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The Northwest MAC is the most prominent museum in the Spokane area, and also includes the historic Campbell House.


Upcoming Events

    Modern Masters: Group f/64

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    Nearly 50 works from five of Group f/64's members, now known as some of the most influential artists of the twentieth century: Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Willard Van Dyke, Brett Weston and Edward Weston. Photographs are from the Bank of America Collection. Oct. 6-Feb. 3, 2019. Open Tu-Sun 10 am-5 pm; until 8 pm third Thu. 456-3931

    As Grandmother Taught: Women, Tradition and Plateau Art

    The exhibition celebrates the work of three Plateau women — Leanne Campbell, HollyAnna CougarTracks DeCoteau Littlebull and Bernadine Phillips — alongside historic material from the museum’s permanent collection, associating the makers and their work with traditional forms and linking the past to the present. Through December, open Tue-Sun 10 am-5 pm; third Thursday of the month to 8 pm. 509-456-3931

    The Inland Northwest and the Great War: A Centennial Commemoration of World War I

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    November 11, 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, which ended World War I. While the war was a global conflict, it impacted communities across the United States, including Spokane. Thousands of residents played an important part in the war effort at home and abroad, and it affected daily life for everyone in the Inland Northwest. The exhibit features artifacts and photographs from the MAC’s collection as well as special programs to mark the centennial of The Armistice. Oct. 6-Jan. 27, 2019; Tue-Sun 10 am-5 pm; third Thu until 8 pm. 456-3931

    Ryan! Feddersen: Phantom Lands

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    Through interactivity, scale, and intimacy, Feddersen forms connections between U/S. history, her Okanogan heritage, and current events to ignite conversations on place, use of space, and our relationship to the environment. This exhibition features recent works in a variety of scales and mediums that focus on resistance and resilience in the face of development, displacement, and destruction. Sept. 15-Jan. 20, 2019; open Tue-Sun 10 am-5 pm; until 8 pm third Thu. 456-3931

    Contested Boundaries: A New PW History

    Thu., Nov. 15, 6:30 p.m.

    Northwest author and educator David Jepsen, who teaches Pacific Northwest and U.S. history at Tacoma Community College, shares compelling, dramatic and humorous stories from his new book “Contested Boundaries: A New Pacific Northwest History,” which is about people of all colors and classes who contested the political, economic, and social barriers on their path to equality and full participation in our region’s society. Program includes a book-selling and signing opportunity with the author. 509-456-3931

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