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Spokane Arts to Highlight Queer Artists This Weekend | Spokane News

SPOKANE, Wash. – Spokane Arts will host a Queer Art Walk downtown on June 7th.

According to the Downtown Spokane Partnership, five downtown venues will feature pieces by LGBTQ+ artists, including Indaba Coffee Roasters, Entropy and the Gonzaga Urban Arts Center.







Spokane queer art walk pieces

Courtesy of Downtown Spokane Partnership


“Established to promote visibility, understanding and appreciation for queer art and artists, the Queer Art Walk spans Spokane’s galleries, coffee shops, community centers and public spaces,” the partnership said in a statement.

The pieces will highlight the Lilac City and the vibrant queer community that can be found in Eastern Washington.







Spokane queer art walk piece

Courtesy of Downtown Spokane Partnership


Spokane Pride is this weekend and will include extra security measures following several incidents of anti-LGBTQ+ vandalism.

Additional Pride events will be held in the Inland Northwest this June, including the first LGBTQ+ celebration in Bonners Ferry and the launch of Washington State’s first statewide survey of the queer community.