Benjamin muñoz & lars roeder

Saturday 04/02
from 10 to 12:00pm

CHIne colle



Pavel acevedo &
kill joy

Saturday 04/09
from 10 to 12:00pm

linocut stickers



mary farrell

Saturday 04/16
from 10am to 12:00pm

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dry point


Marcos sanchez &
omar gonzalez

Saturday 04/23
from 10 to 12:00pm

screen printing

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mel hewitt

Saturday 04/16
from 1 to 3:00pm

lego printing

hosted at

Spokane print and publishing


Located at 

1921 W Ash

Sign up now to ensure your spot!
Class sizes limited
to 10-12 people
(they fill up fast)


Shows and exhibitions

New works by Mary Farrell & the Siete Printers

hosted by

Saranac Art Projects

New Print works by Mary Farrell and Siete Printers collective. Featuring: Lars Roeder, Benjamin Muñoz, Kill Joy, Marcos Sanchez, Omar Gonzalez,  Pavel Acevedo and Reinaldo Gil Zambrano

Opening reception 5-8pm

gallery open hours: Friday 4-8pm / Saturday 4-8pm

Metaphor: Professional invitational

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. 


Metaphor: Professional invitational

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

Metaphor: Professional invitational

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:

Metaphor: Professional invitational

hosted by


A selection of printmaking work from guest regional and national printmaking artists. Featuring: Kevin Haas, Scott Kolbow, Carl Richardson, Margot Casstevens, Joseph Velazquez  and more. 

Opening reception: April 1st Friday 5-8pm

Appointment contact:  

The Terrain gallery is open Thursdays

Revisited: A Grand Tour: images of Italy from the permanent collection.

hosted by

Jundt Art Museum

January 15 through May 7, 2022

Closed in March 2020, this re-installed exhibition functions as a visual travelogue of the Italian peninsula using works of art from the collection of the Jundt Art Museum at Gonzaga University. A Grand Tour begins with sixteenth-, seventeenth-, and eighteenth-century European prints, byproducts of artists’ visits mostly to the urban centers of Rome and Florence, and concludes with twenty-first-century images. Significant portions of the objects in this exhibition result from the Bolker Collection and from the Fredrick and Genevieve Schlatter Endowed Print Fund. A Grand Tour utilizes the Jundt Art Museum’s collection to present artistic imagery of the canals of Venice, the Renaissance architecture of Florence, and the classical remains of Rome, but also sites in Milan, Pisa, Assisi, Naples, and Palermo as well as other cities and towns. We hope that this selection of more than 76 images of Italy will give pleasure as one introduction to a wide-ranging and astonishing topic.

Printmaking Regional Student Invitational

hosted by

The Gonzaga University Urban

Art Center (GUUAC)

A selection of print works by the student body from our regional universities:

Gonzaga, Boise State University, Eastern Washington University, University of Idaho, Spokane Falls Community College and Whitworth University.

Opening reception: Friday 04/01  5-8pm

Closing reception: Friday 04/08    5-8pm

Gallery open hours: Fridays - Saturdays

Christie Tirado: Essential

hosted by

SFCC Fine Arts Gallery

Exhibition Start Date & End Date:  Monday, April 4 - Wednesday, May 4, 2022


Gallery Talk: Thursday, April 7, 2022 Time: 10:30-11:30 am 


Location: Fine Arts Build. 6, SFCC Fine Art Gallery          

Reception to immediately follow in the gallery.

Artist Lead Workshop: Demonstration of relief printmaking process.


Sign up to participate by contacting


Date of Workshop: May 4, 2022 Time: 1:00-3:00 pm Location: Fine Arts Building 6, Room 110. 

artist lectures and events

Print Fest @ the Hive

Enjoy live demonstrations and get yourself some original prints from display tables by:

-Chris Bovey

-John Deviny

-Washington State University


-Emerge Gallery

-Spokane Print & Publishing Center

-Eastern Washington University

-Ben Muñoz

-Lars Roeder

-University of Idaho and more...

music by : Rosethrow.

 April 2nd 4-8pm. The Hive.

2904 E Sprague Ave, Spokane, WA 99202





Fill up your Event passport visiting many of the events and get a chance to win a  prize.

April 23th, 2022 - 1pm at SPPC

Store take over
by Siete printers

Hosted by Spokane Print & Publishing Center

The siete printers will be featuring their work for sale every saturday at sp&pc .

Saturday April 02, 09 & 23rd.

1921 N ash, Spokane, WA

work by Kill Joy 


Spokane Print and
publishing center
store take over!!!
Buy original works by
Siete printers!
at our store. 1921 north ash, spokane, WA 

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