Jan 29 Sunday
In his practice, Rafael Soldi examines how queerness and masculinity intersect withimmigration, memory, and loss. Soldi’s photographs are at once powerful and intimate; theyreflect deep retrospection by the artist, a process navigated by many, especially when oneexperiences displacement and feels neither rooted in one place or another but exists in thespaces in-between.Soldi uses various methods to create works including the nineteenth-century technique ofphotogravure and the contemporary photobooth. This exhibition includes works from threeinterconnected series from the last five years. Each series offers deeply personalruminations on identity while simultaneously presenting universal yet complex implicationsof fragility, struggle, and resilience.
Pottery Place Plus is pleased to present perennial favorite Juaquetta Holcomb as our Guest Artist for the month of January 2023.
Juaquetta hand spins local wool and alpaca into rustic art yarn, and is known throughout the Inland Northwest for her beautiful handspun yarns, which she has been creating since 1993. Plus she also knits, crochets and weaves shawls, hats and scarves with her own handspun art yarn, which helps support local Pacific Northwest sheep growers.
Stop by PPP in the Historic Liberty Building (next to Auntie's) this January to see & purchase textured, rustic, colorful yarn ~ it's great for gifts or a treat to yourself!
Jan 30 Monday
Students will learn the basics of relief printmaking. Learn to carve blocks, ink application techniques, and make beautiful prints to take home.
All materials included.
4 week course - all levels welcome!
Jan 31 Tuesday
Feb 01 Wednesday
4 Week Painting Class
Meets Wednesday Evenings from 5-7pm
Students will be shown materials and basic steps of the painting process in order to complete a painting that is uniquely their own. Along the way they they will be introduced to fundamental concepts of this enriching medium.
All supplies required for this course will be provided by Emerge
Due to the limited size of our classes, we are unable to offer refunds unless the session is canceled by Emerge
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb 02 Thursday
Feb 03 Friday
At Gonzaga University Urban Arts Center, opening November 4, 2022, through December 3, 2022, on the land of the Spokane Tribal people, Charlene Teters (Spokane) will curate an exhibition of local native artists who will create art around this subject and question. Artists will attend the opening November 4, 4:00- 7:00pm. Land Acknowledgement Panel Discussion: Featuring Charlene Teters, Tiffanie Irazarry and Joseph Arnoux November 8, 2022, 3 p.m. Hemmingson Ballroom, Gonzaga University GUUAC Gallery Hours: Fridays 4-7 p.m. Saturdays 10-3 p.m.