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See ceramic artists working at Methow Valley Clay Art Fest

See ceramic artists working at Methow Valley Clay Art Fest

Methow Valley Clay Art Center on the TwispWorks campus hosts the Methow Valley Clay Art Fest this weekend (Aug. 6-9). The event begins on Thursday with a potluck “meet ‘n greet” and ceramic exhibition from 7 – 9 p.m. On Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., the festival’s featured ceramic artists will …
Stork steps down as TwispWorks executive director on Sept. 1, will return to consulting

Stork steps down as TwispWorks executive director on Sept. 1, will return to consulting

Amy Stork, executive director of TwispWorks, will leave that job on Sept. 1 and return to her previous work as a consultant for nonprofits and community organizations, Stork said last week. “I am so proud to have been a part of all that has been accomplished here over the last six years, including my four...
Arts briefs: July 1, 2015

Arts briefs: July 1, 2015

McCollum exhibit at Methow Gallery The Methow Gallery at TwispWorks is exhibiting works by local artist Mary Lou McCollum. The gallery is open Thursday and Friday from noon–5 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Visitors can also see and purchase the work of Methow Valley artists Terry Hunt, Donna Keyser, Laura Karcher and Matthew...
Arts briefs: June 24, 2015

Arts briefs: June 24, 2015

Students exhibit at Spartan Art Gallery Artists of the Methow Valley Young Adult Art Intensive — a three-day art camp for teens happening this week in Twisp — invite the public to view their work at an exhibition on Friday (June 26) from 6-8 p.m. at the Spartan Art Gallery on the TwispWorks campus. “This camp is about encouraging kids...
TwispWorks begins work on community gathering space in campus parking lot

TwispWorks begins work on community gathering space in campus parking lot

A new information kiosk under construction in the sprawling TwispWorks parking lot is the first of several new features that will transform the space into a community gathering place, Executive Director Amy Stork said this week. “A number of things will happen there to develop it into a public plaza to be used by TwispWorks...
A historic building is transformed at TwispWorks

A historic building is transformed at TwispWorks

TwispWorks, the nonprofit “center for creative entrepreneurship” on 6 ½ acres in the heart of Twisp, celebrates the opening of the Bernard Hosey Founders Building with an open house during Art Walk on Saturday (May 23) from noon-4 p.m.
Arts briefs: May 6, 2015

Arts briefs: May 6, 2015

Book reading in Wenatchee Portland-based author Molly Gloss will discuss her new book, Falling from Horses, at the Wenatchee Public Library on Thursday (May 7). The free event begins at 7 p.m. and will be followed by a book signing. Gloss is the author of five novels. For more information, call (509) 662-5021. Senior project...
Community briefs: April 15, 2015

Community briefs: April 15, 2015

Bricks still available For a limited time, it will cost you only $40 (rather than $50) to order a brick to be installed in the community garden at the Methow Valley Community Center, as the fundraising effort enters its second phase. The first phase is completed and the bricks can be seen at the garden....
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...
Rural prosperity conference to be held at TwispWorks

Rural prosperity conference to be held at TwispWorks

“Rural Pathways to Prosperity,” a conference organized by Washington State University’s Cooperative Extension office, will be hosted by TwispWorks on April 17 from 8 a.m.–2:30 p.m. A WSU press release describes the conference as “a day of inspiration, learning and regional networking to create jobs and improve your economy, add value to your existing rural...