Spokane Arts creates and promotes arts and culture in our region through grantmaking, arts programming, advocacy, and professional development. We work to amplify Spokane as the cultural hub of the Inland Northwest. Spokane Arts is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that is overseen by a governing board (formerly known as the Spokane Arts Fund board) as well as advised by the Spokane Arts Commission, a volunteer board of artists and arts advocates. Find more information at www.spokanearts.org.

October is a month-long celebration of arts and culture!
Use this form to submit your Arts Month events and activities.
Arts Tour is October 5, 6, and 7.
Multiple events must be submitted separately.

Please note: the Inlander's deadline for the "Fall Arts Guide" issue was September 7. All submissions Spokane Arts received prior to that deadline were sent to the Inlander for consideration. All submissions Spokane Arts receives AFTER that deadline will still be included in our online 2018 Arts Month calendar, found at https://artsmonthspokane.sched.com/ 

Please see below for additional ways that Spokane Arts will help promote your submitted event for either Fall Arts Tour or Arts Month!

In celebration of national arts and humanities month, Spokane Arts is coordinating the 5th annual Arts Month, to be held in October 2018. 

Artists, arts organizations, arts businesses, and creatives of all types are encouraged to submit their October events or activities through spokanearts.submittable.com. Using the information submitted, Spokane Arts will promote those events and programs to the community, encouraging people to attend and support them.

Spokane Arts will promote the events and activities in one or many of the following ways: inclusion in an online Arts Month calendar, where people can browse for events and build a personalized schedule; on the Spokane Arts social media (including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more); in the Spokane Arts e-newsletter; and more. Spokane Arts will place print and digital advertising to promote Arts Month, which will link to the calendar and may feature certain submitted events. (Spokane Arts cannot promise that every single submission will be featured in our print advertising campaign, but all relevant submissions will be promoted via the online resources listed above. Submissions received before the original August 31 deadline are more likely to be included in print advertising due to local publications' print deadlines.) Spokane Arts will also seek earned media coverage to promote October’s arts and cultural offerings.    

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