Cascadia provides the people of the Methow Valley with opportunities to learn, to hear, and to perform quality music.
Pipestone School of Music is a program of Cascadia and offers private lessons and classes, performance opportunities, and community outreach events.
Confluence Gallery has flourished since 1988 as a hub of the arts community in Twisp, Washington. The gallery holds seven group and individual exhibits each year, showcasing the work of local and regional artists from North Central Washington.
Methow Arts Alliance enriches the lives of people living in rural Okanogan County by making the arts an integral and dynamic aspect of community and economic vitality, public education and civic life. Methow Arts recognizes the arts to be an essentialpart of a thriving community, and engages a diverse population in innovative programs that integrate the arts into the consciousness and experience of people of all ages.
The Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival combines professional performances of classical music with spectacular natural settings; builds collaborations with local, regional and national organizations serving the educational and artistic needs of North Central Washington; and furthers the Methow Valley’s presence as a cultural center for the arts. The Festival spans over ten days each late July-early August.
The Merc Playhouse is a community venue in the Methow Valley dedicated to fostering a broad-based appreciation for performing arts by providing a season of top quality theater productions, both self-produced and in collaboration with other performing arts organizations,educational and performing opportunities in theater arts and an inspired rental space for other organizations.
TwispWorks is an historic property, a visionary partnership of the entire Methow Valley community and a gateway to our region.
Our goal is to promote economic vitality in the Methow Valley by transforming the former U.S. Forest Service complex in Twisp into a vibrant center for art, agriculture, innovative technology and education.
Partners use the varied spaces on our 6.4 acre campus for programs and activities that bring energy and vitality to the community.
The Methow Valley, in north central Washington, extends from Pateros to Mazama. Winthrop is located in the northern portion of this valley at MP 193 of SR 20, the scenic North Cascades Highway.
The Winthrop Gallery, located in downtown Winthrop, is proud to represent the talent of this area and beyond. It represents the many professional artists of the region as a cooperative gallery and is now staffed and managed entirely by its artist members and volunteers.
The Winthrop Rhythm and Blues Festival is in its 25th year of successful festivals. It is the largest and longest running blues festival in the state of Washington. The festival is located in the beautiful Methow Valley in Winthrop WA along the stunning Methow River. It is simply one of the best places to have a festival. The Winthrop Blues Festival is a 501©3 non-profit organization run by the Winthrop Music Association.
Arts Partner Information
Methow Valley Arts connects audiences with the work of our many resident and visiting artists and the organizations that provide a breadth of arts programming. It is a celebration of the vision, genius and creativity that abound in the Methow Valley. Over ten annual Arts Partners make this project a reality. Each partner is dedicated to collaborative promotion of the Arts & Culture in our region.
Arts Partners receive: Priority coverage in Quarterly Methow Valley Arts Magazine, Monthly E-NEWS, Website services and listings, broad marketing of all project components and much more. To subscribe or learn more contact Info@MethowArtsAlliance.org or 509.997.4004
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