That's What Eye Saw 2024
Hallberg Center for the Arts - Artist Opportunities
Sponsor and support the arts
Hallberg Center for the Arts
Solo, Duo, and Collaborative Art Exhibits
That's What Eye Saw CALL FOR ARTISTS

The Eighth Annual
An Exhibit of Artistic Photograph
by Photographers througout the region
Opens January 19, 2023
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Artist Opportunities - CLICK HERE
Artist Opportunities
Calls for Artists

Opportunities for Artists to professionally exhibit their artwork
at the Hallberg Center for the Arts and beyond.
Collaborative, Duo, and Solo Show Opportunities too!
DISCOVER WHAT'S WAITING...

Sponsor an art exhibit - CLICK HERE
Sponsor an Art Show

Write it off as advertising or a tax deductible donation.

Hallberg Center for the Arts
Hallberg Center for the Arts

It was an Historic Old Church...
Now it's a beautiful Center for the Arts

Solo, Duo, and Collaborative Art Exhibits
Solo, Duo, and Collaborative Art Exhibits

Scheduling exhibits up to 2 years in advance.

 
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COVID-19 Update: The Hallberg Center for the Arts is OPEN!
We are adhering to CDC protocols. If you are exhibiting any symptoms, please put off your visit until you are feeling better.

Thanks for understanding.

Sponsor an Exhibit

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Price: $1000.00
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This organization and the Hallberg Center for the Arts enriches the lives of hundreds of people through the arts thanks to generous donations by area businesses and individuals and countless hours of dedicated volunteers.

Almost every month, a new exhibit opens in the main gallery of the Hallberg Center.  Some exhibits are solo shows by a single artist, some are themed exhibits by as many as 70 artists.

Most art shows can be sponsored for $1000.  Shared sponsorships start at $500.  And NOW, Supporter packages as low as $50!  Some shows, depending on the popularity, the costs of putting the show on, and amount of work required to put it together can run more or have multiple sponsors.

Here's What a Exhibit Sponsor Gets...

$250 - $1500

Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community Annual Sponsorship and Donor Plaques at the Hallberg Center for the ArtsThe Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community really acknowledges our sponsors…

  1. We include their logo on the posters (both hanging and for distribution)
  2. We give credit on all press releases (newspapers, radio and tv stations)
  3. We give credit on events calendars
  4. We give credit on all social media (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Nextdoor, etc.)
  5. We include credit in all email invites and correspondence (email database of over 2000)
  6. We give a full page on our sponsors page for co and full sponsors which include any logos, descriptions, contact and website links, and an interactive map with directions). The sponsor page lasts for 3 years.  Half Sponsorships get a full page on our sponsors page under both Picasso and Hallberg Art Center Sponsor categories for 1 year.  (This past year our website had over 50K unique visitors!  Here’s a link to our sponsor pages... Sponsor Pages  
  7. Sponsors are welcome to include literature or promotional material at the art center.
  8. All electronic media for the sponsored exhibit links to the sponsors page.
  9. And, you’ll have a permanent spot on our next sponsor plaque (on sponsorships of $500 or more) proudly displayed in our main gallery.
  10. And, it may be Tax Deductible!

Here's What an Exhibit Supporter Gets...

$50 - $100

  1. A great, affordable way to show support to an artist you care about
  2. Your name will be listed as Friends and Supporters of the (Artists Name) on the website calendar of events.
  3. $50 supporters get a one year Warhol Membership
  4. $100 supporters get a one year Rockwell (N.A.R.M.) membership
  5. And, it may be Tax Deductible!
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Hallberg Center for the Arts, Wyoming, MNThe Hallberg Center for the Arts

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.

WACAC Mission:

(adopted April 19, 2012)

Our mission is to encourage creative expression, promote networking of local artists of all ages, and champion a learning environment that builds community participation in the arts.