The family Corvidae embraces Crows, Jays, Magpies, and Nutcrackers. Members of this family are wonderfully intelligent, mysterious, and magical. Corvids are social, noisy, aggressive, playful, and mischievous. They eat anything from fruit and eggs to nuts and carrion. We see them playfully completing aerial maneuvers, in the company of eagles at a deer carcass feast,… [Read More]
In this virtual class, students will learn basic watercolor technique from artist Bethany Wray to create a unique and colorful painting. All levels are welcome. Fun is ensured. Spots are limited. Be sure to register now! $45.00 REGISTER/BUY TICKET NOW. SIP & PAINT BASIC MATERIALS NEEDED We recommend our local Twisp Daily Arts and Business… [Read More]
Spring Methow Arts Window Exhibit, Created by Phillip Quevillon Phillip Quevillon began stacking blocks at age 3 and his mother bought Legos from that formative year on (luckily Phillip didn’t put toys in his mouth). After 4 additional decades of collecting the colorful plastic medium, enough LEGOS have amassed to create the structures and worlds… [Read More]
Join Methow Arts on SAT, APR 17, 10-3pm for a Poetry Pop-Up Market in Celebration of National Poetry Month with the Confluence Poets. Located outside our Methow Arts HQ (corner of Glover Street and 2nd Ave in downtown Twisp, WA.) 15 minute pop-up poetry readings throughout the day, book sales, signings, bubblegum poetry and more.… [Read More]
Earth Day online screening followed by a community conversation In 1968, the Apollo 8 mission to the moon captured the first image of Earth from space. This Earthrise photograph spoke to the responsibility we have in caring for our planet and each other. This Emmy-nominated film by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee tells the story of the experience… [Read More]
Three Rivers Hospital has two new exhibits on display featuring the works of local students. Framed artwork showcases blockprints and chalk landscapes. BLOCKPRINTS EXHIBIT Ten original block print designs by Methow Valley sixth grade students and ten original chalk pastel landscapes by Methow Valley third grade students are displayed at Three Rivers Hospital in Brewster. Sixth… [Read More]
Working with activist Darcy Ottey and Methow Arts teaching poet Cindy Williams Gutiérrez, 9th graders at Liberty Bell High School explored the meaning of justice and how it could be enhanced in their lives, school, community, and country. They examined the American Dream from multiple perspectives: the Founding Fathers, Chief Joseph, Martin Luther King Jr.,… [Read More]
Join local artist Perri Howard at her Open Studio. Paintings, Prints, Sculpture for home and outdoor spaces and discounts. At her studio on the TwispWorks campus. DATE: Fri-Sun, Apr 2-4, 1-5pm. LOCATION: 502 S. Glover Street, Twisp, WA. On the TwispWorks campus. CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org, 509-557-2299.