2022 Adult Regional Art Show: When the Work is Done

Call for Regional Artists! “When the Work is Done” Annual Adult Regional Show In the Gallery May 25 – July 2, 2022 The New York Mills Regional Cultural Center is pleased to announce the 2022 theme for its Annual Adult Regional Gallery Show: When the...

In the Gallery: Notes from New York Mills

Artist Brett Lysne Former Artist-in-Residence December 1 – 31, 2021 Gallery Open to All All are invited to the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center Gallery during the month of December 2021 to see artwork by Brett Lysne. The Gallery is always free to see and open...

March 2021 Gallery Exhibit: “Wood Interpretations”

New York Mills Regional Cultural Center is now showing in its gallery “Wood Interpretations.”  This gallery exhibit features the art of 3 regional woodworkers: Dick Dubord of Dent, MN, Dick Skauge of Lake Park, MN, and Barry Kutzer of Fargo, ND.  These...

Artist as Archivist; Artist as Activist

An International Women’s Day Gallery Exhibition March 7-April 7 Opening Reception on Friday, March 16 @6-8pm Music by Amanda Hoeft Light Refreshments FREE Cheryl Bannes is an artist and arts educator who has spent the last many years in Lewistown, MT as director...

Everyday Otter Tail County

In the Gallery Photography by Jon Solinger & Ceramics by Blayze Buseth Jon Solinger was born in 1959 in Pelican Rapids, Minnesota. He received his BA in art with photography emphasis from Minnesota State University Moorhead in 1985, and currently resides with his...

In the Gallery: Anishinaabeg Izhitwaawin

Celebrating Native Heritage Month!   November 8 through December 29, 2017 Reception: Friday, November 10 5pm-7pm. Live Music by Eddie Lee Kidd, Artist Talk, Light Refreshments. Gallery show which celebrates Native Heritage (for the month of November) and contains...

The Art Of Labor

In The Gallery The Art of Labor:  Working for a Living September 8th – October 8th Reception Thursday, September 22, 3:30-6:30 It is difficult to separate an American from working.  We like to work.  Sometimes we are angry, frustrated, and overworked.  But at...