Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) invites the community to a unique exhibit featuring the work of printmaking artists ages of all levels who participated in a recent workshop for ages 55+ alongside teens from Riverway Learning Community. Thanks to a generous grant from Aroha Philanthropies participants have been invited to explore a variety of printmaking techniques through group and individual instruction under the direction of local teaching artist, Brianna Haupt.

On Tuesday, November 19, 4:30-6 pm the community is invited to an open house, where they can meet and greet the artists and walk though Galleria Valencia inside Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts’ home, the Valencia Arts Center (1164 W. 10th Street, Winona) to view completed projects created during the generational printmaking class. Visitors will love the variety of techniques represented. Community members unable to attend the open house can view the exhibit between Nov. 19- December 19, 2019 during business hours and when ever programming is happening.

Learn more about Aroha Philanthropies and Seeding Vitality Workshops for ages 55+.