A two-day festival will bring the community together, inspire, uplift/ showcase the BIPOC peoples of Spokane in music and the arts and a film score residency exploring Colville stories will be hosted by Panoramic Dreams.
Spokane Aerial Performance Arts will purchase 10 sets of stilts and begin a permanent stilt walking program for young performers.
With SAGA support, the Manito Park Art Festival will ensure that emerging artists are given the opportunity to share their work with Spokane without significant financial barriers.
With SAGA support, local artist Tami Hennessey will execute an intricate multimedia art exhibit exploring her experience with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND).
Art Salvage is working towards taking steps to grow the organization in order to meet community demand for more creative reuse services, with the goal of expanding to a larger brick and mortar store location.
Chase Ogden returns to his roots on the Spokane River to make a film highlighting the need to protect the water for future generations.
Thank you for attending the 2022 Spokane Arts Awards! Congratulations to all the nominees, winners, and performers.
After dealing with the setbacks of Covid-19, the Chinese Association Board has made a decision to “go big” for the Lunar New Year in 2023.
Bright Comet Theatre will stage their first production, Lord of the Flies. Featuring an entirely femme presenting cast, and involving a multitude of diverse and queer artists.
SAGA funding will provide pay for the four poets’ performances and expose a new
audience to our local poets’ work.
SAGA is providing project funding for intensive, month long professional script development workshops for Spokane playwrights.