ben stuckart

Photo Credit: Terrain 

"The Arts in Spokane are important for many different reasons:  They celebrate our diversity, they are a pure reflection of what we can accomplish individually and collectively, and they make our City stronger."  

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Spokane Arts Awards 2015

October 30th 7pm-12am
McKinstry Station, 850 E Spokane Falls Blvd #100, Spokane, WA 99202

What are we celebrating? We will be capping off a month long celebration of arts & culture in the Inland Northwest and will be recognizing recipients of the 2015 Arts Awards, the Mayor’s Urban Design Awards and the new Poet Laureate for Spokane. Dress to impress and start working on your costumes now. This party will be full of spectacle, dancing, creativity, delicious food and drinks!

This event is being sponsored by McKinstry, and the Inlander with generous support from Photoboxx, Black Label Brewing Company and Tinbender Craft Distillery.

See the link below to purchase tickets.


In search of lost time: Bob gilmore and his former students

10/1/15-1/5/16 Free and open to the public.
Chase Gallery //808 W Spokane Falls Blvd.

Opening Reception: First Friday, Oct. 2nd
This exhibit pays homage to Robert (Bob) Gilmore and his long lineage as a teacher of painting in Spokane for over 40 years. Bob has a passion for painting which he has devoted the majority of his life’s pursuit.  He has contributed greatly to the craft and to our region, by teaching this pursuit to a great number of talented and passionate painters who studied with him over the years.
Bob Gilmore
Ken Spiering
Dan Spalding
Katey Mandley
Abigail Mcallum
Jon Yerden
John Deroulet