Tomorrow evening, meet the next generation of great artists, take a crash course in geometry and engineering, and get your hands dirty with clay and beeswax. It’s Art Walk time again. Here is your monthly guide to what’s happening this First Friday.
WENATCHEE — Tomorrow evening, step outside your comfort zone through spoken word and dance, dive into deep space and spend a few minutes reflecting on the natural world. It’s Art Walk time again. Here is your monthly guide to what’s happening this First Friday.
WENATCHEE— The First Friday Art Walk is taking the month of January off, so this will be your last walk until February. That feels like a million years away, doesn’t it? From the Art Walk venues and artists themselves, your monthly guide:
Several school districts are in partnership with Icicle Creek Center for the Arts to bring the performing arts back into their schools. As an example, Eastmont School District received an in-house grant to facilitate this action and the first result of the collaboration is a 45-minute musical called “The New Improved Hansel and Gretl: the Musical, which toured area schools this month. In just one week, the play was performed for 10 area elementary schools (including ones in the Eastmont, Leavenworth and Cashmere school districts) and was seen by over ...
WENATCHEE — There are a few hallmarks of a healthy arts community. First, in towns where the arts thrive, there are venues where local artists can display their work. Second, artists in healthy arts communities have the opportunity to hold their work up for critique by their fellow professionals. This weekend, North Central Washington artists will get both.
WENATCHEE — The Numerica Performing Arts Center proudly announces the 2015 Stanley Lifetime Achievement Award winners: Terry Valdez as the recipient in the professional division and Adele Wolford as the recipient in the volunteer division. These winners will be recognized at the Numerica Festival of Trees “Holiday Spice” concert at the Numerica PAC on November 19 at 7 p.m.
WENATCHEE — After you check out the Bailey/Allan show at the Robert Graves Gallery, make a swing through town to see the rest of this month’s First Friday offerings. Here’s your monthly Art Walk guide from the walk organizers:
Journalist Marja Mills spent time living next door to the author of "To Kill a Mockingbird." The memoir she wrote about the experience is our Columbia River Reads selection. Mills will speak about the book Thursday night at the Wenatchee Public Library.
CHELAN — Gallery Muse, located across the street from Campbell’s Resort on Woodin Ave. in Chelan, will close later this month. Rose Weagant Olcott and her husband, Jason Olcott, opened the gallery last December. The couple also owns a bar just down the street called A Shot of Gratitude.
On August 19, 2015, and after a previous summer that saw our communities fighting what was then the largest wildfire in Washington State history, another hellacious wildfire ignited in our neighborhood. Access to this fire meant negotiating a poorly designed and dangerous road, with only one way in and that same way out. In the early moments, the fire exploded, driven by fickle and excited winds in the narrow canyon. In what must have been a desperate attempt to outrun the smoke and flame, a forest service fire engine, E642, ...
The First Friday Art Walk program is alive and well in Wenatchee. In fact, it’s growing. In April the walk jumped the river, with the opening of the RadarStation Gallery in East Wenatchee — a quirky, well-curated showcase for surrealist art. And this month the Wenatchee Book Company is joining the walk. Check out what’s happening at the bookstore and the rest of the Art Walk venues here in your monthly guide.