Next at Confluence: ‘Crows and Ravens’
Confluence Gallery’s next exhibit, “In the Company of Crows and Ravens,” will open on March 16 and continue through May 1. The show is curated by Jennifer Molesworth and Caryl Campbell.
According to a Confluence press release, “The family Corvidae embraces crows, jays, magpies and nutcrackers. Members of this family are wonderfully intelligent, mysterious and magical. Corvids are social, noisy, aggressive, playful, and mischievous . … and provide a rich source of inspiration to create art.”
Opening March 13 and continuing through May 1 is an exhibit by of works by Laura Gunnip, “Wild Constellations.” For information, visit www.confluencegallery.org or call 997‑2787.
Historical visions of snow
The Shafer Historical Museum will display 18 photos from its collections from the 1900s to 1930s that typify what wintertime was like for residents of Methow Valley towns, through April at the Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp.
The photos are typical of what the early 1900s winters were like, according to a press release from the Shafer Museum. The images show how people played, traveled, worked, harvested and plowed roads.
Suggested donation is $5. Children 18 and younger can view the exhibit for free. Please wear masks when viewing the photos.
Photographs can also be viewed at the Shafer’s website, www.shafermuseum.org.
‘Kiss the Ground’ screening
Classroom in Bloom will host a free screening of the film “Kiss the Ground” on March 18, from 7 – 9 p.m., via Zoom. The film is a full-length documentary narrated by Woody Harrelson that sheds light on a “new, old approach” to farming called “regenerative agriculture,” according to a Classroom in Bloom press release. A community discussion will follow.
For information about watching the film, visit www.classroominbloom.org/new-events/2021/3/18/kiss-the-ground-film-screening-and-community-discussion, or email email@example.com.
R&B Festival up for awards
The Winthrop Rhythm & Blues Festival has been nominated for three awards from the Washington Blues Society’s BB Awards.
The nominations are for Best Blues Graphic for the 2020 poster, the Keeping the Blues Alive award, and the Best Virtual Performance award, for the 2020 virtual festival.
Active Washington Blues Society members will vote online through March 9 to determine the winners.