Marmot Art Space is located in Spokane’s new/ hot/ trendy/ fun/ exciting Kendall Yards neighborhood , just a few blocks from the beautiful Spokane Falls and Riverfront Park. The neighborhood is being created as we speak and something new is always happening. Most of the neighboring businesses have won numerous awards, so you’re sure to find some amazing people and products during a stroll through the neighborhood. Google “Kendall Yards” to find out more.
Marmot is located in Adams Alley, just off the main drag, Summit Pkwy. The easiest way to find us on the web is to Google 1202 W. Summit Pkwy. If you’re strolling the neighborhood, just look for Prairie Dog Pet Mercantile or Craftsman Cellars. When you find them, just turn into Adams Alley. Follow the huge Alfredo Arreguin reprint or the massive Melissa Cole Centennial Trail mural to our doorstep.
Our peak days are First Fridays, 5-8pm. We’ve gotten some amazing crowds of people, and it gets pretty festive, so if you’re not into crowds, try to show up early. Winter hours are Fridays 3-8pm and Saturdays 12-8pm. We stay open later when people are present. You will usually find us at the gallery on Wednesdays 4-8pm during the Kendall Yards Night Market. Make sure to check our Facebook page to keep up on all the special events. To get into the loop, make sure to “like” our page, then “like” 10-50 posts and Facebook will start putting our stuff into your feed. Make sure to keep “liking” everything when it comes up and you’ll stay on the loop.
Come on down to check out some of the best restaurants/bars in town (Central Food, Wandering Table, Veraci Pizza, Nectar Beer & Wine, Brainfreeze Creamery, 3Ninjas) and cool, local businesses (Mom’s Custom Tattoos, Core Pilates & Wellness, Spa Paradiso, William Grant Gallery & Framing) and check out Marmot (or vice versa). Spark Center also hosts amazing events and workshops. Boutique Blue and recently opened Paper And Cup, Indaba Coffee, Fleet Feet, Maryhill Winery are all worth a visit (or ten!).
If you’re interested in purchasing art, please text Marshall at (509) 270-5804 and he’ll open the gallery for you. He lives on site and is more than happy to give you a tour.
The following are some media links so that you can get to know Marmot better. See you soon!
The Spokesman-Review just did a feature on Kendall Yards, Marmot, and the arts: Spokesman Kendall Marmot
Check out what Field & Compass has to say about us here: here.
Here’s Inlander coverage on that same artist: Bartosz Beda Inlander
The Spokesman-Review did a feature article on our most thought-provoking show ever: Spokesman Fences
The Inlander recently put out a great edition focused on poetry. We then had an event at Marmot. Check out this small piece: Inlander Poetry at Marmot
While back, we exhibited a big international artist. Here’s the Spokesman-Review article.
We did a cool little show featuring the Inlander’s Annual Manual: Inlander Annual
Check out what the Inlander says about Marmot here.
The Spokesman-Review did a feature article on a PNW legend featured at Marmot: Legendary Painter Returns
Another Spokesman-Review feature by talented Audrey Overstreet about Melissa Cole at Marmot: Marmot Anniversary Show