitive climber, has been painting consistently for the last five or six years, thanks in part to yoga.

UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 8, 2018

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: Thu., Oct. 5, 2017

Spokane’s Terrain art show continues to allow artists to find their voice

For veteran exhibitors and first-timers, annual Terrain art show is a chance to show of the deep creative well of the Spokane arts scene

UPDATED: Sun., Sept. 24, 2017

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 …

In the hands of homeless teens and refugees, cameras offer a different view of Spokane in Terrain’s ‘Snapshot’ exhibit

Does art have the power to soften hostility? Can pictures provide a window for understanding?

UPDATED: Thu., June 15, 2017

Magnetic beauty: Ben Delaney transforms rocks and wood into jewelry

Three years ago Delaney, 38, created a way to keep rocks and wood he can’t bear to part with by transforming them into necklaces, as striking as any diamond baubles. …

Vivaldi re-imagined: Symphony, Terrain bring some of Spokane’s brightest artistic talents together for creative take on Four Seasons

Now in its third year, “Uncharted,” the brainchild of non-profit arts organization Terrain and the Spokane Symphony, brings some of Spokane’s brightest artistic talent together for two nights of collaboration, …

UPDATED: Sun., April 9, 2017

Experimental vibe will continue in third year of ‘Uncharted’ collaboration with Spokane Symphony, Terrain

Now in its third year, “Uncharted” brings together members of the Spokane Symphony with 10 local artists for an exploration of Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons.”

UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 23, 2017

Terrain marks milestone with new exhibit

Terrain will mark a major milestone Friday with the opening of a new, permanent, visual arts gallery, featuring the exhibit “Oracular Rooftops” by Brooklyn-based artist Heather Hart.

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 artwork features Ferris students giving voice to the refugee crisis

In the mornings when Lissa Robison would drive to work at Ferris High School she’d hear stories about refugees fleeing their homelands, and the dangers they faced. At the same …

At age 9, Terrain continues to showcase emerging artists

Terrain, the annual souped-up celebration of young and emerging artists in the Spokane area, is promising more art, music and dancing this year.

Spokane Sidewalk Games builds community through oversized boardgames

After experiencing oversized sidewalk games in Seattle, Spokane Sidewalk Games founder Ryan Oelrich saw their potential for bringing the Spokane community together. “It was such a great experience to watch …

Fire scorches roof of Washington Cracker Co. building, prompting big response

The cause is officially undetermined, but scanner traffic suggested a wooden pallet caught fire when a piece of “highly polished” steel concentrated sunlight onto it.

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.

Uncharted set to return

This year’s Uncharted, a collaboration between the Spokane Symphony and Terrain, will be at the Fox on May 27.

Create Spokane kicks off a monthlong arts celebration

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