Summer Desktop Wallpaper by Chelsea Hendrickson

Published on June 21st, 2016 | by Karli Ingersoll

Thanks to local designer/artist Chelsea Hendrickson we have some rad new desktop backgrounds for summer. Chelsea has been featured in Terrain several times, Window Dressing installations, Baby Knives, Seven2 DrawOff’s and The Bartfest Poster Show. She’s ... Read More


Collect’s Volume Picks 2016

Published on June 3rd, 2016 | by Karli Ingersoll

In case you are overwhelmed by trying to figure out what bands to catch (out of the 100!!!) this weekend. Here’s some schedule suggestions! A mix of genres, local and regional acts bigger and more underground. ... Read More


Window Dressing Expands Through Downtown Spokane

Published on May 31st, 2016 | by Karli Ingersoll

It’s been just over two years since I wrote about Window Dressing’s first installation. In that short amount of time the organization (started by Terrain founder Ginger Ewing) has grown from one single artscape (fancy word ... Read More


New Murals Fill Browne’s Addition

Published on May 24th, 2016 | by Karli Ingersoll

Hello mural season! It’s still a bit rainy, but that isn’t stopping local artists. A recent project selected a handful of artists to create circular murals to fill up intersections around Coeur d’Alene park in Browne’s ... Read More


Uncharted 2016

Published on May 16th, 2016 | by Karli Ingersoll

Terrain is a local arts GIANT and last year they started a yearly collaboration with the Spokane Symphony. It’s turned out to be one of the coolest things in the northwest, bringing together orchestra musicians, independent ... Read More


Volume 2016 Lineup Announced

Published on May 9th, 2016 | by Karli Ingersoll

Festival season is upon us! Volume and Elkfest both just announced their lineups and we are counting down the days. The Volume festival is interesting this year. Almost all the travelling bands are new to me, ... Read More


New Music // Winter Jams

Published on March 3rd, 2016 | by Karli Ingersoll

We’ve been a little quiet around here but Spokane has been buzzing with activity. Lots of new projects popping up, new faces and familiar staple musicians alike. Here’s a few things to check out and get ... Read More


Visual Arts Tour Picks

Published on February 2nd, 2016 | by Karli Ingersoll

Here’s our top picks for the 2016 Visual Arts Tour in Spokane! There’s so many amazing things to choose from, but here are the things we think will thrill you and inspire you the most. 1. ... Read More


Best of 2015 – Favorite Shows

Published on January 21st, 2016 | by Scott Ryan

Once again, 2015 made a strong case for Spokane as a great city for enjoying music in the Pacific Northwest. The local scene in Spokane seemed stronger than ever as the many talented and hard working ... Read More


Best of 2015 – Top 10 Design Moments

Published on January 12th, 2016 | by Karli Ingersoll

This past year I’ve seen a lot of the same awesome as years past. Great designs, great collaborations, talented people doing their thing. As in past years, we (Collect) like to go through some of our ... Read More


Recent Jacob Greif Designs

Published on December 28th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Always quirky yet approachable, unique yet familiar, Jacob Greif ha become one of Spokane’s favorite designers. In 2013 I discovered Jacob had moved back to Spokane after living on the west side for college. A couple ... Read More


Collect Desktop Wallpaper :: December 2015

Published on December 21st, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Happy Christmas week! Spokane is covered in snow and every evening seems to be packed with fun holiday events. If you are still feeling a little grinchy, try out this wallpaper. Or watch our Collect Session ... Read More


Ugly Sweater Party – w/ Seven2 DrawOff

Published on November 30th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Mark your calendars for December 18th! We are hosting a free event at The Bartlett with Seven2 DrawOff and Spokane Doesn’t suck! Wear your best ugly sweater, win prizes, buy merch and watch an epic live ... Read More


Photos of Downtown Spokane by Nick Lewis

Published on November 12th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Nick Lewis is a local artist of many talents. He’s an accomplished sign painter, designer and photographer. His latest mission has been to make downtown Spokane look VERY cool. I couldn’t pass up a chance to ... Read More


Baby Knives

Published on November 4th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

This week the 2nd issue of a new art zine discreetly hit a handful of downtown locations. Behind the project is local designer and print-maker Aaron Abolofia who you may also know as Tiny Mammoth Ink. ... Read More


Collect Desktop Wallpaper :: October 2015

Published on October 29th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Time to get spooky! Thanks to Matt Bogue and his new project, Unifest Co., we have a super timely wallpaper for your halloween week. We love the simple, festive vibe. Rock this new wallpaper on your ... Read More


Why We Love Terrain

Published on October 27th, 2015 | by Miles Martin

It’s an art show that transcends its status as an art show, it has an inexplicable mass appeal that draws in individuals who don’t regularly attend galleries or showings, and, Terrain 8 was damn near the ... Read More


Bullets or Balloons, Naturalistically Review

Published on October 21st, 2015 | by Miles Martin

The release party for Bullets or Balloons’ “Naturalistically” was an unusually intimate and cathartic event. Sharing a Saturday night with the hugely successful “Terrain” art show may have explained the intimacy while the selection of David ... Read More


Bartfest 2015 // Top 10

Published on October 14th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Many things made Bartfest 2015 a success. Here’s my top ten list of the best parts of the festival this year. 10. Silver Torches Erik Walters is the frontman/songwriter of Silver Torches. You Spokies may also ... Read More


Bartfest 2015 // Bands to Watch

Published on October 2nd, 2015 | by Scott Ryan

Bartfest 2014 was undoubtedly a high watermark for Spokane’s music scene. Seeing national touring acts like Hundred Waters, No Age, and Bear in Heaven on a lineup alongside local mainstays like the Marshall McLean Band was ... Read More

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