Author: Art Center Admin

Snowflake Gallery Extended

December 31, 2021 By Art Center Admin

Our Snowflake Gallery was so successful in December we are extending it into January. Find a great selection of locally made items, plus a Christmas Clearance section. Open Thurs 11am-5pm, Fri – Sun 10am-5pm through January.

ECRAC is looking for volunteers!

December 10, 2021 By Art Center Admin

Consider joining the ECRAC Board of Directors The East Central Regional Arts Council (ECRAC) helps make everything the Pine Center for the Arts does possible. You can help ECRAC continue to improve art access in our region by becoming a Board Member. ECRAC’s grantmaking process is unique because the Board of Directors (Board Members) review […]

Snowflake Gallery

December 3, 2021 By Art Center Admin

Our annual Snowflake Gallery is full of great gifts from over 30 local artists and makers, from mittens and pottery, to jewelry, artwork and more! Finish your holiday shopping in one stop at the Pine Center for the Arts. —– Mon, Dec 20 – 10 am-5 pm Tues, Dec 21 – 10 am-5 pm Wed, […]

Special one-night film festival celebrates Pride

September 10, 2021 By Art Center Admin

The Highway 61 Film Festival, Pine Center for the Arts and East Central Minnesota Pride are excited to join as partners in bringing you a special evening of great short Minnesota-made LGBTQ+ documentaries on Saturday, Sept. 18. After a full day of Pride activities in Robinson Park, come join us at Pine Center for the […]

Summer Arts for Kids Returns

May 31, 2021 By Art Center Admin

Get ready for another fun-filled Summer Arts program at Pine Center for the Arts!All classes are free! We’re offering three weeks of activities, led by three dynamic instructors. Activities includeweaving nature items, upcycled art, and creating a large fabric rug which will be raffled off at the Art Fest.All classes are Monday-Thursday. Students who have […]

Explore an “Indeterminate” Journey with Michael Lein

May 31, 2021 By Art Center Admin

Artistic interpretation is truly up to the observer when Michael Lein’s “Indeterminate” is exhibited at Pine Center for the Arts in June. Lein, who has been creating art in one form or another since early childhood, will feature a collection of acrylic paintings during his exhibit.  While some artists focus on a muse to foster […]