When: Mondays-Fridays. Continues through Sept. 26 2014
This summer marks 40 years since Expo ’74 took over the former railyard in downtown Spokane with visitors from around the globe, and some of the biggest remnants — the U.S. Pavilion, the park itself — are now landmarks. But much has changed or been lost, and the Chase Gallery’s new exhibit reunites artists whose work was displayed at Expo with photos from the time, as well as artifacts that go beyond the commemorative salt shakers and other tchotchkes many Spokanites still have in their own collections.
Price: Free admission