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Sun in the sky a little bit later? Check.
Sidewalks free of ice? Yup!
Art in Moscow businesses and non-profits? ABSOLUTELY.

What does it all add up to? IT’S ARTWALK TIME! Everyone is invited, so gather your friends and family for 3rd Thursday Artwalk on February 17 from 4 – 8 p.m.

Find event flyers with details about host locations and their arts offerings online at: https://www.ci.moscow.id.us/189/Artwalk or in print at host locations.

This month’s 3rd Thursday Artwalk event features visual, culinary, literary, and performing arts at four locations.

  • Pour Company presents paintings by Erin Tomlin of Moscow. Tomlin’s pop art paintings of Bavik Super Pils are a tribute to Moscow’s favorite beer.

 

  • The Hope Center features pen and ink illustrations by Jane Abbot, nature photography by Kelly Otto, paintings by Hope Center staff, and baked goods by Nancy Alexander and Makayla Mack.

 

  • Moscow Contemporary invites the public to its newest exhibition, “Ellen Vieth & Jean Arnold: A Conversation,” which explores the connections between two artists’ approaches to contemporary painting.

 

  • Third Street Gallery inside Moscow City Hall offers a special performance by The University of Idaho Jazz Messengers Combo. This student ensemble from the Lionel Hampton School of Music will play inside Council Chambers from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Visitors to City Hall can also enjoy Un-fancy, an exhibition of visual and literary works by 26 Palouse-area artists.

While you’re enjoying your evening, please be mindful of COVID-19 protocols at each host location.

The 2021-2022 Artwalk Season is brought to you by Gritman Medical Center, Idaho Central Credit Union, and the Moscow Arts Commission.

Have a fantastic Artwalk!

 

The mission of the Moscow Arts Commission is to enrich the community by celebrating and cultivating the expression of all art forms and culture.

Chamber Staff

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