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  • Sewer Sculptures
  • Sewer Sculptures

    Allen and Mary Dodge draw their artistic inspiration from the intestinal tract.
  • Travelling Illustrators
  • Travelling Illustrators

    The Society of Illustrators' annual exhibit comes to Spokane.
  • Mending Fences
  • Mending Fences

    The fallout continues over the MAC's firing of its executive director
  • Behind the Paint
  • Behind the Paint

    Check out the new, all-woman show at the Chase Gallery
      This spring at the City of Spokane’s Chase Gallery, the works of four women euro;” Betty Hageman, Ellen Picken, Kathleen Secrest and Jessie Lee Rasche euro;” cover the walls. It’s an exhibit display
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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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  • MAC Shake-up
  • MAC Shake-up

    The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture suddenly fires its executive director.
  • Sculpted Memory
  • Sculpted Memory

    A local artist memorializes her refugee past in bronze.
  • The G Train
  • The G Train

    A video installation makes connections between time, space and public transportation.
      The white box gallery smells like plywood. Inside, an obtrusive skeleton frame made of wood and nuts and bolts takes on the shape of a subway car. The car is coated with graffiti and garbage. Draw
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  • Time to Create
  • Time to Create

    Spokane's art collective steps into the mainstream with a show at the Chase.
  • Visual Arts Tour
  • Visual Arts Tour

    Your guide to this Friday's big happenings around Spokane
      artistâeuro;™s paintings that show how people relate to the world and others through emotions. Complimentary samples of Steam Plantâeuro;™s handcrafted beers and features reginal wines available. 995-9745.
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  • Creative Space
  • Creative Space

    Meet the man behind the art at the MAC.
      It takes five guys in a half-empty exhibit hall at the Museum of Arts and Culture to crack open and unpack the massive wooden crate. Inside is a miniature house encased in Plexiglas, an educational snow globe of sorts.
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  • Art Tease
  • Art Tease

    Students and faculty reveal a little about themselves and each other in a new SFCC exhibition.
      The initial impact when you enter the gallery is of totems or banners, each honoring a different artist, but also a range of styles, media, concepts and focal points. Some of the work is abstract, some narrative. A few pieces push the boundaries of taboo, others the limits of technology.
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  • In Plain Sight
  • In Plain Sight

    An unlikely artist, Edward Gilmore channels his energy into opening a gallery in an unlikely place.
      crunches underneath Edward Gilmoreâeuro;™s work boots as he lumbers from a tan pickup truck screaming with ads for a house painting company and a veterans motorcycle club.
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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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  • Art Fuss
  • Art Fuss

    Nelson Boren's 'Sand Creek Arch' has Sandpointers talking. Will it influence the city's upcoming arts projects?
      The piece riling this Northern Idaho community isn’t some Buddhist elephant god or a feces-covered Madonna but, instead, a collection of fish crafted from recycled road signs. The fish form a rainbow of blues, oranges, yellows and whites that flop their way across the arch.
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  • Night at the Museum
  • Night at the Museum

    Terrain took Spokane by storm three years ago. But how much more can they accomplish?
      The walls were dripping with sweat. Inside an old bank vault in downtown Spokane, moisture beaded on the walls and eventually began to oxidize into rusty green scabs. The organizers of Terrain never expected that 2,000 people would show up in 2008 for their first music and visual arts exhibition.
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