2021 — Year in arts January 5, 2022 by Methow Valley News Photo by Natalie Johnson Methow Valley’s Pride Festival took place on June 27 — one of the hottest days of the year in 2021. Photo by Natalie Johnson — Methow Valley Pride Festival drew a large, happy, brightly dressed crowd to TwispWorks June 27 for the revival of the once-annual pride march. Photo by Natalie Johnson Local band The Full Uplift performed over the summer at TwispWorks. Photo courtesy Rebecca Gallivan Tamarack recorded their portion of the virtual Cascadia holiday concert. Photo by Natalie Johnson CoronAnthology debuted at The Merc, showcasing a selection of community-submitted reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo by Natalie Johnson — The Bitterroot Beets performed at Sun Mountain’s Patterson Lake cabins June 26 as spectators floated on the lake. Photo by Steve Mitchell —Methow Arts kicked off summer at Patterson Lake with a boat-in concert featuring The Bitterroot Beets. Photo by Marcy Stamper Tedra Hamel, the artist behind Therapy Chicken Art, showed off her creations at Twisp’s Fall Art Walk. Photo by Natalie Johnson — Adam “A.J.” Corner performed a head spin at Methow Arts during a demonstration of breakdancing by students of Miguel Renteria at Twisp’s Fall Art Walk. Photo by Natalie Johnson The Gothard Sisters performed in July at the John Doran ranch in Twisp, one of two concerts organized by Methow Arts.