February Creative Canvas night with Rachel Bigelow

January 22, 2019 By Art Center Admin

Rush City artist, teacher, and high school theater director, Rachel Bigelow, returns to the Pine Center for the Arts for her next Creative Canvas session on Friday, February 8th.  The evening begins at 7PM and seating is limited to just 20 students.  Bigelow will share one of her favorite images – the birch tree with […]

January Classes at the Pine Center for the Arts

January 11, 2019 By Art Center Admin

The January class calendar is now live on our Shop Events page and we are excited for some new things that are coming to life in 2019.   A reminder that all of our classes require advanced registration.  If a minimum number of students is not reached, we reserve the right to cancel them.  It isn’t […]

Snowflake Gallery Set to Open November 30th: Artists Wanted

October 25, 2018 By Art Center Admin

The Pine Center for the Arts has a long tradition of transforming our space into the “Snowflake Gallery” in the weeks leading up to Christmas.  The idea behind this event was not to display an exhibit filled with a variety of snowflake themed art… but rather to create an exhibit (and selling opportunity) for local […]

Regional filmmakers wanted for Highway 61 Film Festival

October 19, 2018 By Art Center Admin

Pine City’s Highway 61 Film Festival is eagerly awaiting submissions from regional filmmakers now through Jan. 15, 2019. As the festival heads into its ninth year, organizers are excited to see what amazing films will come from the imaginations of local, state, national and international filmmakers. Submissions may include short (less than 40 minutes) and […]

Pine Center for the Arts welcomes Don Farrell

October 1, 2018 By Art Center Admin

“Close to Simple,” an exhibit of photography and handmade frames by Don Farrell of Cambridge, will open at Pine Center of the Arts on October 12. For as long as Farrell can remember, he’s been a photographer. “It’s hard to know when I started because I’ve just always done it,” he said. “Dad was photographer. […]