Mankato Area Arts Council
Rating: 5 stars 2 2 reviews 496
120 South Broad Street Mankato MN 56001 USA
Visual arts center
Production of visual art exhibits featuring 523 pieces of art by 89 southern minnesota artists for the benefit of 3,284 visitors per year.
provision of affordable art studio spaces for local visual artists.
maintain a gift shop for local artists to sell fine arts and quality craft work on consignment.
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As a donor and long-time volunteer, I have found the Carnegie Art Center a wonderful, visual arts resource for exhibiting, taking classes, and finding arts resources. The Carnegie is in one of the most beautiful, historic landmarks in southcentral MN and is the largest visual arts gallery in the area. Each month, two new exhibits of new and emerging visual artists are presented. The large, annual regional art exhibit done in cooperation with the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council is in May/June each year. The juried exhibit is open to everyone who wants to submit art to be considered for the show. Usually there are almost 100 pieces of original art work presented in this exhibit alone!
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The Carnegie Art Center has three, large galleries in a beautiful, historic building. Exhibits change monthly. The quality and professionalism of the exhibit presentation is fantastic and a great service to beginning and professional visual artists!
The Carnegie now has a Facebook page that is always up to date (Carnegie Art Center Mankato) and a new webpage in progress: "thecarnegiemankato.com"
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recent exhibit participation.
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see how they could make the building more accessible to physically challenged participants.