Notice: Construction is ongoing in Riverfront Park and may impact some bicycle and pedestrian routes. Before you visit, please see the latest construction map for the best routes around redevelopment zones. Some attractions are currently unavailable due to redevelopment.
Riverfront aims to showcase the work of local and regional artists in the new Pavilion Art Space located at 574 N. Howard Street.
Featured Artist: Donell Barlow
Donell Barlow is Yurok and an enrolled member of the Ottawa tribe, Otter clan. She currently resides in Spokane, WA working with Native youth, families, and communities as a certified Holistic Health Coach and Yoga teacher. Her deep passion for working with the Native Youth utilizing traditional foods as medicine has been at the forefront for most of her work. Donell is the author of three books from three different genres. In 2018, she released, Medicine Tracks: A Memoir; in 2019, she illustrated and wrote her first childrens’ book, Bigfoot and Lightning Bug. In 2020, Donell released Words Have No Meaning, a book of poetry and illustrations. She is the recent recipient of the Spokane Arts Grant Award, which will be funding her following childrens’ book Creature Teacher Yoga, which combines cultural teachings of animals and the Salish Language. Donell utilizes these creative resources when offering a wide variety of skillsets to her participants through seminars, webinars, and workshops.
Big Foot and Lightning Bug is featured in Riverfront’s October and November Story Walk located on Snxw Meneɂ.