2023 Student Gallery Show – Call for Art

Submission deadline Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Calling all Rumriver Art Center students! It is time to celebrate your creativity. We are inviting Rumriver Art Center students from the last year to participate in our Student Gallery Show.


Spring Multi-Week Classes

Registration is open for our Winter Homeschool/After School classes for kids, Vitality Arts classes for adults, and Ceramics classes for the whole family!


6:00pm Friday, March 31st until 6:00pm Saturday, April 1st

The Art-A-Thon is back! Come and create art at the Rumriver Art Center during our Art-A-Thon! Whether you are an early bird or a night owl, we will be open for you. It will be 24 hours of non-stop art and creativity. There will be a variety of art activities to participate in throughout the 24 hours! Come alone or bring a group. All are welcome! Get your spark going with some creativity and support your community art center.


Summer Art Camp

June 12 through September 1

Rumriver Art Center is offering over 50 Kids Summer Art Camps in 2023. Camps are already starting to fill.

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2023 North Artists Studio Crawl

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March 14, 2023

Hwy 10 weekend closure March 17-20

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Winter/Severe Weather Policy

Safety is our first priority in extreme weather. The safety of all students is the first priority when determining if Rumriver Art Center should stay open in extreme weather. If we cancel a class, we will give participants either a refund or credit to use on any other class. As soon as the decision has been made to cancel a class we will post on the RRAC website and social media. You can also call us at 763-323-8830 to find out if there will be class. Rumriver Art Center will base the decision to stay open or close on information from the National Weather Service and the MN Department of Transportation. If there is a storm WARNING or “Travel Not Advised” issued, we will close. You have the final decision on whether or not to attend class. If RRAC is open, students are expected to attend and no refunds or credits will be given. However, if you feel you would be in danger you can choose to stay home.

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The Journey, by Montana Becker

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Learn more about Montana’s art journey. From her creative inspiring childhood, to turning to art as a powerful outlet.