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B.E.E. Twisp

Fall 2020

Twisp Togetherness….TwiSpiritedness? Whatever you call it, if you ask a local, they’ll say it’s real. In recent months, however, as with everything else the pandemic is leaving its palpable impact here, too. That’s why the Town of Twisp recently launched the Community “B.E.E.” Initiative, aligning seamlessly with the Twisp Chamber of Commerce’s mission to advocate… [Read More]

Pumpkin Carving Contest

Halloween 2020

EXTENDED DEADLINE 2: THURS, OCT 29 – Entry Form and Photo of Pumpkins via email. Just email us to get started @ DEADLINE 2: THURS, OCT 29 – Pumpkins delivered to Methow Arts. Pumpkins may be delivered before Thursday after receiving confirmation from Methow Arts. WE WILL DISPLAY YOUR PUMPKIN IN OUR WINDOW! WINNERS… [Read More]

VOCA: Methow Arts announces its newest Initiative and Call to Artists of Color

September 2020

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]

Methow Arts + Town of Twisp team up to lead Creative District Process

Fall 2020

Update November, 2020 Submitted by Amanda Jackson Mott, executive director – Methow Arts Alliance. Twisp receives Creative District Certification from ArtsWA READ HERE. Update October 21, 2020 Methow Arts receives CDCPP Grant Award for $26,416.66 with In-Kind and Cash Match support of $19,812.50 for a project total of $46,229.16. Update: October, 2020 Methow Arts revises… [Read More]

Donna Keyser and Tim Odell of Alpine Welding

METHOW GALLERY RELATIONSHIPS – 1 Methow Gallery is a place for art and creative ideas. A few years ago it was a brick and mortar gallery at TwispWorks and now it exists on the web. The curators of Methow Gallery, Donna Keyser and Laura Karcher, will be exploring the world of artistic relationships through a… [Read More]

Emerging Artists, Art as Salvation

By Rose Weagant Three months. For three months, we were more or less stuck in our houses, away from friends and family in order to keep each other safe. Jobs, plans and lives were put on hold. And then the walls closed in on us.  The biggest task for many of us (at least those… [Read More]

Yes, community theatre is still vital.

by Rose Weagant In small, rural communities, sometimes it’s hard to keep entertained. Many of us take turns entertaining each other, on radio shows at KTRT, playing music at the local watering holes, or gracing a stage once in a while. It is our commitment to arts engagement that continues to enhance our community and… [Read More]

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