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Visit the City of Bloomington's site for information about all events at the Center. 


Artistry Awash

Artistry Awash Watercolor Exhibition and Festival, August 26 – October 14

The Baker's Wife

October 22 – November 12, Schneider Theater

Dog Days of Summer

Dog Days of Summer in the Atrium Gallery, August 4 – September 25

Fall Classes

Fall Class Registration Now Open!

2016-2017 Season Tickets

2016-2017 Season Tickets Still Available!

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Happening Soon

Artistry at Bloomington Farmers Market
Bloomington Center for the Arts - East lot
Saturday, Sep 24, 10:00 a.m. - Noon
Watercolor Wash-Off Competition
Bloomington Center for the Arts
Saturday, September 24, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Abstract Not Abstract
Atrium Gallery
Opening Reception Sat, Sep 29. 6-8 p.m.

Other News

Two Exciting Artistry Debuts:
Artistry's production of The Baker's Wife will be a true treat for musical theater lovers. In addition to seeing a rarely produced work from the composer of Wicked, Godspell, and Pippin (Stephen Schwartz), audiences will experience two exciting Artistry debuts. Producing Artistic Director and acclaimed theater artist Benjamin McGovern will direct his first Artistry show, and Twin Cities favorite and Ivey Award-winning performer Bradley Greenwald appears on our stage for the first time as the Baker. Click here for details and tickets.
Now open in the Inez Greenberg Gallery: Artistry is pleased to present the 2016 Artistry Awash Watercolor Exhibition and Festival, running August 26 – October 14, 2016. This exhibition celebrates nationally and internationally recognized Minnesota watercolorists, their work, and the watercolor medium. As a companion to the exhibition, we’re offering master classes, hands-on workshops, an artist demonstration, a watercolor “wash-off” competition, and a panel discussion led by a selection of exhibiting artists. For more information on the exhibition and related events, please click here. Great theater on a budget! We're pleased to introduce several options that help make the joy of live theater accessible to all. Our Ticketed Preview performances take place the night before opening night and cost $9 (Black Box Theater) and $12 (Schneider Theater). Tickets for Pay What You Can Performances are available for any whole dollar amount starting at $1. We also offer Student Rush tickets (as available) 15 minutes before the start of every performance. For dates and other details, please visit the individual production pages.