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The Finger Painter
- The simpliest way to get started supporting The Cultural Centre.
Paint By Numbers
- For the one building interest in The Cultural Centre and able to give a bit more.
The Oil Painter
- You’ve fallen in love with The Cultural Centre and all it has to offer.
The Master of Paint
- You’re ready to go all in! Donations of $250 or more will be represented by a plaque on our donation wall.
Our Generous Donors
These people keep the doors open so we can continue to connect with our communities and our communities can cannot with us.†
Individuals | Families
Jim & Trisch Beilke
Gus & Beck Lingl
Robert & Renae Saunders
Brent & Julie Wertish
Lyle & Pam Lundstrum
Annmarie & Lee Wurm
John & Judy Jacobs
Rick Bonlender & Mary Ahern
Pat & Laura Posl
Paul & Patti Heyl
CMSGT Abel Jr. & CW4(R) Mara Ochoa
Bob & Joan Bernstrom
Mark & Rosemary Glesener
Lynn & Chris Picquet
Mike & Leah Tersteeg
Stan & Jan Prokosch
Florence & Lowell Lauer
Vern & Helen Prokosch
In Honor Of
Jim & Marlys Tersteeg
Robert & Mary Ryan
Maxine & Sy Jacobs
Theresa & William Glesener
Businesses | Foundations
Bird Island EDA
Saunders, Mertens, Schmitz, PA.
Rural Computer Consultants, Inc.
Frandsen Bank of Bird Island
George Paur Agency
S.J. Jacobs & Sons
BIO Legacy Endowment Fund
Our Savior’s Luthern Church Endowment Fund
Bird Island Lions
MN Historical Society
Southwest Minnesota Arts Council
EXPERIENCE MORE AT THE CULTURAL CENTRE
Krstyl Louwagie - March 2021
Cartooning. Influenced from early childhood by illustrated fairy tale books, super-hero comics and animated cartoons. She is the marketing coordinator for Southwest Minnesota Arts Council.
Jim and Trisch Beilke - April 2021
Basketry and wooden boats. Working with natural materials such as feathers, antlers, seegrass, jute and wood this exhibition is a feast for those who have a love for natural materials.
Don Sherman - May 2021
Papermaking. A Southwest Minnesota State University adjunct professor and retired photographer using native and invasive plants sometimes blended with commercially produced fibers.
Pat Amberg and Sons - June 2021
Sculpture. A kick off to the Island Day's celebration emphasizes the importance of family and the relationship between fathers and sons.
Jim Brooks - July 2021
Woodworking. This exhibition will also include a woodturning workshop on the green space of the Cultural Centre.
McKenna Lilja - August 2021
Mixed media. An exhibition filled with oil paint, pastels, found objects and textiles that turns the mundane into extrodinary.
Nan Karr Kaufenberg - September 2021
Linoleum block prints. An award winning artist with a distinct style unlike many other styles of painting and imagery.
Dona Larkin - October 2021
Paint. Another award winning, national/world renowned artist who works as a freelancer for commissioned original art work.
Sheila Jacobs - November 2021
Pottery, paint. Known for her stain glass creations, watercolor and most recently pottery, she is lauded as a home-grown artist and conservationist with deep respect from our state-wide community.
640 Dogwood Avenue P.O. Box 434
Bird Island, MN 55310
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or By Appointment
Monday - Friday: 10am - 5pm, Saturday 1-4pm