The Hallberg Center for the Arts is open again , but to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and for the health and well-being of our visitors, volunteers and the community, we will be placing some requirements and limits on visitors and voluteers.  We will be open normal hours Thursday through SaturdayVolunteers and guests will be required to wear a mask (if you don't have one, we will provide on for you).  We are limiting the total volunteers and guests to a total of 15 people in the gallery at any given time.  Sanitizer will be available.  Social distancing is required.

Thanks for your understanding.  Everyone at The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community.

Artists, Musicians, Writers, and Performers working together to build a Stronger Community through the Arts

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The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community (WACAC) was formed by an alliance of artists, musicians, performersphotographers, 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. 

Every month, WACAC introduces visitors to the arts, bringing new exhibits by local and regional artists and performances by Minnesota and Wisconsin musicians to the Hallberg Center for the Arts, in Wyoming, MN, 

This arts community is committed to celebrating the diversity of the Wyoming, MN area and surrounding communities by offering an array of affordable cultural opportunities and experiences designed to appeal and be accessible to all.

Working to fulfill it's mission, in 2015, the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community (a 501(c)(3) non-profit, raised enough money to purchase the Spirit & Praise Pentecostal Church building and established the Hallberg Center for the Arts.  A place for artists young and old to learn and participate in the visual arts, music, literary and performing arts, and the culinary arts.  

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