Wednesday, October 7, 2015

SLIDESHOW: Scenes from this year's Terrain

Posted By on Wed, Oct 7, 2015 at 1:15 PM

The eighth edition of Terrain, which has become one of Spokane’s most anticipated cultural events, packed the downtown Washington Cracker Co. building with some 8,200 people over the course of Friday night. Terrain, which featured wall-to-wall artistic exhibits, live music, literary readings, film screenings and more, took advantage of an expanded space this year that led to the sale of more than $14,000 worth of art. The arts organization, evolving beyond just a once-a-year event, is using a Kickstarter campaign titled The Campaign for Terrain in hopes of building a permanent home for cultural happenings on the site. You can donate toward their $25,000 goal through Nov. 2.

Slideshow Scenes from Terrain 2015
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The eighth edition of Terrain packed the downtown Washington Cracker Co. building with some 8,200 people over the course of Friday night.

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