January 23-March 20, 2015
Sean Connaughty uses water as his medium to display living artworks, primarily as a series of floating biospheres displayed in aquariums. Science, physics, and ecology artfully unite through his experimentation and imagination.
A public reception will be held on Thursday, February 12 from 4:30-7:00 p.m. with an artist talk at 6:00 p.m.
November 5-December 31, 2014
Visit the Elk River Arts Alliance Gallery & Gift Shop on Main Street this Holiday for unique hand made gifts!!! Sweaters, mittens, paintings, ceramics, stained glass and ...More
Presented by Great River Regional Library System
January 14, 2015
Join Gary Harbo as he teaches how to draw Manga characters. This class is for ages 12-18. Please bring a sharpened lead pencil and eraser. Registration is required. Limit of 12 ...More
January 26, 2015
This event features guest artist, Trevor Paglen’s work which deliberately blurs the lines between science, contemporary art, journalism, and other disciplines to construct ...More
January 6-February 16, 2015
This annual exhibit has been a great opportunity to exhibit 1-2 pieces of art from top artists from throughout Minnesota. This year, Visual Arts Minnesota would like to see it as ...More
March 1, 2015
The Karkowska Sisters Duo is an award winning, internationally acclaimed ensemble that in addition to a recital and chamber music repertoire performs extraordinary programs of ...More
February 6-March 20, 2015
Work by CSB/SJU Faculty Carol Brash; Jim Hendershot; Sam Johnson; David Paul Lange, OSB; Rachel Melis; Scott Murphy; Simon-Hoa Phan, OSB; Elaine Rutherford; and Andrea Shaker. Media ...More
Presented by Elk River Arts Alliance
February 8-March 26, 2015
The 2015 Arts in Harmony International Juried Art Show will be held at the Sherburne County Government Center in Elk River Mn. from Monday, February 2 to Thursday, March 26, ...More
|Legends (Holiday Inn)||12/19/14-|
|Ho Ho Ho kids night at Texas Roadhouse|
Ho HO Who is excited to see Santa? Well tonight you can make a Santa of your own to decorate your room for the holidays!! Using cotton balls and construction paper you can make a one of a kind Santa! We'd love to see you stay for dinner where your lil buckaroo's meal is .99!! Plus they get cotton candy, ice cream sundae bar, and a prize!! Mosey on over for a boot scootin' good time!
|Texas Roadhouse||12/22/14||Waite Park|
|Let It Snow Kids Night at Texas Roadhouse|
Whew - we made it through another holiday! We need more snow!! Let it snow at the kids table by making snow flakes. Using just paper and scissors, ok and maybe some glitter...Let it snow! Stay at Roadhouse to warm up with a kids meal for only .99!! AND cotton candy, prizes, and an ice cream sundae!
|Texas Roadhouse||12/29/14||Waite Park|
|National Core Arts Standards Workshop|
Receive an overview of the new National Core Arts Standards with one of the authors of this recent arts education initiative. Discover how all of the new arts standards interface to support student learning. We will identify essential strategies for using the standards to help all learners succeed, explore instructional and assessment strategies, and see how the national Model Cornerstone Assessments can be used for mapping student learning. 1 CEU credit is available for attending this...
|ISD728 Regional Arts Partner, Perpich Center for Arts Education||01/08/15||Elk River|
|Learn the art of Gel Printing|
Learn Gel Printing, a process of making designs on fabric using fabric paints. Contact the library for details! Limit 12.
|Great River Regional Library System||01/09/15||Belgrade|
|Teen Writer's Club|
The Teen Writing Club is for all teens who enjoy writing and would like to share ideas, get suggestions and explore new ways to write.
|Great River Regional Library System||01/13/15||Delano|
|Beginning Manga Art Lesson |
Join Author/Illustrator Gary Harbo for cartooning lessons! Bring a sharpened lead pencil, eraser and some paper for your creations. For ages 9-18. A Legacy event
|Great River Regional Library System||01/14/15||Foley|
|Work of Art: Recordkeeping and Financial Management for Artists|
If working with numbers drives you crazy, we have clear, simple methods for setting up your financial books. Learn how Budgets and Cash Flow Statements help you plan for profit. Making accurate projections about what to expect allows you to plan for it and to prosper.
