- Illustration by Megan Perkins
Every year as we work on this issue, we're inevitably newly impressed with just how active the Inland Northwest's arts community is. It's a big part of why we love living and working here, and the fact that the arts scene — from music to theater, visual arts to writing and beyond — continues to grow and thrive just makes us fall for the Inland Northwest all over again.
In the links below, we introduce you to some new faces and places, and re-introduce you to some familiar ones, while also offering up what we contend is the most complete calendar of can't-miss events you'll find in this neck of the woods. We hope you dive in and enjoy the longer stories and keep this guide around for the next few months as you plan your own ways to engage in our incredible arts community.
Dan Nailen, Inlander Arts & Culture Editor
FALL ARTS 2018
- Fall Arts 2018 | Culture
- Fall Arts 2018 | Words
- Fall Arts 2018 | Visual Arts
- Fall Arts 2018 | Theater
- Fall Arts 2018 | Music
- Liberty Lake Community Theatre celebrates 10 years — and several volunteer-driven milestones
- The New WSU Art Museum is Designed to Inspire and Challenge Visitors
- Spokane poet Laura Read embraces vulnerability in her new collection, Dresses from the Old Country
- Spokane hasn't had much of a dance scene for decades, but a new group is trying to change that
- The owners of the Bartlett prepare to open their second venue — the Lucky You Lounge