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  • Everyday Monets
  • Everyday Monets

    Creativity and socialization combine in paint-and-sip art classes, where anyone can create a masterpiece
  • The Pundit
  • The Pundit

    For a decade, Scott Kolbo has made Spokane’s art scene bigger, better and more professional. Now, he’s leaving
      The Spokane visual artist, member of Saranac Art Projects and Whitworth art professor has earned a reputation for being vocal about the local arts scene, for encouraging critique and always urging artists to be professional.
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  • Ink Stains
  • Ink Stains

    How a former graffiti-tagging gang member is fighting spray paint with spray paint.
      How Justo Luis Rodriguez, a former graffiti-tagging gang member who now runs Upful Creations, is fighting spray paint with spray paint.
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  • Redneck Fascist Hipster Pinkos
  • Redneck Fascist Hipster Pinkos

    Two local artists ponder election-year discourse, and beat each other up in the process
      A bald-headed man in white coveralls stands in the center of a white room. Another man âeuro;” also in coveralls, also bald âeuro;” walks up to the first. Carefully, calculatedly, he raises the weapon in his hand âeuro;” a foam boffer of sorts âeuro;” and smacks the first man across the belly.
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  • Asphalt Art
  • Asphalt Art

    A parking lot sculpture hopes to point SFCC students beyond the blacktop. But they've got to notice it first.
      âeuro;œItâeuro;™s meant to sort of blend with the parking lot and the landscape. You might not even notice it right away, even if you drove to the back of the parking lot,âeuro;� says Tom Oâeuro;™Day, an art instructor and gallery director at Spokane Falls Community College. âeuro;œItâeuro;™s not an eyesore, it doesnâeuro;™t really stand out.
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  • What Things Remain
  • What Things Remain

    A local artist on little black dresses and how so much of creation is about erosion.
      McWilliams’ art works with notions of creation and destruction, both mental and environmental, so it’s fitting that her artist’s studio — a disintegrating, two-story brick storefront across from Piggy Mart on Third Avenue — is, in her words, “condemnable.
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  • The Year in Arts & Culture
  • The Year in Arts & Culture

    The year young artists got scrappy, the symphony stayed inside and a sex scandal had theatergoers taking sides
      of artist-friends, who got almost 30 artists to spend 24 hours each in the space, doing whatever they wanted to do. The Transcendence Project was a collaboration with Our Kids Our Business to put youngsters in contact with young artists on big, transitory public art projects.
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