Introduction to mosaic art

Make a mosaic mirror or wall hanging Note:  Class has been rescheduled from October to November.  See below. Pam Collins, mosaic artist from Staples, Minnesota, will teach a class for the Folk School on two Saturdays in November:  the 10th (10am-3pm) and 17th...

Artist-in-residence during September

Visiting Artist for September Joining us for the last 2½ weeks in September is Cheryl Bannes, a mixed media artist from Lewistown, Montana. Cheryl is inspired to interpret the landscape and the natural shapes that she sees around her and create them in metal, paint,...

Yoga classes are back

Yoga with Tamara Resumes Tuesday Evenings Join us Tuesdays beginning September 11th from 7:00-8:30pm in the upstairs studio for Yoga with Tamara. This all-levels class includes gentle warm-ups and a flowing series of more athletic poses – building strength,...

Alison Scott band

Friday, September 21 – Alison Scott and her five-piece indie band Tickets:  call 218-385-3339.  Tickets purchased before the night of the concert $12; $15 at the door; students $5; members $2 discount. Click image to visit Alison’s website. Alison Scott is the...

Workshop on the business of being a musician

Making the music business work Alison Scott presents a one-hour workshop on the business side of being a musician on Friday, September 21st at the Center.  This workshop is free and will be given from 5:30pm-6:30pm just before the 7:30pm concert.  Musicians and the...

Using images from the past in writing fiction

The first session completed under the umbrella of the Continental Divide Folk School Using images from the past in writing fiction – Tuesday, September 4th Join us on Tuesday, September 4th at 7:00 pm to meet and welcome artist-in-residence Mark Wiederanders. He...

Volunteer at the Center

Volunteers are truly amazing.  Volunteer labor helped make the renovation of the two-story gallery building possible with limited financial resources.  And all along the 22 year history of the Center volunteers have brought the vision of the Center to life.  There...

Fall 2012 Concert Season

The 2012 fall concert series begins in early September.  Concerts all start at 7:30pm unless noted otherwise and are held at the Cultural Center gallery. Doors open at 6:30pm without reserved seating. Admission is $15 the night of the concert, $12 advance sale (call...

Halloween Party October 27th

Fall fun for kids Fun and games for kids from preschool through high school on Saturday the 27th. Preschool-2nd grade at the Cultural Center from 3:00 to 5:00 pm. In this preschool to 2nd grade session parents are asked to accompany their children. 3rd grade –...

Art in the schools

We’re fortunate to have three representatives from the New York Mills School serving as members of the 2017 Board of Directors of the Center. Rebecca Imsande is the Music teacher, Judith Brockway is the elementary Principal, and Matt Holtberg is the Technology...

Weaving class begins October 2nd

Weave a scarf and a table runner Lil McRae from At Loose Ends weaving and yarn shop in Perham will teach the basics of weaving on the rigid heddle loom on Tuesday nights from 6-8pm – October 2, 9, 16, & 23. Students will complete a scarf and a table runner during...

Decoy Show

Fish and Duck Decoys July 6-September 22 This exhibition of decoys made by six regional artists has been lots of fun.  Here are a pair of images, one showing boys swimming some of the fish decoys and the other catching three of the artists awaiting judging of their...

2012 Think-Off Contestants

“The Nature of Humankind: Inherently Good or Inherently Evil?” is this year’s Great American Think-Off question, reprising the first annual Think-Off when the same question was asked and, for the only time in Think-Off history, resulted in a draw. Think-Off...

20th Annual Great American Think-Off Question

Press Release New York Mills Regional Cultural Center P.O. Box 246 24 North Main Avenue New York Mills, MN 56567 (218) 385-3339 nymills@kulcher.org Contact: Jamie Robertson For Release January 1, 2012 20th Annual Great American Think-Off Question: “The Nature of...

“Work of Art” Series

Starting September 11th, Springboard for the Arts will present its entire ten-part Work of Art: Business Skills for Artists series in partnership with the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center and Minnesota State Community and Technical College’s Business and...