Terrain is an awesome group within our community, the non-profit group says on their website they " build community through art and creativity ". While they do host many arts events each year, such as one of my personal favorites, Terrain Bazaar, held each Summer. They also have more permanent operations as well, like the From Here store located inside River Park Square to their own gallery that has spent the last few years in the Washington Cracker Building on the south side of Downtown Spokane.
But now Terrain is actively remodeling a new space on N. Monroe for a new home for the Terrain Gallery. The gallery will soon relocate to a 2400 SF space at 628 N. Monroe, nearby Kendall Yards and just north of Downtown Spokane. The space will be fully renovated, and they hope to open there in time May's First Friday events, less than a month away.
In the most recent edition of the Terrain e-newsletter they say, " The move allows for greater visibility and more autonomy not only for the gallery itself, but the artists we serve, and we cannot wait to share it with all of you ". Terrain will also be joined in the building by spaces for The Center for Children's Book Arts, Spokane Workers Cooperative, podcaster Spokast! and others.
For more information on Terrain, check them out at http://terrainspokane.com