About

Watermark Art Center (WMAC) is a non-profit, member-supported organization dedicated to encouraging the growth and development of art in our community. Watermark provides gallery space for exhibitions, author readings, and  workshops. We display national, regional, and local artists in group exhibits,…

Exhibits

Watermark currently hosts one exhibit gallery and one retail gallery. Featured are all forms of visual arts, from photography and watercolor, to displays of Fiber Art, mixed media, collage, sculptures and more! All exhibits are free for public viewing and open…

Membership

There are many ways to give to Watermark. You can become a member or business partner, offer a tax-deductible donation, or volunteer at our events. By donating to Watermark, you are telling us that art is important to you and that you…

News & Updates

Watermark presents Anishinaabe exhibit and workshops during Pine to Prairie Fiber Arts Trail

Featured artists and instructors include Tom Stillday, Betsy May, Clyde Estey and Karen E. Goulet.

Waabanjigaade exhibit at Cabin Coffeehouse

Watermark Art Center presents an off-site photography exhibit at The Cabin Coffeehouse, 214 3rd St NW, downtown Bemidji. The exhibit, titled Waabanjigaade, will feature natural and cultural profiles by Manidoikwe Devlin and David Manuel. Meet the photographers and learn more about…

Watermark names Native American Gallery

Watermark Art Center is thrilled to announce the name of its new Native American gallery, slated to open this fall when current renovations to the art center are complete. The Miikanan Gallery will welcome and promote contemporary and traditional work…

Make Your Mark

Watermark Art Center’s Make Your Mark campaign is a fundraising effort to renovate its recently-purchased property located at 505 Bemidji Avenue. Watermark’s property encompasses a half city block in downtown Bemidji. It includes a 10,000 square foot building, parking lot…

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