As part of Methow Arts’ commitment to advancing racial equity and committing resources to support regional artists, leaders, students and communities of color, we launch new initiatives to amplify voices of color through the arts. CLICK HERE to access job description. Methow Arts’ Teaching Artists provide art instruction in visual, literary, and performing arts to… [Read More]
Announcing selected artists for the Wenatchee CHA CHA Residency!
As part of its 20th anniversary celebration, the Icicle Fund is hosting two Artist-In-Residence events to celebrate the Conservation, History and Arts (CHA) of North Central Washington at the Methow River (October 2-4) and the Wenatchee River (May 21-23, 2021). The goal of the residencies is to honor, celebrate and record the unique environmental aspects of each location, inspired by revisiting past work created by poet William Stafford in the Methow (1993) or Watershed Artists in the Wenatchee (2001).
THANKS TO ICICLE FUND. JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS! The applications will open TUES, DEC 15 via SurveyMonkey. CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION – Artists living in Okanogan and Douglas Counties -APPLY HERE. Artists living in Chelan and Grant Counties – APPLY HERE. Thanks to Icicle Fund, Methow Arts and Icicle Creek Center for the… [Read More]
As part of Methow Arts’ commitment to advancing racial equity and committing resources to support regional artists, leaders, students and communities of color, we are thrilled to announce a series of new initiatives aimed at amplifying voices of color through the Arts. VOCA, Advancing Voices of Color in the Arts, is the newest initiative of… [Read More]
Cada semana Methow Arts tiene clases fáciles de arte que se puede hacer en casa con su alumno o niño. Se puede encontrar la descripción de cada lección abajo con una imagen y una lista de materiales.Haga clic en el titulo de cada lección para mirarla o para imprimirla en una versión PDF de la… [Read More]
Methow Arts has weekly easy, at-home art lessons to do with your student or child. You can find the description of each lesson below along with an image and a list of materials. Click on the title of each lesson to view or print off a PDF version of the lesson. Brought to you by… [Read More]
“Natural history education, especially place-based education that gives people a direct connection with and knowledge of the places in which they live, is more important now than ever before.” – Mary Kiesau We are pleased to announce the Mary Kiesau Community Fellowship Fund. This fund supports the independent projects of artists, photographers, naturalists, and naturalist… [Read More]
Racial injustice & systemic oppression permeate our institutions, and the arts are no exception. They can also be a powerful tool in deconstructing privilege and anti-racism work.