RGZ Prints


A Celebration of Locally and Regionally Made Printed Matter.

Spokane Print & Publishing Center, in partnership with Terrain, invites you to apply to a juried gallery show opening in conjunction with the second *SPOKANE PRINT FEST (SPF). SPF is a one-day event showcasing artworks using printmaking techniques, as well as artists demos and work for sale from printmakers from all over the northwest region.

In addition to the artwork, demos and printmaking techniques happening at SPF, HUELLA DACTILAR the gallery show will highlight the artwork of some of our region's most celebrated printmaking artists in Terrain's adjoining gallery space

  • WHEN:  First Friday, April 3rd • Spokane Print Fest + Gallery Opening
  • WHERE: Washington Cracker Co. Building • 304 W Pacific Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
  • SUBMIT: By filling out the application below
  • DEADLINE: Call ends February 26th (11:59pm P.T). Artists will be notified by March 1st

GALLERY EXHIBITION DATES:  April 3rd - April 25th.

*SPF looks to educate and inspire the local community on the traditional and contemporary practices of printmaking, by creating a gathering of individual printmakers, local print shops, student clubs and printmaking enthusiasts coming together for a one-day event.

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists living in the United States. All work must be original.
NOTE: We are open to showcasing any hand-pulled traditional and/or experimental printing process such as relief, intaglio, silkscreen, lithography, etc. in any form. Work must be ready for display with hanging instructions and will be shown at the Terrain Gallery for the month of April. HUELLA DACTILAR: in English (fingerprint) something that identifies: such as a trait, trace, or characteristic revealing origin or responsibility.Sense of identity
For any questions contact Reinaldo at spokaneprintfest@gmail.com
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Thanks so much for your interest in selling at From Here!

From Here exists as a practical means of furthering Terrain’s mission of working to ensure artists thrive in our region and to spark the creative economy. 

When looking for new items to carry we consider the following:

  1. Quality of work.
  2. Are there similar items already in the shop?
  3. Collaboration vs. competition. Is the work already available at other local stores? 
  4. Production. Is the artist/maker able to keep up with items turning over quickly?
  5. Community-building. Is the artist/maker able to be an active participant in the shop?

The last point is an important distinction between our shop and other retail locations. We’re not merely interested in selling locally made goods. We want to develop an ecosystem of creativity, camaraderie and a place where businesses grow. As a result, we create opportunities in which artists can dive in and participate in the happenings of the shop. 

If this sounds like your cup of tea, please click submit.