PO Box 517
Highway 20 & S. Glover Street
Twisp, WA 98856
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.
Arts at TwispWorks
Sara Ashford, fabric arts; Lisa Doran, clothing design and sewing arts; Donna Keyser, painting and exhibit design; and Steve Ward, metal artist.
Artist in residence program
In partnership with Artist Trust, Methow Arts, Confluence Gallery and other partners, TwispWorks invites four artists per session to live in our Bunkhouse and use surplus space on campus to create work and interact with the community.
Sculptures by local and regional artists offer experiences to visitors and residents.
Staff and Board
Amy Stork, Interim Executive Director
Tori Karpenko, Director of Partnerships and Administration
Anne Acheson, Office Manager
Board of Directors:
Ray Johnston, President
Dr. Mary Anne Quigley, Secretary
Ed Geiger, Treasurer