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.
OUR 2020 PENCIL DRAWING CONTEST
The Arts Guild is excited to offer the Pencil Drawing contest again this year. The area school student and interested adults are invited to participate in this yearly contest. The original contest was initiated by Chewelah resident, Cary Earl who funded the cash prizes. In honor of Mr. Earl's dedicated effort to encourage drawing, the Guild has continued to offer the contest.
Funding of the "Chewelah Bucks" prizes is currently in honor of a Guild Member who lost a great-grandson, Kade Thomas Comer McPheters, in a tragic accident.
Entries must be submitted to Kay Lupton (contact to arrange) by March 4, 2020.
You are invited to
our Monthly Meetings
on the 3rd Tuesday of each month
@405 N 3rd St E, Chewelah, WA
(Chewelah Center for the Arts)
from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
In the Spotlight…
Chewelah Arts Guild Presents:
A celebration of creativity
Our next PechaKucha presentation will be on March 18, 2020 at Quartzite Brewing starting at 7:00 p.m.
Presenters are Gary Benedict, K S Brooks, Chris Lewalder, Jake and Patrick, Chuck and Laura Richie and Peter Roesler.
Each presentation consists of 20 projected images, shown at 20 second
intervals, with commentary by the presenters. Audience members describe it as fascinating, inspiring, interesting, fun, informative, and awesome.
The Chewelah Arts Guild
Community Art Show
Each year, this exhibit showcases an amazing wealth of local talent and skill. Paintings, photographs, collages, sculptures, recycled art, jewelry, fabric art, pottery, glass and wood works, and written pieces all created by area artists, hobbyists and craftsmen and area students. This year's show was a wonderful example of the art created in our area. This year we included an Artist's Reception to provide a space for artists to get to know each other better and share ideas and their joy of art.
Thanks go out to the Susanne Griepp & Leslie Kristiansen, the organizers, all the volunteers and especially the artists and teachers who make this an amazing show of locally created art.