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Support the Arts

Your support makes our organization thrive! We couldn’t do it without you. When you give to Methow Arts, you provide our community access to artistic experiences that connect and inspire us through performances and workshops. You enable over 5,400 students across North Central Washington to access quality arts education from professional teaching artists, including sequential, weekly… [Read More]

Pie & Whiskey

Thurs, Nov 4, 5:30-7:30pm, 2021

About Pie & Whiskey by Kate Lebo and Sam Ligon Learn the art of making pie + drinking whiskey with Kate Lebo and Samuel Ligon @ PIE & WHISKEY on THURS, NOV 4, 5:30pm Sign up @, tickets available through Methow Arts. There are only 12 spots for Pie School participants and more for… [Read More]

The Dusty 45s

Fri, Jan 21, 7pm, 2022

The Dusty 45s have inspired and fired up crowds for over two decades to the delight of fans and critics alike. With their signature style and unique sound, the band is a consistently powerful and energetic player in the Americana field. Led by charismatic singer/songwriter, guitarist and trumpeter, Billy Joe Huels, the raucous band tears… [Read More]

Twelve Angry Women

November 18-21, Thurs-Sat at 7pm, Sun at 2pm

The Merc presents a reader’s theater production of Twelve Angry Women, directed by Jane Orme.

Teaching Artists Wanted at Methow Arts

Fall 2021

We are hoping to grow our network of professional teaching artists to deliver arts classes all across Okanogan County. Whether you’ve been teaching for years or are new to the concept of teaching artistry, if you are committed to our mission and social justice values, we can find a place for you at Methow Arts.… [Read More]

The Last Salmon: A recording 20 years in the making

Fall 2021

“I don’t consider myself a story teller,” Phil Davis says, “but I have a story to tell.” This story, The Last Salmon, began as a book written over nearly a decade of a sentence here, a paragraph there. When it was finally finished in 2016, Davis self-published the piece, and it has only grown from… [Read More]

Methow Valley Goods Artist Spotlight – Dragonfish Arts

September 2021

Methow Valley Goods, the valley’s one-stop-shop for all things local, features the work of over eighty artists from the Methow Valley and Okanogan County. Store manager, Lindsey Bryson, sat down with one of those artists, Chris Duke of Dragonfish Arts, to learn more about the artist and her process. Duke, one of Methow Valley Goods’… [Read More]

Cascadia Chorale Update

Fall 2021

The Cascadia Chorale brings together singers of all generations to rehearse and perform a wide variety of music. Because singing indoors remains a high-risk activity, Cascadia looks to 2022 to convene again under the baton of Dana Stromberger. Cascadia invites all current and future members of the Chorale to stay involved and welcomes the community… [Read More]

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