Now in the galleries

Art Works = More than the sum of its parts
Visit the main gallery and celebrate the work of our members and supporter artists. The exhibit features more than 80 works from more than 30 artists, and we are highlighting collaborative works created by two or more artists. FREE Exhibit Opening: Sunday, April 7, 2019: 5:30-6:30 p.m. The exhibit will be on display April 7 through May 24..

Upcoming Exhibitions

June/July/August 2019: Beyond Being Hmong: Artists as Individuals

  • Exhibit will run June 2 through September 6.
  • Guest curation by (LINK) Katherina Vang

September/October 2019: Eagan Art House Harvest of Art Community Exhibit

November/December 2019/January 2020:TBD

Application for Consideration: Solo Visual Arts Exhibits at Art Works

    • All 2D & 3D visual artists are encouraged to apply.  We are currently accepting applications from quality artists who have a unique vision to share as a solo exhibitor. While we seek artists for programming in 2020, we occasionally have need for work to fill our spaces on short notice.  We would like to be able to call on solo artists to help us keep our galleries full and vibrant at all times.
  • Call for Art (LINK) HERE
  • Preview the Application (LINK) HERE
  • Apply Online (LINK) HERE

Past Exhibitions

February/March 2019: Mirrored Mosaics: Artists’ Reflections on Being Muslim in Minnesota

November/December 2018 – January 2019: Art Works Members’ Exhibit: Art at Work – exhibit celebrating the creativity of Art Works member artists; and Anthony Caponi: Personal Treasures – rarely seen sculptures from the Caponi family collection.

September/October 2018: Harvest of Art – Community Exhibit curated by the Eagan Art House

June/July/August 2018: The Great Outdoors: Art Inspired by Wild Minnesota – Supporter Showcase and Invitational

April/May 2018: Lighting the Way

February/March 2018: American Conversations: Looking Forward – Art by WARM

November/December 2017/January 2018: Art: Diverse Perspectives Through Local Eyes – Art by Eagan Artist Connect

October 2017: Art: The Unexpected Application of Skill