Get Inspired - Connecting Key Peninsula with the arts

Two Waters Arts Alliance (TWAA)

is a collaborative and community-based organization that facilitates participation and education in the arts for the people of the Key Peninsula and surrounding communities.

In 2019 TWAA’s focus is on the Artists in Schools program, children’s theater, family events, and promotion of local artists.

TWAA is supported by donations, memberships, volunteers, and grants. Help the arts thrive on the Key Peninsula by becoming a participant or supporter.

Our Spring 2019 Newsletter is out!

See what’s been happening with Two Waters recently and how you can get involved! Our Spring newsletter is now available for viewing here.

Homeschool classes begins soon!

Are you a homeschool parent looking for educational activities for your child? Did you know Two Waters Arts Alliance offers art classes at The Mustard Seed Project? Classes will begin in a few weeks!

We would love to hear from you as to how Two Waters can support your arts eduction.

Learn more about our homeschool opportunities here

Featured Class

Calling all folksong enthusiasts! If you enjoy singing and playing, come join us for Hootenanny! – presented by Two Waters Arts Alliance and The Mustard Seed Project. Hootenanny will be held the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 2:00 – 3:00 pm.

January 14, 2020 2:00-3:00pm – Crandall Center – 9016 154th Ave court NW, Lakebay, WA 98349

Join us for our board meetings at the Key Peninsula Civic Center in Vaughn, the third Friday of the month at 1:00 p.m. We meet in the VFW Room.

TWAA is partnering with The Mustard Seed Project to bring teaching artists to the Senior community.

Sign up with The Mustard Seed Project online or at their location at 9016 154th Avenue CT NW in Key Center.

TWAA is the recipient of a generous grant from The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation in support of arts programming on the Key Peninsula and in its schools.

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