COVID-19 Update: The Hallberg Center for the Arts is OPEN! 

We are adhering to CDC protocols for social distancing.  If you have not had a vaccination, please wear a mask. If you are exhibiting any symptoms, please put off your visit until you are feeling better.
Thanks for understanding.

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Opportunities for Artists

Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community

Calls for Artists

Opportunities for Artists to Show Their Artwork

The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community offers opportunities for artists to show, sell and teach at the beautiful Hallberg Center for the Arts in Wyoming, MN.




In. Art Show and Competition

The sixth annual In. Art Show & Competition presented by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community, opening at the Hallberg Center for the Arts, in Wyoming, MN, this year adding outdoor sculpture to accepted mediums.

This year's judges:

Rita Dungey, Alison Baker and Steve Forseth.

Entry Information:

WACAC Members Please Note:  Registration for submission is NOT tied to your WACAC website login.  You need to go through the short registration or use your login from a previous exhibit before you can submit your artwork.  If your email is NOT RECOGNIZED, go through the registration process.

Hallberg Center for the Arts

Gallery Director – May, 2021

Hallberg Center for the Arts, Wyoming, MN

Reports to: Events Committee

Job Type: Part-time, 15-20 hours per week

Compensation: $15/hour, free NARM membership

OPPORTUNITY:  Hallberg Center for the Arts (HC4A), home to the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community (WACAC), is seeking a dynamic, self-motivated individual to assist in building financial, programmatic and community-based support for the organization.



If you have not heard of us before, Arts@MSP is a partnership between the Airport Foundation MSP and the Metropolitan Airports Commission. The program includes visual arts, performing arts, and exhibits that showcase the cultural and natural heritage of the Upper Midwest. We will use this newsletter to share updates about arts and culture programming at MSP, and to announce upcoming commissioned art projects and other opportunities to get involved with our program.

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