• Upcoming Events
  • Arts and Music

     

    The Snoqualmie Valley has many organizations and events that celebrate local artists and musicians. More events and information can also be found on our Festivals page.

     

    Art Gallery of SnoValley, a Mt Si Artist Guild Collective

    The Art Gallery of SnoValley is a non-profit collective of local artists dedicated to exhibiting quality art on a year-round basis in downtown Snoqualmie, as well as providing workshops and art education to the local community. Visit their website www.artgalleryofsnovalley.com for more information on upcoming                       events.





     

    North Bend Jazz Walk

    The North Bend Jazz Walk is a one-day jazz festival in early Fall with 15 venues in Downtown Historic North Bend. Visit their website for current schedules, line-ups, and more!

     

     

     

     

     

    Snoqualmie Arts Commission

    The Arts Commission advises the City Council on public artwork. It promotes and encourages public programs to increase interest and engagement in the fine and performing arts. Commission members also work toward preservation of Snoqualmie’s cultural heritage. The Arts Commission hosts multiple Art Walks during the summer months.

    Visit their Facebook page for more information on what projects they are working on!

     

    Snoqualmie Arts Market

    The Snoqualmie Arts Market (SAM) is designed to serve as a place from which you can navigate the sights and sounds, tastes and talents, people and places in the wondrous little city of Snoqualmie. The community's active arts scene and dynamic farming culture are represented through a collection of local food and crafts vendors, arts presentations, and food demos. Also featured are educational and outreach booths highlighting health, lifestyle and educational projects, local businesses and the non-profit community. The SAM is hosted in Downtown Historic Snoqualmie during the summer months. 

    Visit the Snoqualmie Arts Market website for more information.

     

    Fall City Arts

    Fall City Arts is an organization dedicated to encouraging awareness, appreciation, and exploration of the diverse visual and performing arts in their community. The organization is involved with several annual events in Snoqualmie Valley, including Fall City Days and the Snoqualmie River Fish Festival, and they have funded several performance groups.

    Visit their website for information on upcoming events and ways you can get involved!

     

    Duvall Cultural Commission

    The Duvall Cultural Commission builds civic identity and economic vitality through the support, education and promotion of the arts, culture, and heritage for the Duvall community. The Duvall Cultural Commission is a City of Duvall, seven to nine member commission. Commissioners are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council to serve a three year term. DCC is an all volunteer organization with a city staff liaison. They offer programs and events in all forms of art and heritage and make recommendations to the City on public art policy.

    Visit their website for a list of upcoming events and projects. 

     

    Valley Center Stage

    The Valley Center Stage is doing business as a part of Intuitive Learning System - A not-for-profit theater arts organization devoted to igniting the spontaneous creative spirit that exists in all people.

    Their performances, public classes and customized workshops invite people of every age and background to explore the joy and the intuitive power of improvisation as conceived and structured by Viola Spolin. The Valley Center Stage is in its seventh year of presenting Improv & Variety shows, plays and special events.

    Visit their website for more information.

     

    Mount Si Artist Guild

    The Mount Si Artist Guild is a gathering of local artist in the Snoqualmie Valley.  The Guild fosters and promotes the visual fine arts through encouragement, education and events.  Members provide a positive environment for artistic growth, practical skills within a supportive creative community.  MSAG creates a source of educational instructions for the community such as constructive critiques and workshops for the growth of individual artists and members.  MSAG also participates in community-initiated as well as guild sponsored events, creating opportunities for artists to show their work as well as interact with the community.  Learn more at the guild website, www.mtsiartistguild.org.