ART | FIRST FRIDAY

It's the final Spokane art stroll of the year

click to enlarge Ildiko Kalapac's sculpture is on display at the Spokane YWCA.
Ildiko Kalapac's sculpture is on display at the Spokane YWCA.

The final First Friday event of 2016 includes a special event to unveil and dedicate a new sculpture commemorating and honoring women and children who are survivors of domestic violence. Commissioned by Spokane philanthropist and YWCA Spokane supporter Debra Garrett, the cast bronze statue by Spokane-based, Hungarian-born artist Ildikó Kalapács is titled Refuge. Depicting a woman and her two children walking through a doorway, surrounded by the inscription "enter here for peace," the piece was recently installed near the entrance of the YWCA's Alternatives to Domestic Violence Program. Other local artists are displaying their work at Friday's unveiling, from 5-7:30 pm at 930 N. Monroe; all art honors and acknowledges women.


Auntie's Bookstore, 402 W. Main
3 Minute Mic w/ Darrien Mack, 8-9:30

All You Can Ink, 9 S. Howard
Paintings by Jasen Hansen

Avenue West Gallery, 907 W. Boone
"Paper Play" by Keiko Von Holt

Barili Cellars, 608 W. Second
Photos by Kent Henderson; music by the Jazz Project

Barrister Winery, 1213 W. Railroad
Pieces from the MAC's Art@Work program

ben GALLERY, 1033 W. First, Suite H
Grand opening of Ben Joyce's gallery

Bistango, 108 N. Post
Music by Ron Greene

Bozzi Gallery, 221 N. Wall
Gallery grand reopening feat. various artists

Boutique Bleu, 1184 W. Summit Pkwy.
Acrylics and textiles by Vicky Cavin

Core Pilates and Wellness, 1230 W. Summit Pkwy.
Artisan jewelry by Lisa Katz

Cougar Crest Estate Tasting Room, 8 N. Post
Art by Amy Charbonneau; music by Alchemy

Craftsman Cellars, 1194 W. Summit Pkwy.
Watercolors by Betty Bradley; music by Wyatt Wood

Garageland, 230 W. Riverside
La Resistance's under $100 holiday show feat. various artists

Hills Restaurant, 401 W. Main
Music by Front Porch Trio, from 6-9 pm

Iron Goat Brewing, 1302 W. Second
Paintings by Linnea Tobias

Keith Powell Studio & Gallery, 123 E. Second
Art by Keith Powell, Lisa Waddle and Kristen Harvey

Kendall Yards Welcome Center, 1335 W. Summit Pkwy.
Artisan Festival, feat. various artists, from 4-8 pm

Kolva-Sullivan Gallery, 115 S. Adams
Exhibition by Rebekah Wilkins-Pepiton

Kress Gallery, 808 W. Main, third floor
Work by students in SFCC's Fine Arts and Photography programs

Liberty Ciderworks, 164 S. Washington
Oil pastels by David Wang

Marmot Art Space, 1206 W. Summit Pkwy.
Holiday Small Works Show

Mom's Custom Tattoo, 1226 W. Summit Pkwy.
Taxidermy/mixed-media by Anji Marth

Montvale Event Center, 1017 W. First
Art by Neicy Frey, wine tasting and open house

Nodland Cellars, 926 W. Sprague
Brent Edstrom and Dan Keberle

The Philanthropy Center, 1020 W. Riverside
Second annual live Native Art Auction

Robert Karl Cellars, 115 W. Pacific
Watercolors by Gail Johannes

Saranac Art Projects, 25 W. Main
Small Works Sale feat. various artists

Spokane Public Library, 906 W. Main
Big Bing Theory, art by Megan Martens-Haworth, Kelly Ranck and Spokane Montessori students

Spokane Startup Central, 610 W. Second
Art by Collin Muncey; music by Jon Lossing

T's Lounge, 703 N. Monroe
Art and music by the Keep Green Trio

Trackside Studio Ceramic Gallery, 115 S. Adams
"Cup of Joy" feat. 30+ artists

V du V Wines, 12 S. Scott
Paintings by Ellen Blaschke; music by Crushpad

Vino! A Wine Shop, 222 S. Washington
"Wall Works" by Jim Kolva

William Grant Gallery, 1188 W. Summit Pkwy.
Sculpture by Liz Bishop

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Chey Scott is the Inlander's food and listings editor. She compiles the weekly events calendar for the print and online editions of the Inlander, manages and edits the food section, and also writes about local arts and culture. Chey (pronounced Shay) is a lifelong Spokanite and a graduate of Washington State University...