Just as we proclaim loudly and proudly in the pages of the Inlander each week, there are countless opportunities to see and support our region’s celebrated community of artists. This summer, the Spokane Art School — which brings art learning opportunities to the masses — is giving the casual artist in all of us a chance to collaborate with the local pros. Each Saturday through July, and continuing in August, a professional local artist is setting up an easel on the street outside the art school gallery, asking passersby to chip in. First up is well-known Spokane artist Ric Gendron, followed by Karen Mobley, Tom Quinn and Deanna Camp.
Saturdays, July 9, 16, 23 and 30, from 1-4 pm • Free • Spokane Art School • 811 W. Garland • spokaneartschool.net • 325-1500