If you have not heard of us before, Arts@MSP is a partnership between the Airport Foundation MSP and the Metropolitan Airports Commission. The program includes visual arts, performing arts, and exhibits that showcase the cultural and natural heritage of the Upper Midwest. We will use this newsletter to share updates about arts and culture programming at MSP, and to announce upcoming commissioned art projects and other opportunities to get involved with our program.
Opportunities for Artists
Opportunities for Artists to Show, Fund, and Teach
The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community offers opportunities for artists to show, sell and teach at the beautiful Hallberg Center for the Arts in Wyoming, MN.
CALL FOR ARTISTS
The 9th Annual That's What Eye Saw
A collaborative exhibition of artistic photography
Opening Thursday, January 18, 2024 at the Hallberg Center for the Arts. That's What Eye Saw features stunning photography from regional photographers.
This exhibit will be open to all regional artists in a show of original photography. Submitted photography can be ANY subject.
This exhibition will be on display through February 17, 2024.
2024 McKnight Fellowships for Fiber Artists
Call for Applicants is Open!
Two $25,000 UNRESTRICTED fellowships will be awarded in support of mid-career Minnesota artists who use textile and fiber arts materials, processes, histories, traditions, and/or sensibilities in their artistic and creative practice throughout the conception, execution, and resolution of their work. Mid-career, for the purposes of the application, refers to anyone who has practiced fiber art for 8 years and has received recognition for their work from their community and the larger creative community in our state, region, and nationally (not including work done in an academic higher-education program).
Impact lives like only a Teacher can do...
Teach at the Hallberg Center for the Arts
Interested in teaching painting, drawing, music, acting, or some other artistic medium? Here's where you submit your request.
The Hallberg Center for the Arts has two classrooms to host instructors who have a class they'd like to teach. The Hallberg Center for the Arts takes course instruction very seriously, ensuring that classes being offered are well planned, with defined objectives, and being offered by qualified artists. Potential instructors are required to submit to criminal background checks, through the same company that performs background checks for teachers in Forest Lake, White Bear Lake, and Stillwater.
Call for Songwriters!
Songwriters in the Round
At the Hallberg Center for the Arts
We are excited to announce we are now accepting applications for our ever-popular Songwriters in the Round series on the Hallberg Center of the Arts Main Stage for 2023-2024! This 90-minute show is held on the last Thursday of every month, and features songwriters taking turns ‘in the round’, performing their original songs and sharing stories about each piece.
Want to be a part of the fun?
Forest Lake Washington County Library
We have an art rail system where we would hang art by a wire hooked to the back of the artwork. The artwork shouldn't be too large - no larger than 24" wide by 36" tall. The gross weight should be less than 25 pounds. We do have a small, glass display case the we can hold 3-D art, but this can be discussed as needed.
The artist must sign a bailment form before art can be displayed. I can provide this form when someone is ready to display their artwork.