Artwork created by local students is now on display in Galleria Valéncia at the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA), 1164 W. Howard St. The artwork was created by students of Brianna Haupt, who teaches k-12 at Riverway Learning Community.
Throughout May, visitors can view artwork that was created using a variety of mediums, subject matter, and artistic techniques. Experimentation with textiles, selfies, and still-life drawing make this exhibit unique and fun for all ages.
The public is invited to visit Galleria Valéncia at no cost during regular business hours: Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and Saturday 9 a.m. to noon. A generous donation from the Elizabeth Callender King Foundation helped supply a new hanging rail system to display the art.
The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts, an affiliate program of Saint Mary’s University, is a nonprofit organization offering programming in dance, music, visual art, and theater. Classes, lessons, workshops, and camps are offered for students of all ages from birth through older adults. For more information, visit mca.smumn.edu, email email@example.com, or call 507-453-5500.
About Riverway Learning Community
Riverway Learning Community is a tuition-free, Minnesota public charter school that was established in 2000. With the intention of remaining a small school that effectively creates a family-type atmosphere and provides a more individualized education, Riverway serves students in pre-primary through grade 12. For more information, visit riverwaylearningcommunity.org.
About Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota awakens, nurtures, and empowers learners to ethical lives of leadership and service. At Saint Mary’s, students find in every classroom — whether in person or online — a relationship-driven, person-centered education. Through intense inquiry, students discover the truths in the world and the character within. Founded in 1912 and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota enrolls 5,700 students at its residential undergraduate college in Winona and its schools of graduate and professional programs, based in Minneapolis but extending worldwide. Saint Mary’s offers respected and affordable programs in a variety of areas leading to bachelor’s, bachelor’s completion, master’s, certificate, specialist, and doctoral degrees. Learn more at smumn.edu.