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July is a great time to enjoy Wenatchee's Art!

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July Wenatchee's Art flyer
Pick up your walking map in participating venues and Pybus Public Market. Or, download your own copy at Wenatchee Downtown Association's website.

Participating July Venues

10 N. Mission St.
New-orangutan is Wenatchee’s first art-in-empty-spaces shared artists’ studio, In their front windows, orangutan will present installations or bodies of work designed to be viewed from the public sidewalks or street.  The inaugural installation is by Wenatchee artist, Kasey Koski. Andy’s Print is a large format felted tribute to her brother.  On months with First Fridays art walks, orangutan will be open to the public.

Coyote Corner Kid’s Art Room
Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center
127 Mission St
T-Sat:10 – 4
Closed July 4th
New-The children’s art room at Coyote Corner provides art exploration for elementary-aged children. Families can visit during museum hours and enjoy an environment filled with art making materials such as various papers, watercolors, scissors, pencils, crayons, clay, art books, and more.

MAC Gallery on WVC Campus
New Music & Arts Center on WVC Campus 5th St.
Open building hours.

Closed July 4th
The WVC Art Department presents a group exhibition of work by current and former students. The strength of the show belies the fact that most of the pieces were culled from our stash of abandoned projects. 

Lemolo Café & Deli 
114 N. Wenatchee Ave.
Sun-Th:11 - 4, F-Sat:11 - 8ish
July 4th: ‘til 8-ish
July’s featured artist at Lemolo Cafe is Lori Reister. She says about her work, “Artistically, I am a detail painter with a streak of impressionist! I strive to get an emotional response between colors and the subject matter.”

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
428 King St., Wenatchee
Tues – F: 1 – 5 pm
Open July 4th with artist’s reception 5 - 8pm

Lance Dooley: The Greatest Sacrifice.  The focal point will be a large bust of Jesus depicting the moment his spirit departed. Lance wants to draw the viewer into the moment so that one’s own life could be reflected upon. Visit one of Wenatchee’s architectural jewels. St. Luke’s is a beautiful old sandstone church with outstanding leaded glass windows.

Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center 
127 South Mission St.
T-Sat:10 – 4

Closed July 4th
The “River of Baskets” celebrates the amazing work of contemporary Columbia River Tribal Basketweavers, from Canada to the U.S.  Don’t miss this new exhibit of over 100 baskets, showcasing their work in context with traditional pieces.

Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce   
1 S. Wenatchee Ave. 
M – F: 9-5, Sat - Sun: 11-5 

Closed July 4th
Rod Daut presents a mixed show of traditional land-art photography and a second group, starting with his traditional shots that he digitally manipulates into abstractions.

Art on the Avenues
Around Wenatchee, enjoy 83 sculptures, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Caffè Mela 
17 N. Wenatchee Ave.

M - F: 7 - 6, Sat - Sun: 8 - 4, 
Open ‘til 6p July 4th
The first thing people say about living in Wenatchee is the sense of community.  Encountering Wenatchee is a portrait series highlighting people who are a part of Wenatchee Valley Community. Accompanying the portraits are stories of what they love about this town!

Flyers and walking maps at participating venues.
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