"Seriously, I feel like art can save lives. Here in Spokane, everywhere. This is why supporting the Spokane Symphony and The Corbin Art Center and The Mac and Terrain and Ink Spokane and public libraries (which allow free public access to all sort of arts programming) and Spokane Arts and Window Dressing and local galleries and The Bartlett and any other arts venue/group you can think of is so important: It benefits everyone. It makes Spokane more peaceful, more compassionate. Art is a way we communicate with one another, and it's thrilling to be a part of the conversation here locally."
Visual Arts Tour
First Friday | Spokane, WA
February 05, 2016
First Event starts at 10:00am
SPOKANE ARTS SUGGESTS:
Visual Arts Tour - City Wide
February 5, 6, 7
Friday 5-9pm See event listings for Saturday and Sunday hours
Over 40 venues participating, countless artists, amazing artwork.
What do you want to see, paintings, pottery, film, virtual reality, craft, conceptual?
Spokane artist are doing it all.
wa state poet laureate, tod marshall first public reading of 2016
Thursday, Feb, 4th, 2016
7:30 – 8:15 p.m.
Globe Room of Cataldo Hall. E. 429 Boone, Spokane WA
Readings by Tod Marshall and friends, followed by post-reading reception with dessert.
The Washington State Poet Laureate is a joint program of Humanities Washington and the Washington State Arts Commission/ArtsWA
world on fire @ the chase gallery
January 5 – March 31, 2016 8:00am – 5:00pm M-F
Reception 5:00pm -8:00pm Friday, February 5, 2016
Chase Gallery I City Hall
Abstract paintings from the Pacific Northwest
Artists: Laura Allen, Lisa Daniels, Ken Susynski, Veronica Reeves, Fiona Lau