Creative Care Packages

Sign up here to register for WBCA’s Winter Creative Care Packages via email as well as class catalogs and other WBCA information.

EACH WEEK includes a new artist highlight, a calm poetry reading video, kids art activities using at-home materials, a recipe+artwork pairing, and a testimonial from WBCA community members. The care package components are available below: 

ARTIST HIGHLIGHTS

  • Artist Highlight with Candice Davis
    Candice Davis is a conceptual artist from San Antonio, Texas and working in Minneapolis. Her practice is focused on the use of digital media, installation,…

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  • Artist Highlight with Erica Spitzer Rasmussen
    What path did you take to become a professional artist? For a brief period during my adolescence, I thought I wanted to be an archeologist, my…

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  • Annie Hejny Artist Highlight
    Abstract visual artist and forest therapy guide Annie Hejny will be teaching with WBCA this Spring in her class Water and Woods: Abstraction and Nature. You can also learn…

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  • Q&A with Rebecca Pavlenko
    Discover the world of NOURISH/DEVOUR through this Q&A with Rebecca Pavlenko, the artist behind WBCA’s latest online exhibit. These questions came from members of the…

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  • Artist Highlight: Katie Bosley
    Read below for a Q&A with WBCA clay instructor Katie Bosley! You can learn more about and join her class Clay Conversation Club: click here.…

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POETRY READINGS

MR. KYLE’S KIDS CORNER

Youth & Outreach Director “Mr. Kyle” Frederickson has taught visual art fundamentals to thousands of K-5 students for over a decade through WBCA’s Arts in Elementary Program. Here he offers simple, hands-on art projects: 

RECIPE PAIRING

This part of the care package is inspired by Arts & Eats, White Bear Center for the Art’s new community cookbook. Order yours online here or pick up a copy during the Sunday Arts Markets. 

WBCA TESTIMONIALS

Curious about people’s’ experiences at White Bear Center for the Arts? Listen to learn more:

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