Figure Drawing at Terrain
Apr
30
3:00 pm15:00

Figure Drawing at Terrain

  • Washington Cracker Building

Join a friendly group of artists for a session of figure drawing at the Terrain Art Gallery! All skill levels welcome. The session starts with short 2-5 minute warm up poses, then move into longer 15, 30, 45 min poses.  

Participation Cost $15 cash only. This covers the cost of the models and the space. (18+ models are nude). Please bring your own art supplies and easel.  Tipping the model is not required but is welcome. The gallery is located at the Washington Cracker Building on the main floor under the Terrain sign.

Figure Drawing at Terrain
May
7
3:00 pm15:00

Figure Drawing at Terrain

  • 304 West Pacific Avenue Spokane, WA, 99201 United States

Join a friendly group of artists for a session of figure drawing at the Terrain Art Gallery! All skill levels welcome. The session starts with short 2-5 minute warm up poses, then move into longer 15, 30, 45 min poses.  

Participation Cost $15 cash only. This covers the cost of the models and the space. (18+ models are nude). Please bring your own art supplies and easel.  Tipping the model is not required but is welcome. The gallery is located at the Washington Cracker Building on the main floor under the Terrain sign.

Pivot-Secrets
May
11
11:30 am11:30

Pivot-Secrets

  • Terrain

Join us for the second Pivot of the year!  We are excited to have this event back in our space with the theme secrets. 

Storytellers include:

Kate Reed | Mark Robbins | Lynda Rypien | Christopher Horsethief | Liz Rognes | Eugene Jablonsky | Isaac Grambo 

Rainer Beer/The Great PNW, Clothing Release Party and Benefit for Terrain
May
12
7:00 pm19:00

Rainer Beer/The Great PNW, Clothing Release Party and Benefit for Terrain

  • Washington Cracker Building

We are proud to team up with Rainier Beer on a special collection of apparel, come party with us at the Washington Cracker Bldg 7pm-Midnight as we celebrate the launch of the new line.
All beer sales will benefit Spokane arts non-profit Terrain
• Rainier Beer Specials, age 21+
• Clothing Merch Store
• Live Music by Summer in Siberia and Deer
• DJs
• Food Trucks
• Photobooth
• Silent Art Auction
Also Free Live Music by the Smokes and Super Sparkle plus Rainier Beer Specials at The Bartlett 9:30pm-Midnight
Sponsored by: The Inlander
Party by: Unifest CO.

Figure Drawing at Terrain
May
14
3:00 pm15:00

Figure Drawing at Terrain

  • Terrain Gallery

Join a friendly group of artists for a session of figure drawing at the Terrain Art Gallery! All skill levels welcome. The session starts with short 2-5 minute warm up poses, then move into longer 15, 30, 45 min poses.  

Participation Cost $15 cash only. This covers the cost of the models and the space. (18+ models are nude). Please bring your own art supplies and easel.  Tipping the model is not required but is welcome. The gallery is located at the Washington Cracker Building on the main floor under the Terrain sign.

VOLUME Music Fesitval
Jun
2
Jun 4

VOLUME Music Fesitval

This year a portion of the proceeds from Volume will benefit Terrain! This is a great opportunity to see amazing bands and support us!  Get your tickets HERE!!!

Join us June 2nd and 3rd for Volume Inlander Music Festival – a once-a-year music extravaganza that showcases bands from all over the Northwest. Volume offers 100 bands, nine venues, and one outdoor stage – all located in Downtown Spokane. One wristband gets you into every show, and onto the Spokane Party Bus for a quick ride to your next music destination. 

A special thanks to our sponsors – Global Credit Union, Orlison Brewing Co., the SteamPlant, Downtown Spokane Partnership, Greater Spokane Incorporated, and Hotel RL – they make Volume possible! 

Godot on Ice-ZagLab/Terrain
Jun
8
Jun 11

Godot on Ice-ZagLab/Terrain

Godot on Ice-ZagLab/Terrain - June-September 2017

ZagLab, an experimental initiative from Gonzaga’s departments of Art and Theatre & Dance, is envisioned to pursue original interdisciplinary artistic collaborations, encourage artistic risk taking, and foster adventurous creative inquiry among and between students and faculty. Godot on Ice is an original, site-responsive production of Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot within an immersive ceramic installation. The installation will depict a melting glacial field and will be located outdoors at Terrain’s Washington Cracker Factory art-space on West Pacific Ave. in Spokane, WA. The audience will join the actors inside the sculptural environment for the production. The installation will be designed to degrade in response to the weather and our local (Spokane & GU) output of waste. The installation will be open to the public from June 8 through September 10. Beckett’s play humorously depicts the futility of action and inaction. Our two weekends of performances in June and September, marking the beginning and end of the installation period, will respond to the unpredictable nature of the installation and raise questions about our collective response to climate change. Featuring director Charles M Pepiton and artists Mat RudeJ.J. McCrackenCourtney Smith, and Abbey Plankey with GU student actors and artists.

