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‘From Junk to Jewels’ is theme of this weekend’s Trashion Show

‘From Junk to Jewels’ is theme of this weekend’s Trashion Show

Confluence Gallery and Art Center presents the fifth annual Trashion Show on Saturday (April 25) at the Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp. Doors open at 6 p.m.; the show starts at 7 p.m. The runway fashion show, featuring garments made from “upcycled” materials, is recommended for ages 13 and up. General admission is $15...
Lightner is newest face at Confluence Gallery

Lightner is newest face at Confluence Gallery

Sarah Jo Lightner is the new administrative assistant at Confluence Gallery and Art Center in Twisp, joining the staff, board of directors and volunteers who keep the gallery’s day-to-day operations running smoothly, Executive Director Salyna Gracie said. “We are happy to introduce Sarah Jo to our patrons as she …
Shift in perspective at Confluence’s new show

Shift in perspective at Confluence’s new show

“This has to do with change — we kind of get stuck in what we perceive as being normal and don’t perceive that change is occurring,” said Dan Brown, one of three curators of Confluence Gallery’s new show …
Sixth-graders display art, poetry at Confluence

Sixth-graders display art, poetry at Confluence

Multi-media collages and poetry created by Methow Valley sixth-graders will be displayed at Confluence Gallery & Art Center in Twisp from April 18–May 30. The student exhibit was inspired by a field trip to Confluence’s “Tracks” exhibit in January, where students explored the featured art by writing about it. The display coincides with April being...
Arts briefs: April 1, 2015

Arts briefs: April 1, 2015

Life drawing class A four-week class in life drawing, with instructor Robin Nelson-Wicks, begins April 16 at Confluence Gallery in Twisp and continues for the following three Thursdays. The classes are from 6 – 8 p.m. Cost is $80 for the series. Live models will be part of the instruction. For more information and to register, call...
Methow Valley Fund awards $70,480 to local nonprofits

Methow Valley Fund awards $70,480 to local nonprofits

The Methow Valley Fund, managed by the Community Foundation of North Central Washington, has recently awarded $70,480 in grants to Methow Valley nonprofits. Established in 2006, the Methow Valley Fund provides grant funding to charitable organizations that are meeting needs and developing strong, sustainable programs that enhance the Methow Valley. The fund is advised by...
Artists rally to support Confluence exhibit

Artists rally to support Confluence exhibit

A dozen artists and supporters of the arts demonstrated in front of Confluence Gallery to show their support for the gallery — but also to head off any steps by the gallery board to limit the independence of curators.
Arts Briefs: March 25, 2015

Arts Briefs: March 25, 2015

Wildfire art in Leavenworth “The Art of Wildfire,” an exhibit featuring several Methow Valley artists, will run from April 1 – 30 at the Blackbird Bistro in Leavenworth. The exhibit is presented by Confluence Gallery in Twisp in collaboration with the Chumstick Coalition as part of the Leavenworth Community Wildfire Preparedness Week. For more information, call 997-2787...
‘XX XY’ explores gender, biology and culture in Confluence exhibit

‘XX XY’ explores gender, biology and culture in Confluence exhibit

The four curators of Confluence Gallery’s new exhibit, “XX XY,” posed provocative questions in their call for art: Does a single chromosome really make that much of a difference between the sexes? Is there more to the obvious …
‘Tracks’ traces the past, present and future at Confluence Gallery

‘Tracks’ traces the past, present and future at Confluence Gallery

By Laurelle Walsh Mary Lou McCollum began thinking about tracks as she went on her daily walks along Wolf Creek Road near Winthrop. “Alongside the road I was seeing garbage, dried-up snake skins, cigarette butts, and I started thinking about what has been here before … the tracks of what humans leave behind,” she said....