Spokane Art Sites Guide

Art Sites Guide

Are you looking for art galleries and exhibits? The Art Sites Guide is the perfect tool for finding galleries, museums, public art and many other sites in the spokane area.

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Spokane Sculpture Walk

Sculpture Walk

A wonderful walking tour around downtown Spokane that guides you through Spokane's exceptional sculptures and other public art pieces.

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Spokane Performing Arts Guide

Performing Arts Guide

Your guide to all things dance, theater, music, literature, kids, events, promoters and venues.

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Spokane Annual Visitors Guide

Visitors Guide

Click here to request a Visitors Packet with our Official Spokane Visitors Guide by filling out this online form.

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Spokane in Season Magazine

Summer Magazine

For seasonal events, the latest outdoor adventures, shopping, food and drink, be sure to check out our Summer Magazine.

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Spokane Valley Heritage Museum

Mission: To collect, preserve and exhibit the Spokane Valley history and culture for the benefit of the community.

Silver Spurs International Folk Dancers

Vibrant folk dances from all over the world are performed by elementary through high school aged dancers. Instruction includes cultural education, dance and stage skills. Public, private, and

The Bing Theater

758 seat elegantly restored Neo-Classical Theater. Available for theater, concerts, private performances, conferences, and weddings. Gallery space featuring exhibits of regional artists

Festival at Sandpoint

The Festival at Sandpoint brings world-class classical, jazz, blues, folk, world and popular music to North Idaho. Drawing audiences upwards of 20,000 per season from the region to its summer concert

Inland Northwest Drawing School - Valley

The Inland Northwest Drawing School provides a sequential progressive art curriculum that teaches students, ages 4.5 through adult, the fundamentals of representational drawing and painting. At our

Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education

  • The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
  • 2700 F St NW
  • Washington, DC 20566
  • Area: National
  • (202) 416-8817

The Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network (KCAAEN) is a coalition of statewide non-profit Alliances for Arts Education working in partnership with the John F. Kennedy Center for the

Inland Northwest Dance Association

Organization to provide artistic, educational and cultural opportunities to people of all ages, races and abilities through dance activities, collaborations and partnerships. INDA members perform at

Ballet Spokane

Ballet Spokane is the Inland Northwest?s only professional ballet company. The company presents regular season at area theatres of both classical and contemporary works, as well as augumenting the

Spokane Lilac Festival Association

The Spokane Lilac FestivalAssociation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to honor our military, nurture our youth, and promote the Spokane region through ambassador outreach. The

Music City Spokane

Music City Spokane is the Inland Northwest's family owned piano store for over 48 years, specializing in pianos, organs, and keyboards. Lessons and piano tuning offered as well.


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