Tillamook Coast Life Blog
Gettin’ artsy with it
The Tillamook Coast is home to more than 300 artists who make their living writing, painting, performing, photographing, stone-cutting, and glass-blowing.
With pop up art shows, Art Accelerated provides a market for local artists through many avenues. Events and activities for all ages are offered.
Inside what was once a one-room school house in Neskowin, this art gallery has been attracting visitors for 39 years. With the original owner and artist still on hand to greet visitors, stop by and admire watercolors, acrylics, and mixed water media pieces inspired from worldly travels.
From kids art camps to stone sculpting seminars to music, theatre and performance events of all kinds, locals and visitors use this place to learn, watch and create.
A 200 seat historic theater shows new release movies as well as the occasional live music and comedy performance. Located in downtown Tillamook.
Bringing musical talent to the Tillamook Coast four times per year; open to the public for a wide variety of productions. Visit their website for this season’s schedule.
Being on vacation doesn’t mean you have to miss your trip to the gym. Plus, while visiting Nehalem you can walk through an art gallery, and catch a show, after you pump some iron.
Set in a beautiful historic building at the top of the hill in Nehalem, the North County Recreation District [NCRD] has a swimming pool, exercise center, and a newly remodeled theatre. The NCRD offers drop-in daycare during the summer months and boasts an art, science, and theatre camp every summer. Year-round art shows and musical performances, such as Winterfest make the NCRD a cultural hotspot.
TAPA (Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts) has been “puttin’ on plays” for 40 years, performing year-round in the big red community barn at the south end of the town of Tillamook.
This charming venue draws international performers and ensembles who wow the crowds with spectacular music. It also hosts week-long residencies for musicians.