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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
May 12 - July 9, 2023
Art Bench Trail
Art meets nature.
|Wrapped Up in Red||Dec 01 - Dec 17||LEARN MORE|
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Summer Arts Camp 2023
What We Need is Here is an ongoing series of annual seminars for artists organized by The Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson, Wisconsin. Established in 2008, the purpose of these monthly gatherings is to explore the role of art and sustainability to create thriving communities. The name was taken from the last line in the poem “The Wild Geese” by environmental activist Wendell Berry, and was initially used from 2006 to 2010 for a collaborative effort spearheaded by The Phipps of several non-profit organizations, as well as the St. Croix Valley Foundation and the University of Wisconsin at River Falls, who were united to spark local action toward sustainable living in the St. Croix River Valley.
This group organized several free public events over those five years – film screenings, guest lecturers, artist talks, community conversations, book discussions, gallery exhibitions and more – all focused on issues related to environmental, cultural and economic sustainability. When this effort began, the concept of sustainable community development was relatively unknown and generally unpopular, whereas today it is being addressed in almost every sector of society and has affected significant change. Through its sustained efforts to engage the community in conversations about sustainability, the What We Need is Here partnership led to several new and ongoing efforts in the St. Croix Valley focused on the need for sustainable practices.
The seminar series and the participating artists seek to keep these conversations moving forward as they continue to push boundaries and explore new opportunities to encourage thriving communities into the future.
To learn how you can join the artist group, contact Anastasia Shartin, Arts and Community Engagement Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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