Even the staunchest of theater nerds will tell you that, sometimes, Shakespeare is a bit boring. However, this early farcical Shakespearean play is anything but. The synopsis is a bit confusing, see if you can keep up: A set of twins with the same first name accidentally meet after being separated at birth. To add to the confusion, the twins have twin servants who also have the same name. Hijinks ensue in the form of mistaken identity and slapstick bits. The puns and physical comedy in this play showcase a side of Shakespeare that you may not have seen before…
This exhibition celebrates Balazs' regional impact through 30 new additions to the museum's permanent collection. The show focuses on Balazs' later woks in sculpture, drawing and enamel. Feb. 3-June 3, Tue-Sun from 10 am-5 pm.
A brisk stroll through downtown Spokane’s Riverfront Park will tell you all you need to know about Coeur d’Alene-based artist Sarah Thompson Moore. Her large-scale piece of public art, “The Seeking Place,” was installed in the park in 2022 with its large metal panels inspired by our region’s basalt outcroppings. A new solo exhibition at Whitworth’s Bryan Oliver Gallery showcases Moore’s work that leans on the smaller side of things. Through the pieces in the show, the artist draws upon her experience creating public installations that contemplate nature, history and the characteristics of a place. She even uses leftover materials…
In case you hadn’t heard, the city of Spokane is gearing up for a big, monthslong anniversary party like no other when the 50th anniversary of Expo ’74 rolls around this May. From communitywide events still being planned to a marquee exhibit at the MAC (that runs May 4 through Jan. 26, 2025), the multifaceted celebration will offer many chances for locals to learn about and reflect on how the landmark event five decades ago changed the Inland Northwest for the better. One of the first such events to kick off is a film-based gallery showcase at the MAC, featuring…
A group display of works that capture the essence of beloved pets and explores the universal significance of our pets in our daily lives. March 1-30, daily from 11 am-7 pm. First Friday: March 1 from 5-8 pm.
Artist Dick Schindler showcases 20 years of art including paintings, sculptures and mixed-media drawings. March 1-30; Fri from 4-7 pm, Sat from 1-5 pm, otherwise by appointment. Artist will give a talk and draw lecture at 2 pm each Saturday.
Using basic tools, gloves and safety goggles, take apart electronics, small appliances and other donated devices that no longer serve their purpose but may still reveal secrets. Grades K-8 and younger must bring an adult.
Through these twice monthly recorded Zoom virtual exercise classes accompanied by live music, participants learn to experience the benefits of yoga to enhancing mental and physical health. Led by Polestar-Certified Pilates instructor Larkin Barnett, this well-rounded fitness regimen establishes a supple yoga body and improves balance and flexibility. Please have an exercise mat available for use during your workout. You will have four days to watch each session at your leisure and as many times as you would like. First and third Saturdays of the month from 9-10 am.
Stop by and explore the world of role playing games. Build a shared narrative using cooperative problem solving, exploration, imagination and rich social interaction. Ages 5-105. First and third Saturdays of the month from 1-3:45 pm.
Visit the host sites where O'Sherman the leprechaun is hiding at. Find him inside the business, write down the word he's holding and figure out the secret phrase to be entered to win prizes.
This show features images from the studio archive of Washington-based Japanese photographer Frank Sakae Matsura (b. 1873) which explore Indigenous representation through an artistic lens. April 29-June 9, 2024, Tue-Sun from 10 am-5 pm.
This exhibition features a diverse array of works by 13 artists, each offering a glimpse into the depths of their dreams and imaginations. March 1-30; Mon-Fri from 10 am-5 pm, Sat from 10 am-4 pm.
This exhibition combines various art mediums such as sculpture, painting and video with the artist's American Indian cultural background by adorning objects with beadwork, jingles, fringe and sinew. Aug. 22, 2023-March 9, 2024, Tue-Sat from 10 am-4 pm.
This exhibition commemorates the 100-year anniversary of the Indian Citizenship Act and centers on photographs of early local tribal leadership as they and their people navigated the sometimes-conflicting nature of being both U.S. citizens and citizens of their own sovereign nations. Feb. 17, 2024-Feb. 2, 2025; Tue-Sun from 10 am-5 pm.
Collier's "Scenes to an End" is his first solo exhibition and features a series of digitally spray painted bird of paradise flowers. Dustin Regul's "yielding exposure" conveys the temporal dance between destruction and the ethereal through abstract paintings.
Through snapshots and sketches from her Northwest experiences, Swenson invites viewers to explore the beauty of alpine ranges, lush forests and serene waterscapes. Mindfully repurposing materials, she creates images that echo the awe-inspiring moments she's encountered. March 1-23, Thu-Sat from 4-7 pm. First Friday: March 1 from 5-8 pm.