Northern Suburban Center for the Arts (NSCA) was fonuded in 1979. It was the dream of  a St. Anthony woman named Phyllis Williams, but she could not carry it out because she became ill. Marjorie Glass took over the mantle and saw the idea out to fruition. It had humble beginnings in St. Anthony, but then was eventually migrated to Fridley in less than a decade.

They have growvn and blossomed since then and are involved in a variety of programs. One of the mis the makers market (Marjorie's Market) pays homage to women-led grass roots efforts to nurture the arts in the northern suburbs of the Twin Cities. That is their whole mission, by the way. To expand creativity in the northern suburbs and to nurture local artists as best they can.

One notable program they host is called Mega(mini)sota, which is a showcase of works from artists under 18. It's a way to highlight the up-and-coming artists in a positive way.

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