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Art Inspired by Nature’s Design

Art Inspired by Nature’s Design

January 26

Jenene Nagy arrived at EWU Thursday, Jan. 19 to begin working on Scabland, the new art exhibit in the Art Gallery in the art building. “Scabland is...

EWU Student Gallery brings Jake Prendez’s “Churro Know My Life” exhibit to campus

EWU Student Gallery brings Jake Prendez’s “Churro Know My Life” exhibit to campus

January 12

Art for humanity has always been one of the most powerful tools used to enact social and political commentary. Its forms of oil and acrylic paintings, p...

Jeff Hutson’s “Deconstructed Self” art exhibit comes to EWU

Jeff Hutson’s “Deconstructed Self” art exhibit comes to EWU

October 20

“You can only deconstruct what you know, and what I know is myself. I can’t deconstruct you. I can’t deconstruct students in my classrooms. All I can do is get to know who I am." - Jeff Hutson, artist

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Eastern alum bring art show to EWU gallery

Eastern alum bring art show to EWU gallery

January 8

Starting Jan. 13, the Eastern Washington University Gallery of Art will host a collaborative exhibition by artists and architects Bradly Gunn and Aaron...

Small Towns Exhibit debuts in Cheney

Small Towns Exhibit debuts in Cheney

May 14

After months of mystery and an academic quarter of construction, the Small Towns art exhibit in Brewster Hall’s community area has seen its debut. For ...

College to Photography

College to Photography

April 26

Spokane is conventionally painted in a rather besmirched light; to numerous outsiders it is a nest of delinquency, methamphetamines, and pothole ridden...

Your technophobic pretension is boring

Your technophobic pretension is boring

April 26

Oftentimes it seems as if the baby boomer generation has nothing better to do with their time than criticise younger generations. From the May 20, 2013...

Get Lit! Festival celebrates literature, art

Get Lit! Festival celebrates literature, art

April 23

For the 17th year in a row, downtown Spokane and surrounding areas will be inviting residents to get lit on April 20. The Get Lit! Festival is a series...

Art festival promotes creative literacy

Art festival promotes creative literacy

April 20

Monday, April 20 6:30 p.m. • Beacon Hill Reading @ Hagan Foundation Center for the Humanities, SCC 8 p.m. • Spokane Poetry Slam Finals, hosted by ...

New art project taking over first floor of Brewster Hall

New art project taking over first floor of Brewster Hall

April 17

Brewster Hall’s communal space on the first floor has been hidden behind a large plastic tarp as construction crews convert the area into an art gallery...

‘Untitled’ gallery poetic in nature

October 21

After retiring as chair of the department for Theatre and Film from Eastern Washington University in 2013, Marvin Smith returned to campus to showcase...

Terrain: Spokane’s creative kaleidoscope

Terrain: Spokane’s creative kaleidoscope

October 9

The outside of the warehouse looks abandoned, but there is plenty of action inside. People are coming and going, tools are strewn about, art installations...

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