Join us Thursday, February 18th, 7-8pm, for a film showing of There Is Only Us by photographer and storyteller John Noltner, previously an artist-in-residence at the Center. We will also show a video interview with John to learn a little more about his work. The film and interview combined will last about 1 hour.

There Is Only Us is a powerful way to address how we get along. Featuring memorable stories, powerful images, and sincere storytelling, this video will open the door to honest dialog about empathy, civility, and inclusion. Preceding the film will be a recorded interview with John Noltner.

There Is Only Us was created to generate conversation. It is a thought-provoking and inspirational film reminding us that we are more alike than different. Featuring timely stories, John’s authentic style highlights the importance of being more inclusive. This team-focused program offers a safe place and process to have challenging, but necessary, conversations on ways to create a more empathetic culture.

This film will be shown in the Cultural Center gallery with limited attendance AND available online to allow for maximum access.

The in-person event will be limited to 15 people in order to allow for physical distancing; masks are required; please do not come if you are ill or quarantining. Call today to reserve your spot: 218.385.3339. 

To view the film online, use this link and password:

  • Link: There is Only Us
  • Password: 5I7A5AAC7B
  • PLEASE NOTE: This film will only be available until 7pm on 2/19/21!

This film showing is a complimentary program to our current Gallery exhibit, “One Word,” featuring numerous local/regional artists, and on display in our gallery February 3-27, 2021.

The Gallery is always free to visit and open to all. Freewill donations will be accepted at the film showing to support future programs. Donations can also be made online here: