Summer Camp

Begins June 15, 2020

We are excited to announce that Summer Camp began on June 15 as scheduled. Due to COVID-19, there is limited space in our camps and some have already filled. We have developed new procedures to ensure the health and safety of all participants. We will be following all guidelines for social distancing as outlined by the MN Department of Health to ensure the health and safety of all individuals taking classes at the art center.

Wheel Throwing Pottery Classes

Wheel throwing pottery classes are back! We have developed new procedures to ensure the health and safety of all participants. We will be following all guidelines for social distancing as outlined by the MN Department of Health to ensure the health and safety of all individuals taking classes at the art center.

Virtual Art Classes

We will continue to offer Free virtual classes through Zoom due to the COVID-19 situation. Some of you are unable to attend classes in person. Here is our offering FREE live virtual classes. Recordings of some of previous live free classes can be found on this page also.

COVID-19 Update – We are Open!

June 14, 2020

Rumriver Art Center is now open.

We care deeply about the health and well-being of our community. Thank you for your support as we all go through this together. Click “Learn More” below to view our COVID-19 Preparedness Plan.

If you have any questions, please call (763-323-8830) or email us (sales@rumriverart.com). Wishing you all health and peace.

Recent news

June 20, 2020

The Highwaymen and Albert Earnest Backus

The Highwaymen and Albert Earnest Backus – A Floridian Artist who spent his life paying it forward. Larry, the Director at The Rumriver Art Center, told me about the Highwaymen, which he had discovered by watching the Antique Roadshow.  I thought I would look into it and see what they were about.  The Highwaymen were a loose… Read More

June 12, 2020

Pencil Feather Drawing

Watch how Deborah Ann Kirkeeide takes you through the process of a pencil drawing of a feather. Materials you will need is pencil, eraser and drawing paper.

RRAC's COVID-19 Precautions

With the rising public health concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Rumriver Art Center (RRAC) is committed to the health and wellness of our participants, artists, and employees. We are paying close attention to the national and local news about COVID-19, so that we can stay informed and provide a supportive, responsive, and safe environment for our community. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL POLICY

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The Highwaymen and Albert Earnest Backus

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The Highwaymen and Albert Earnest Backus – A Floridian Artist who spent his life paying it forward. Larry, the Director at The Rumriver Art Center, told me about the Highwaymen, which he had discovered by watching the Antique Roadshow.  I thought I would look into it and see what they were about.  The Highwaymen were a loose… Read More