Contact Us:

We can be reached by phone: 1-651-388-2009

or by email:


Director - Stephanie Rogers: (Bio) email

Visitor/Administrative Assistant: Laurie Andrews (Bio) email

For billing or facilities rental contact: Joe Loer: (Bio) email

Development Director: Collin McCanna (Bio) email



Ralph Balestriere
John Christiansen (Chair)
Paul Cloak (Vice Chair)
Sean Dowse
Carolyn Hedin (Treasurer)
Robert Hedin
James Lenfestey
Fiona McCrae
Karen Mueller
Peg Noesen (Secretary)

Advisory Board:

William Haaland
Art Kenyon
Steve Lawrence


Location:location map

Anderson Center
163 Tower View Drive, PO Box 406
Red Wing, MN, 55066




Red Wing, Minnesota,
is a picturesque town situated on the Mississippi River. It offers many excellent recreational opportunities. The Mississippi River and Lake Pepin, with boating, skiing, swimming, fishing, and skating, are great attractions. Barn Bluff and Sorin Bluff are favorite hiking and picnicking areas. Colvill Park, with a large municipal swimming pool, also has boating and picnicking facilities. Several eighteen-hole golf courses are situated in the gently rolling hills of the Red Wing area. The beautiful Cannon Valley Bicycle Trail winds its way through the grounds of the Anderson Center and is available to residents of the Center. Red Wing is also home to ArtReach, Goodhue County Historical Museum, the Sheldon Theatre and the Red Wing Arts Association.

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Key Staff Biographies:

Stephanie Rogers was born in Rochester, Minnesota, and grew up in Chillicothe, Missouri. She earned a BA in Studio Art from St. Olaf College and an MFA in Photography from the Tyler School of Art, Temple University in Philadelphia.
She has formerly served as the Gallery Director of The Third Place Gallery and Assistant Director of Thomas Barry Fine Arts, both in Minneapolis. She has worked as Graphic Designer for Holmes Design, Marketing Coordinator of In The Heart of the Beast Theatre, and coordinated special projects for The History Theatre and Arts on Chicago in Minneapolis.
An award-winning photographer, she has exhibited her work widely, including at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony, Minnesota; The New School of Design in New York; the Icebox Gallery in Philadelphia; the Rochester Art Center in Rochester, Minnesota; and the Hold Art Space in Brisbane, Australia.
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Joe Loer is the Finance Manager at the Anderson Center and is responsible for managing the operational finances, including recording and tracking program expense and revenue, creation of financial statements for the Finance Committee, and developing planning and budgeting documents. He is an environmental engineer by trade who has worked with private, nonprofit, and public sectors, in the United States and abroad. Before moving back to Red Wing in 2010, Loer was the Managing Director of a nonprofit effort to develop land in Jamaica into an eco-resort. He has rented a writing studio at the Anderson Center since 2011.
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Laurie Andrews is the Visitor/Administrative Assistant at the Anderson Center. She is responsible for visitor experience and project and office support. Laurie comes to us with years of experience in customer service, non-profit and small business administration, along with event planning. As a life-long resident of the Red Wing area, Laurie has accumulated knowledge of the rich history of Red Wing and the surrounding area.
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Collin McCanna is the Development Director at the Anderson Center. He attended Lawrence University in Appleton, WI for Studio Art as well as the Conservatory of Music for Percussion Performance.  He studied Art History at the American University of Rome in 2010 and graduated from Lawrence as President of the Class of 2011, Captain of the Swim Team, and Executive Board Member for his fraternity, Beta Theta Pi.  In 2017 he graduated from Northwestern University with a certificate in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Organizations. He is an accomplished percussionist with notable recent performances including the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s 50th Anniversary Celebration and The Frequency Festival in Chicago.  He is also passionate about Brazilian samba music and is a member of the Bloco Maximo ensemble, with recent performances at the Quilombo Cultural Center and the Roosevelt Theater.
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