Lanesboro Arts Galleries connect artists with the community.
The 1879 brick building at 103 Parkway in downtown Lanesboro began as a general mercantile, supplying the town with its essential dry goods, fabric, and candy. In the 1990s, a group of artists opened a gallery there, representing the very beginnings of Lanesboro Arts. In 2014, the building underwent historic restoration, enhancing the facade and installing a grand entrance with 10-foot doors.
Today, 103 Parkway houses the Lanesboro Arts Juried Sales and Exhibition Galleries, which are open year-round. As a multidisciplinary arts organization with a passion for engaging a community with art, the Lanesboro Arts Galleries strive to present accessible and diverse works that foster educational opportunities for visitors as well as impacting artists’ careers.
COVID-19 Update: The health of our artists, community members, visitors, staff and volunteers is at the forefront of our minds at Lanesboro Arts. Taking this into account, March events at the St. Mane Theater have been postponed and the Lanesboro Arts Gallery will be closed to the public until May 1st, 2020, at which time we will assess the situation to ensure the continued health and safety of the community.
Lanesboro Arts is not closed! We’ll continue working behind the scenes to keep high quality arts programming possible and vibrant utilizing creative and innovative ways to serve artists and our community. As additional information becomes available, we will be in touch via email, social media, and our website regarding any updates and changes. Thank you for your patience and your trust that we are working with great care to navigate these challenging times.