Through August 18, 2019
In her over forty years of art-making, Wendy Franklund Miller has developed a rich and personal visual vocabulary. Through her chosen medium of artist-made paper and encaustic, she explores themes around women's issues, the sciences and consumer culture. This show features work from each decade of her career.
June 20, 2019
June's Thursday Night Live is packed with activities! It includes the first in our Summer TNL Concert Series in the outdoor amphitheater from 6-8:30 pm with Funky Unkle. Hear fine art photographers Bill and Kathy Kostelec talk about the continuing significance of photos on film from 6-6:30 pm and see 25 years of Spokane photography in our new exhibition of their work, A Spokane Silver Celebration. It’ll be one of the last days to visit the wildly popular Luminous: Dale Chihuly and the Studio Glass Movement - enjoy a gallery walk through with Museum staff and/or tour historic Campbell House. No host beer and wine and food available for purchase in Café MAC. $5/person (all inclusive) – 50% off regular admission. Free for Museum members.
One-day and Week-long Camps
Summer camps at the MAC this year are all about the mythical creatures - mermaids, serpents, hydras, krakens, sasquatch and more as campers explore our exhibitions Giants, Dragons & Unicorns: The World of Mythic Creatures and its companion Northwest Legends. Campers will learn about the histories and stories of magical, mythical creatures from around the world and be inspired to create their own creatures in a variety of imaginative art projects.. Sessions for 2nd-3rd and 4th-5th graders plus Junior Counselors-in-Training (6th-7th graders). Register today!