Those looking to get a head start on their Mother’s Day presents can take home a virtual earring workshop hosted by the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center come Saturday.

“There’s no music scene out there,” said Conner Faulkner, talking by phone from Los Angeles about his hometown of Wenatchee. That’s why the 25-year-old artist, known professionally as “Dyve,” moved to L.A. to follow his career goals.

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center closed to the public on Nov. 17, but its retail spaces are now open by appointment. These appointment-based spaces include the gift shop and the 90th Anniversary Women Painters of Washington art gallery, according to a museum news…

WENATCHEE — There are ghosts haunting Wenatchee’s downtown buildings, leaving their traces along brick walls and alleyways. Some allude to the area’s fruitful orchard industry, others to departed mechanics and blacksmiths, but all are rich with stories of the past.

Susan Lagsdin is a local writer, retired teacher and WVC instructor, and Write On The River board member emeritus. Recently I caught up with her to talk about her craft.

Wenatchee Valley College has a very unique art class available this fall called Art 143, or Natural Science Illustration. If you are inspired at all by the natural world or would like to experiment with new media, this might be a class you would love.

MOSES LAKE — The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center has launched its own YouTube channel to highlight current exhibits while the doors remain closed to the public. Grant County is in Phase 2 of the state's reopening process, and the museum will not be able to open to the public until the cou…

For dancer Tomas Sauceda, art is more than just about cool moves, it’s a way to help children cope with life’s challenges and to build-up community ties. The 30-year-old Wenatchee-born street dancer, hopes to one day open a studio, as well as make a name for himself in the world of dance.