Most Arboretum Adult Classes & Programs Postponed or Canceled through August 31

Please check the COVID-19 Arb Classes Updates Webpage for the latest updates.

Programs that remain on this page are still open for registration!

Open Art Studio

Arboretum Open Art Studio: Your place to create and converge! 
Do you need a beautiful and inspiring space to practice your art? Do you enjoy the community of other artists for support and encouragement? There is no better place than the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum to continue your artistic journey! Set in the exquisite Edwin Lundee- designed Tea Room, you will find inspiration inside and out all year around. 


Arboretum Open Art Studio

Autumn Series
Tuesdays 9 a.m.-1 p.m., September 15-November 24

Level
All levels, mediums & abilities are welcome
Supplies
Bring-Your-Own
Do you need a beautiful and inspiring space to practice your art? Do you enjoy the community of other artists for support and encouragement? There is no better place than the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum to continue your artistic journey! Set in the exquisite Edwin Lundee designed Tea Room, you will find inspiration inside and out all year around. As you gaze through the windows for one-of-a-kind observational nature opportunities. On chilly mornings a real log burning fire will provide the warmth needed to get those creative juices flowing. Whether you are just beginning or have been practicing your art for many years, everyone benefits from this supportive, welcoming environment.
  • Tables, chairs and easy water access are available for your convenience
  • One fee allows admittance for all 12 Tuesdays

Limit 20, Snyder Building - Tea Room

register Sold out. Add your name to the waitlist, we will notify you if a spot opens!
Autumn Series
 

Tuesdays 9 a.m.-1 p.m., September 15-November 24
$49 member/$155 non-member, includes Arboretum admission


Arboretum Open Art Studio: Winter 2021

(12) Tuesdays 9 a.m.-1 p.m., January 5 - March 23

Level
All levels, mediums & abilities are welcome
Supplies Bring-Your-Own
Do you need a beautiful and inspiring space to practice your art? Do you enjoy the community of other artists for support and encouragement? There is no better place than the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum to continue your artistic journey! Set in the exquisite Edwin Lundee designed Tea Room You will:

• Find inspiration inside and out all year round
• Gaze through the windows for one-of-a-kind observational nature opportunities
• Bask in the warmth of a real log burning fire on those chilly mornings
• Feel supported by the artists around you to get those creative juices flowing
• Make new friends as you grow together in community
• Develop your artistic skills

Whether you are just beginning or have been practicing your art for many years, everyone benefits from this supportive, welcoming environment. Tables, chairs and easy water access are available for your convenience. One fee allows admittance for all 12 Tuesdays.

Limit 20, Snyder Building - Tea Room

register
$49 member/$155 non-member, includes Arboretum admission

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Questions?
Arboretum Education Office
Mon - Fri, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.*
arbedu@umn.edu
612-301-1210*
*We are temporarily working from home during Covid-19, we may return phone messages from a home phone 

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