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TwispWorks artist sets out ‘to carve something bigger’ than herself

TwispWorks artist sets out ‘to carve something bigger’ than herself

By Laurelle Walsh

Stone carver, university professor and part-time valley resident Batya Friedman slowly chips away on an ancient limestone pillar at her …

Entrepreneur comes ‘eqpd’ to launch new business in Twisp

Entrepreneur comes ‘eqpd’ to launch new business in Twisp

By Ann McCreary
Launching a manufacturing business in a place as remote as Twisp has its challenges, Jonathan Baker acknowledges. “But the challenges are …
Arts briefs: June 18, 2014

Arts briefs: June 18, 2014

This week: Artists reception at Sun Mountain on June 22, Pottery on Wednesday nights with Matt Armbrust, or see Ian McFeron in two free shows
Baroque music meets slam poetry at the Spartan Art Project

Baroque music meets slam poetry at the Spartan Art Project

By Laurelle Walsh

The cozy quarters of the Spartan Art Project will play host to another “Intimate Performance” on Friday (June 20) at 7 p.m. on …

Town OKs TwispWorks change to nonprofit

Town OKs TwispWorks change to nonprofit

By Ann McCreary TwispWorks will soon be owned and operated by a nonprofit organization, as it transitions ownership from the Public Development Authority to the TwispWorks Foundation. The Twisp Town Council recently gave its approval for the transition, which will give TwispWorks more flexibility to carry out programs and improvements on the campus. The sale...
Twisp Art Walk 2014

Twisp Art Walk 2014

Saturday, June 7, Twisp temporarily shut down Glover Street and hosted the annual Art Walk with events and openings all along the street and on the TwispWorks Campus.
Get acquainted with TwispWorks and its partners

Get acquainted with TwispWorks and its partners

Open Studio Saturdays begin at TwispWorks this Saturday (May 24) from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Every Saturday through Aug. 30, visitors will be able to see Methow Made goods being created and visit with the artists, crafters and entrepreneurs that call TwispWorks home. Around 10 studios will be open each week, according to TwispWorks Entrepreneurship Coordinator...
It takes a village — and a lot of muscle — to create a garden

It takes a village — and a lot of muscle — to create a garden

By Laurelle Walsh
The TwispWorks Native Garden has doubled in size in the last month, thanks in large part to the efforts of seven AmeriCorps members: The National …
Public hearing on TwispWorks’ proposed conversion to nonprofit scheduled May 23

Public hearing on TwispWorks’ proposed conversion to nonprofit scheduled May 23

By Ann McCreary
A public hearing will be held on May 23 regarding the intent of the Twisp Public Development Authority (PDA) to sell the majority of the property …
Community briefs: April 30, 2014

Community briefs: April 30, 2014

This week: Shop a little at Just Bee-Cause, saddle up for Bike rodeos scheduled in May, June and MCS students attend convention