• Around the world in 10 short films

    Manhattan Short Film Festival arrives in Dayton

    By Kaylee Brewster

    Films often let the audience travel without having to leave their seats. With the Manhattan Short Film Festival, viewers can be part of a global experience without leaving the Pacific Northwest...

  • WSU exhibit aim: to understand racial oppression, heal

    By Inland 360

    Visitors to WSU’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum can take in the Black Lives Matter Artist Grant Exhibition showcasing 20 Washington artists using their voices, experiences and artistic expression for social justice efforts in response to systemic racism. The exhibit runs through Dec. 18, with an opening reception Tuesday and a discussion Wednesday...

  • Art of Iran

    Exhibit brings a taste of Persian culture to Lewiston

    By Elaine Williams

    The head of a bald eagle emerges from a paisley pattern and forms the background in a self-portrait of Tirazheh Eslami. The digital work is among those by more than 50 artists in an exhibit that starts Friday at the Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History titled “The Land of Persepolis: Introducing Persian Culture to the West.”

  • Stream on demand

    Week of Sept. 23

    By Sean Axmaker

    "Change is frightening. Especially to those in power."

  • Palouse Plein Air opens Friday

    By 360 Staff

    Artists took to the outdoors this week during the annual Palouse Plein Air painting competition. The competition is open to artists 18 and older, who must paint on-site during a one-week time frame anywhere in Latah, Nez Perce, Whitman and Benewah counties...

  • L.A. producer returns to Clarkston roots

    Rantz Hoseley creates short film about growing up in an abusive home

    By Jayce Carral

    After living and working in Los Angeles for nearly 30 years, a Clarkston-raised writer and producer brought a film crew to the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley area to direct his first live-action movie. The film was inspired by a pivotal moment in his childhood...