Summer Art Sale

June 27, 2019, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm

Stop by The Center for Creativity and support local art and artists at our 5th Annual Summer Art Sale! The Summer Art Sale features unique works of art in ceramic and printmaking by regional professional and emerging area artists, including studio members and instructors at the Center for Creativity. Proceeds support the participating artists and the Robert Kurkowski Ceramic Studio in the Center for Creativity.


Events Calendar

December 2016

Other Exhibitions

Athena LaTocha

June 05, 2019 - September 30, 2019

Athena LaTocha (b. Anchorage, Alaska) is a Hunkpapa Lakota / Keweenaw Bay Ojibwe artist whose large-scale works on paper explore the tenuous relationship between natural landscapes and landscapes marked by human intervention . . .

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Guillermo Guardia

June 03, 2019 - August 31, 2019
Recent Works

The exhibition will showcase new ceramic works by Guillermo Guardia, created since he moved to the Twin Cities in 2017.

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Third Space

June 04, 2019 - August 10, 2019
New work by Liza Sylvestre

Exploring the ways in which senses alter experience and perception, emerging artist Liza Sylvestre’s work operates at the intersection of our senses and communication.

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The Other Four

July 13, 2019 - November 30, 2019

With rare exceptions, art objects are created to be experienced visually. The Other Four is an exhibition experience that negates the visually dominant art experience hierarchy by presenting artwork designed specifically to engage the other four senses.

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Generation

June 01, 2019 - March 22, 2020
Women Artists in the Plains Art Museum Collection

Despite decades of critique, direct activism, and multiple waves of feminist art movements, artworks in the collections of art museums around the world – including Plains Art Museum – are proportionately dominated by men. This year’s permanent collection reinstallation will explore the Museum’s acquisitions of artwork by women since our inception as the Red River Art Center in 1965.

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