Our core values
Creative Visionary | Connector | Unexpected Fun
Twin rivers movers + shakers: Headshots + crafting your elevator speech
monday, aug. 13, 6:00 pm, cambria gallery, river hills mall
Headshots are $20 (please RSVP in advance). Elevator Speech workshop is free and open to the public.
Public art is being used to rethink and rebuild our community in Greater Mankato. Check out our public art programming and find out how to get involved.
Twin Rivers is committed to providing access to resources and opportunities for artists, sharing current local and regional listings.
Artists are at the core of our mission. Twin Rivers is committed to providing professional development and networking opportunities for individual artists and arts groups.
The work of Twin Rivers is fueled by the support of new interns and volunteers. Gain professional experience and meet other arts enthusiasts by joining our community.
Our members believe, like we do, that arts and culture play a big role in shaping our vibrant community. Learn more about membership benefits.
Arts & culture strategy
The best way to embed arts and culture into the community is to plan for it. Learn more about the Get Creative, Mankato plan and North Mankato Public Art Ideas Plan.
This Week's Events
Mon, July 16
- CityArt Walking Sculpture Tour, all day
Tue, july 17
Yoga in the Gallery, Emy Frentz Arts Guild, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Wed, july 18
RakStar Fusion Belly Dancers, Emy Frentz Arts Guild, 8- 10 p.m.
Thu, july 19
- Tyler Willmore Opening Reception, Emy Frentz Arts Guild, 5-7 p.m.
Fri, July 20
- Kids Pillow Art Class, Emy Frentz Arts Guild, 8:30 a.m.
sat, july 21
- Bothy Folk Club presents Ethan Becker, Emy Frentz Arts Guild, 7 p.m.
SUN, july 22
- 1918: Home & Abroad, BECHS, 1-4 pm
Greg T. Wilkins
Greg Wilkins is a painter, photographer, mixed media artist, educator, and activist. He also works in Student Activities at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Through reconstruction, imagination, and collage, Wilkins reinterprets his creative process by building layers of paint, embroidery thread, graphite, ink, and beads. Enhanced, these elements transform into a new idea, a revelation of the original. The viewer confronts the work from their own lived experience with the artist’s desire they will reflect through a different lens.