In consideration of the health and welfare of our visitors, artists, and staff GRA was temporarily closed to the public. However we are re-opening on Sept. 9 (regular retail hours). Learn more on our "About" page. Please consider making a donation today to support the arts in the community! Your gift will help GRA with immediate expenses and preparations to reopen our galleries and events. Finally, don't forget to keep creating... link to a variety of FREE online resources for both youth and adults, under our "Arts Education" tab. Help Support Us!


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 to seek ways to continue to support creativity and artists. 


When Asked What I [Heidi Jeub] needed, this was my response:
Recently, I was presented with a quote by Toni Morrison that rings true in this unprecedented time:

This is precisely the time when artists go to work. There is no time for despair, no place for self-pity, no need for silence, no room for fear. We speak, we write, we do language. This how civilizations heal.

I believe her sentiments, because I feel the words each day. I have been struggling, as many have, with what to do next: The next week, the next day, the next moment, that would support my family, continue my career, and make a statement of what is happening in this place in history.

Here is how you can make a difference for the artist!

Want to Meet Heidi? Connect with her in a one-on-one, exclusive tour onsite. Learn more HERE!

  • Attend the artist reception that is open to the public on September 26th from 11-2 p.m. (artist talk at 1 p.m.) at Great River Arts located at 122 First Street SE, Little Falls. Please note, masks are required to enter the galleries.

Other ways to connect: Purchase a piece from her collection (view complete collection online as a virtual exhibition catalog or video) or show your support as a private donor to encourage the artist to continue creating.


Click HERE to view Heidi's installation in GRA's Front Gallery  

 Click HERE to view Heidi's installation in GRA's Front Gallery titled, Far Away/So Close: Abstract Discussion in Times of COVID & Change.

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