Through February 10, 2019
Photographs from the Bank of America Collection
Ansel Adams · Imogen Cunningham · Willard Van Dyke · Brett Weston · Edward Weston
Nearly fifty works from five of f/64's members, now known as some of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. Founded in 1932, Group ƒ/64 was an informal association of photographers devoted to exhibiting and promoting a new direction in photography.
Magnolia Blossom, 1925. © 2018 Imogen Cunningham Trust. All rights reserved.
Through January 27th, 2019
November 11, 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, which ended World War I. While the war was a global conflict, it impacted communities across the United States, including Spokane. Thousands of residents played an important part in the war effort at home and abroad, and it affected daily life for everyone in the Inland Northwest. The exhibit features artifacts and photographs from the MAC’s collection as well as special programs to mark the centennial of The Armistice.
Visit our exhibition featuring Women of the Plateau tribes!
The art of the indigenous cultures of the Columbia River Plateau region reflects traditional lifeways borne of an ancient and interdependent relationship with the natural world. Women of the Plateau tribes are keepers of culture, creating traditional art forms using time-perfected techniques passed on over generations.
Through interactivity, scale, and intimacy, Ryan Feddersen forms connections between U.S. history, her Okanogan heritage, and current events to ignite conversations on place, use of space, and our relationship to the environment.
Unveiling the Mysteries of Museum Collection Care
A working Collections Lab opens for a public view behind-the-scenes. See collections as they are being processed: On display NOW: Navajo rugs and vintage textiles.