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George Longfish: A Retrospective
2/10-4/5 •
One of the most influential of the first generation of non-traditional American Indian artists, throughout his career as a teacher (currently at UC Davis), writer, curator, and artist, Longfish has contributed enormously to the Contemporary Indian Art Movement, addressing topical and sometimes tough and challenging contemporary issues facing Native Americans today. $5-$7, free age 5 and under. Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, 2316 W. 1st; 509.456.3931.

VIOLENCE!
2/12-4/4 •
Exhibit of prints, drawings, ceramics, and sculptures created in response to societal violence. War, terrorism, torture, execution, slavery, religious persecution, racial bigotry, censorship, and isolation are subjects tackled by such notable artists as Jiří Anderle, Leonard Baskin, William Blake, Sue Coe, Francisco Goya, Winslow Homer, Corita Kent, Käthe Kollwitz, Oldřich Kulhánek, Jacob Lawrence, Richard Serra and Rubén Trejo. The Jundt Art Museum, Gonzaga University, 502 E. Boone; 509.313.6613.


Recovery
2/17-4/3 •
Whitworth University/Bryan Oliver Gallery presents “Recover: The Works of Tom O’Day,” who this fall exhumed 30 artworks he had buried on Whitworth’s campus 20 years ago. Closing reception on 4/3, 5-7 p.m. Free. Whitworth University, Lied Arts Center, 300 W. Hawthorne Rd. 509.777.4703.

Gordon Wilson
2/27-3/28 •
Paintings by the longtime Spokane resident and Whitworth University instructor. Artist’s reception 3/3 from 5-9 p.m. Tinman Gallery, 811 W. Garland; 509.325.1500.


Revelations
3/6-28 •
Painter Stephen Rue explores his legacy as the son and grandson of Lutheran ministers through a contemporary approach to religious imagery. Lorinda Knight Gallery, 523 W. Sprague; 838.2740.

Jacob Lawrence: Genesis
3/20-7/31 •
Inspired by the passionate Baptist sermons at the Harlem church he attended as a youth, artist Jacob Lawrence (American, 1917-2000) produced eight screenprints illustrating passages from the book of Genesis. Part of Gonzaga University’s Kennedy Collection of Northwest Art, the exhibit will include a free public walk-through with J. Scott Patnode, director and curator of the Jundt Art Museum. 10 a.m. March 20. Free. The Jundt Art Museum, Gonzaga University, 502 E. Boone; 509.313.6613.

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  1. Didn’t know the Spokane Club did art shows. Or jazz.

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