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July 14 - 30, 2023

Murdered to Death Jul 14 - Jul 30 LEARN MORE
9 to 5: The Musical Sep 15 - Oct 08 LEARN MORE
Kick the Bucket List: The World According to AARP Oct 20 - Oct 22 LEARN MORE
Wrapped Up In Red Dec 01 - Dec 17 LEARN MORE
Jeeves in Bloom Apr 12 - Apr 28 LEARN MORE
Arsenic and Old Lace Jul 12 - Jul 28 LEARN MORE

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Oct 20 - Nov 05 LEARN MORE
Tuck Everlasting Feb 16 - Mar 03 LEARN MORE
The Further Adventures of Nick Tickle, Fairy Tale Detective May 03 - May 19 LEARN MORE

June 4 - 2:00 p.m.

Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus (TCGMC) celebrates its 42nd season of choral artistry in 2022-23! TCGMC Chamber Singers and OutLoud! are two auditioned community engagement ensembles made up of singers from the large ensemble.

June 17 - 7:30 p.m.

Charanga Tropical performs with an instrumentation that dates back to the roots of Cuban music featuring a sizzling Latin rhythm section, three violins, vocalists, and flute.

June 23 - 7:30 p.m.

The Good, the Bad, and the Funky has been called the “Midwest’s premier soul-funk band."

Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus Jun 04 LEARN MORE
Charanga Tropical Jun 17 LEARN MORE
The Good, the Bad, and the Funky Jun 23 LEARN MORE
Minnesota Orchestra at the Bandshell Jul 07 LEARN MORE
St. Croix Valley Opera Cabaret Sep 30 LEARN MORE
Monroe Crossing Oct 14 LEARN MORE
Dennis James Accompanying: The Hunchback of Notre Dame Oct 29 LEARN MORE
The Elvis Series: “Walk a Mile in My Shoes” | Part I: 1954-1967, The Rockabilly Show Nov 04 LEARN MORE
A Brass and Organ Holiday Dec 21 LEARN MORE
Colleen Raye’s New Year’s Eve at the Phipps Dec 31 LEARN MORE
The Broadway and Hollywood Songbook Jan 28 LEARN MORE
The Elvis Series: “Walk a Mile in My Shoes” | Part II: ‘68 TV Special, The Comeback Mar 16 LEARN MORE
Nathan Avakian Mar 24 LEARN MORE
St. Croix Valley Opera Cabaret Apr 13 LEARN MORE
Sing Me a Country Song: Great Country Duets, Hits, and More! May 11 LEARN MORE
The High 48s Jun 01 LEARN MORE
The Elvis Series: “Walk a Mile in My Shoes” | Part III: 1969-1977, The Return Jun 15 LEARN MORE

Current Galleries Exhibitions

Current Galleries Exhibition

Galleries are free and open to the public.

Galleries hours

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

The Phipps will be closed May 27 – 29, June 5 – 9, and July 1 – 4, 2023.

May 12 - July 9, 2023

Reception: Friday, May 12, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
with Bird Migration Celebration 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Audrey 1

Gallery One

“Growing up I was surrounded by parents and siblings who were creative and encouraging, so art was a natural part of my life. Early on I began to dabble in acrylics, adding gel mediums to add texture to my paintings. I love painting with vivid bright colors. I enjoy painting sweeping landscapes, still life, animals, and flowers.”

–Audrey Martin (Hudson, WI)

Linda Ricklefs Baudry

Galleries Two and Three

Living on the Edge

North Shore Artists League

The North Shore Artists League is a collaboration of artists living on the edge of Lake Superior, the Boundary Waters Wilderness Area, the Canadian/Minnesota border lands, and the ever-expanding edge of artistic expression. They are inspired by the diversity and experience of living and creating art amid the wonder and spirit of the northland, and seek to draw others into the space and depth of its beauty through our art.

The North Shore Artists League was founded in 2019 by artists and for artists with a vision of an artist-community partnership to inspire, collaborate, and share opportunities. The 74 member artists live and create a diversity of fine art along Lake Superior from Duluth to the Canadian border. Their art is created and expressed in various mediums including paint, glass, clay, beads, fiber, metal, stones, wood, paper, music, and the written word.

Visitors come to the North Shore of Lake Superior seeking to experience the native beauty and wonder of expansive water, crashing waves, towering rocks and palisades, whispering trees, endless trails, wildlife, and magical night skies. Superior and her wilderness inspires a spirit of adventure and awe. Those of us who call this “home” find inspiration everywhere we look. Through art we seek to capture the majesty of Superior and her surrounding wilderness to share it with others.

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Overlook Gallery

“I have been fascinated my whole life with wood: its color, grain, texture, smell. Wood turning has allowed me to envision and express finished pieces, both artistic and functional, from otherwise nondescript logs and boards. Using almost entirely woods native to North America, my repertoire includes bowls, lidded boxes, items with tall and delicate finials, wooden jewelry, platters and hollow forms.”

–Todd Williams (Lake Elmo, MN)

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Riverview Gallery

“My work focuses on material exchange, immediacy, aesthetic dialogue and invented territories. Every image, whether objective or nonobjective, is founded on deconstructed historical, cultural, and religious paradigms. These smashed realities are then reformed into a singular home.”

–Derek Meier (St. Paul, MN)

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Atrium Gallery

Tropical Wings Migratory Birds Habitat

By Lana Sjoberg with Willow River Elementary School Students

Migration Celebration: Friday, May 12, 6 – 8 p.m., free and open to the public

In celebration of the Neotropical migratory birds that spend their summers in the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway and other national parks in the Upper Midwest after flying north from their winter homes in central and South America, including in the national parks on the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica, the Atrium Gallery will be transformed into a tropical rainforest using fleece, paper, cardboard, paint, and recycled materials. Artist Lana Sjoberg will work with students from Willow River Elementary School to create this environment and birds made by the 4th grade students will populate the habitat throughout the summer.

The Tropical Wings Bird Migration Celebration will kick-off on Friday, May 12, with meet & greets with a live bird from Carpenter Nature Center, displays from local organizations who received grants from Tropical Wings to improve habitat for the migratory birds, and resources to learn what you can do to help the Neotropical migratory birds.

This project is a partnership with Tropical Wings, a non-profit volunteer organization whose mission is to support the Sister Parks Agreement between the National Park Service in the Upper Midwest and national parks on the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica (SINAC/ACOSA) by promoting an awareness of Neotropical migratory birds and supporting habitat conservation through building relationships within and between communities at both ends of the migration. For more information, go to