Art, in all of its forms, gives people a way to expand their circle of connection beyond those they personally know and to experience things from another’s point of view. We hope that you will explore the variety of art offered in Spokane during your stay at Stratford Suites.
The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture is an enlightening and enjoyable destination for anyone interested in art, history or the Spokane area. If you’d like to expand your understanding of Spokane’s background and the culture of some of its inhabitants, be sure to start with the “Spokane Timeline” exhibits: “Personal Voices” and “Big Timber.”
You should also save time for “Living Legacies: The American Indian Collection.” If you are bringing young guests, or are a child-at-heart, you shouldn’t miss the “Toys, Toys, Toys!” exhibit which features both antique and contemporary toys that are sure to delight visitors of all ages.
Art galleries in Spokane are numerous and provide an enjoyable, thought-provoking experience for visitors. The Lorinda Knight Gallery features around 40 of the best contemporary artists from the northwest. Featured exhibits change on a monthly basis. Avenue West Gallery displays the works of more than 15 local artists in multiple mediums, including oil, photography and fabric. The Artist’s Tree is a perfect place to experience a lively mix of mosaics, canvasses, sculptures and more.
For performing arts, plan a trip to the INB Performing Arts Center for a musical or ballet. Or, if you prefer, spend an evening listening to the Spokane Symphony at Fox Theater. If you can’t decide, do both!
For more information about art and other Spokane travel information visit Travel-Spokane.com: The Essential Guide to Spokane.
1001 W Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA 99201
Lorinda Knight Gallery
523 W Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA 99201