Artist Trust's mission is to support and encourage artists working in all disciplines to enrich community life throughout Washington State.
Pick up art supplies on the cheap, at Spokane’s first creative reuse organization.
The Art Spirit Gallery features high-quality, original work by regional artists embracing a diversity of mediums and styles.
Auntie’s is a local, independent bookseller stocking new and used books with an active, ongoing schedule of signings and readings, and other performance.
We are a non-profit Artist Co-op, founded in 2016 to serve the local community in the Chattaroy/Elk area, and we have 16 members who exhibit and sell original artwork in our store. We also offer classes for all ages and sponsor a Saturday market for local non-member crafters and producers.
A community-oriented independent bookstore, which is friendly to emerging writers.
Promoting and establishing the Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Written Arts, Cultural Arts, and Education for the while providing valuable networking opportunities for those involved and seeking to be involved in the arts
This MFA program, established in 1978, is a two-year, full residency, studio-based program offering fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. This program offers a wide range of fully funded positions in teaching, editing, and arts administration! EWU MFA candidates can gain experience in book and magazine publishing, festival promotion, and teaching both composition and creative writing.
The mission of the Get Lit! organization and festival is to advance the arts, celebrate diversity, and empower creativity.
Spokane's weekly newspaper has a comprehensive database of local events and resources related to the arts and culture.
Works with the City of Liberty Lake to review art, recreation and park related proposals and oversees the City’s art decisions
The River Ridge Association of Fine Arts was founded in 1971 by a group of artists whose goals were to find venues to exhibit their work, support and encourage each other, enjoy the fellowship of other artists and be part of the vibrant Spokane Art Scene. The association gladly welcomes new members.
A boutique press based in Spokane, specializing in smart, strange, innovative writing.
Connect with mentors who can help you develop the business side of your creative endeavors, or attend workshops that teach you how to turn the work that you love into a way to make a living.
If your creations are the way you make your living, you're essentially in business for yourself. The Women's Business Center at Spokane Neighborhood Area Partners is a one-stop entrepreneur resource shop to help you develop or expand your business.
A professional organization serving children’s and YA writers and illustrators in eastern Washington & north Idaho.
A 501(C)3 nonprofit that ignites the creativity, innovation, and imagination necessary for people to forge the path to their best future.
Spokane Arts works to amplify Spokane as a cultural hub and catalyst for the Inland Northwest through arts leadership, advocacy, networking and support.
Spokane Art School is a non-profit arts institution that has been actively working to make Spokane a more creative, visually savvy community since 1968.
Free display space is available at all eleven of the libraries in the Spokane County Library District system.
A resource to filmmakers and artists, providing knowledge, skills and encouragement.
The Spokane Folklore Society is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the celebration of Folk Arts, particularly music and dance.
A non-profit, volunteer-run teaching studio that promotes general knowledge of the ceramic arts.
SPPC is an immersive learning space dedicated to print, publishing, and creative play. The center provides access to equipment, resources, and expertise to empower students to execute their own print, book, writing, fabrication, and printing projects.
The Spokane Public Library exhibits regional artwork and features innovative artistic expressions unique to the Inland Northwest.
Spokane Valley Arts Council was formed in 2004 with the goals of improving the appreciation of art in its many forms to elevate our overall art culture.
Create with Studio Artium: Studio space, kiln rental, and instruction in leaded and fused glass are all available.
Terrain is a pioneering non-profit building community and economic opportunity for the artists, makers and culture creators of the Inland Northwest.
Established in 1979, the Tri-County Association of the Arts is a non-profit organization, whose purpose is promoting a better understanding and appreciation of all forms of the visual fine arts; to promote art education and provide workshops, seminars and demonstrations for its members. Members are encouraged to show their work in various area shows sponsored by the Association. Meetings are held at 11 a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month, except July and August.
Urban Art Co-op provides a place where artists of all levels can work, collaborate and share ideas.
A (mostly) children's bookstore. Your local connection for hand-picked books, unique gifts and community events.