Painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, screenprinting, photography, architecture, textiles, crafts, and so much more. If you love the visual arts, don’t miss First Fridays, presented by the Downtown Spokane Partnership. Find your new favorite gallery via our interactive art map. 

Event: Opens April 7
Spring Fling at New Moon Art Gallery

Artist Reception Featuring; Janis Saiki, who has such an affinity with the big, bold and beautiful flowers that she paints- it’s only the scent that is missing. And Timothy Connor, who brings to the gallery an outstanding collection of Spring-themed photography that will stop you in your tracks. Connor is also the author of “Beautiful Wounds” – an incredible photographic journey that combines stunning images with a heartfelt and engaging narrative.  His book will also be available.

Spokane Sisters’ Art Group

The Spokane Sisters’ Art Group is a collective of 13 Muslim women formed in January 2022 around a shared interest for the arts, humanities, and social service. The collective represents refugees from Libya, Syria, and Afghanistan and immigrants from Jordan, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Russia. Some of these women have not had the opportunity to explore their artistic side for a myriad of reasons, including a lack of access to an art teacher, lack of childcare, financial limitations to obtaining art supplies, and lack of support. Moreover, some members of the group do not have an adequate opportunity to connect with the Spokane community at large and vice versa due to cultural and linguistic barriers. 

Event: Opens April 8
TRANSMUTATION | All Print Show | Terrain Gallery

Join us for our April Gallery Show, featuring a selection of printmaking work from national graphic and book artists responding to the concept of “Transmutation.” Curated by Carl Richardson and Reinaldo Gil Zambrano, this show is part of Spokane Print Fest which seeks to educate and inspire the local community on the traditional and contemporary practices of printmaking through curated gallery shows, artist demos and print workshops.