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The East Central Regional Arts Council advocates for the arts in East Central Minnesota, funding creative projects and programs, providing technical assistance and developing available resources.

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Featured Artists

  • Anthony Michaud-Scorza

    Category: Glass

      Anthony Michaud-Scorza was awarded a 2012 East Central Regional Arts Council/McKnight Fellowship for professional artists. He is a contemporary hand blown glass artist and will be working toward creating and displaying cutting edge glass sculptures of his own design. Michaud-Scorza resides in Isanti County and has a studio near Cambridge, MN.     ... Read More

Recent News

  • ESSENTIAL Arts News December, 2014

    In this newsletter: IMAGE Art Show 2014 Results (pics!) ECRAC Space Survey Grantee Organization Best Practices Grant Info Session for SCHOOLS Next Grant Deadline is February 2 Braham Arts Happy Hour About ECRAC ...Read More
  • Regional Arts Council Survey

    Did you attend the IMAGE Art Show 2014 and wonder about the possible permanent uses of the warehouse space adjacent to the East Central Regional Arts Council?  Now is your time to share your input and be part of the decisionmaking process!...Read More
  • IMAGE Art Show 2014 Awards!

    The East Central Regional Arts Council (ECRAC) is proud to honor the award winners of the twenty eighth annual IMAGE Art Show which opened on November 8 and was held through the 21st.   The Best of Show Award went to Marilyn Cuellar of Cambridge for “Hostas – Light and Shadow”.   The People’s Choice Award was awarded to Andrea Torma of  Wyoming for "Untitled". Photos are available now go to the ECRAC Artist Page and scroll down!...Read More
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