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What's the most memorable arts experience you've ever had?

click to enlarge Every week, we ask our followers on social media to share their thoughts.
Every week, we ask our followers on social media to share their thoughts.

Dana Kassel Wilson: Seeing Michelangelo's "Pietà" for the first time in St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. Without even realizing it was happening, tears started streaming down my face. I never thought I could be so moved simply by looking at something.

Greg Thomson: Marshall McLean Band at St. John's Cathedral. Truly amazing experience.

Jasmine Nichole: The Round put on by The Bartlett, it was the one where a guy painted Elvis. So cool!!

Ryan Dean Tucker: Doing "Die Hard: the One Man Show" at the Bartlett was life-altering for me.

Matthew Weaver: Saw David Ives' "All in the Timing" at the Spokane Civic Theatre as a high-schooler, and it was a formative experience. I said, "I want to do THAT!" and am now a playwright produced in 26 states.

Felicia Diamond: The art museum in the Bellagio with a Chagal. It made me tear up.

Gary Anthony Teale: Seeing Picasso's "Guernica" at MOMA in New York.

Kicken Westerlund: Chihuly in Seattle, and seeing "Starry Night" by Van Gogh in Amsterdam; Tracy Chapman concert in a lime quarry in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Christi Malsam: Terrain is always a super event.

Erika Deasy: Contributing art for a fundraising event. It was nice that those of us not in the Spokane elite could just show up and hang our pieces. I saw some of the best local art I'd ever seen that day.

Kevin Egan: Seeing David Bowie at the Gorge was incredibly surreal. I honestly can't believe it, and often people don't believe me when I tell them about it. Also, seeing the "Mona Lisa" being so small was hilarious.

Patrick Dockrey: The first time I saw "Les Mis." ♦

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