Sunday, October 12 | 7 pm | MacRostie Art Center Tickets $10 | Doors open 6:30 pm The Cedar’s MN Express is made up of Nicholas Gaudette, Nathan Hanson, Sara Pajunen, ...
ON VIEW | August 1 – 30 Sponsored by Rapids Printing Open to artists from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, and South Dakota, this annual event celebrates variety and rewards excellence among regional artists. This year the exhibition will feature 44 works by 33 different artists in both two- and three-dimensional categories. The works were […]
On View | August 1 – 30 Sponsored by Greater Insurance Service Bogs, A Love Story is a video documentary and an onsite installation that highlights our relationship to bog ecosystems. Directed and produced by Christine Baeumler and recorded and edited by Amy Waksmonski, The documentary features experts in the Grand Rapids area from a […]
Calling all potters: experienced, emerging, and aspiring! MacRostie Art Center is organizing a series of events to create ceramic bowls for the 12th annual Itasca Area Empty Bowls fundraiser. The fundraiser event will be held in October and raises funds for the Community Cafe, a local hunger relief agency. Join us for a workshop in […]
ON VIEW | Minnesota Gallery | July 2 – 30 Sponsored by First National Bank of Coleraine Joonja Lee Mornes’ abstract landscape paintings are inspired by nature and changes in light throughout days and seasons. Though they represent no specific place in the world, they harmonize her memories of rice fields in Korea with her […]
ON VIEW | MacRostie Gallery | July 2 – 30 Sponsored by North Homes Children and Family Services Liza Sylvestre is from Minneapolis and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art from the University of Minnesota. Her early life and adolescence was defined by a significant and progressive hearing loss. Communication became increasingly […]
Whimsical Rhythms presents a collection of prints by Anna Cain. The works are primarily in scratchboard and linoleum block with textures that are complex and detailed. Cain incorporates strong elements of pattern, line, and shape in her intricate depictions of flowers and animals, characters, and landscapes. “Scratchboard is a slow process,” says Cain. “I sketch the general composition before filling in […]