Arts & Events
WED, MAY 15, 6-8pm
The first ARTscapes Project will launch on Wednesday, May 15, 6-8pm at the Main Street Building, 7 south Main Street, Omak, WA (the former Main Street Bar and Grill). We invite you to join us to meet the artist, Bruce Townsend Cook, listen to live music, sip Okanogan Estates Wine and celebrate the confluence of ART and business in economic vitality! Food, wine and beer will be available for purchase throughout. Additional projects will take place in participating towns throughout Okanogan County. Interested property owners and artists should contact Methow Arts Alliance for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org, 509.997.4004
May 12-Sept 13
Opening:: Sun, May 12 at 12pm featuring a local marimba band.
The garden is open to the public daily from 10:00 to 6:00p.m.
May through September.
FRI, MAY 17, 5-8PM
Features the printed work of San Francisco-based artist Xara Thustra. Cake, Blue Star coffee and more. Methow Valley Community Center, Twisp.
MAY 24 & 25, 7pm
A play by Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project. Admission by donation. The Merc Playhouse, 509.996.9295, www.mercplayhouse.org
May 25th - 26th
The weekend of May 25-26 is a big one in the local music scene. Pipestone’s 13th annual Music Days Celebration will be held in the Methow Valley Community Center gym, with a Pipestone Orchestra concert on Saturday evening and an afternoon of student recitals on Sunday.
TICKETS: DATES: Saturday, May 25- Sunday, May 26. LOCATION: Methow Valley Community Center gym CONTACT: 509.997.0222
THURS, APR 25-MAY 27
Reception: SAT, APR 27, 5-7PM
Artwork celebrating early spring flowers. Winthrop Gallery, 237 Riverside Ave, 509.996.3925, www.winthropgallery.com (Yellow Bell & Spring Beauty, by Dennis O'Callaghan)
SAT, APR 6-JUNE 1
RECEPTION: SAT, APR 6, 4-8pm
Explores the similarities and differences of the Methow and Okanogan Valleys. Confluence Gallery, Twisp. 509.997.2787, www.confluencegallery.com
(Horse Power by Michael Azzano)
JUNE 8-SEPT 21
RECEPTION, June 8, 4-8pm
"From the wardrobe" sculptural pieces by Ann Dunbar. Honoring our fascination of past recollections by reimagining the artifact. At Peligro Studio in downtown Twisp. 509.699.0238
THURS, JULY 4, 11:30-4:30PM
Since 1987, Methow Arts Alliance has worked with the community to produce a unique arts festival at Twisp River Park. Held on the 4th of July annually, this community event features day-long entertainment, over 12 hands-on-art booths (hosted by a professional artists from the Artist in Residence roster for the Okanogan region) for children and adults, a local food zone, a pie eating contest, artist demonstrations, field games and much more! More info to come.....
July 19th - 21st
Washington State's largest, longest–running blues festival, is shaping up to be the not-to-be-missed rhythm & blues event of 2013.
SAT and SUNDAY, SEPT 7-8
The Second Annual Mazama Festival of Books returns to the Methow Valley. Bringing a rich presence of authors from throughout the Pacific Northwest, the Festival will present outdoors in a salon-style format. More information to come.509.997.4004, info@MethowArtsAlliance.org