Art, history and culture unite in beautiful exhibits throughout the Spokane region. For historical and contemporary displays, visit the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (MAC). A Smithsonian Affiliate, the MAC rotates prized exhibits featuring history, art and American Indian culture. Plus, the five-acre campus includes the historic Campbell House – a turn of the century mansion featuring period furnishings and a fun interactive tour program. But art lovers shouldn't stop there...
The Chase Gallery is a free community art space in Spokane City Hall featuring contemporary and traditional works. In addition, Gonzaga University’s 2,800 square-foot Jundt Art Museum showcases an eclectic mix of traveling exhibits, as well as a notable collection of glass from Northwest artist Dale Chihuly. Lastly, The Spokane Liberty Building displays Spokane's rich local talent and hosts art events in their historic building.
The Kress Gallery on the third level showcases art from local students and upcoming "Rising Stars" in our region. The gallery can also be rented for private events. For more information call 456-3413.
The Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture features five exhibition galleries that highlight regional history, the arts and American Indian culture. Tours are available at historic Campbell House (1898)