Browse calls, grants, residencies, jobs, and other opportunities for creatives of all types. All opportunities listed are eligible to Washington State artists. Questions about a specific opportunity? Use the contact information listed on the posting.

Are you looking to hire someone creative for a gig or special project? You might be seeking a musician to play an event, a photographer to take portraits, or a muralist for your local business. Spokane Arts can help connect you with professional artists right here in our community. Submit your opportunity here. Questions? Contact artshelper@spokanearts.org.

Call for Artists – Riverfront Park interactive art

The City of Spokane Parks Department and Spokane Arts are commissioning a second piece of interactive art as part of the renovation of Spokaneā€™s Riverfront Park. The addition of engaging, interactive elements inĀ  our urban park creates destinations for local residents and visitors/tourists alike, community gathering space for people of all ages and backgrounds, and creates cultural touchstones that, over time, become part of the fabric of Spokane and a source of civic pride. Public art like Ken Spiering’s “Childhood Express,” often referred to as the Big Red Wagon, and Sister Paula Turnbull’s Garbage Goat, are widely beloved and continually delight residents and visitors to Riverfront Park. This new piece of artwork will build on and expand that tradition.