FEBRUARY ARTS TOUR 2017

Feb / 3 + 4 + 5 / 2017


saturate logo

SATURATE is a city-wide collaboration calling attention to Spokane's diverse yet under-recognized artists. For the Visual Arts Tour in February arts venues large and small will simultaneously feature artwork, curatorial projects, and performances by Artists of Color. Your participation, and every artist and venue joining in, will help deepen the conversation on race, identity, and culture in our city and beyond.  

Participating Venues and Artists

Drawn Away - Chase Gallery
May Kytonen,
Tom Lee, Daniel Lopez,
Remelisa Cullitan-Stillinger,
Kirsten Furlong, Jeemin Kim
Music by Madeline McNeil
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5-8pm
Runs through Jan 5th - March 30
808 W Spokane Falls Blvd

Christopher Malsam – Bartlett
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5 pm -12 am
228 W Sprague Ave

Poet Robert Lashley - Auntie’s
Saturday, February 4th / 7 pm
Auntie’s Bookstore
402 W Main

Reservation X: Three Plateau Artists
Richmond Gallery

Ryan Feddersen
Carly Feddersen
Lee Sekaquapetwa
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5-9 pm
Sat, 4 /10:00am-9:00pm
Sun, 5 / 9:00am-12:00pm
228 W Sprague Ave

Desire Lines - Saranac Art Projects
Curated by Rachel Smith
Nicole Pietrantoni
Juventino Aranda
Stasia Burrington
Remelisa Cullitan
Reception: Friday, 3rd / 5-8pm
Exhibition: Feb 2-28
Gallery Hours: Thur-Sun 12-8pm
25 W Main

Música, Emoción y Color - Iron Goat Brewing
Nic Vigil
Reception: Friday 3 / 5-9:30 pm
Sat + Sun / 11 am - 11 pm
1302 W 2nd Ave

Responding - Kolva Sullivan
Ric Gendron
Karen Mobley
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5-9 pm
Open: Sat 4th / 10 am - 4 pm
Sun 5th / noon - 4 pm
115 south Adams Street

Images About the American West – Jundt
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5-9 pm
January 9 to May 13, 2017
Gonzaga University
200 E Desmet Ave

Shantell Jackson - Blue Door Theater
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5:30-7:30 pm
815 W Garland Ave

How I See It From the Edge + Miscellaneous Madness - Avenue West
Robert Llyod
Denise Robertson
Reception: Friday 3rd / 11am - 6pm
Open: Sat 4th / 11 am - 5 pm
Feb 2 - 28
907 W Boone, Suite B

Inanimate: an installation – Skywalk
Aziz Jamal
Jennifer Acevedo Nunez
Olivia Evans
Interactive video installation
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5-9 pm
Saturday 4th / 11 am - 6 pm
Sunday 5th / 12 pm - 4 pm
Open: Feb 3rd - 8th, 2017
Location
221 north Wall Street
Suite 226 Skywalk level

Salish Stories - Spokane Art School
Ric Gendron
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5-9 pm
Saturday 4th / 10 am - 4 pm
Open: Monday-Friday 10am-5pm and Staurday 10am-4pm
811 West Garland Ave.

Building Code - Spark Central
Presented in partnership with Laboratory Spokane: A pop-up exhibition featuring artists who work at the intersection of art, technology and social practice, curated by Laboratory Spokane resident
A.M. Darke.
Friday 3rd at 5 PM - 9 PM
1214 W Summit Parkway

Salik Seville + Friends
Downtown Library

Curated by Salik Seville
Jay Cousins
Denise Robinson
Sage Cabellero
Ron Greene (musician for First Friday)
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5-9pm
Open: Monday-Saturday 10 am - 6 pm

Water Colors, Metal Art - Cougar Crest
Amy Alicia Charbonneau
Reception: Friday 3rd / Noon-8pm
Saturday 4th / Noon-8pm
Sunday 5th / 2-6pm
8. N. Post Street, Suite 6

Boxed Out - Bottled Up
Trackside Studio

A selected exhibit of works in 2 and 3 dimensions by applicants from the Spokane region, with a theme that deepens the conversation on race, identity, and culture.
Reception: Friday, February 3 / 5 - 8 pm
Open Saturday, February 4 / 12pm - 4 pm
115 S. Adams

KOSH – Bistango
KOSH, has been performing for over 30 years across the nation. From private intimate settings to stadium arenas, the contemporary and classic sounds of Kosh can suit any situation. He performs as a vocal-acoustic soloist, duo, acoustic trio, jazz trio and a full party pop-rock band.
Open: Friday 3rd / 3pm-2am
Monday-Thursday 3-12am, Friday and Saturday 3-2am
108 N Post

Adornments - New Moon
Reception: Friday 3rd / 12 - 9 pm
Saturday 4th, 12-6 p.m.
Choose a stone or bead and one of our jewelry artists will design a unique pendant or earrings for you.
New Moon Art Gallery
1326 E. Sprague Ave.

Rez Life - Philanthropy Center
Kalispel Tribal elder Bob Charlo
Spokane Tribal member Jeff Ferguson
Colville Tribal member Cheryl Grunlose
This show will consist of imagery depicting Life on various Native American Reservations.
Reception: Friday 3rd / 4-8:30 pm
Saturday 4th / 10 - 5 pm
W. 1020 Riverside

Landscapes and Wildlife
William Grant Gallery

Crystal Martin
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5-8pm
Mon - Fri 10:00 - 6:00. Sat. 10:00 - 4:00
1188 W. Summit Parkway

Range: Heather Hart – Terrain
Brooklyn based artist, Heather Hart, will be doing a series of community-oriented, black-focused projects, as well as an installation of her own work.
February 21st to May 14th, 2017
304 W Pacific Ave

Unearth - Kress Gallery
Central Valley High School Art Students
Reception: Friday 3rd / 5-7 pm
Sat 4th, Sun 5th / 9am - 9pm
Kress Gallery
River Park Square
808 W. Main Ave

Come Together - Liberty Art Gallery
Carl Richardson
Nicholas Sironka
Priscilla Barnett
James Frye
Joe Flores
Music by: Jermaine Carlton
Reception: Friday 3rd /   5-9pm
Art on Display through April
203 N Washington St
 

 
 
I found out about Saturate during a crossroads in my art making practice. After living in Spokane for two years, I found myself in a crisis of belonging and questioning, wrestling with whether I could stay long term in Spokane as an Asian American, let alone as an artist, and asking questions about how (and if) my work and story mattered in this place.

Having a city wide initiative like Saturate is one of the reasons I have begun to feel that staying in Spokane is a real possibility for myself, and that I can hope for the thriving of myself and other artists and people of color in the Inland Northwest. I feel honored and encouraged to be included in the Chase Gallery’s Drawn Away exhibit and for the opportunity to share and connect with others.
— May Kytonen