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Emily trueblood Wheelbarrow Street, 1975 can be viewed at Stay at Home: Interior Views from the Jundt Art Museum Collection

Until December 18
BLACK LIVES MATTER ARTISTS GRANT EXHIBITION
In the past year, three universities have awarded grants to 60 artists from Washington and Oregon “who use their voices, experiences and artistic expression to combat systemic racism,” according to the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of the Washington State University, which hosts 20 of these artists. Additional programming includes an intergenerational discussion with several of the participating artists on September 29. Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Pullman, free, Tuesday to Friday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. sat 10 am-4pm (CARRIE SCZZARO)

Until December 31
STAY AT HOME: INTERIOR VIEWS OF THE JUNDT MUSEUM OF ART COLLECTION
At a time when many of us are tired of looking at our own four walls, the Jundt invites us to see the spaces of others through their eyes. This exhibition brings together more than 20 prints, photos and paintings from the museum’s permanent collection, each one related to the theme of domestic space – although they can be found inside and outside, like the print linocut of Emily Trueblood Wheelbarrow Street (1975). Jundt Art Museum, Gonzaga University, free, Mon-Fri 10 am-3pm (EJ IANNELLI)

Until March 12, 2022
MIRROR, MIRROR: THE FOOTPRINTS OF ALISON SAAR
Los Angeles-based artist Alison Saar is perhaps best known as a sculptor who draws inspiration from ancient European, African and American folk art, but is decidedly contemporary in his approach. Mirror mirror presents five of Saar’s sculptures as well as around fifty of his engravings, which maintain the consistency of theme and technique despite an eclectic use of media. This mix can include anything from thrown chair backs and tin on the ceiling to collages of rags and handkerchiefs. Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU, Pullman, free, Tuesday to Friday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sat 10 am-4pm (AE)

September 25
LITTLE SPOKANE RIVER ARTIST WORKSHOP TOUR
The 14th annual tour is back and better than ever with 48 artists in five studios, all within easy driving distance and representing every medium imaginable: paint, pottery, photography, leather, fiber, stone, glass and more. This year’s limited edition poster was created by artist and tour participant Sheila Evans. It will be available for $ 50, the net proceeds of which will benefit Spokane Public Radio, KPBX. Visit littlespokanestudios.com for the map, free, 10 am-5pm (CASE)

1-30 October
HER WORDS FOR LIFE: A CELEBRATION OF BLACK WOMEN’S VOICES
Writers and visual artists, Tracy Poindexter-Canton and Shantell Jackson have teamed up to create an exhibition of visual interpretations of poetry and prose written by black American writers, including Nikki Giovanni, Alice Walker, Audre Lorde and Zora Neale Hurston. The show, which opens October 1 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., also features an audio playlist of original poems / prose and installations to further encourage viewer engagement, interaction and education. Terrain Gallery, free, Thu-Sat 6-8 p.m. (CASE)

2 Oct. 2 Feb. 13, 2022
LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY: THE TREASURES OF THE DRIEHAUS COLLECTION
Tiffany lamps, synonymous with ornate colors and delicate patterns, take their name from Louis Comfort Tiffany, the artist and designer whose studio the studio first introduced and popularized them in the 1890s. But Tiffany was active in multiple media. in addition to stained glass, including blown glass, ceramics, ironwork, jewelry and painting. His craftsmanship and impeccable eye are on display in this unique exhibition, which presents more than 60 masterpieces from his long career. North West Museum of Arts and Culture, Tue-Sun 10 am-5pm (AE)

20 Oct, 17 Nov, 15 Dec
ARTIST SALON
If you’ve ever wondered how or why artists make art, Art Spirit Gallery welcomes you to its new series of artist fairs, where questions from the audience help lead a lively evening of visual arts exploration. by gallery staff. The monthly series runs every three Wednesdays through March. The Art Spirit Gallery, Coeur d’Alene, free, 7 p.m. (CASE)

November 5-26
DREAM KINGDOMS: KATRINA BRENNAN EXHIBITION
Kolva-Sullivan will host this popular local painter whose work has previously been featured at Wiley’s Downtown Bistro, Soulful Soups and Prohibition Gastropub. Brennan’s first solo exhibition features colorful and surreal acrylic paintings of animals and humans, sometimes inspired by her dreams. In addition to the free opening reception on the first Friday, Brennan will be at the gallery on Fridays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for the duration of the exhibition. Kolva-Sullivan Gallery, free (CASE)

November 5-27
SPOKANE PRINT PARTY
Printing is one of the oldest and most varied art forms that humans have and continue to work with. Discover the work of 23 artists included in Estampa, hosted by Terrain Gallery and curated by engravers Carl Richardson and Reinaldo Gil Zambrano. A simultaneous exhibition of the work of printmaker Mary Farrell is organized by the MAC. Witness the exit of Mel Antona Hewitt, recipient of the SAGA scholarship The first adult alphabet, November 25 from 5 to 7 at Terrain Gallery. Or sign up for any number of Spokane Print & Publishing Center workshops, from bookbinding to letterpress printing. Locations and times vary, visit SpokanePrint.org for course details (CASE)

December 3
THE WINNER WINS THE ENTIRE GALA
End the year with an evening of art that just might result in an entire gallery filled with paintings, sculptures, and more (so everyone on your shopping list could get some great works of art!). Tickets for the Emerge Gala are available online from November 15. They cost $ 35 for an evening of live music, light refreshments, and an opportunity to win the artwork on display (it will also be viewable online) until 6 p.m. on December 5. Galerie Emerge, Coeur d’Alene, $ 35, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. (CAS) ♦