Events

An arts community is only as vibrant as its audience and participants. Support the arts in Spokane by attending the many wonderful events our creatives and cultural sponsors host in our great city each year. Follow all the events and find out important details about times and tickets here. For artists, organizations, and locations who hosts events and provide opportunities, please submit your information using our convenient form
Event: Opens October 1
Buy 2022 Season Tickets for Stage Left!

Purchase season tickets today for Stage Left Theater’s 2022 season! With a great line-up of shows planned for the 2022 season starting in January, season tickets are a great way to support Stage Left and enjoy a year full of fantastic local theater!  Enjoy reserved seating at every main season show with a season ticket purchase. Upgrade to Club Left for festivals, special events, and complimentary concessions as well!

Event: Opens October 2
RECENT ACQUISITIONS: SELECTIONS FROM THE SAFECO ART COLLECTION

RECENT ACQUISITIONS: SELECTIONS FROM THE SAFECO ART COLLECTION Seattle-based Safeco Insurance began collecting art in the 1970s and sought to build a collection that reflected “the creativity and diversity of the communities it served.” Recognized nationally as a model for corporate collecting, the Safeco Art Collection evolved to capture a uniquely Pacific Northwest aesthetic. The MAC is proud to be entrusted with a portion of the Safeco Art Collection and to preserve its legacy. Visit the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture Tuesday – Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Event: Opens October 3
Louis Comfort Tiffany at the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY: TREASURES FROM THE DRIEHAUS COLLECTIONOCT 3, 2021-FEB 13, 2022 A celebration of the artistry and craftsmanship of the Tiffany artworks from Chicago’s distinguished Richard H. Driehaus Collection, highlighting masterworks never before presented in a comprehensive exhibition. Exhibition organized by the Richard H. Driehaus Museum and toured by International Art & Artists, Washington, D.C. Visit the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture Tuesday – Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Event: Opens November 5
New Faculty Show at GUUAC!

The New Faculty Show will feature artwork of new professors and staff joining the Art Departments from Whitworth University, Gonzaga University, and Spokane Falls Community College. The exhibition will display a variety of media from sculpture, installation, painting, and works on paper. Featuring the work of Christopher Wagner, Posie Kalin, Lena Lopez Schindler, Ashley Vaughn, Cozette Phillips, Benjamin Necochea, and Reinaldo Gil Zambrano. We welcome these new faculty members into their new roles in Spokane!

Event: Opens November 16
On The Edge: Living The Anthropocene (Lecture and Reception)

Eastern Washington University Gallery of Art is pleased to present the exhibition On The Edge: Living The Anthropocene, November 16th, 2021 through January 13th, 2022. The artists will give a lecture on November 16th at noon in the EWU Gallery of Art with a reception to follow. The artwork of Northwest artists Ann Chadwick Reid and Natalie Niblack recognizes the impact of climate change on marine and forest environments of the Pacific Northwest. Using traditional media of cut paper, painting, prints and drawings, both artists create work that celebrates the social and environmental complexity of this Northwest landscape while questioning it’s survivability as climate change inevitably and perhaps irrevocably alters the world around us.