These are our Arts Organization Members, if you would like to have your arts organization here become a member.
Over the last ten years, Carnegie Picture Lab has established partnerships with 13 schools in Washington and Oregon, serving over 185 K-5 classrooms, and reaching over 4,000 elementary schoolchildren. Within a school year, our programs provide over 2,000 hours of classroom teaching, the only dedicated art instruction most of these children receive. Beyond the classroom, hundreds of children participate in community events, after-school programs, and summer workshops presented by Carnegie Picture Lab.
Since its remodeling and rebirth in 2001, the historic Liberty Theater in Dayton, Washington has been a home to first-run cinema, live stage productions, guest artist concerts, foreign films, short-film festivals, civic events and even weddings. In other words, it is a unique community place.
Studio Opal Boutique is a specialty boutique in the heart of Historic Downtown Walla Walla. Founded by Kathy Nelson, Studio Opal began as a handmade jewelry shop and grew to apparel, home, and more.
The Walla Walla Dance Company strives to offer the highest level of dance instruction in a positive, respectful, and caring environment. We ask that all students, parents, and guests abide by our house rules and follow our code of conduct.
We believe that the discipline of dance cultivates a positive environment within our walls and beyond.
The Walla Walla Symphony is committed to making our region a better place to live through awakening a passion for the arts in as many people as possible. With over a century’s experience training and developing countless generations of classical musicians and music lovers, we have been and continue to be a vital thread in the arts and cultural fabric of Walla Walla. As the oldest continually-operating symphony orchestra west of the Mississippi, we are the only arts organization in our community capable of providing world-class full symphonic and classical music experiences.