Attend our next Creative Canvas!
Held once per month, usually on our gallery opening nights (the 2nd Friday of each month) our Creative Canvas events are something you don't want to miss! Wine and Hors d'oeuvres included, unless otherwise noted! Come join us!
About Us
Who we are & what we do...

Located in Pine City, MN, the Art Center has been serving the Greater Pine City area since 2009 with a variety of programming opportunities. As a non-profit, volunteer-led organization, our mission is simple: "The Arts for Everyone!" We strive daily to ensure that our community feels welcome in our facility - a gathering place for artisans and art-lovers alike - and that those we serve feel as though they are a part of a great organization that's committed to adding value to the community.

We are always seeking out new instructors and new ideas for classes that community members would like to see offered. Just contact us with your ideas!

WEEKLY LESSONS!

We provide weekly music lessons for students of all ages and skill levels. Currently we have instructors teaching piano and guitar.

FUN CLASSES!

We offer a variety of class opportunities each month to suit a variety of interests. SUPER SATURDAYs are a blast! Want a fun night out?! Come to a CREATIVE CANVAS! Painting + Wine & Snacks + Friends = FUN!

MONTHLY GALLERY EXHIBITS!

A space for local & regional artists to share their talents! Opening night exhibits held the 2nd Friday each month. Join us for "Art After Work" anytime we're open! See "Gallery" page for upcoming artist information.

SPECIAL EVENTS & SUMMER ARTS PROGRAM!

Experience the arts in a way that fits your interests - SPECIAL EVENTS held throughout the year. SUMMER ARTS = FREE classes for kids, grades K-6, to explore the arts with quality instruction!

Help us continue bringing the arts to our community,
and be rewarded in the process!

I LOVE the Art Center!

The Pine Center for the Arts is a welcoming place for both artists, whether seasoned or just starting out, and art-lovers, alike! It's such a blessing to have this resource in our community; it's been an incredible source of inspiration and fun in my life! They offer such an awesome variety of classes, and I love that I get to teach some of them, as a local artist, myself! They even offer FREE classes for our kids during the Summer, to boot! I can really tell how much this organization cares about the arts and making sure our community is always able to experience them in ways that suit a variety of interests - we're so lucky to have them!
~ Amber Shuey
Recent Blog Posts
Stay up-to-date with what's happening at the arts center!
June Gallery will feature Stanton Zobel

June Gallery will feature Stanton Zobel

By on May 29, 2018

The Pine Center for the Arts welcomes Stanton Zobel as June’s featured artist. For most of his 40-year artistic career, Zobel has been a sculptor, drawing upon the environment and family for inspiration. Recently, Zobel began exploring new mediums. In early 2017, he took a drawing class and since then has been developing two-dimensional art in […]

Call for Entries: Black and White Gallery

Call for Entries: Black and White Gallery

By on April 27, 2018

Calling all artists! We’re looking for artists of all levels to show off their work in our Black and White show during the month of May.  Whether you are a brand new artist just exploring your voice, or if you’re more experienced, we want your art on display! Artists can submit from 1-4 pieces for inclusion in […]

Film Festival Date Announcement

Highway 61 Film Festival Presents “Best of the Fest” event in April

By on March 20, 2018

Come see the Best of the Fest this April!  The Highway 61 Film Festival is springing into its 8th year with new dates – April 6, 7 and 8 – and tickets at the low, low price of $0. The 2018 edition of the Pine City film festival will feature “Best of the Fest” films – […]

Dell Gross featured in February

By on February 1, 2018

Growing up, Dell Gross would have been happy to spend his days playing ball, but his grandmother recognized in him an artistic talent that she was determine to cultivate. “She arranged for my first art classes, which seemed to be more of a chore than a talent I wanted to develop,” Gross said. It wasn’t […]