Red Rock Center for the Arts (formerly known as The First Church of Christ Scientist) is a 1898 historic building designed by prominent Minnesota architect Harry W. Jones. It is an excellent example of the Richardsonian Romanesque style. It is constructed of Sioux Quartzite (red rock),quarried in southwestern Minnesota. Today, the building is operated by the Martin County Preservation Association, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Red Rock Center for the Arts is proud to display a wide variety of fine art from emerging to experienced artists. A new visual artist is featured every month, and viewing is always free of charge. This community art center also offers a wide variety of affordable entertainment for all ages. Enjoy a wide variety of musical concerts featuring big band, swing, jazz, cultural, strings, piano, and more. Our beautiful hardwood floors are perfect for ballroom dancing. Educational art and music classes for adults and children are offered at various times throughout the year. Click the calendar tab to view a complete listing of events and classes.
The gallery space is available to rent for that special occasion. A perfect location for small weddings, receptions, birthdays, fundraisers, and more. A smaller conference room is available in the lower level for business meetings and smaller gatherings. Click on the facilities/rental tab for more information visit www.redrockcenter.org (click the calendar tab to view our monthly events) or call 507-235-9262.
222 East Blue Earth Avenue
Fairmont, MN 56031
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