This week: Intimate evening at Spartan Art on Sept. 6, Pipestone rehearsals resume on Sept. 4 and Phoenix Festival rises next month at Twispworks.
Confluence Gallery’s annual Methow Valley Home Tour has evolved over the previous dozen years, said Louise Stevens, a member of the planning committee for this year’s tour, a self-guided event on Saturday (Aug. 9) from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. In the beginning, the tour featured homes of the log cabin variety, then it moved on to...
This week: Pipestone students play Friday, Confluence exhibit opens Saturday, Home Tour coming up Aug. 9, and a list of Cancellations due to the fire.
By Ann McCreary
Among different cultures throughout history, ravens have been seen as heroes and troublemakers, tricksters and transformers, harbingers of good and evil. A powerful symbol and subject of mythology, folklore, art and literature, ravens are
This week: On April 26, we've got ‘Raven’ opening at Confluence, Winthrop Gallery exhibit opens, Music at Spartan Art Project, and String students offer recital. Not on April 26, Willy Wonka Jr. is coming to The Merc May 9 and the Wizard of Oz in Omak on May 2.
This week: Students' artwork on display in Wenatchee, Jazz choir concerts coming in April, OVOC spring concert on Sunday in Omak, it's time to Start talkin' trash about the Confluence's fashion show, and Cascadia awards student scholarships to local young musicians.
By Ann McCreary
Woman: Lady. Girl. Female. Chick. Dame. Broad. Lassie. Wench. Maiden.
The many facets of womanhood are explored by more than 30 artists in a new exhibit, “Woman: An Artist’s Interpretation,” opening at Confluence Gallery and Art Center on Saturday (March 8) …
This week: Cacadia offers scholarships, Winter jazz, Confluence explors definition of 'woman', Christen on cover
Kids' art parties at Confluence Gallery
Global hip-hop at the Barn
Exhibit at The Studio
Dog & cat photo contest
By Laurelle Walsh
Walking into the new show, “Teachers and Their Students,” at Confluence Gallery and Art Center is like entering a schoolhouse filled with art: black chalkboard walls, an elementary alphabet banner, school desks and a door to the principal’s office set the scene.