Terrain moves into new gallery space on Monroe Street

SPOKANE, Wash. — There’s a new spot to see local artwork in Spokane.

The art non-profit, Terrain, will have a grand opening Friday night at its new location on 628 N Monroe St.

Terrain’s art gallery was located at the Washington Cracker Building for five years, but recently it’s made the move to Monroe Street.

Executive director and co-founder of Terrain, Ginger Ewing, says the gallery is moving into a historic building in Spokane, built in 1904.

The new space will provide greater visibility and more autonomy not only for the gallery itself, but the artists Terrain serves.

Right now, APIC Spokane has an art exhibit up displaying the stories and experiences of the Asian community in Spokane.

Terrain plans on rotating art exhibits monthly.

The gallery will be open for First Fridays from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and each week, Thursday through Saturday, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

For more information on Terrain, see the official website and Facebook page.