Bazaar 2017
Jun
17
11:00 am11:00

Bazaar 2017

  • Downtown Spokane

BAZAAR IS A MARKETPLACE FOR ARTISTS IN SPOKANE

ART, CRAFT, MUSIC, SCULPTURE, FOOD, AND COMMUNITY

Bazaar is a marketplace for emerging artists, artisans, and craftspeople to sell work and build relationships with people who care about where the art and goods they buy come from. Starting in 2014, Terrain created Bazaar as a friendly open-air street market where artists can sell their work directly to customers.  Featuring work from more the 70 local makers!

Bazaar will be held downtown Spokane on Wall and Howard between Riverside and Main as well as the Parkade Plaza!  MARK YOUR CALENDARS YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS THIS!!

TERRAIN 10
Oct
6
Oct 8

TERRAIN 10

Per usual you should already have this on your calendar! We are going to go big this year...so don't miss it.  More details to come.


Range-Shana Moulton
Apr
26
Apr 27

Range-Shana Moulton

  • Spokane Falls Community College

Artists Talk by Shana Moulton at Spokane Falls Community College, Building 24, Room 110.

Learn more about Shana Moulton from this great Spokesman Article !

 

Pie & Whiskey
Apr
20
9:00 pm21:00

Pie & Whiskey

  • 304 West Pacific Avenue Spokane, WA, 99201 United States

Doors at 9, reading begins at 9:30. $5 at the door gets you one slice of pie and one shot of Dry Fly Whiskey,  21+

"Is it good? Sir, it is pie. It will bring to camp any idiot that sits in darkness anywhere.” --North American Review, 1901

"The whiskey on your breath/could make a small boy dizzy." --Theodore Roethke (“My Papa’s Waltz”)

Hosted by Sam Ligon, author, editor of Willow Springs, and Professor of Creative Writing at Eastern Washington University, and Kate Lebo, author of Pie School: Lessons in Fruit, Flour, and Butter, the event features 12 authors reading flash fiction, flash nonfiction, and poetry inspired by a deep affinity and abiding appreciation for both pie and whiskey.

Pies served at the event are baked by Kate Lebo, in partnership with Batch Bakeshop. A limited number of chapbooks containing work from the readers will be on sale for $10. The chapbooks are designed by Lost Horse Press, printed by Gray Dog Press, and hand-stitched by EWU students. While sales of the chapbook help support the event, donations are also gladly accepted. We would like to thank Don Poffenroth and Dry Fly Distilling for generously donating the whiskey.

The Pie & Whiskey readers include:

Elissa Ball

Jeffrey Dodd

Melissa Huggins

Robert Lashley

Kate Lebo

Sam Ligon

Kat Smith

Neal Thompson

David Ratcliff

Katrina Roberts

Jess Walter

Katharine Whitcomb

Range
Feb
24
6:00 pm18:00

Range

  • Terrain

Artist Reception for Heather Hart

Range co-sponsors will host an artist reception for visiting artist Heather Hart, who will be sharing her work and participating in community events during the week of February 21 - 24 in Spokane, WA.

Range
Feb
23
6:00 pm18:00

Range

  • Terrain

Black Lunch Table, Heather Hart

The Black Lunch Table (BLT) is an ongoing collaboration between artists Jina Valentine and Heather Hart. The project was first staged in 2005 at the preeminent artist residency Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. The BLT has since taken the form of oral archiving sessions, salons, peer teaching workshops, meetups and Wikipedia edit-a-thons. BLT has been hosted by Theaster Gates’ Dorchester Projects in Chicago, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, the Creative Time in Brooklyn, UNC Chapel Hill, Elsewhere Museum in Greensboro, the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans, and the McColl Center for Art + Innovation in Charlotte, The Tarble Art Center at Eastern Illinois University and Weeksville Heritage Center in Brooklyn among others. BLT was awarded a 2016 Creative Capital Grant, a Digital Innovation Lab Fellowship from Institute for Arts and Humanities at UNC Chapel Hill, and an Artist Community Engagement Grant from the Rema Hort Foundation. BLT has been featured in Hyperallergic, Yes!Weekly, ArtFCity, Burnaway, Artsy, and the Skowhegan Journal.

