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Dia de los Muerts: Craft Tutorial

Day of the Dead: Craft Tutorial

Bring the Day of the Dead Celebration alive in your home with fun, hands-on crafts. Pick up the supply kits at our partner businesses through the Hispanic Business Council at the Chamber of Commerce, while supplies last. Supplies can be picked up beginning Tuesday, October 27. Pick-up Locations: Edward Jones- Financial Advisor: Mina Gomez Seattle…

Bring the Day of the Dead Celebration alive in your home with fun, hands-on crafts. Pick up the supply kits...

Women in Politics

Women in Politics Q&A Session

Women are powerful agents of change, and the far-reaching benefits of diversity and gender parity in leadership and decision-making are increasingly recognized in all spheres. Still, women continue to be vastly under-represented in decision-making in politics, businesses, and communities. Join us on Wednesday, October 21 at 12 PM for the Women in Politics Q&A session…

Women are powerful agents of change, and the far-reaching benefits of diversity and gender parity in leadership and decision-making are...

Salmon Bake

Salmon Bake – A Virtual Celebration

Join us virtually as Wenatchi/P’squosa elder Randy Lewis presents a traditional blessing of water and salmon. One of the Plateau tribes’ most significant ceremonies is the First Salmon Feast, marking the arrival of salmon to traditional fishing grounds. Lewis, the great-great-grandson of Sam Miller, founder of the Miller-Freer Trading Post, the anchor to the original…

Join us virtually as Wenatchi/P’squosa elder Randy Lewis presents a traditional blessing of water and salmon. One of the Plateau...

Dia de los Muertos Altars

Day of the Dead: Altars

Join Ashley Sinner, Outreach & Public Relations Coordinator, as she learns the history and traditions of Day of the Dead Altars from local artist Terry Valdez and Columbia Valley Community Health Tech Specialist Miguel Jimenez. Watch to discover how-to build your own altar at home. While we are unable to host our traditional large scale…

Join Ashley Sinner, Outreach & Public Relations Coordinator, as she learns the history and traditions of Day of the Dead...

Museum Reopening

Come Visit Us at the Museum!

We are excited to welcome our members and visitors back to the Museum! Learn more about the Museum’s reopening in this video, and reserve your visit today at: https://www.wenatcheevalleymuseum.org/reopening/ WATCH NOW: https://youtu.be/n6RIld5uXbI We look forward to seeing you at the Museum again soon! Please note: Coyote’s Corner is closed until further notice.

We are excited to welcome our members and visitors back to the Museum! Learn more about the Museum’s reopening in...

Nature Mandala

Artistic Creations: Nature Mandala

Join local artist Amber Zimmerman and the Wenatchee Art Education Consortium and learn to make a Nature Mandala! In this video you’ll learn how to use leaves you find in your yard, or leaves you make, to make a geometric patterned mandala. WATCH NOW: https://youtu.be/eiOJkeQ_quw Supplies: Square Paper Pencil Leaves A circle to trace (paper…

Join local artist Amber Zimmerman and the Wenatchee Art Education Consortium and learn to make a Nature Mandala! In this...

Women Painters of Washington

Women Painters of WA Awards

The Wenatchee Valley Museum is proud to present the exhibition “Raising Our Voice: Empowering Women” in partnership with Washington State Historical Society and Women Painters of Washington. This exhibit celebrates women’s suffrage and features the 90th anniversary show of Women Painters of Washington. Watch this video to discover the history behind the Women Painters of…

The Wenatchee Valley Museum is proud to present the exhibition “Raising Our Voice: Empowering Women” in partnership with Washington State...

Charcoal Owl Drawing

Artistic Creations: Charcoal Owl Drawing

Join local artist Amber Zimmerman and the Wenatchee Art Education Consortium to draw using charcoal! In this video you’ll learn how to make a charcoal owl drawing, and learn about shading and perspective. If you don’t have charcoal, you can try using pastels, or crayons! WATCH NOW: https://youtu.be/kD3h9GMuh3U Supplies: Charcoal Eraser Paper Be sure to…

Join local artist Amber Zimmerman and the Wenatchee Art Education Consortium to draw using charcoal! In this video you’ll learn...

Dismantling Racism in Education

Social Justice Forum: Dismantling Racism in Education

Watch the Wenatchee Valley Museum and a panel of local educators discuss dismantling racism in education, a part of our Social Justice Series conversations. Sixty-six years ago, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that “separate but equal” education was unconstitutional; however, race and economic disparities continue to be barriers to…

Watch the Wenatchee Valley Museum and a panel of local educators discuss dismantling racism in education, a part of our...

Modeling Clay

Artistic Creations: Modeling Clay

Join local artist Martha Flores and the Wenatchee Art Education Consortium to learn how to work with modeling clay! In this video you’ll learn how to make a clay turtle and a clay bear. If you don’t have modeling clay, you can try using playdoh! Watch Now: https://youtu.be/tBd4hzJsbYs Supplies: Modeling Clay Skewer/pencil/popsicle stick (optional) White…

Join local artist Martha Flores and the Wenatchee Art Education Consortium to learn how to work with modeling clay! In...

Charcoal Drawing

Artistic Creations: Charcoal Drawing

Join local artist Amber Zimmerman and the Wenatchee Art Education Consortium and learn to draw shapes using charcoal! In this video you’ll learn how to make a charcoal sphere and cone, and learn about shading and perspective. If you don’t have charcoal, you can try using pastels, or crayons! WATCH NOW at: https://youtu.be/EF9bDgI0-uk Supplies: Charcoal…

Join local artist Amber Zimmerman and the Wenatchee Art Education Consortium and learn to draw shapes using charcoal! In this...

Curator's Corner: Artwork of Emogene Wells

Curator’s Corner: Artwork of Emogene Wells

Join Collection’s Coordinator Anna Spencer as she takes a look at original watercolors of local artist Emogene Wells, wife of pioneer hardware and orchard businessman A.Z. Wells. Our collection of Emogene’s work was donated by a distant relative and includes many pieces from 1906. WATCH NOW The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center is opening…

Join Collection’s Coordinator Anna Spencer as she takes a look at original watercolors of local artist Emogene Wells, wife of...