Welcome to the Chewelah Arts Guild
The Chewelah Arts Guild is a non-profit community support group that has been promoting the Arts in the Chewelah area since 1999.
The purpose of the Chewelah Arts Guild is to support the growth, development, appreciation and understanding of the arts in their various forms and to make the arts accessible to all members of the greater Chewelah community.
Our Vision Statement is:
Chewelah: A community that values, supports and promotes the arts.
You can become a
Chewelah Arts Guild Member now.
May 25 & 26, 2019
A MUST SEE QUILT SHOW!
Chewelah Arts Guild Meetings
are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
N E WA HEALTH PROGRAMS MEETING Bldg.
509 E Main Ave, Chewelah
(behind the dental office at 616 E Main, Chewelah)
5:30 to 7:00 pm
In the Spotlight…
TASTE OF CHEWELAH
June 20, 2019
Taste of Chewelah tickets are available now:
This annual event is a major Guild fundraiser that supports art events and scholarships in our community. This is a walking event that features downtown Chewelah restaurants where a variety of entrees chosen by the chefs are served in the restaurants. The works of local artists can be seen gracing the walls and street musicians add to the festivities. This event is based at Quartzite Brewing Company where dessert is served and many intriguing Art items are offered in our annual silent auction. Tickets are limited to 250 so get yours now.
MUSIC ON THE MOUNTAIN
Gonzaga University Symphony Orchestra made its Music on the Mountain debut May 18 and the concert was spectacular. The orchestra is a blend of gifted GU music students, Gonzaga alumni and
Spokane professionals. The conductor is Kevin Hekmatpanah, who doubles as a cellist with the Spokane Symphony. As the Spokesman-Review music critic Larry Lapidus wrote, their performances “leave ‘em in the aisles, begging for more,” And that's exactly what happened at the Chewelah Peark Learning Center on May 18th!
Thanks goes out to the many community members who make this concert possible including: the financial supporters, the Chewelah Peak Learning Center, and the many volunteers who make the event happen. A Vinson Fund grant made it possible to rent portable risers so that the audience could see the members of the orchestra during the performance.