Range
Feb
23
12:00 pm12:00

Range

  • Eastern Washington Univeristy, Art Auditorium

Artist Talk with Heather Hart

Join visiting artist Heather Hart for a talk about her life and work. Heather Hart is interested in creating site-specific liminal spaces for personal reclamation. Her work questions dominant cultural narratives and offers alternatives to them. New stories are created through Hart’s thoughtful proposed interactions, these experiences are a starting place for rebuilding history – a renewed platform to reshape or strengthen cultural identity. Her work makes use of large immersive sculptures that invite a very physical level of interactivity or can provide a more intimate experience with secluded spaces and participatory drawings. For her, this interactivity is key to the message of transition and change that is embedded within her art.

“Each participant who engages with my work brings their frame of reference and their ideas to mingle with the environment I offer as a catalyst. I believe people listen better when they are included in the process of discovery. Through play, humor, interaction, and medium, I want to propose a conversation that may continue after the art viewing is finished.” – Heather Hart
Range
Feb
22
11:30 am11:30

Range

  • Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 24, Room 10

Artist Talk with Heather Hart

Join visiting artist Heather Hart for a talk about her life and work. Heather Hart is interested in creating site-specific liminal spaces for personal reclamation. Her work questions dominant cultural narratives and offers alternatives to them. New stories are created through Hart’s thoughtful proposed interactions, these experiences are a starting place for rebuilding history – a renewed platform to reshape or strengthen cultural identity. Her work makes use of large immersive sculptures that invite a very physical level of interactivity or can provide a more intimate experience with secluded spaces and participatory drawings. For her, this interactivity is key to the message of transition and change that is embedded within her art.

“Each participant who engages with my work brings their frame of reference and their ideas to mingle with the environment I offer as a catalyst. I believe people listen better when they are included in the process of discovery. Through play, humor, interaction, and medium, I want to propose a conversation that may continue after the art viewing is finished.” – Heather Hart
Range
Feb
21
6:00 pm18:00

Range

  • Terrain

Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon with Heather Hart

Led by artist Heather Hart this Wikipedia edit-a-thon will create, update, and improve Wikipedia articles that feature the lives and works of under-documented black artists.

Drinks, snacks, and skills will be provided. BRING YOUR LAPTOP and feel free to bring a friend!

All are invited, with no specialized knowledge of the subject or Wikipedia editing experience required. A brief overview of the basics of Wikipedia editing will be given at the start of the edit-a-thon. We will have a library resources and a list of suggested artists, cultural creators, and institutions on hand.

This session is open to all.

Range
Feb
21
10:00 am10:00

Range

  • Eastern Washington University, JFK Library

Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon with Heather Hart

Led by artist Heather Hart this Wikipedia edit-a-thon will create, update, and improve Wikipedia articles that feature the lives and works of under-documented black artists.

Drinks, snacks, and skills will be provided. BRING YOUR LAPTOP and feel free to bring a friend!

All are invited, with no specialized knowledge of the subject or Wikipedia editing experience required. A brief overview of the basics of Wikipedia editing will be given at the start of the edit-a-thon. We will have a library resources and a list of suggested artists, cultural creators, and institutions on hand.

This session is open to all.

Rally (Inauguration Day)
Jan
20
6:00 pm18:00

Rally (Inauguration Day)

  • Washington Cracker Building

Rally for Inauguration Day! This is your last chance to view and create small pieces of art that tell us what you think about the election and the incoming administration. Join us for one last foray into the depths of our emotions, our fears, excitement, anger, and doubts. We will accept new art pieces until the gallery closes: 6-8pm.

Rally (First Friday)
Jan
6
6:00 pm18:00

Rally (First Friday)

  • Washington Cracker Building

Rally with us on First Friday! Contribute a pre-made piece, make a piece on site, or simply check out the work already contributed. We'd like to hear how you're feeling about the election, on a canvas sized 1' x 1' or less.

Rally (Electoral College Vote)
Dec
19
6:00 pm18:00

Rally (Electoral College Vote)

  • Washington Cracker Building

Rally for the electoral college vote! Contribute a pre-made piece, make a piece on site, or simply check out the work already contributed. We'd like to hear how you're feeling about the election, on a canvas sized 1' x 1' or less.

Range
Nov
10
4:00 pm16:00

Range

James Bailey

Pressing Matters: The state of printmaking as a fine art

Join one of the Range visiting artist series in November to hear James Bailey speak about his art and work.