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Eric Peterson, Chairman of the Board of Directors
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Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community, Inc.
Hallberg Center for the Arts
5521 East Viking Blvd
Wyoming, MN  55092
(651) 238-0245


Play it Again Art Exhibit Opens June 23, 2016

an art show inspired by a dying piano

at the Hallberg Center for the Arts

This June art show is a themed art exhibit, and is open to all artists, member or not.  The theme for this show comes from a piano that decorates the exterior of the Hallberg Center for the Arts.  After decades in a family, this piano could no longer be tuned, and instead of being sent to a dump, was given a second life as a lawn ornament at an art center.  The elements have been cruel, and each month, the appearance of this once beautiful instrument morphs further into something resembling a post apocalyptic relic.

Play it Again is presented by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community and is sponsored by White Bear Acura Subaru.  It will feature visual arts including paintings, mosaic, drawings, and photographs, literary arts presented in both visual and performing works, and unique musical performances, including music written specifically for this show.   

This art exhibit opening is on the June 23, 2016 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm and is free and open to the public.  Play it Again will be on display through July 16th.  The Hallberg Center for the Arts is located at 5521 East Viking Blvd in Wyoming, MN and is open Fridays from 4pm until 8pm, and Saturdays from noon until 4pm.

The opening is a great opportunity for visitors to meet the artists, as well as other artists and art lovers from throughout the region.

The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community was formed by an alliance of artists, musicians, performers, photographers, and writers, with a goal of enriching the quality of life in the Wyoming area by facilitating inspirational venues where regional, national, and international cultural activities can illuminate, educate, and entertain.

This arts community is committed to celebrating the diversity of arts in the region by offering an array of affordable cultural opportunities and experiences designed to appeal and be accessible to all. 


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