In support of both local and national efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Spokane Art School will be closed until April 24th. We appreciate your understanding and urge you to contact us directly with questions or concerns. If you would like to lend your support during our closure, your donation is always greatly appreciated.
A message from our Board President, Tad Wisenor:
Dear Spokane Art School family,
If ever there was a time we needed a means to express ourselves through art, this is it! And while the art school will be closed for the duration of this unprecedented time in our world, we will do everything we can to serve you in the meantime, starting with weekly blog posts from our artist-in-residence Hannah Pomante.
Most importantly, we want you to know that our fiscal health is manageable for the short term and we will be here for you as soon as we can once again offer top-notch arts instruction from professional artists and high-quality gallery shows as we “teach Spokane to make and enjoy art.”
Your ongoing support means everything to us, and I, for one, have realized that the Spokane Art School is one of those wonderful parts of my life that is too easily taken for granted until it isn’t there for me to access.
Our thoughts are with you as we continue to do all we can to keep our community safe and healthy for the long-term. Look for announcements from us moving forward as we have news to share.
Best wishes for health and creativity!
Spokane Art School Board
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We are electing to follow Governor Inslee’s directive for all public and private k-12 schools. Read more about his executive order.