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10th Anniversary

This Exhibit is Sponsored by B&N Sheet Metal

B&N Sheet MetalAn art exhibit celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community

Click or Tap on the tour (above) to start the virtual exhibit.  On your desktop click the "box" symbol in the lower right to fill your entire screen.

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Presented by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community

This exhibit is a collection of the Best of The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community and is open to all artists that have participated in exhibits at the Hallberg Center for the Arts.  Past participants and Founding Members are all invited to submit their best artwork for this exhibit.  Previous sponsors will be introduced at the opening ceremonies with live music by previous Songwriters in the Round performers, including founding member, songwriter, and musician, Andrew Spreck.

Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community 10th Anniversary at the Hallberg Center for the Arts

The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community (WACAC) is an alliance of artists, musicians, performers, photographers and writers that came together to bring the arts to the communities surrounding Wyoming, MN, including Forest Lake, Stacy, North Branch, Chisago City and more. 

In 2012 this collective of just over a dozen artists began to work towards becoming an established organization. With the desire to create some community projects, we realized the need be a 501c3 corporation (registered non-profit) to enable donations that were tax deductible. This happened in 2014. 

The Hallberg Center for the Arts in Wyoming, MN

A year later enough money was raised and the organization purchased on old church in Wyoming, MN, and established the Hallberg Center for the Arts.

Today, the organization has exhibited the artwork of hundreds of artists across Minnesota and Wisconsin (and as far away as the UK) in solo, duo and collaborative exhibits which open monthly.

The original dozen artists have now grown to about 170 and what started out as a local project has turned regional - all done through volunteers, donations and grants.