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Wenatchee's March Art, experience its diversity!

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March Art Poster
Poster Image:"Emily", Artists:Tamara and Brent Rust, Installation: Portraits, Venue: Caffe Mela. Walking/Driving Map: 10 participating venues.

March 2014 Participating Venues

Arts Walk March 7th, 5 – 7 pm

Installations through March

The idea is a simple one.  By joining many individual venues into an organized art walk, the collective effort magnifies our community’s interest and cultural awareness in the arts. The hope is to move people around town into different venues that offer different art experiences.

MAC Gallery on WVC Campus

New Music & Arts Center on WVC Campus 5th St.

Open during building hours

First Friday Artist Reception: 5 – 7 pm
Natalie Schmidt Dotzauer:Romanced. Once and future WVC sculpture instructor Natalie Schmidt Dotzauer displays recent work reminiscent of a bygone era. The installation engages viewer participation in a multi-sensory experience, and evokes a down-home feel, but with a witty and ironic edge.

Pybus Public Market
3 N. Worthen St
First Friday Reception 5 – 7 pm
The Event Center at Pybus welcomes you to their first fine art exhibition. 14 of Wenatchee’s established artists present a variety of painting in styles from traditional realism to abstract expressionism to surrealism.

Lemolo Café & Deli
114 N. Wenatchee Ave.
Sun-Th:11 - 4, F-Sat:11 - 8ish
First Fridays: ‘til 8-ish
Featuring the dramatic local photography of Josh Tarr.

Robert Graves Galleryon WVC Campus
1300 5th St, Wenatchee, WA (Sexton Hall, WVC off 9th St)
M: 8 am - Noon & 4 – 7 pm
T, W, Th: 9 am - 1 pm
Every Friday 5 - 7 pm
First Friday: 5 pm – 7 pm

Through March 20th Robert Graves Gallery will continue to exhibit paintings based on Arabic calligraphy, poems by Rummi and the Quaran by Salma Arastu. Salma is from India and now lives in California.

Wenatchee Campus Theatre
Wells Hall (WVC off 5th and 9th St.)
March 6,7,8 (Thurs, Fri, Sat) at 8:00pm
General Admission $8 Students/Seniors $4
First Friday: 8 PM
WVC Drama presents“The Canterville Ghost”,an amusing ghost story from the short story by Oscar Wilde. A fun play with fun characters and a special surprise!

The Attic Window Quilt Shoppe
4 S. Wenatchee Ave.
M-Sat: 9-5:30
First Friday Artist Reception 5-7
Jan Davies displays and discusses her quilts. Jan’s more traditional work leans toward geometric combinations of bright colors with juxtaposing fields of black. Non-traditionally, she creates picture quilts with numerous types of embellishments.

Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
127 South Mission St.
T-Sat:10 – 4
First Fridays (FREE Admissions): 10 am - 7 pm
Last chance to view the museum's current Small Artworks Gallery installation featuring the work of 13 North Central Washington artists. All art in the show is less than 11 inches, for sale at $100 or less.

Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce   
1 S. Wenatchee Ave.
M – F: 9-5, Sat - Sun: 11-5
First Friday Artist Reception: 5  – 7 pm
Dan Fitting: Through the Lens…seeing beauty. Dan’s photography displays a wide variety of interests, from scenery to nature to architectural design. He writes, “I try to never get locked into just one particular theme, there is interesting beauty all around us.”

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

Caffè Mela
17 N. Wenatchee Ave.
M,W,Th,F: 7 - 4, Sat - Sun: 8 - 4,
This First Friday: Open ‘til 6 PM
Brent & Tamara Rust bring you different vignettes of intimate portraits across various styles including up close tattoos, sport centered images, and personal moments in time.


Flyers and walking maps at participating venues.
Printable PDF of flyers at:
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