Artist Resources


In addition to providing up to date information on arts events through our websites and magazine, Methow Arts also provides resources for local artists to ensure the arts are an integral part of community and economic development in the Methow Valley.

Local artist webpages:

Artists living and working in the Methow Valley are invited to list in the artists' database on the Methow Valley Arts Website. This listing provides artists with a free webpage, link to their website, contact information, a short biography and up to three photo images of their artwork. Email or call 509.997.4004 to get started.

Workshops/Professional Development:

Artist Trust Webinar-2013 Grants for Artist Projects
MON, MAR 11, 1:30-3PM @ TwispWorks
Learn how to write a more competitive grant application. GAP grant winner Terry Hunt will be available to answer questions and provide insight. Ambassador Tori Karpenko facilitates.

Artist Trust At Large - Omak
THURS, MAR 14, 5:30PM @ the Omak Library
Looking to give your arts career a boost? Artist Trust At Large Speaker Amanda Jackson gives you the scoop on how we can help!

Art Updates:

Methow arts also manages a significant email list of artists, organizations, and the community at large. We send out emails about opportunities for artists, events, and other arts-related information. To become a member of the list CLICK HERE and enter your email address, or to submit information to broadcast, email us at:

Teaching Opportunities:

Artists who are interested in teaching through our Okanogan Region Arts Education partnership can contact our arts education coordinator at

Call to Artists

Apply for the Sound Transit Artist Roster in Seattle CLICK HERE
Sound Transit’s STart program is establishing a roster of pre-qualified artists for public art projects throughout the agency’s three-county service area in the greater Puget Sound region of Washington State. The roster will be effective for a period of three years and serve as one of the means of selecting artists to create permanent, site-specific artwork for the agency’s expanding transit system. Art projects will vary in size and complexity, with budgets of approximately $30,000 to $600,000. CLICK HERE FOR INFO

(Amber/green mosaic vase by Laura Aspenwall above)