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Felts Field - 1927 Air Race Exhibit

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Spokane Valley Heritage Museum 12114 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley Spokane Valley (map)
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Spokane Valley’s Felts Field once hosted the most popular flying event in the nation, the National Air Races. Celebrity and military pilots performed death-defying stunts and displayed the latest in flight technology of the time. Museum hours Wed-Sat, 11 am-4 pm. Adults/$6; Seniors/$5, ages 7-17/$4
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The Artist’s Palette: Through the Lens of Dean Davis

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In his newest collection — which now takes the revolving spot as Story No. 66 in the MAC’s ongoing 100 Stories exhibit — renowned Spokane photographer Dean Davis offers a lesser-seen vantage of the local art scene. In an artist’s view of his fellow creatives, Davis has captured vibrant macro images of the working palettes of two dozen celebrated regional painters. “Because of their earth origin, my pigments all fall into a synergistic harmony,” says featured artist Timothy C. Ely, featured alongside Melissa Cole, Kyle Paliotto and others. These dried strokes and smudges may be unintentional leftovers of the creative process, yet also art in their own way.

Nov. 28-June 28, 2015 • $5-$10 museum admission • Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture • 2316 W. First • northwestmuseum.org $5-$10/admission
The Artist’s Palette: Through the Lens of Dean Davis

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Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition feat. David Hayes

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Jundt Art Museum 200 E. Desmet Ave., Spokane Spokane - East (map)
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Centennial Trail users who frequent its stretch passing the grounds of Gonzaga’s Jundt Art Museum likely have noticed the recent addition of a number of large-scale, abstract sculptures dotting the grassy expanse. Thirteen in all, the iconic steel sculptures are the work of David Hayes, a prominent sculptor whose career spanned six decades. Hayes’ work has been showcased at top art institutions including the Guggenheim and MoMA, but this is the first exhibition of his work west of the Rockies. In this exhibit, nature and art come together as one. In addition to the outdoor display, five smaller pieces are featured inside the museum. The exhibit continues through next summer, giving the structures a chance to change in different light shades and seasons.

Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition: David Hayes • Public walk-through (free), Fri, Sept. 19, at noon; art on campus through July 31, 2015 • Jundt Art Museum • 200 E. Desmet • gonzaga.edu/jundt Free
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100 Stories — A Centennial Exhibition

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100 Stories — A Centennial Exhibition, an exhibit celebrating the Eastern Washington State Historical Society's first hundred years, opens at the MAC this weekend. The long-term exhibit features art and artifacts reflecting the region's history, including Native American culture. During its two-year run, the museum plans to host special programming to enhance community engagement. Among those events are art demonstrations, film, lectures and symposia. Stories as part of the exhibit are to be told not only at the MAC, but also at important relevant locations throughout Spokane and Eastern Washington. Many of the exhibit’s featured artifacts from the MAC’s collections have never been on display before. $3-$10
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