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Explorations XIV: student invitational

509-625-6081
Chase Gallery 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

A group exhibition featuring the work of art department students,nominated by faculty at area colleges including: Whitworth, Gonzaga, EWU, SFCC and NIC. Artwork on display ranges in media from painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, mixed media, sculpture, installation and video. Show runs through March 31. Gallery hours: Mon-Fri, from 8 am-5 pm. Free admission.
Explorations XIV: student invitational

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Artist Jim Batell

893-8350
North Spokane Library 44 E. Hawthorne Rd., Spokane Spokane - North (map)

The Spokane "Dumpster Artist" displays his whimsical squirrel paintings done on recycled cardboard in the library's lobby. March 1-31.

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First Friday: Kim Long "Imaginative Tendencies"

290-5604

An exhibit of drawings in pen and colored pencil, inspired by folk designs of Mexico and India. March 6-31, reception March 6, from 5-8 pm. Free to view
First Friday: Kim Long "Imaginative Tendencies"

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Pocket Vinyl

Wed., April 1, 8-10 p.m.
509-535-4007
Checkerboard Bar 1716 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Spokane - East (map)
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A duo consisting of a one-man piano band and an on-stage painter who creates a work of art during the show that's auctioned off at the end. Free!
Pocket Vinyl

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Ric Gendron: Rattlebone

313-6843
Jundt Art Museum 200 E. Desmet Ave., Spokane Spokane - East (map)

Ric Gendron’s vibrant paintings have been on the road for more than two years now, but his 30-year career’s work is coming home. Gonzaga’s Jundt Art Museum hosts the work of the Spokane artist, a dual member of the Colville and Umatilla tribes, through this spring. Gendron’s expressionist paintings and prints tell the story of his people’s rich heritage in a contemporary style, with common palettes of fiery oranges and cool, cerulean skies splashed with ruby reds and emerald greens. Alongside his artworks, the exhibit also features historic, cultural

Fri, Jan. 23-April 2; reception Fri, Jan. 23, from 5-7 pm, gallery walk-through Fri, Jan. 30, at 10:30 am • Free admission • Jundt Art Museum, 200 E. Desmet • gonzage.edu/jundt Free
Ric Gendron: Rattlebone

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Imagine a World Without Militaries

777-3834
Whitworth University 300 W. Hawthorne Rd., Spokane Spokane - North (map)

Students in the "Nonviolent Defense and Conflict Resolution" class displays information about global military spending, alternative ways to use military funding, and highlights of countries that don’t have a military. Opening reception March 18 from 4-5 pm; runs through April 2. In the Hixon Union Building. Free and open to the public.

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Neil Clafin, Chris Bean, Jessie Spaccia and Christopher Spriggs

326-6475
Stella's Cafe 917 W. Broadway Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

Local artist showcase, reception March 6, from 7-10 pm. Art is up through April 2 and viewable daily. Free
Neil Clafin, Chris Bean, Jessie Spaccia and Christopher Spriggs

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Artemisia Grand Opening

Fri., April 3, 5-8 p.m.
720-3601
Woman's Club of Spokane 1428 W. Ninth, Spokane Spokane - West (map)

Located in lower level of Spokane Woman's Club (enter through the green door on Walnut), featuring artwork by 15+ local women artists including: Shani Marchant, Louise Kodis, Wendy Zupan, Marie Harcus, Gay Waldman, Ingrid Ostellier, Judy Patterson and others. Free

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First Friday

Fri., April 3, 5-8 p.m.
Spokane n/a, Spokane Spokane - North (map)

Local art galleries and businesses reveal new hosted artwork for the month, with artist receptions from 5-8 pm. Full details at Inlander.com/FirstFriday. Free

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Through the Lens: An American Century — Corbis & Vivian Maier

509-335-1910
Museum of Art/WSU Wilson Road, Pullman Moscow/Pullman (map)

An exhibit exploring the personal and public uses of photography, featuring some of the most famous images in history, the Corbis Collection, and the most private, the work of Vivian Maier. Through April 3; gallery open Mon-Sat, hours vary. Free admission
Through the Lens: An American Century — Corbis & Vivian Maier

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First Friday: Melissa Rackham & Brian Deemy

Fri., April 3, 4-8:30 p.m.
928-7721

The Brickwall Photographic Arts Gallery presents alternative process photography by Melissa Rackham and Brian Deemy.
First Friday: Melissa Rackham & Brian Deemy

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First Friday at the MAC

Fri., April 3, 5-8 p.m.
456-3931

Events include live music by Mike Ross, a demonstration by artist Dick Ibach, and gallery exhibit viewing, including "100 Stories: A Centennial Exhibition." Free
First Friday at the MAC

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First Friday: Baskets For The Bunny

Fri., April 3, 5-8 p.m.
202-0850
East Sprague Art Gallery 1812 E. Sprague, Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

Local fabric artist Diane Spano Fabric shares what can be done with a little bit of fabric and rope. Free
First Friday: Baskets For The Bunny

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First Friday: Spokane Fifty

Fri., April 3, 5-8 p.m.
270-5804
Marmot Art Space 1206 W. Summit Parkway, Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

Spokane Fifty showcases local contributors to the city's thriving arts and culture scene. This photographic exhibition features all of the Spokane Fifty subjects, and reveals the "Next Ten." Free
First Friday: Spokane Fifty

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Cirque Du Equinox

Fri., April 3, 6 p.m.-2 a.m.
Crescent Court 707 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)
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Artists of multiple disciplines collaborate for a performance of visual arts, dance, music and more. Free
Cirque Du Equinox

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Katherine Sullivan: Force Drift

Mondays-Saturdays. Continues through April 3
777-3258
Bryan Oliver Gallery Whitworth, 300 W. Hawthorne Ave., Spokane Spokane - North (map)

"Force Drift" brings together paintings from the artist's "Docile Bodies" series with new works that reflect on the cyclical nature of torture and violence, on the sexual aspect inherent in much violence, and on the dialectical nature of the relationship that binds an authority figure and its subject. Through April 3; gallery open Mon-Sat (closed March 21-29). Free admission
Katherine Sullivan: Force Drift

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Palouse Women Artists

509-229-3414
Dahmen Barn 419 N. Park Way, Uniontown Rural Eastern WA (map)

Twenty-eight women display works of art in various mediums with the theme "Power of Three." Reception April 3, from 5 to 8 pm; continues through April 26. Gallery hours Thu-Sun, from 10 am-6 pm. Free to view.

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SFCC Gallery Show

509-290-6047
South Perry Pizza 1011 S. Perry St, Spokane Spokane - East (map)

A select student and faculty gallery show; open during regular business hours, (Tue-Sun) April 3-30.

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Jenny Hyde & Tobe Harvey

Saranac Art Projects 25 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

Jenny Hyde rejoins SAP with her exhibition, "The Living Room," a meticulous, photographic documentation of her childhood home. Tobe Harvey's "Phi" repurposes past work int a new series combining collage and painting. April 3-25; opening reception April 3, from 5-8 pm. Gallery open Thur, 12-5 pm, Fri-Sat, 12-8 pm. Free
Jenny Hyde & Tobe Harvey

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Attention to Detail

208-885-3586
Prichard Art Gallery 414 S. Main St., Moscow Moscow/Pullman (map)

An exhibit bringing together five contemporary printmakers of national reputation: James Bailey, Bev Beck-Glueckert, Timothy Chapman, John Ford and Victoria Goro-Rapoport. The exhibit showcases the strength of the printmaking tradition at the forefront of innovation. From whimsical to darkly penetrating, each artist is interested in the human psyche, its connections to the natural world, history and self. Free admission.
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