Songwriters in the Round #43
The Bridge from Craft to Fine Art by Erika (Hagberg) Halverson Mullen
Chiaroscuro: Exploring the Dance of Shadow, Light, and Color by Lisa Roy
Hallberg Center for the Arts - Artist Opportunities
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Hallberg Center for the Arts
Solo, Duo, and Collaborative Art Exhibits
Songwriters in the Round #43
Songwriters in the Round #43

Live on the Freemore Stage
Featuring
Rachel Bearinger, Robin Kyle
and Amanda Grace
February 29th at 7pm
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The Bridge from Craft to Fine Art
The Bridge from Craft to Fine Art

A Solo Exhibit by Erika (Hagberg) Halverson Mullen
In the Freemore Gallery
Opens February 22
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Chiaroscuro: Exploring the Dance of Shadow, Light, and Color
Chiaroscuro:
Exploring the Dance of Shadow, Light, and Color

By Lisa Roy
Opens February 22
Find Out More...

Artist Opportunities - CLICK HERE
Artist Opportunities
Calls for Artists

Opportunities for Artists to professionally exhibit their artwork
at the Hallberg Center for the Arts and beyond.
Collaborative, Duo, and Solo Show Opportunities too!
DISCOVER WHAT'S WAITING...

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Hallberg Center for the Arts
Hallberg Center for the Arts

It was an Historic Old Church...
Now it's a beautiful Center for the Arts

Solo, Duo, and Collaborative Art Exhibits
Solo, Duo, and Collaborative Art Exhibits

Scheduling exhibits up to 2 years in advance.

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COVID-19 Update: The Hallberg Center for the Arts is OPEN!
We are adhering to CDC protocols. If you are exhibiting any symptoms, please put off your visit until you are feeling better.  T
hanks for understanding.

Hallberg Center for the Arts, Wyoming, MNThe Hallberg Center for the Arts

The Hallberg Center for the Arts, nestled in Wyoming, MN just north of the Twin Cities, is owned and operated by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community.  In 2015, this young organization raised enough money to purchase this historic old church building with the vision of turning it into a center for the arts. It's named after it's biggest donor, the Hallberg Family Foundation.

Today, the Hallberg Center for the Arts hosts new exhibits, concerts, and classes every month, bringing in artists from throughout the Midwest to share their artwork in this unique venue.

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.