The TwispWorks Community Plaza will be a place for artists to reach their audiences, performers to entertain and the local and visiting community to celebrate the natural environment and history of the Methow Valley.
The Plaza will be located in the center of campus and include an information kiosk, performing arts pavilion, sustainable landscape and pathways and spaces for people to gather and interact with one another.
Come find out more about this exciting project and take a virtual tour on Saturday, May 28th at the TwispWorks Open Campus event!
Artist Studios’ will be open from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Stop by eqpd to tour their newly expanded production facility and make sure you visit the Tree Cooler to check out Perri Howard’s new studio! Or take a Methow Skills workshop on the ancient art of papermaking!