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Last Tuesday – Sip and Paint with Bethany Wray

Tues, Jan 26, 6pm, 2021

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! SIP & PAINT BASIC MATERIALS NEEDED  We recommend our local Twisp Daily Arts and Business Supply for materials. –… [Read More]

Hello Spring

Spring 2021

NOTICE: Okanogan County is in Phase 2 of Washington State’s “Healthy Washington” Plan. Our community mandates the use of masks, social distancing and proper sanitation at all times. Thank you for your kindness and understanding during this precarious time. Hello, Spring. You know it’s Spring in the Methow Valley when locals have an extra spring in their… [Read More]

MARY KIESAU COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP FUND: APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED

Mar 31, 2021 deadline

“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]

The Atomic Bombshells in A Very Virtual Valentine

Sun, Feb 14th (Valentine's Evening) and on demand through February, 2021

Methow Arts is thrilled to present a very special Valentine’s performance from one of Methow Valley’s favorites, The Atomic Bombshells, in J’ADORE! A Very Virtual Valentine.  100% of ticket sales go to the Atomic Bombshells and special guests. Now celebrating its 13th Anniversary Season, “Seattle’s most dazzling Burlesque troupe”The Atomic Bombshells, deliver a gorgeous and glittering VALENTINE… [Read More]

Valley Goods: Celebrating Okanogan County Artists Year-Round!

February, 2021

Launched on the TwispWorks’ campus last November Valley Goods serves as a year-round showcase for local artists, makers, and crafters.   Open 6 days per week, and featuring one-of-a-kind products from more than 70 vendors, the store has become a welcoming space for people looking to shop local and has become an important source of… [Read More]

Students win Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

Two Methow Valley freshmen from Liberty Bell High School were awarded Scholastic Art and Writing Awards from the Alliance for Young Writers and Artists. Ayla Belsby’s poem, “Coming out of the Closet” won an Honorable Mention Award and Gabby Studen’s poem, “Let America be What it has Never Been: A Sanctuary” won the Silver Key… [Read More]

Bilateral Symmetry in Beetles

Winter 2021

Uh oh, beetle infestation. And we love it! These vibrant beetles were created by Methow Valley Elementary School 4th graders. Beetles come in a fantastic variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. Some are innocuous and black, others iridescent shades of green and blue. All beetles, however, share common traits, including a hard wing casing that… [Read More]

Better watch out: Yeti-Claus came to town

Winter 2020.21

Like his more conventional namesake, Yeti-Claus appeared in the night, while not a creature was stirring to see him make his grand entrance. But unlike Santa, Yeti-Claus has remained in Twisp past Christmas and into the new year. The brainchild of artists Bryan Putnam (who owns Twisp’s Printmade Apparel Co. and Pinetooth Press) and Jessica… [Read More]

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