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March 24 - April 8, 2023

July 14 - 30, 2023

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Something Rotten! The Musical Mar 24 - Apr 08 LEARN MORE
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February 17 - March 5, 2023

Four troublemakers are sent to attend prep school alongside the children of beloved Disney heroes, they have a difficult choice to make: should they follow in their parents’ wicked footsteps or learn to be good?

May 5 - 21, 2023

Humpty Dumpty, Black Sheep, Rose Red, and Simple Simon acting as her Merry Men, Little Red Robin Hood must save all the village grannies of Sherwood Forest, including her own, an old woman who lives in a shoe, Mother Hubbard, and Mother Goose herself.

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Disney's Descendants Feb 17 - Mar 05 LEARN MORE
Little Red Robin Hood May 05 - May 21 LEARN MORE

February 12 - 7:00 p.m.

Twin Cities cabaret vocalists Jennifer Eckes and Joey Clark present the lighter side of romance

May 6 - 2:00 & 7:30 p.m.

Led by Mick Sterling, a stellar fourpiece horn section, full percussion, a double piano combination, two violins, and an incredible band totaling 14 members.

May 13 - 7:30 p.m.

Adele’s music spans all ages and Colleen Raye brings the heart and soul of it to this show.

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St. Croix Valley Opera's Cabaret Night at the Phipps Feb 12 LEARN MORE
A Billy Joel State of Mind May 06 LEARN MORE
The Music of Adele May 13 LEARN MORE
TCGMC Chamber Singers and OutLoud! Ensemble Jun 04 LEARN MORE
Charanga Tropical Jun 17 LEARN MORE
The Good, The Bad, and The Funky Jun 23 LEARN MORE

Current Galleries Exhibitions

Current Galleries Exhibition

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Monday – Saturday: 9:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Sunday: Noon – 5 p.m.

January 13 - February 19, 2023

Reception: Saturday, January 28, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

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Gallery One

Steve Johnson

“Ever since I was in grade school and won a camera in a drawing contest, I’ve been fascinated with photography. The integration of art and technology has inspired me to create. From the first time I saw an image magically emerge on a piece of paper in a darkroom to the present when images are created by using digital technologies, I still find myself in a state of wonder, striving constantly to learn and explore the seemingly infinite possibilities of this medium.” — Steve Johnson (Hudson, WI)..

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Gallery One

George Moore

“For over 65 years, I have sculpted figures for my own pleasure, primarily by direct carving of stone and wood and, to a lesser extent, by manipulating clay. In the course of my education as a chemist, I took no time for art instruction and during my 47-year career as an industrial chemist, learned primarily from books and museum visits, with occasional workshops and short classes. I enjoy the physical stimulation of using sharp tools on the material and the mental and physical challenges of fitting my interpretation of a figure into a given block.” — George G.I. Moore (Woodbury, MN)

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Gallery Two

Perceptions of Jazz

This special exhibition features work by 16 local and regional artists in a range of media inspired by jazz music, culture, and improvisation.

Exhibiting artists are Carol Adleman, Lisa Anderson, Ron Brown, Genie Castro, Susan Davies, Barbara Evan, Joseph Haid, Marty Harris, Steve Johnson, Barbara Landes and Paul Sullivan, David Markson, Barry McMahon, Andrew Nordin, Mark Ostapchuk, and Peter Zelle.

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Gallery Three

Timothy Schacker

“A photograph is a frozen moment in time that will tell you a story if you engage with it. This story is not entirely shaped by the photographer who took the picture, but also by you, the viewer whose unique life experiences fill in the myriad of details and complexities that help to create an emotional connection to the image. I have always been interested in understanding what it is in a photograph that shapes that unique story for each of us.”

— Timothy Schacker (Minneapolis, MN)

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Atrium Gallery

Steve Miller

“Wood an organic material with many variations in color, grain, and texture...In the log form, you have a blank ‘canvas’ to create many different pieces of art... Showcasing the natural beauty of the different grains and tones is the beauty of working with each type of wood. I may start with a cherry log and leave some of the white sap wood on to contrast against the warm reddish brown color of the wood.”

— Steve Miller (River Falls, WI)

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Overlook Gallery

Catrin Magnusson

“I am a multi-disciplinary artist working with sculptural forms, drawing on the iconography of geology as a starting place. As the earth’s tectonic forces separate and compact, it creates stress and pressure to move. While my work appears abstract, it has a specific reference to the physical world.

My family emigrated from Sweden with I was young, and I became intensely aware of movement and displacement.”

— Catrin Magnusson (Stillwater, MN)

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Wynn Davis Ghost of the Edmund Fitzgerald

Riverview Gallery

Wynn Davis

“My mixed media work is a direct extension of my participation in the outdoors. They are records of personal observations curbed by curiosity and imagination.

Running over 5,400 miles a year into some of the country’s most erogenous and wild wooded and urban areas allows for a full examination of nature. It sharpens the mind, invigorates the body, and intensifies the emotions.”

— Wynn Davis (Stillwater, MN)

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ARTISTS

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Steve Johnson

Gallery One

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George Moore

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Perceptions of Jazz

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Timothy Schacker

Gallery Three

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Catrin Magnusson

Overlook Gallery

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Steve Miller

Atrium Gallery

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Wynn Davis

Riverview Gallery

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