Old School Arts Center is now210 GALLERY AND ART CENTER
We've ChangedBut We're Still Here
2022 was a year of big changes for OSAC. We have moved to a new location thanks to the generosity of Sandstone’s United Church of Christ. (Our new building is at 210 Commercial Ave Sandstone MN.) We have also changed the name of our organization to “210 Gallery and Art Center.” Along with transitioning to our new home we are going to sunset this website. Look for us at 210galleryandartcenter.org coming soon!
Old School Arts Center
Supporting Art From Around Minnesota
Utilize other parts of the building, i.e. the theatre and classrooms, for more programming.
Create a larger presence on Community Education, i.e. more art class offerings.
Showcase artist at our monthly Community Events.
We Can Do It All.
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Types of Art
Watercolor & Oils
Stained Glass & Glassware
Clay & Ceramics
Photography & Video
What OSAC Can Do For Our Community
- Launch new art initiatives in the community, e.g. puppet theatre, singing groups, Art on Loan, Ballroom Dancing, plays, etc.
- Connect with local businesses and organizations, e.g. library, nursing home, special needs community, history center, etc.
- Engage youth in the Arts.
- Teach individual imagination, creativity, improvisation, and innovation.
In the Beginning – This non-profit regional arts center based in Sandstone boasts the best gallery space between the Twin Cities and Duluth, celebrating its first anniversary in January 2013
National Night Out 2021
National Night Out
The Creative Process
A grant through ECRAC made it possible for board training of OSAC ‘s Board of Directors led by Propel Non-Profits on February 2, 2019, at Pine Stone Lodge, Sandstone, MN.
Digital Mischief – Thank You For a Wonderful Opportunity
Digital Mischief – thank you for a wonderful opportunity; a wonderful gallery, and wonderful support.
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210 Commercial Ave
Sandstone, Minnesota 55072
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Arts and The Community
The Mission of the Old School Arts Center (OSAC MN) is to “build and enrich the community through arts education, exhibition and performance and support the efforts of local and regional artists and provide a venue for public events”.
Funding provided by East Central Regional Arts Council (#ecrac) and Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund (#ArtsLegacy) General Operating Support Grant Program.