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Terrain plans “Spokane Responds” art event


Next month Terrain, a non-profit focused on the Spokane arts community, is having a post-election event, “Spokane Responds.”

Planned for exactly one month after the election, this is a time for attendees to create something that reflects their emotions —  a poem, drawing, song, dance, etc. According to an announcement from Terrain, this is intended to a “mass community display.”

Each participant will be given a 1×1 foot space for their creation, which will remain on display until Inauguration Day, Jan. 20, 2017.

The event is slated for Dec. 8 from 6-8 p.m. at Terrain, 304 W Pacific Ave.

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