The Edge Center for the Arts
Community, School, Art Gallery, EdgeWild Players

THEATRE

Edge Theatre

Piatigorsky Foundation presents violinist Qing Li on Monday, April 25 at 7 pm.
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Wednesday-Friday, May 6-8 - Sewell Ballet (Reif sponsored) 12:30 (School performance Wednesday) and 7:30 pm Friday

Wednesday, May 13 - Bigfork High School Spring Concert at 2 pm

Friday-Sunday, May 22-24 - Best of the Players: The 10-Year Reunion Show Edge Wild Players

GALLERY

Edge Gallery

CALL for ENTRIES
for the 2016 Juried Exhibit
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April 9-30: Native Arts & History
The Rosy Simas exhibit
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Gallery open for Rosy Simas exhibit: Wednesdays and Thursdays 9-3
and Fridays 9-12
and during other April performances.

May 5-21: Student Art Show
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On June 22nd, the Edge Center was awarded the Sally Ordway Irvine Award for Arts Access.

Please see the video that the audience of over 300 of Minnesota's arts community saw about the Edge Center while seated in the new concert hall at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in St. Paul.

Here is the full description of the Award, its history, and what made them choose the Edge. Sally Awards - ORDWAY | Official Website of Ordway Center for the Performing Arts




Listen HERE to a review of the "Love Letters" play and the Steve Premo Exhibit. It was broadcast Thursday morning June 19 on the KAXE Morning Show. The reviewer is Steve Downing.

Listen to a discussion about Community Theater
on KAXE held on February 8, 2014: HERE

Now the Hummer is becoming "edgy" - check out the blog!

Visit the Edge Center from your home on YouTube!


ADDRESS
101 Second Avenue
Post Office Box 303
Bigfork, Minnesota 56628

Telephone: 218-743-6670

Email: admin@the-edge-center.org

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Our Mission: To enhance the Edge of the Wilderness by providing a welcoming
and well-managed space, where shared art experiences build community.


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Arrowhead Regional Arts Council This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council thanks to an appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.