Northwest Arts Review

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Northwest Arts Review will bring together local arts segments that air throughout the week, as well as new content related to local music, theater, literature, film, and visual arts. 

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Willow Springs Books is publishing an anthology of community poetry called Hair of the Dog, inspired by the Chinese Zodiac Year of the Dog. 

Willow Springs Books is a small press associated with Eastern Washington University. Associate Director Lauren Hohle and Graduate Student Daniel Spiro stopped by the SPR studio for a conversation with Chris Maccini.

Members of the artist collective "Emerge CDA" in Coeur d'Alene spoke visited the SPR studio to speak with Chris Maccini.

Emerge CDA is a collective art experience engaging all members of the community in a variety of high quality creative outlets, while offering a platform for emerging artists to cultivate their careers as professionals.

We spoke with founder and Executive Director Jeni Hegsted along with artists Reinaldo Gil Zambrano and Alexandra Iosub.

Letterpress printmaker and artist Bethany Taylor joined SPR's Chris Maccini for a conversation on her process and running an arts-centered business.

We welcome emerging artist Dylan Lipsker and mentor Denny Carman to Northwest Arts Review today. Here is a sample of Dylan's work! 

Also in this episode, Chris Maccini chats with Eva Silverstone from Spokane Public Library and Spokane Is Reading, a scene from Ignite Community Theatre's current production of "Harvey," and a look ahead at the Spokane Symphony's new season through the eyes of two veteran members of the orchestra. 

Today, on the first edition of the new show, Northwest Arts Review, we'll hear Chris Maccini's interview with Marsha Marcuson from the Avenue West Gallery. She tells about the gallery and the new "Small Things" show for July. Here are some images from the show--the work of Carol Schmauder, Sandy Aronson and Cheryl D. Halverson. This plus info on the Montana Baroque Music Festival, a movie review by Dan Webster, and your weekend Arts Calendar.