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Rise from the ashes and celebrate at the Phoenix Festival  this weekend

Rise from the ashes and celebrate at the Phoenix Festival  this weekend

By Laurelle Walsh

“We’re done burning, man!” is the motto of the Phoenix Festival, a creative arts festival and benefit for fire and flood relief that rises from the ashes at TwispWorks on Saturday (Oct. 18) from 2-10 p.m. TwispWorks, Methow Arts Alliance and …

Arts briefs: October 8, 2014

Arts briefs: October 8, 2014

This week: Bluegrass at Spartan Art on Oct. 12, Cuba comes to Confluence on Oct. 24, Painters’ retreat on Oct. 24-25 and Cashore’s marionettes coming on Nov. 1
Arts briefs: October 1, 2014

Arts briefs: October 1, 2014

Gunnip’s works at The Loovre “What’s Whole is Already Broken,” an installation by local artist Laura Gunnip, is now on exhibit at The Loovre — the bathroom at Confluence Gallery in Twisp, where smaller shows can be accommodated. Gunnip’s work will be on display through Nov. 8, concurrent with the main gallery show, “The Big Sleep.” Murder...
‘Conversations on Finality’ opens at Confluence

‘Conversations on Finality’ opens at Confluence

By Ann McCreary

A Confluence Gallery art exhibit on the subject of death that opens on Saturday (Sept. 27) has been planned for more than a year — long before the Methow Valley was struck by July’s devastating firestorms and August’s destructive mudslides. As the community works to move forward — and in some cases …...

Arts briefs: Sept. 24, 2014

Arts briefs: Sept. 24, 2014

New show at Winthrop Gallery The Winthrop Gallery will host an artists’ reception on Oct. 4 in conjunction with the opening of the gallery’s “Shrines, Altars and Sacred Objects” exhibit. The free event begins at 5 p.m. The exhibit opens Oct. 1 and continues through Nov. 24. For more information, call 996-3925.  Submissions sought for...
Arts briefs: September 17, 2014

Arts briefs: September 17, 2014

This week: Confluence exhibit opens Sept. 27, Merc seeking stories about the fires, and Merc auditions for 2014 – 15 season
Confluence executive director steps down

Confluence executive director steps down

By Don Nelson Confluence Gallery & Art Center in Twisp is looking for a new executive director following last week’s resignation of Nicole Ringgold after three years as the top staff person at the gallery and gift shop on Glover Street. Ringgold, whose home was recently destroyed in the Rising Eagle Road Fire, said she...

Rivers focus of discussion at Confluence Gallery

In conjunction with its current exhibit “Our River,” Confluence Gallery & Art Center in Twisp will host a panel discussion on Friday (June 13) about local rivers and what they mean to us as a community. The informal discussion begins at 6 p.m. and will be facilitated by Derek Van Marter, executive director of the...
Finding the meaning of ‘Our River’ at Confluence

Finding the meaning of ‘Our River’ at Confluence

By Marcy Stamper
Rivers are an essential element of life, providing nutrients for fish, water for humans and animals, and moisture for plants. In its new exhibit, “Our River,” opening Saturday …
Arts briefs: May 14, 2014

Arts briefs: May 14, 2014

This week: Pinkerton reads from debut novel, The Amish project coming to the Merc in June, and River is focus of next Confluence exhibit