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June 2018

Webs, Hives, Nests

June 11 @ 10:00 am - July 31 @ 5:00 pm

Webs, Hives, Nests: Works by Laura Corcoran, Tammi Joy Parsons, and Sharon Rotz June 11 – July 31, 2018  Three distinct artistic voices exploring themes of ecology and nature: Printmaker Laura Corcoran (St. Paul, MN), encaustic painter Tammi Joy Parsons(Spicer, MN), and contemporary quilter Sharon Rotz (Litchfield, MN). Audiences will be captivated by the richness and mastery of how each artist uses her material to stitch, draw, and paint compelling stories of human connection to the natural world.   2018 Visual Arts Exhibition Sponsored by and…

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July 2018

Soft Sculpture

July 24 @ 10:30 am - July 25 @ 12:30 pm
$35

Soft Sculpture Design, stitch and sew your own Pop Art Soft Sculpture, stuffed animal or scary stuffed monster. This class is ideal for kids who love to learn about art, invent, craft, and have BIG imaginations. Led by Park Elementary Art Teacher Melissa Ovadje. All supplies included. July 24 & 25 Ages 8 – 11 10:30 – 12:30 $35 not yet members/$25 members Maximum 12 sculptors REGISTER Tuition Assistance and Trailblazer Tokens are available based on financial need- contact the…

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Minnesota Pottery Festival

July 28 @ 10:00 am - July 29 @ 4:00 pm
Free

A Weekend of Potters from Minnesota and Beyond 2018 MN Pottery Festival Saturday, July 28th 10am-5pm Sunday, July 29th noon-4pm Our 7th annual Minnesota Pottery Festival on the grounds of the Clay Coyote Studio and Gallery. Located North of Hutchinson, MN, this festival had 35 potters from 10 states last year. Two days of events, including throwing and firing demonstrations, Pottery Olympics, a kid's station, food, and of course pots! Handmade pottery from artists all over the US on a…

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August 2018

Summer Studio Pop Up Artists’ Reception

August 2 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Hutchinson Center for the Arts, 15 Franklin Street SW
Hutchinson , MN 55350 United States

Join as we celebrate the hard working talent of our Summer Studio Artists. Enjoy examples of projects from all the youth summer art classes. FREE and open to the public. Enjoy make and take art activities and light refreshments.

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Living History

August 13 - September 21

Stephanie Frey: Living History  August 13 – September 21, 2018 Stephanie Frey (St. Paul, MN) is an illustrator and educator. Her illustrations highlight the ordinary moments of her day to day life. Viewers will see themselves and their own lives as she draws attention to the importance of acknowledging simple daily interactions and internal thoughts. Stephanie’s artwork has been included in Design Mom, Cordella Magazine, Illozine, Graze Magazine, Murphy Square Quarterly and others.   2018 Visual Arts Exhibition Sponsored by and by the voters…

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Art Kids Drop in Day: DRAW DRAW DRAW

August 15 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Hutchinson Center for the Arts, 15 Franklin Street SW
Hutchinson , MN United States

In conjunction with our exhibition, Living History featuring illustrations by artist Stephanie Frey, kids will try their hand at all kinds of drawing ideas: Shadow drawing, tape drawing, and help with our giant human spirograph activity. Kids will keep busy using their hands and whole bodies to make a variety of drawings; large and small. We welcome younger siblings to join, but reminder the activities are designed for 3 – 5 year olds. This is free to attend, but pre-registration…

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October 2018

New Works

October 1 - November 2
Free

New Works by Samuel Johnson and Elaine Rutherford October 1 – November 2, 2018   Samuel Johnson (St. Joseph, MN) and Elaine Rutherford (Golden Valley, MN) are both art professors with the College of St. Benedict/Saint John’s University. Elaine, known as a painter, has begun working in porcelain sculpture while Johnson, a potter, has started to make drawings. Both artists are working in new and unfamiliar media to explore their interests from another point of view while making unexpected discoveries about themselves and…

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