Mighty Tieton

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Mighty Tieton is an incubator for artisan businesses. This small group of entrepreneurial urban and rural designers, architects, artists, and creative individuals is working in the Central Washington town of Tieton, fifteen miles west of Yakima. Our goal is to revitalize the economy of the town and region by combining creative and professional skills, and connecting with local resources to build successful businesses involving art, design, hospitality, and recreation.

Several artisan businesses have started under the Mighty Tieton banner, including a fine press and bindery, a typographic mosaic signage business, a printmaking studio and press, a goat cheese creamery, a cidery, a kite production facility, book warehousing, and a production facility for producing lamps for Graypants. We also have two event spaces, rental cabins for short visits and longer residencies, and several artist's studios.

For more photos of Mighty Tieton events and environs visit our Flickr page. You can also visit the Paper Hammer Studios shop at 613 Elm Street. We are usually open regular business hours. At this time, however, the Mighty Tieton homes and studios are not regularly open to the public.

Visits and short tours MUST be arranged in advance. To schedule a visit, please write to events@mightytieton.com or call (509) 494-2009. Tours are $5 per person.

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Events & News

10x10x10xTieton Call for EntriesMonday, March 14th - Monday, June 13

A call for artwork no larger than 10 inches in any dimension.

Tieton Grand PrixFriday, June 24 - Saturday, June 25, 2016

Make way for hand-crafted motor vehicles racing, parading, and on display.

10x10x10xTieton ExhibitionSaturday, August 13th - Sunday, October 9th

The results are in! Celebrate the wonder of small art with 10x10x10xTieton

Highland Community DaysFriday, August 19 - Saturday, August 20, 2016

A raucous event weekend, filling the park with vendors, the streets with horses, and ears with mariachi music. Don't miss the Saturday morning parade!