When: Wed., June 28, 6-9 p.m.
It could be said that pride for the city of Spokane is at an all-time high. Of course, this view depends on where you look, and who you ask. Piecing together an accurate and diverse viewpoint of Spokane’s true sense of place and identity in 2017 is the underlying goal of a new project spearheaded by Laura Read, the city’s Poet Laureate, and local arts nonprofit Terrain. Through a photography showcase and an upcoming writing workshop, residents of all ages and backgrounds are invited to share their personal connection with Spokane through words and images (visit link for photo submission info). Select pieces from the writing session will be showcased in tandem with the Snapshot gallery show, opening on July 7, and during an upcoming reading scheduled for July 12.
Wed, June 28 from 6-9 pm • $5 • Terrain • 304 W. Pacific • bit.ly/SnapshotTerrain