New Opportunity for Artists – Art Call

Lemon Twist Tour: Fine Art and Historic Homes Thursday, June 25th (10 AM – 4 PM) St. Cloud State University Campus and Historic South Side Neighborhood

Have you always wondered what the interiors looked like in some of the historic homes in the campus neighborhood of St. Cloud State University? Please join us for an art crawl through some of these homes featuring a fine art sale by Visual Arts Minnesota artists. Stop by the base tent at Barden Park to pick up your tour map and see live art demonstrations by four artists working on 1 collaborative piece. Visitors will be invited to get their maps stamped at all 5 locations to be entered in a drawing to win the 4 person collaborative artwork.

Visual Arts Minnesota will also be printing a set of note cards for sale during the event with an assortment of images by the artists represented. This event will run during the annual Lemonade Art Fair on the St. Cloud State University Campus. Lemon Twist is the initial launch of an annual event partnership between the St. Cloud State University School of the Arts, South Side University Neighborhood Association and Visual Arts Minnesota. -Twenty artists will be selected to display and sell their work at 5 historic home locations. (around 2 pieces each depending on space in 5 historic homes, there will be around 4 artists at each location. Visual Arts Minnesota has portable walls and pedestals to be utilized for this event). -We ask that artists have all work for sale and that they be present for most of the time to meet with visitors and represent their work. -There is a fee of $10 to apply. -All mediums accepted. -All artwork must be ready to hang (wired if framed). Please visit for online submission form Application Deadline: Friday, May 29th Artists will be notified by Friday, June 5th.
Artists will be notified on drop off location time and date at a later date. Please email or call (320) 230-8000 or with any questions. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Central MN Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

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