This ten-session workshop series is presented by Springboard for the Arts and is developed for artists practicing in all disciplines - visual, performing, literary arts and more. Sessions are held on Thursdays at Granite...
|Springboard for the Arts||02/19/15||Elk River|
|Work of Art: Simple Business Plans for Artists|
A business plan will help you grow your artistic business, a.k.a. your career. This session explains how to prepare a simple business plan, in arts friendly language. A business plan is an essential planning tool for any small business (even if you’re “just a painter!”).
This ten-session workshop series is presented by Springboard for the Arts and is developed for artists practicing in all disciplines - visual, performing, literary arts and more. Sessions are held on...
|Springboard for the Arts||03/19/15||Elk River|
|Work of Art: Pricing Your Work - Getting Paid for What You Do|
While many artists excel at the design and production of their work, they feel far less confident when it comes to deciding what the price ought to be. Most want to be compensated fairly, but what does that mean? In this workshop we discuss what to consider as you ‘do the math’ both for people who are producing products and for those providing services.
This ten-session workshop series is presented by Springboard for the Arts and is developed for artists practicing in all...
|Springboard for the Arts||04/16/15||Elk River|
Inspired by natural bone forms, rural technology, and geometric structure, sculptor Sam Spiczka has produced an unsettling body of work that is both modern and intensely primal, public yet deeply personal.
|Paramount Theatre and Visual Arts Center||03/04/15-|
|Tristan Perich's Machine Drawing|
A contemporary composer and sound artist, Tristan Perich’s work is inspired by the aesthetic simplicity of math, physics, and code. His award winning work couples 1-bit electronics with traditional forms in both music and visual art. Perich’s work will be on display through the semester’s end.
|St. Cloud State University- SCSU School of the Arts||03/01/15-|
|CSB/SJU Senior Art Major Exhibition|
This exhibition features work presented in a variety of media from this year's senior art majors at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University.
|CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series||04/13/15-|
|Work of Art: Funding For Artists|
This session’s topic is generating income. We’ll discuss the value of multiple income streams. We’ll cover research and application preparation techniques for grants, fellowships, scholarships, and residency programs available to individual artists. We’ll also talk about finding and maintaining partners in the community as a strategy for expanding your audience and appealing to potential funders.
This ten-session workshop series is presented by Springboard for...
|Springboard for the Arts||05/21/15||Elk River|
|Work of Art: Social Media for Artists|
Social Media is everywhere these days but how do you know what is worth your precious time and energy? This crash course in social media will equip you with a better understanding of the what, how and why of online tools for marketing your work, staying abreast of your field and connecting to your clients and colleagues.
This ten-session workshop series is presented by Springboard for the Arts and is developed for artists practicing in all disciplines - visual, performing, literary...
|Springboard for the Arts||06/18/15||Elk River|
|Monday Night Jazz|
Every Monday from 8pm – 10:30 you can hear the best jazz in Central Minnesota as led by Muggsy Lauer and Karl Van Beckum. Each week, many musicians join the cast to play and sing the jazz classics that are truly American. Stop down every Monday for the best in jazz! As always – music in the Lounge is FREE!
|Pioneer Place Theatre Company||05/15/14-|
|JD Jorgenson - Time and Place|
JD's clay work focuses on three components: time, place, and material. Jorgenson's work uses native clay, wood firings, as well as techniques learned during his apprenticeship at the St. John's Pottery combined with current approaches.
|CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series||05/30/15-|
|Millstream Arts Festival Best in Show|
Millstream Arts Festival and Fine Arts Programming team up again to honor the 2014 Best in Show exhibiting artist from this locally grown festival.
|CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series||06/02/15-|