Category Archives: Uncategorized

Mobile Art Gallery 2021

Ritualsstories and objects from artists’ daily routines ArtReach St. Croix, in partnership with guest curator William G. Franklin, is presenting Rituals, this summer’s Mobile Art Gallery exhibit. This atypical exhibit will be centered on the thought-provoking stories on the oddities of Minnesota- and Wisconsin-based artists and what their daily routines have been like during this […]

Read More

Members Show 2021

Save the Date: ArtReach St. Croix’s Annual Members Show will be on view July 8-August 21, 2021 Member artists of ArtReach St. Croix are invited to submit one (1) piece of current, original artwork to be displayed in the ArtReach Galleries during annual Members Show. Join us in showcasing the depth and variety of art […]

Read More

Call for Artists

ARTREACH ST. CROIX EXHIBITION GALLERY – CALL FOR ARTISTS 2021

ArtReach St. Croix is seeking submissions from artists interested in exhibiting their work in our historic gallery space located in Stillwater. View an exhibition installed at ArtReach St. Croix’s unique gallery space: https://youtu.be/6gmA4d6)EBI All forms of creative work are encouraged. All two- and three- dimensional media, subject matters and styles are welcome including–but not limited to–painting, textile, […]

Read More

ArtReach St. Croix – 10th Anniversary Members Show

[siteorigin_widget class=”thinkup_builder_image”][/siteorigin_widget] Ten years ago, ArtReach St. Croix hosted the first exhibition in the gallery at 4th & Mulberry. This year’s Members Show marks our 10th anniversary of presenting group exhibitions and highlighting the talent of artists who live and work in the St. Croix Valley. Stop by this summer to celebrate ArtReach’s “TEN-acious” decade. […]

Read More

Mending – Mobile Art Gallery Call for Artists

Mending – A mobile art exhibit and reflection of a world in crisis ArtReach St. Croix, in partnership with guest curator William G. Franklin, is seeking artists for Mending, this summer’s Mobile Art Gallery exhibit focusing on damaged objects and their connections to people as the start for a reflection and conversation of a world […]

Read More