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, April 24 and ending on Sunday, April 26.
Selected artists are Sarah Horowitz (visual arts,) Heather Murphy (visual arts,) Rod Weagant (visual arts,) Subhaga Bacon (literary arts,) and Jennifer Molesworth (visual arts.)
During their April Residency, each artist will document their surroundings at sites for a weekend on the Methow River, revisiting creative sites from past work created by poet William Stafford in 1993. Selections from the created art will be displayed through-out the state in a traveling exhibition, and widely publicized through partner organizations.
A second invitation from North Central Washington artists for the Wenatchee River CHA CHA Residency opens May 15 for the September 25-27 program.
FIND OUT MORE: iciclefund.org/cha-cha, firstname.lastname@example.org, 509-997-4004. The CHA CHA Artist in Residence program is a program of Icicle Fund in Collaboration with Icicle Creek Center for the Arts and Methow Arts Alliance.