February First Friday
February 7, 2020 at 5 PM - 9 PM
Free to attend
Maryhill Tasting Room & Grill
1303 W Summit Parkway, Spokane
Join Ira Gardner & Vytal Movement Dance for Feb First Friday at the Maryhill Tasting Room & Grill. Ira will be showing his photographic work with dancers and unveiling his new book on dance. Vytal will perform live several times throughout the evening with video of performances also playing. Come enjoy a glass of excellent Maryhill wine and treats from the grill while you talk to the artists and hear from Ira and Vincas (Vytal Artistic Director) as they talk about their art and visions. Live music will also be provided for your enjoyment. Ira Gardner images will be available for purchase with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Vytal Movement Dance. Also opportunities for direct support of Vytal Movement Dance will be available. Come along and bring your friends. This will be an excellent part of your First Friday experience!
cover photo - Ira Gardner dancer - Lauren Hovik
Great Art & Great Food
September 25, 2020 at 3 PM - 9 PM
Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill & Irish Pub
719 N Monroe St, Spokane
Support Vytal Movement Dance while enjoying great food at Shawn O'Donnell's and supporting local business!
Friday September 25, 2020 dine in Shawn O'Donnell's or pick up a ToGo order between 3pm - 9pm. Drop your receipt in the basket on the Vytal Movement table in the lobby and Shawn O'Donnell's will donate 20% of your receipt sales to Vytal Movement Dance.
It's a fantastic way to support our dance company and a great local business while enjoying an excellent meal!
Get to know Vytal Movement - Spokane's Contemporary dance company. We'll be there to answer questions, tell you about ourselves, accept donations, and toast the great times at Shawn O'Donnell's with you!
Eye Contact - Fundraiser for Volunteers of America
October 22nd, 2020| 6:00PM-8:00PM
For the first time ever we will be hosting our Annual Eye Contact Fundraiser virtually!
VOA’s annual fundraiser, Eye Contact: Homeless Art Exhibit, traditionally is a one-night event that brings together local artists of all kinds to showcase their work while drawing attention to the needs of some of Spokane’s most vulnerable residents. The evening included food and beverage, live music, a silent auction of artwork by local artists, performance art pieces, and a gallery show of work created by homeless youth and women.
More information here.
Photo: Ira Gardner