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2021 Shrub-Steppe Poetry Journal Call for Submissions

Deadline Mar 15, 2021

Open January 15 – March 15 DETAILS:  Submit 1-3 original, previously-unpublished poems in English. There must be no poet identity information in the poem(s). Poems should be in the format in which you wish them to appear on the page. SUBMIT EITHER BY EMAIL OR U.S. MAIL Electronically:      -To      -Subject line should… [Read More]

The Farmers: student art inspired by Romare Bearden

Spring 2021

Recognized as one of the most creative and original visual artists of the twentieth century, the artist Romare Howard Bearden (1911-1988) was a New York City social worker by day and an artist by night as he worked to launch his career. His life and art encompass a broad range of intellectual and scholarly interests,… [Read More]

Liberty Bell Drama Company presents The Laramie Project

May 19-23, 2021

Liberty Bell Drama Company, in partnership with The Merc Playhouse, with support from Methow Arts, presents The Laramie Project, a play about the reaction to the 1998 murder of gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming. The murder was denounced as a hate crime and brought attention to the lack of hate crime laws in various states, including Wyoming. After Shepard’s murder in 1998,… [Read More]

MarchFourth 18th Anniversary Stream

Mar 4, 6:30pm PST, 2021

DANCE PARTY IN YOUR LIVING ROOM? LET’S DO THIS! Methow Arts and the Winthrop Rhythm and Blues Festival are thrilled to present MarchFourth’s 18th Anniversary Stream! For the first time, MarchFourth fans from around the world can attend the band’s unique over-the-top anniversary party with extra musicians, bigger acrobatics, special guests and more! MarchFourth celebrates… [Read More]

“Buffalo Soldiers: Ready and Forward”

An exhibition by local photographer Ryan T. Bell documents the Buffalo Soldiers of Seattle, a group honoring the role of African Americans in the frontier West. Article by RYAN T. BELL For a group of historical reenactors, the scene at the Veterans Day parade in Auburn, Washington, was anything but accurate. A man dressed as… [Read More]


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]

Last Tuesday – Sip and Paint with Bethany Wray

Tues, Feb 23, 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]

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