We rounded up January’s art & poetry for your enjoyment!
“Ian Martin’s second book, Aphelion, launches July 17 at Adventures Underground.”
“This show is all about people finding the love and support they need from within.”
Enjoy this collection of art and poetry from April!
“Visit the Gallery at the Park at 89 Lee Boulevard in Richland or online at galleryatthepark.org.”
“The more you’re exposed to, the more you can see the web of relationships between opposing subjects and ideas.”
“The Vagina Monologues explores the sacredness and beauty of women's bodies.”
“Let your creativity flow.”
“I hope the audience comes away with a sense of excitement and shock!”
Enjoy this monthly round up of Art and Poetry
We rounded up November's art and poetry for your enjoyment!
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“I want my art to serve as a reminder of our shared experiences.”
We've rounded up art and poetry from our August 2021 issue for your enjoyment!
“Art making is an exercise in world building — of manifesting ideas into reality.”
“I would describe my work as trying to capture little moments of light...”
“We rounded up art and poetry from our May 2021 issue for your enjoyment”
“Phinney Brown is an Indigenous artist of Coeur D'Alene descent. She uses traditional materials and methods to create unique, modern, wearable art.”
“I’m inspired by my family who were migrant workers. We worked in agriculture and loved looking at the beautiful green and fruitful landscapes.”
Enjoy art and poetry from the January 2021 issue
“This year has been a lot of learning how to be my own motivation.”
“Less than a block away from her house He’s been following me from the bar Why didn’t I pretend I lived closer Every turn signaled, speed in check, I can make it...“
DrewBoy Creative held their first virtual show, “Something Hopeful, Please: DBC Virtual Art Show,” in Response to COVID-19 on April 10.
COVID-19 has deeply impacted the arts with cancellations of live performances and a significant loss of revenue. To help share ideas on how the these arts groups are surviving, the Arts Center Task Force (ACTF) is hosting a series of online events called “Art in the Time of COVID-19.”
"Through the artistic exchange of ideas, we can change the world.” — Davin Diaz
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