Now in his 10th year as artistic director of the Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival, Kevin Krentz is ever more comfortable with his iconoclastic approach to chamber music. “I have an unapologetically populist bent,” said Krentz. That’s reflected in the music, the performers’ approachable styles, and the incorporation of other components such as spoken word,… [Read More]
Lucky you! We have some gorgeous Methow Arts Merchandise. Please email us first at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request [size, color, shipping or pick up] $17/Women’s and Men’s Ts. $12/Youth. Pay online via credit card ($18 + $5 shipping fee if desired.) Just email us your request and we’ll send you an online link for payment. email@example.com, 509-997-4004 Tshirts… [Read More]
“We like to include flavors beyond strings and piano, and to have more sounds on the palate,” said Kevin Krentz, artistic director of the Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival. This summer, the audience will have a unique opportunity to get a completely new taste when the festival features Jianbing Hu, China’s premier player of the… [Read More]
In the winter of 2017, Brewster 5th graders participated in a 5-week poetry residency, working with Methow Arts teaching poet Kelleigh McMillan. Students became familiar with “painting pictures with words” and with relating their emotions to the natural world. Each week they experimented with a different poetic concept: simile, metaphor, free verse, stanza, etc. Students wrote poems… [Read More]
Every mistake we make has the potential to become something truly uplifting if we can look at it with a little bit of humor and ingenuity. In Corinna Luyken’s THE BOOK OF MISTAKES an artist learns about the creative process and the way in which “mistakes” can blossom into beautiful inspiration in this memorable debut.… [Read More]
Most of us haven’t picked up the Sunday Times and caught ourselves up on world events in quite some time. Although the face of newspapers may have changed, their importance remains. Recently, Door No. 3 was able to save a bit of newspaper history by giving a home to several typefaces and other equipment courtesy… [Read More]
by Ashley Lodato, Education Director for Methow Arts What began as an isolated experience 4 years ago has grown to be an eagerly-anticipated component of Paschal Sherman Indian School 8th and 9th graders’ final years: the annual urban culture trip to Seattle. In its first three years the trip included seeing a musical at one of… [Read More]
Join Twisted Knitters for a class on April 27th and learn to make felted slippers. Here is the link to the pattern: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/duffers—revisited. 20$. At Twisted Knitters in downtown Twisp, WA. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org/ Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10am-4pm.