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Event: Spokane Print Fest 2020

Dates: November 1 - 30th 2020
We are excited for the second annual Spokane Print Fest. In true 2020 style, it will look a little different from last year, but we still have a lot of fun and hands-on printing experiences planned. From in-person and virtual gallery shows, in-person workshops hosted by Spokane Print & Publishing Center, and a virtual panel, this is an opportunity to learn all things print throughout November.
Hosted at Spokane Print & Publishing Center (1921 N. Ash).
Every Saturday of November. *Limited to 4-5 students.
Saturday 11/7 | Panorama Book with Mel Hewitt
Saturday 11/14| Screen Printing Posters with Derek Landers
Saturday 11/21 | Letterpress Printing with Thom Caraway & Bethany Taylor
Saturday 11/28 | Color Relief Printing with Reinaldo Gil Zambrano &
Misprint Bookbinding: Stab and Pamphlet Journals with Dorian Karahalios
Chase Gallery | Wooden Storytellers curated by Reinaldo Gil Zambrano, showing large woodcuts printed by Big Ink director Lyell Castonguay in collaboration with 16 artists from across the United States.
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Terrain Gallery | Huella Dactilar a selection of printmaking work from regional and national printmaking artists curated by Carl Richardson and Reinaldo Gil Zambrano. This exhibition will be opening on First Friday, November 6, with a masked reception. View online: Appointment contact: Jackie Caro,
Saranac Art Projects | Mary Farrell & Reinaldo Gil Zambrano Showing work from printmaking professor Emeritus Mary Farrell and printmaking artist Reinaldo Gil Zambrano doing some explorations beyond printed matter. View in-person by appointment only. Contact: or
The Northwest Museum of Art and Culture (MAC) | POP Power from Warhol to Koons From Campbell’s Soup to Mickey Mouse, and from comic strips to balloon dogs, POP Power from Warhol to Koons celebrates the evolution of Pop art, a perennial movement that revels in the new and the now, the celebrity and the commodity, and art made accessible for all. 
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The Jundt Art Museum | MATRIX PRESS: 20 years of collaboration Professor Jim Bailey from the University of Montana. Featuring fine art prints by Tom Huck, Mary Farrel, John Hitchcock, Miriam Schapiro, and many more.
View by appointment. Contact Karen Kaiser, curator of Education (509) 313-6613
Eastern Washington University Art Gallery | Print Portfolio: Cuentos, Mitos y Leyendas de America Latina This exhibition features 23 prints from artists from the USA and Mexico. View by appointment. Contact Nancy Hathaway:
The Resilience of Print: The importance of printmaking in the contemporary world
Thursday, 11/19 | Hosted by Terrain Gallery, available online streaming on Zoom featuring (watch for details here soon!):
-Sharma Shields: Celebrated Author and publisher Scablands Books
-Dr. Bert Emerson: Whitworth Professor, 19th-Century Print Scholar
-Thom Caraway: Poet, Printer, Professor, and Publisher
-Sandra Williams: Editor and Publisher of the Black Lens News
-Mary Farrel: Printmaking artist and Professor Emeritus
11/28 | 12 – 4 p.m. at 1921 N Ash.