Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

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  • The Eastern Washington State Historical Society, a private non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, maintains and preserves, for the use and benefit of the people of the state, those articles which illustrate the history of the state and its cultural expressions. The Society fulfills its mission by collecting, preserving, and interpreting relevant material and by involving and stimulating people through integrated exhibits and programs. The Society actively involves the community to plan exhibits and activities that accurately reflect the region’s diverse cultural heritage. The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture has an ongoing and revolving American Indian, regional history and visual arts exhibits.
    • Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture
    • Date: Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
    • Address: 2316 W 1st Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
    • Phone: 509-456-3931
    • Admission: $10/adults, $7.50/ages 60+, $5/ages 6-18, half price on Tuesday
    • Tue-Sun: 10 am-5 pm, Wed: 10 am-8 pm

    The MAC, as the locals call it, features rotating exhibits as well as an extensive collection of artifacts that reflect our local history. Admission to the museum includes admittance to the historic Campbell House.

    • Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture
    • Date: February 8, 2017
    • Address: 2316 W 1st Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
    • Phone: 509-456-3931
    • Admission: $10
    • 6:30-8 pm

    Spokane author and scholar Richard Sola shares how a local Spokane businessman, Eric A. Johnston, who also served at one time as president of the Motion Picture Association of America(MPAA); Detective Dashiell Hammett, once a Pinkerton detective and author of hard boiled detective novels...

    • Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture
    • Date: February 26, 2017
    • Address: 2316 W 1st Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
    • Phone: 509-456-3931
    • Admission: $10
    • 2-3:30 pm

    This talk, led by art historian and university professor Dr. Meredith Shimizu, is the fourth of five Sunday afternoon lectures centered on selected well-known works of art from the Baroque Period (circa 1590-1725). The Baroque is often thought of as a period of artistic style that used exaggerated...