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‘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....
Enter ‘a land of snow and indigo’ at Confluence Gallery this week

Enter ‘a land of snow and indigo’ at Confluence Gallery this week

By Laurelle Walsh
Imagine a land of snow and indigo, a land of stillness, deep blue shadows, cold, crisp air and glittering icicles. Before we know it, the Methow Valley will be cloaked in winter’s white and icy blue, and the holidays will be upon us. Confluence Gallery & Art Center recognizes the coming...
Learn ekphrastic poetry from a pro

Learn ekphrastic poetry from a pro

By Laurelle Walsh
Seattle slam poet and teaching artist Daemond Arrindell returns to the Methow Valley for a two-day workshop in ekphrastic poetry on Saturday and Sunday (Nov. 8 – 9) at Confluence Gallery and Art Center. The workshop is appropriate for writers high school-aged and older, and qualifies for professional …
Gracie takes over as Confluence Gallery’s executive director

Gracie takes over as Confluence Gallery’s executive director

By Don Nelson
Salyna Gracie brings an all-encompassing love of the arts to her new role as executive director of Confluence Gallery & Art Center in Twisp. Gracie, who began her new job on Tuesday (Nov. 4), is also co-owner of The Studio, a few doors …
Arts briefs: Oct. 29, 2014

Arts briefs: Oct. 29, 2014

This week: Confluence hosts community discussion about death, Auditions for children’s theater, Dance lessons for kids, and Cascadia to stage guitar concert
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 15, 2014

Arts briefs: October 15, 2014

This week: A night in Havana on Oct. 24 and Marionettes in Winthrop on Nov. 1
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...