PHOTOS: Terrain

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In it's 7th year, Terrain featured local artists, musicians, readers, food trucks and vendors at its new location at the old Washington Cracker Co. building on W. Pacific Ave. Spokane showed its support for the one night event by packing the place, causing a long line to form just to enter the venue. 


People wait in line to get into the venue. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • People wait in line to get into the venue.

A large event sign greets people as they enter. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • A large event sign greets people as they enter.

Zac Odom checks out some art. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • Zac Odom checks out some art.

People look at art. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • People look at art.

People stand in lines to look at art. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • People stand in lines to look at art.

People listen to spoken word, poetry reading and speeches. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • People listen to spoken word, poetry reading and speeches.

People look at art. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • People look at art.

People listen to live music. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • People listen to live music.

People listen to live music. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • People listen to live music.

People look at artwork. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • People look at artwork.

A band performs. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • A band performs.

ATLAS works on a piece outside of the venue. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • ATLAS works on a piece outside of the venue.

Art is projected onto one of the ovens that was used to bake crackers. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • Art is projected onto one of the ovens that was used to bake crackers.

People look at art. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • People look at art.

Art was on display on the two floors of the event. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • Art was on display on the two floors of the event.

People line up to see art. - JOE KONEK
  • Joe Konek
  • People line up to see art.