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Workshops

WITH

Mel Hewitt

Saturday 11/20
from 10 to 1:00pm

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TUNNEL BOOK

WITH

Mary farrell

Saturday 11/6
from 10 to 1:00pm

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monotypes

WITH

Thom Caraway
 

Saturday 11/13
from 10am to 1:00pm

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 monotype

WITH

Madness CO + Gene Made

Saturday 11/27
from 10 to 1:00pm

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apparel printing

hosted at

Spokane print and publishing

center

Located at 

1921 W Ash

Sign up now to ensure your spot!
Class sizes limited
to 6-8 people
(they fill up fast)
masks required

Shows and exhibitions

ESTAMPA

hosted by

TERRAIN Gallery

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 5th, 5-8pm with a masked reception.

 

Click Here to see the virtual show.

Appointment contact: Jackie Caro, jackie@terrainspokane.com 

The Terrain gallery is open Thursday - Saturday 6-8pm.

From the Collection: Art in the 19th Century

hosted by

Jundt Art Museum

This exhibition presents works of art—all created by European or American artists during the nineteenth century—featuring paintings, sculptures, and prints from the permanent collection of the Jundt Art Museum at Gonzaga University. The display highlights several significant artists, including Honoré-Victorin Daumier, Eugène Delacroix, Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes, Winslow Homer, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, and others, of the era. 

 

Grown Up's First Alphabet: An Adult's Child Book

hosted by

Terrain Gallery

Artist book forcing perspective on adult topics and their actual importance presented in a popular children's book style. The project is comprised of two parts: 15 deluxe editions of a hand carved woodblock printed linen alphabet book set inside a handmade leather clamshell box, and a budget conscious, hereafter called the community edition, digitally printed version of the original. Project supported by Spokane Arts SAGA Grants 2021

Artist lecture by Mel Hewitt and book reveal.

November 18th 5-7pm. Terrain Gallery

Continuous Lines: Selections from the Joe Feddersen Collection

hosted by

Museum of Arts and Culture

Joe Feddersen (Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation) is an artist working in print making, glass, and traditional materials, whose work is in the MAC’s permanent collection and was the subject of a 2005 exhibition Land Mark. Based in Omak, WA, he spent a career teaching at The Evergreen State College in Olympia.

This exhibition features 56 works from Feddersen’s personal collection of contemporary American Indian art, reflecting his friendships and artistic interests over the past few decades and including a wide variety of genres - sculpture, painting, photography, and prints.  

 

For more information please visit:

https://www.northwestmuseum.org/

artist lectures and events

Grown Up's First Alphabet: An Adult's Child Book by Mel Hewitt

Book artist and binder Mel Hewitt will be releasing and talking about her SAGA awarded grant project "Grown Up's First Alphabet: An adult's Child book." It is an artist book forcing perspective on adult topics and their actual importance presented in a popular children's book style. Ms. Hewitt will talk about her process and intent as a book artist and for "Grown Up's First Alphabet." The project is comprised of two parts: a deluxe edition of fifteen hand carved woodblock printed linen books each housed in a handmade leather clamshell box, and a digitally printed community edition.

Artist lecture and book reveal. November 18th 5-7pm. Terrain Gallery

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Print town usa
fall edition
Holiday sale!

Hosted by Spokane Print & Publishing Center

enjoy demonstrations, handmade books, works on papers and dozens of new prints by your favorite local print studio in Spokane.

Come, check out the shop and celebrate with us another year of spreading the gospel of printing with our community.

Saturday November 27th.

1921 N ash, Spokane, WA 

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Spokane Print and

publishing center

Holiday Sale!!!

Shipping and Curbside pick-up available!