The Hallberg Center for the Arts, nestled in Wyoming, MN just north of the Twin Cities, is owned and operated by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community. In 2015, this young organization raised enough money to purchase this historic old church building with the vision of turning it into a center for the arts. It's named after it's biggest donor, the Hallberg Family Foundation.
Today, the Hallberg Center for the Arts hosts new exhibits, concerts, and classes every month, bringing in artists from throughout the Midwest to share their artwork in this unique venue.
Artwork is collected biannually through an open Call for Artists with specific parameters in alignment with the City of Minneapolis Public Art Policies & Procedures Guide and the Minneapolis Arts Commission Selection Process. All images received are reviewed by a committee of panelists who are appointed by the Office of Ward 7 Councilwoman Lisa Goodman, Citizens for a Loring Park Community, and the Minneapolis Arts Commission.
To inquire about purchasing a piece of art contact Art Force at [email protected] or call 763-567-2200