HOliday Art Fair & Home Tour
December 3 - 5, 2021
Holiday Art Fair
The Holiday Art Fair takes place inside the Tower View Barn, the Exhibition Gallery, the Potters Gallery, and the other interior spaces that connect them. This is a great opportunity to visit and explore.
Original artwork is available for sale from artists working across all disciplines, such as paintings, photography, fine jewelry, textile rugs & quilts, hand-thrown ceramics, postcards, sculptures, woodwork, stoneware clay pottery, metalwork, woven baskets, and more.
Are you an artist interested in participating? Learn more and apply here.
2020 participating artists included: Ann Berget, Abbey Blake, Lynn Brown, Brenna Busse, Karen Caldwell, Deb Lee Carson, Max Cora, Christy Dickinson, Mary Ila Duntemann, Kate Fisher, Will Fritsch, Sara Herman, Sandy Hokanson, Lori Hungerholt, David Husom, Art Kenyon, Pamela Kirton, Richard Loer, Mary Logue, Karen McCall, Constance Misener, B-J Norman, Paul Olson, Steve Ozone, Emily H. Phillips, W.P. Rodman, Bonnie Rubinstein, CB Sherlock, Jessica Sievers, Sandra Simon, Leslie Stewart, Tom Virgin, Dan Wiemer, Melinda Wolff, and more!
Holiday Home Tour
The Historic Tower View Residence is a Georgian Revival style brick house with 12 rooms. Beautifully crafted cherry woodwork and decorative painting are featured throughout the house. Built between 1915-1922 as a family home by Dr. Alexander Pierce Anderson, an educator, inventor, and plant physiologist best known as the inventor of puffed wheat. Occupied by artists-in-residence and private rentals, the Holiday Art Fair & Home Tour event is the only opportunity all year for the general public to tour the Historic Residence, a unique part of Red Wing’s history.
Guided tours for groups no larger than 12 will depart from the front porch (Hwy 61 side) of the Historic Residence at specific times. Guests must be present at least 5 minutes prior to their tour start time. Tour admission is $10 for adults, $5 for youth under 18, and free for Anderson Center members.
The Anderson Center is committed to adhering to state and county health guidelines regarding COVID-19. No proof of vaccination or a negative test is required for Holiday Home Tours at this time, but such a policy could be implemented closer to the event. Updates will be posted here and sent to all ticket buyers.
Commercial self-cleaning, bi-polar air ionizers have also been installed in all ductwork servicing the Tower View Barn and common areas of the Anderson Center's Main Building complex.
This event is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.