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Culture | Arts
The Importance of Contemporary Art in NCW”

The Importance of Contemporary Art in NCW

Wondering what’s going on in the art world of North Central Washington? A great place to learn about the local art scene – artists, venues, styles, how to get involved – is at a free panel discussion this Saturday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m. at Wenatchee Valley College. The event will be held in Grove Hall, in the Music and Art Center.
Wenatchee | Arts | Visual Arts
Wenatchee's Novermber Arts Poster

Wenatchee's November Arts & Art Walk start Nov 7th 5p

Each 1st Friday you have the opportunity to enjoy our valley's art and talk with the artists. Of course each venue and every artist wants you to come see their work. However these groups who participate with listings in the November Arts Brochure also want you to look beyond their walls…because they know that art grows and lives in nooks and crannies. So, when you go out art walk night, take in as much as you're able...you’ll be making an investment in growing depth and diversity in our local arts ...
Wenatchee | Arts | Visual Arts
Wenatchee's October

Wenatchee's October Art

From performance art in a parking lot to art in the galleries; a pop-up museum to the art of wine bottle labels; artists' studios open house to artists demonstrating the craft of their art....October has some interesting art experiences. Get up and get out to enjoy our creative vibe!
Community Connections | Arts | Visual Arts
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Karen Dawn Dean | Next step: Season No. 4

Wenatchee’s arts walk started under the umbrella of artist and gallerist Charleen Martin, who believed that with art experiences, like potato chips and antique stores, one is never enough. When, in February of 2011, she published a list and map of which galleries were open on the first Friday evening of the month, what they were showing and where they were located; the art walk, dubbed Wenatchee First Fridays, was born.