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Members' Juried Exhibition

40th Annual Members' Juried Art Exhibition, October 21 – November 25

The Baker's Wife

October 22 – November 12, Schneider Theater

Abstract Not Abstract

Abstract Not Abstract in the Atrium Gallery, September 29 – November 10

Fall Classes

Fall Class Registration Now Open!

2016-2017 Season Tickets

2016-2017 Season Tickets Still Available!

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Artist Support Group Baker's Wife Instructor-Student Exhibition
Artist Support Group
Tax Information for Artists
November 1 - 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
McLeod Conference Room - Sign up here

The Baker's Wife
Pay What You Can Performance
Schneider Theater
Monday, November 7, 7:30 p.m.

Annual Instructor-Student Exhibition
Atrium Gallery
November 17 - December 30
Opening reception: Nov 17, 6-8 p.m.


Other News

Erik Sletten
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.
Creative Placemaking in the South Loop: Artistry continues to partner with the City of Bloomington to bring a stronger identity, vitality, and creative energy to the South Loop district by engaging artists and other creative people. We’re excited to announce the latest art projects: an Art Gate by sculptor Alexander Tylevich, coming in spring to 24th Ave and Lindau Ln, and utility box projects slated for late fall 2016 completion by Erik Sletten (Lindau Ln and 30th Ave), Jesse Golfis (28th Ave and E. Old Shakopee Rd), and Teresa Cox (Killebrew Dr and 22nd Ave). For more information on Creative Placemaking in the South Loop 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.