Presenting Season

EVENT POSTPONED: Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary Kick Off Celebration

Fri, Apr 17 & Sat, Apr 18, 2020

Presented by Methow Valley Citizens Council and Methow Arts Alliance in collaboration with many community members, businesses and partners. READ ARTICLE by original Earth Day national coordinator Denis Hayes Make the 50th Earth Day the Biggest Yet, Mar 2, 2020 UPDATED STATEMENT from Methow Arts and Methow Valley Citizens Council, March 12, 9am. Dear friends: The health and… [Read More]

CANCELLED: Son Luna y Jóvenes Zapateadores

Sat, April 18, 7PM, 2020

A Community Celebration of Global Cultural Exchange and Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary  TICKETS HERE This event is a part of Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary Kick Off Celebration presented by Methow Valley Citizen’s Council and Methow Arts Alliance in collaboration with many community partners. CLICK HERE for information about other Earth Day activities throughout the Valley. ¡VÍvelo!” will be… [Read More]

Cha Cha Artist-In-Residence Program Announces Selected Artists

March 2020

Five artists were selected to participate in April’s Methow River CHA CHA Artist Residency, a program of Icicle Fund in celebration of its 20th Anniversary. The Artist Residency, name CHA CHA after Icicle Fund’s three areas of focus Conservation, History and Arts, will be held over 3 days in the Methow Valley starting on Friday,… [Read More]

EVENT POSTPONED: Winter’s Tale – Methow Valley Premiere

Sat, Mar 28, 7pm, 2020

This is a fundraiser for the Methow Valley Interpretive Center. All tickets will be reimbursed. Contact, with questions please. At the Winthrop Barn, SAT, MAR 28, 7PM ——- A Wenatchi Tribal documentary screening followed by Q&A with Randy Lewis and film-makers. This is a fundraiser for the Methow Valley Interpretive Center. We will pass… [Read More]

Icicle Fund’s Conservation, History and Arts (CHA CHA) Artist Residencies

April 24-26, 2020

As part of its 20th anniversary celebration, the Icicle Fund is hosting two Artist-In-Residence events to celebrate the Conservation, History and Arts (CHA) of North Central Washington at the Methow River (April 24-26) and the Wenatchee River (September 25-27). The goal of the residencies is to honor, celebrate and record the unique environmental aspects of each location, inspired by revisiting past work created by poet William Stafford in the Methow (1993) or Watershed Artists in the Wenatchee (2001).

Hiplet Ballerinas: Hip-Hop en Pointe

Sat, Feb 22, 7pm, 2020

VIDEO HERE: TICKETS HERE Hiplet™ fuses classical pointe technique with African, Latin, Hip-Hop and urban dance styles that are rooted in communities of color. It was specifically designed to make ballet accessible to all, by mixing it with current popular songs that will be familiar to audiences who don’t normally attend ballet performances. Performances… [Read More]

Dancing with Your Stars & Utah Ballroom Dance Co.!

Sat, Jan 25, 7pm, 2020

 TICKETS ONLINE Announcing our stars: Reigning champ Tori Karpenko will compete against Molly Patterson (Glover Street Market,) Jason Paulsen (Methow Conservancy), Dea Luvon, Missi Smith (Merc Playhouse and Jacob Young (Old Schoolhouse Brewery.) Judges include Danbert Nobacon, Dana Stromberger and Jamie Petitto!  MEET OUR CONTESTANTS HERE  Join Methow Arts for a spectacular evening showcasing 22… [Read More]

New Photography Exhibition: The Historic Barns of the Methow Valley

Through Feb 14; Opening Reception, Thurs, Jan 9, 5:30-7pm, 2020

You can’t spell “agriculture” without the word “art.” Methow Arts is proud to announce a new collaborative project of Methow Arts and The Methow Conservancy that features a photographic exhibition called “The Historic Barns of the Methow Valley.” The exhibition runs December 5 – February 5 and features the work of participants from last summer’s… [Read More]

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