Contemporary Perspective on an Ancient Tradition
The Closing Ceremony for Sand Painting was Sunday May 5. Michael Augustin shared stories of his journey to becoming a sand painter.
At 3 pm, attendees helped to gather the sand and remove the exhibit.
All that remains are prints of the sand paintings available for sale in Red Wing Depot Gallery.
Presenting the Arts
Red Wing Arts Association is the oldest arts association in Red Wing, originating in 1952 as an interactive arts educational program. We are committed to a focus on the strong support of, and being a catalyst for, an expanding and dynamic arts community in Red Wing and the surrounding area.
Our support of the arts incorporates all forms of the fine, applied and performing arts at every level within our community. It is our belief that a personal engagement in the creative process, and active exchange of ideas, and a commitment to diversity in the arts are mainstays of our culture.
RWAA proudly serves our community through artistic leadership, interactive education, and innovation programming. We are a volunteer, non-profit organization that supports emerging, established, and enduring artists and serves as a catalyst for a strong, sustainable, and dynamic arts community.
Red Wing Arts Association Board
The Board meets on the third Thursday of every month.
Board President: Art Kenyon
Executive Committee: Art Kenyon, Michael Way, Jim Magnusson, Curt Gruhl
Board Members: Fritz Anderson, Missi Blue, Sandy Giles, Peg Hansen, Jim Magnusson, Joan Norgaard, Jude Rooney,Michael Rudquist, Lenore Mavleos Spielman, and Michael Way
Resigned Board Member Emeritus: Marjorie Gray Vogel