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From the Studio: Terrain 13

Four Terrain personnel in the KPBX performance studio
Photo: Savanna Rothe
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Reinaldo Gil Zambrano, Rosie Cerquone, Ginger Ewing and Jackie Caro (L–R) outside the KPBX studio

Organizers and artists preview the return of the popular arts and performance event

Terrain Co-founder and Executive Director Ginger Ewing, Terrain Operations Director Jackie Caro, printmaker Reinaldo Gil Zambrano and sonic artist Rosie Cerquone entered the KPBX studio to speak with E.J. Iannelli about the upcoming event.

The popular multimedia art and music extravaganza is returning after a pandemic hiatus of more than two years.

The event's Literature Park and Terrain Theater, two favorites of past years, will also be making a comeback.

Nearly 450 artists applied over a three-week period to be a part of Terrain this year. It will be held in a new, larger location at 314 W. Riverside in downtown Spokane and is currently scheduled to feature 354 artists, 12 bands, 12 literary readings, 22 films and five dance performances.

The event kicks off with a preview night on Thursday, October 6. Tickets are limited and cost $25. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the artists and get first dibs on purchasing art.

The main Terrain event takes place on Friday, October 7. It runs from 5pm to midnight.

For more info, visit the Terrain website.