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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

    Above the Fold: New Expressions in Origami

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    Nine international artists push the boundaries of paper to create bold, large-scale origami works. What was once considered a children’s craft becomes a sophisticated and often breathtaking artform. June 2-July 15; Tue-Sat from 10 am-5 pm. 456-3931

    Edward S. Curtis: The Grand Idea

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    On the 150th anniversary of his birth, explore the life's work of one of America's most important and controversial photographers, chronicler of the West and the North American Indian peoples. June 16-Sept. 23; Tue-Sun from 10 am-5 pm. 456-3931

    Contemporary Northwest Art: Liz Bishop

    Liz Bishop Gallagher is an accomplished artist and art teacher from Spokane Valley. She received an AA from SFCC and graduated Cum Laude with a Fine Arts Degree from Whitworth University, where she also taught ceramic classes. She is a long-time instructor at the Spokane Art School and has run the ceramics lab there. Over the last five years with the MAC, she has been involved with the kids’ art programs and is currently presenting small clay classes. Through July 1; Tue-Sun 10 am-5 pm. 509-456-3931

    Sayaka Ganz: Reclaimed Creations

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    Creating energy and harmony from discarded plastic objects, eco-artist Sayaka Ganz's graceful and dramatic sculptures of animals in motion convey a spirit of renewal. June 9-Aug. 26; Tue-Sun from 10 am-5 pm. 456-3931

    Thursday Night Live!

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    The museum hosts a monthly, rotating mix of programs including music by local artists, happy hour, gallery talks, Art@Work exhibition openings, films, courses, lectures and more. Third Thursday of the month, from 6-9 pm. 363-5324

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