Mighty Tieton

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. Mighty Tieton's goal is to help 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 printmaking studio and press, a goat cheese creamery, a cidery and gift-fruit business, a kite production facility, book warehousing, event spaces, rental cabins for short visits and longer residencies, and several artist's studios.

You can visit the Paper Hammer Studios at 613 Elm Street. We are usually open regular business hours. At this time, the Mighty Tieton homes and studios are not regularly open to the public. Visits and short tours can be arranged in advance. To schedule a visit, please write to events@mightytieton.com.

This downloadable PDF shows properties currently available.

Check out available properties here.

For many more photos of Tieton, events, and enterprises visit our flickr page.

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Events & News

Tieton Open HouseSaturday, April 26, 11 AM - 3 PM

Spring Barrell weekend, Tieton invites you to absorb sunshine, sip wine and cider, and find out what's new. A free, fun, family-friendly event.  

Tieton Pop Up MarketSaturday, April 26, 11 AM - 3 PM

A market of things made by people who live in and around Tieton: cheese, cider, eggs, honey, woven baskets, vintage and antique items.

10x10x10xTieton Call for EntriesCFE closes Monday, June 16

TA&H's juried international art exhibition featuring work no larger than ten inches in any dimension.The 2014 juror is curator and arts editor, Vicki Halper.

Tesselated LanguageApril 26 - July 6

In honor of the Tieton Mosaic Project, Tieton Arts & Humanities will be hosting a curated exhibition, "Tesselated Language," featuring six Washington State artists working in a number of media, including mosaic.