Closing reception: October 30 from 6-8 pm
Experience the healing power of nature as the residents of Northwest Passage debut their most recent terrestrial and underwater photographs. In addition to stunning environmental photographs, the exhibit will feature unique portraits of the artists, superimposed with scenes from nature that hold special meaning for them. Through Northwest Passage’s Artist-in-Residence program, professional artists were able to help youth who are struggling with mental health issues find beauty in the world that surrounds them, and in themselves.
Handmade, homemade, and machine-quilted quilts, hangings, or original fiber works of various sizes, styles, and ages are welcome! Entries must be completed... no "works in progress" please. Any size is welcome although we have limited space for king-size bed quilts. A hanging sleeve is highly recommended and makes the quilt easier for us to hang. There is no fee to enter.
Drop off (up to 3 quilts) November 4-8 between 10 am and 4 pm or by appointment.
Monday, November 18 from 4:30-6:30 pm
Scrapaholic Tendencies with quilter/designer Nancy Pietrowiak
Monday, November 18 at 6:30 pm (NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED)
A trans-continental collaboration featuring the work of South Korean ceramic artist Lee Byoungkwon and Ben Gavin of River Falls. Nurturing connections through the making and use of ceramics and the sharing of tea.
*Due to travel logistics, the exact dates of the show are still TBA.
Stay tuned for details!
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made upon request and if feasible. Please call ahead to schedule field trips and group visits.
Field trips: Monica LaVold 715-426-3484 Groups: Cole Zrostlik 715-426-3496
Questions? Call or email Cole Zrostlik, Event & Gallery Coordinator
at 715-426-3496 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Monday 9 am-8 pm; Tuesday-Friday 9 am-5 pm
Library Lower Level, 140 Union Street, River Falls, WI 54022
Additional weekday and Saturday/Sunday gallery hours vary based on staff and volunteer availability. Exceptions to these hours occur during exhibit set-up and/or tear down and may fluctuate depending on the anticipated needs of our audiences.
Display your personal or group collection, project, or memorabilia in the large display case right inside the security gates in the main entrance to the library. Get visibility for your hard work, knowledge of local history, or group efforts. We welcome all sorts of collections and ideas!