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The Big Shaabang@TwispWorks

Here in the Methow Valley we like to kick off the summer high season with a Big Shaabang! Come join us for a fun, free, family event featuring live music, open art studios and delicious local food and drink! Come chat with some of the Valley’s most talented artists and craftspeople, tour the native plant and natural dye gardens, cool off in the Plaza splash pad or just enjoy a picnic lunch on the lawns. The Big Shaabang is a celebration of everything that makes summer the Methow so wonderful – the bounty of the valley, the arts and the community!

What: The Big Shaabang@TwispWorks
When: Saturday May 25th Noon-3PM
Where: TwispWorks
Who: YOU! All ages welcome
How Much: FREE!

20,000 Fathoms at the Spartan Art Project

Liberty Bell High School Senior Tyler White has curated this diverse art show featuring local artists as the basis of his senior project.

Even with the ever-increasing knowledge about our earth and our oceans, we still only know a fraction of what it holds. We can only imagine what kind of weird, horrible creatures stir in the twilight depths. Having lived on this planet for tens of thousands of years, you would think we would discover every corner of the globe.
I would ask artists to tap into their feelings of repressed uncertainty, loneliness, and fear. What expressions would the artist convey as suffocating as emptiness? Why are our lungs filled with blue? What if the food chain snapped?
I am asking artists to create pieces that show their vulnerabilities. Take away the feelings of rapture and dive deep into emotional oceans.

The Spartan Art Project is located to the north of Building #9 on the TwispWorks campus.

20,000 Fathoms at the Spartan Art Project

Liberty Bell High School Senior Tyler White has curated this diverse art show featuring local artists as the basis of his senior project.

Even with the ever-increasing knowledge about our earth and our oceans, we still only know a fraction of what it holds. We can only imagine what kind of weird, horrible creatures stir in the twilight depths. Having lived on this planet for tens of thousands of years, you would think we would discover every corner of the globe.
I would ask artists to tap into their feelings of repressed uncertainty, loneliness, and fear. What expressions would the artist convey as suffocating as emptiness? Why are our lungs filled with blue? What if the food chain snapped?
I am asking artists to create pieces that show their vulnerabilities. Take away the feelings of rapture and dive deep into emotional oceans.

The Spartan Art Project is located to the north of Building #9 on the TwispWorks campus.

20,000 Fathoms at the Spartan Art Project

Liberty Bell High School Senior Tyler White has curated this diverse art show featuring local artists as the basis of his senior project.

Even with the ever-increasing knowledge about our earth and our oceans, we still only know a fraction of what it holds. We can only imagine what kind of weird, horrible creatures stir in the twilight depths. Having lived on this planet for tens of thousands of years, you would think we would discover every corner of the globe.
I would ask artists to tap into their feelings of repressed uncertainty, loneliness, and fear. What expressions would the artist convey as suffocating as emptiness? Why are our lungs filled with blue? What if the food chain snapped?
I am asking artists to create pieces that show their vulnerabilities. Take away the feelings of rapture and dive deep into emotional oceans.

The Spartan Art Project is located to the north of Building #9 on the TwispWorks campus.

20,000 Fathoms at the Spartan Art Project

Liberty Bell High School Senior Tyler White has curated this diverse art show featuring local artists as the basis of his senior project.

Even with the ever-increasing knowledge about our earth and our oceans, we still only know a fraction of what it holds. We can only imagine what kind of weird, horrible creatures stir in the twilight depths. Having lived on this planet for tens of thousands of years, you would think we would discover every corner of the globe.
I would ask artists to tap into their feelings of repressed uncertainty, loneliness, and fear. What expressions would the artist convey as suffocating as emptiness? Why are our lungs filled with blue? What if the food chain snapped?
I am asking artists to create pieces that show their vulnerabilities. Take away the feelings of rapture and dive deep into emotional oceans.

The Spartan Art Project is located to the north of Building #9 on the TwispWorks campus.