Work is being done on westbound North Shore Drive. Please allow extra time when driving to the Minnetonka Center for the Arts and we apologize for this inconvenience.

Repairs will be completed in late July.

Detour Routes


Building hours may be adjusted due to weather or the class and exhibit schedules. Please check here or call the main number for the latest schedule information.
Thank you!

The Student Show 2024

July 19 – August 17

This show illustrates the creativity, skill and inspiration that unfold in our studios every day. Exhibiting in a professional gallery setting is an important part of the artistic learning process, and this show reminds us of the power, potential and importance of the visual arts in our lives. Come see what attracts people to our studios and keeps them coming back. It might even help you find the perfect class for your own artistic journey!
Arts of the Holidays 2019

Call for Entries: 2024 Arts of the Holidays Show and Sale

Call for Entries – Due September 13

Open for shopping October 25 – December 21
Intake of artwork: October 15 and 16
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Art classes are just one way you can engage with the arts at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts. Explore one of our current exhibitions, try something new in a workshop, participate in an event like our book club, and more!


Art classes and workshops for all ages, interests, and abilities. Click to learn more and register.

Exhibits & Events

See what’s on view in our art gallery, learn about upcoming events, and more!


Get a discount on classes and more with your membership to the Art Center. 

Support the arts in your community!


Seeking inspiration? Here are museums you can visit virtually.

Have a passion to share? Want to teach?

Are you an artist/instructor looking for a place to share and develop your talent? MCFTA is always interested in proposals for series classes or workshops, whether in a discipline we currently offer, or something new. If your art-making career is at a stage where sharing your passion with others is the next step for you, contact Bob Bowman at for adult programming, or Ruth Mason at for children and youth programming. (If you know you’re ready to teach, but aren’t sure exactly what form your class would take, we can help you figure out where your skills would fit into our program best.)

Our Mission

In the belief that the visual arts are indispensable to a healthy community, it is the mission of the Minnetonka Center for the Arts to provide teaching excellence, quality exhibitions and cultural enrichment for people of all ages, interests, and abilities.