Every day is a good day to remember that the city of Spokane was built on tribal land and that original peoples are still here and making art. Local artist and tribal elder Diane Covington is curating a window exhibition showcasing work completed by Plateau Salish artists this year, the year of the trickster. The pieces are showcased in the window of the YES IS A FEELING gallery, so you can drive, walk, or wheel by at your own pace (and as many times as you want). Covington works across mediums, creating larger than life depictions of subjects she loves, and teaches Spokane tribal culture and language. This show is hosted by Spokane Arts as part of October Arts Month.
Oct. 18-23 • Free • YES IS A FEELING • 159 S. Lincoln St. • spokanearts.org
— Lauren Gilmore