Methow Arts offers FREE COVID – 19 RESOURCES HERE to NCW Artists, Makers, Creative Sectors in need. WE ARE OPEN! Just email us for free assistance. We are open and here to help. email@example.com or 509-997-4004 Methow Arts is open and our employees are working remotely to assist our ARTists, ARTs & Cultural organizations, students & parents,… [Read More]
BMethow 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 Methow… [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 Methow… [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]
Located in the picturesque mountain town of Twisp, in the gorgeous Methow Valley, The Methow Valley Farmers Market is one of Washington State’s Premier Farmers Markets. For over forty years, our local market has served as an essential component to life in the Methow Valley. Even though the Methow Valley Farmers Market is currently postponed,… [Read More]
Poem in Your Pocket Day is a day recognized each year in April as a part of National Poetry Month. This year, Poem in Your Pocket Day will be celebrated on April 30th. Celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day with Methow Arts by using #poetrymethow or #methowarts on IG or Facebook. You can also email poems to firstname.lastname@example.org Here are a few… [Read More]
The Methow Conservancy has created an online directory to order locally sourced goods and produce from some of the farms and ranches in the Methow Valley. “We started the Methow Grown program because a bright future for our farmers means a community that appreciates what they do and is motivated to support them. The goal… [Read More]
The arts are essential and resilient. Check out these opportunities for artists to continue to create in this period of social distancing.