Last updated: 1/30/2012
2316 W. First Avenue
Spokane, WA 99204
|Wednesday - Saturday||10 AM - 5 PM|
|Wednesday - Saturday||11 AM - 4 PM|
Seniors (over 60): $5
MAC Members: free
Students (with ID): $5
Children under 5: Free
Special Event Rental
Forrest Rodgers, Executive Director
Reebcca Bishop, Communications & PR
The MAC is a regional and cultural hub located in the heart of the Inland Northwest. The Museum features engaging visual art, history and American Indian culture exhibits and programs for families, adults and school children.
Exhibits, programs and events focus on the Museum's three major disciplines: visual art, regional history and American Indian. We also have a historic building on site, Campbell House
The mission of the MAC is to actively engage all people in the appreciation of arts and culture through collections stewardship, exhibits and programs that educate and entertain.
Founded in 1916, the Eastern Washington State Historical Society
(Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture) is one of the Inland Northwest's oldest cultural organizations.
The Society is governed by a Board of Trustees. Membership is open to the public.
ART @ WORK Sales & Rental Program
Your Personal Art Museum! ART @ WORK delivers to your home or business your selection of original fine art of lasting quality by outstanding regional artists, at very reasonable cost.
For a Business. The fine original art provided by ART @ WORK offers an aesthetic experience that only original art can provide. It demonstrates your support for the community's leading regional artists and the Museum. The three-month rental periods allow you flexibility of choice, giving you an opportunity to choose and display a wide variety of work. Read what some of our satisfied rental clients have to say about us. The ART @ WORK program was recently featured in the publication Inland NW Homes and Lifestyles.
For the Home. The program offers the opportunity for you to experience a changing variety of art in your own personal environment, to stretch your own art boundaries, or to live with a work before you buy. And in keeping with the mission of the program, ART @ WORK offers collaboration, exposure, and financial support for outstanding regional artists.
Find a wonderful assortment of books, gifts, handmade items, museum logo items and jewelry at the MAC Museum Store. Book selections emphasize Inland Northwest history and culture including American Indian tribes, immigrant settlement, industries, arts and issues. We carry a fun collection of kids' books on art, history and stories from many cultures to inspire creativity and learning. Extend your museum experience with exhibit and collection related books and merchandise and intriguing, high quality treasures in a wide price range.
Cafe MAC by D'Zaar serves American and Middle Eastern lunch items, pastries, and Turkish coffee in a beautiful setting with a view. Kids items start at $3.95. Orders for take-home are welcome.
Catering services are also available, ranging from morning coffee service (for meetings held at the MAC) to large, elegant wedding receptions.
Special Event Rental
This information, including business hours, addresses and contact information is provided for general reference purposes only. No representation is made or warranty is given as to its content or the reliability thereof. User assumes all risk of use. Stories USA, Inc. and its content suppliers assume no responsibility for any loss or delay resulting from such use. Please call ahead to verify the dates, the location and directions.