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Exhibits by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community at the Hallberg Center for the Arts in Wyoming, MN, a regional art center just north of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Black & White Art Show

Hallberg Center for the Arts

Exhibit Challenges Artists to work without color

Opening Thursday, October 19, the 3rd annual Black & White art exhibit returns to the Hallberg Center for the Arts, which is owned and operated by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community.  This exhibit was open for submission to all artists, and challenges their creative approach to the art by eliminating color.  Open to all mediums, this show forces the artists to focus and composition and balance.

October 19, 2017 PEOPLE's CHOICE WINNERS:

With artists from throughout the Twin Cities area and as far away as Alden, North Mankato, Grasston, and Rush City (plus we have entries from Maine and the United Kingdom!) entering their work into this 3rd edition of Black & White, this exhibit is sure to a diverse and exciting show of original artwork.

The opening ceremonies with complimentary refreshments and people's choice voting will run from 4pm to 8pm on Thursday, October 19, 2017.  

This event remain open to the public through November 25, 2017 during regular art center business hours.  Located at 5521 East Viking Blvd, in Wyoming, MN, the Hallberg Center for the Arts is open Tuesdays through Fridays from 4pm to 8pm and Saturdays from noon to 4pm.

Two years ago, with the establishment of the art center, the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community has brought new exhibits of artist's work to the area almost every month.  This past year, the organization interviewed artists from throughout the region and have now booked the main gallery with new exhibits into 2019.  Today, the organization has 189 members not just from this area, but throughout the Twin Cities, up through Princeton and Mora, down through Stillwater, and into western Wisconsin.  

It should be mentioned that this organization has no paid staff, everything they do is through donations, grants, and countless volunteer hours.

The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community encourages personal growth and discovery, providing mentorship for artists through presentations, performances, displays, classes and exhibitions.

WACAC Mission:

(adopted April 19, 2012)

Our mission is to encourage creative expression, promote networking of local artists of all ages, and champion a learning environment that builds community participation in the arts.

Find out more about the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community at:  https://WyomingCreativeArts.org