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Methow Made: An autumn arts weekend in the Methow Valley

TWISP — Spend a few minutes talking with someone in the Methow Valley and chances are good the conversation will eventually turn to The Big Decision: the moment when this person chose, with clear intention and moral conviction, to pack up their life in Seattle or Bellevue or Wenatchee and move here, to this valley of natural beauty, outdoor recreation and a concentrated wealth of artistic talent.

Five Things to Know about Music Theatre of Wenatchee

Music Theatre of Wenatchee has enjoyed a tradition of excellent community theater in the greater Wenatchee area since 1961. It is a non-profit enterprise governed by a volunteer board of trustees. Our goal is to provide quality entertainment and a chance for community members to share talents, make new friends, learn new skills, and enjoy the excitement that live theater offers. Here are five things to know about Music Theatre of Wenatchee:
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Merc Playhouse names new executive director

The Merc Playhouse in Twisp has annouced that Missi Smith will take over later this month as the theater’s executive director. Smith will replace current executive director Jane Hubrig, who has held the position for the past six years.
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Who is ‘Eve in the Orchard?’ A Wenatchee Valley Museum mystery

The woman in the photograph wears a dress of leaves and holds a snake in one hand, an apple in the other. Her hair is styled like a young Bette Davis. She is surrounded by apple trees and men with cameras. The staff of the Wenatchee Valley Museum call the old black and white photo “Eve in the Orchard.” What exhibit curator Bill Rietveldt wants to know is, who is that woman? 
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First Friday Art Walk: The October edition

It’s Art Walk time again. This month’s offerings include dancers in motion and on canvas, a pop-up museum of your own prized possessions, and a collection of wine labels that are too pretty not to peel off the bottle and put in a frame. For a full list and schedule, go to: wenatcheefirstfridaysartswalk.tumblr.com.
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A life of writing: Newbery winner Jack Gantos to speak to NCW students about his books

FBI agents swarmed the lobby of the Chelsea Hotel in New York City in the summer of 1971. Twenty-year-old Jack Gantos stood frozen. He knew he’d been caught. Later, he would learn that the Feds had known about the drug running operation since the start, since before Gantos and a partner set sail from St. Croix to New York in a boat packed with two thousand pounds of hash, and since before Gantos pushed a stolen shopping cart full of the imported drugs to buyers throughout the city. The ship’s ...
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Citing fire, gallery director resigns

“We did not choose to lose our home in a wild fire,” wrote Nicole Ringgold in her latest blog entry. “We were suddenly — unpredictably — thrust into a position to make decisions that we otherwise wouldn’t have considered.”

Art studio seeking artists

Three artists who make up a collaborative and share work space in downtown Wenatchee are seeking additional artists to join the group.
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Fine Arts Festival draws 40 artists from around the Northwest

CHELAN — July has given way to the heat of August, and the dust from last weekend’s rodeo in Omak is settling. Come noon Friday, the Fine Arts Festival will have the last of its booths up and the band will be getting ready to play.

LEAP fundraising goal falls short

Sad in an age when a guy can get get money hand over fist to make potato salad, but a Wenatchee multimedia arts project to be funded largely through Kickstarter missed its goal this week.

Methow writing contest will bring one play to life next spring

Dear aspiring writer and/or theater aficionado: yours is a hard and thankless job, but what if we told you we found what might be your perfect breakthrough? The Methow Valley Theater in Twisp is hosting a playwright competition starting now, and any and every creative mind in Okanogan and Chelan county is invited. But this isn’t any old writing contest where they toss you a plaque and some cash at the end of it — no, there’s a much cooler prize at stake: the chance to have your play performed ...