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Event: May Virtual First Friday

Date: May 1, 2020

Join Spokane Arts for our second Virtual First Friday! Even as we Stay Home, Stay Healthy, our community has a wealth of artwork to share. We are hosting an online open gallery with recent work from local artists, hosting a virtual panel discussion, and sharing online events happening throughout the city by local artists and creatives.


Laboratory Live Artist Talks | 2 p.m.

Terrain ShapeShifters Reception | 3 p.m.

Creative Urgencies | Live Virtual Panel Discussion | 5 p.m.

Richmond Art Collective Panel Discussion | 7 p.m.

Virtual 3 Minute Mic at Auntie’s Bookstore | 7 p.m.

Gonzaga Undergraduate Virtual Exhibition | All Day

Spokane Arts First Friday Virtual Gallery | All Day


Creative Urgencies | Live Virtual Panel Discussion | 5 p.m.

Join Spokane Arts and artists Azzah Sultan, Jessy Earle, and Mary Welcome – with moderator June T Sanders – for a group discussion titled “Creative Urgencies: Art, Networks, and Collective Care’. The participating artists will present short artist talks, followed by a Q&A discussing ideas around community based & new media driven art practices.

This virtual discussion is part of Spokane’s May Virtual First Friday and will take place on Zoom. Details below:

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 846 5226 5257
Password: 586442

The talk will also be recorded and available afterwords for those who cant tune in live.

Ticket Cost: free