Spokane Aerial Performance Arts will purchase 10 sets of stilts and begin a permanent stilt walking program for young performers.
Looking for classes for your child or a family-friendly activity? We can help! If you’re looking for places where your child can take classes or workshops designed for kids, check out Spark Central, Shine Youth Center, or Spokane Art School. Spokane’s public libraries and parks also offer a wide range of free programming for kids and families.
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.
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.
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.
Surapaneni will install a canvas print of her painting in a handful of
public schools across Liberty Lake and Spokane, working closely with each school to
determine size and placement.
Alexander and Slater will hold youth songwriting workshops, kicked
off by a performance by The Smokes. After a performance, the band provides an
explanation of their songwriting process and a workshop focused on improvisation and
incorporating personal experiences into art.
With SAGA support, Hudson will publish her coloring book, including 30 pages of hand drawn images of locations in Spokane.
CCBA will be able to make book-arts related workshops accessible for Spokane families of limited means by providing season-long scholarships.
Sironka will bring a series of half-day batik art workshops and Maasai lectures to Spokane Schools in 2022.
With SAGA funding, the MAC will be able to subsidize field trips for Title 1 and underserved primary and secondary school students to attend the Dreamworks Animation exhibition.
Munich’s award-winning Arcis Saxophone Quartet on February 17th at 7:30 pm. This concert is for all ages and sets audiences aflame with their enthusiasm and burning passion for this rare form of chamber music.