Sioux Center Arts

The mission of Sioux Center Arts is to educate, enlighten, and enrich our community through the arts.

Sioux Center’s Recreation and Arts Council is a proud supporter of the area arts.

Some of the programs offered by Sioux Center Arts include art classes, theatre classes, and an annual community play. Sioux Center Arts also hosts a variety of different performing arts groups throughout the year and is a proud sponsor of NISO - Northwest Iowa Symphony Orchestra

For questions regarding arts programs and events, please contact Suzanne at (712) 722-4386 ext.8 or email

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Arts in the Park imageATTENTION!!! Artists, Baked/Farmers Market Goods and other artistic craft or homemade goods sought for Arts in the Park events

Looking for a great way to gain recognition for, teach or sell your artwork or other artistic craft?

Sioux Center Arts is looking for area visual and performing artists to display art work for viewing or sale at new Arts In The Park events at Sioux Center’s Central Park the fourth Thursday of each month June-August 2018 from 4-7 p.m.

We are also seeking balloon artists, face painters, art teachers, farmers’ market goods, baked goods, homemade soap goods, essential oil goods, and other wares. Children’s and adult art tents will be available for “make and take” projects.  Compensation for classes will be based on amount participants pay for class.  Certain class supplies will be purchased by Sioux Center Arts.

All vendors will be responsible for supplying Sioux Center Arts with a detailed description of their art/or other craft, gaining written permission from Sioux Center Arts for type of booth, and providing their own canopy tent and/or display racks, if needed. Artists may share a tent with each other. Artists may earn money from the sales of art or other approved product.  Musicians may request donations.

If interested in any of the above, please send a brief description of your artwork, 2 references and pictures of art/craft to: No phone calls please. 

Artist/Vendor Registration form:Registration form

​Online Registration 

For all class registrations, please click HERE


Art camp is designed for kids who love to explore their creative side and think outside the box! Each week will have a different theme for crafting. Students may sign up for one week or all three! There is no limit to the number of registrants. The last 15 minutes of the last class will be a show for parents to see their child’s artwork on display. Please have children wear clothes that can get messy. Any questions, please contact Suzanne Schuld at 

Cost: $15

Age: K-8th Grade

Paper Mache

Date: June 18 - 21

Grades: K – 2

Time: 9 – 10:30am

Grades: 3 – 8

Time: 10:30am

 – 12pm

Simple Science

Date: July 16 - 19

Grades: K – 2

Time: 9 – 10:30am

Grades: 3 – 8

Times: 10:30am

– 12pm


Date: Aug 6 – 9

Grades: 3 – 8

Time: 9 – 10:30am

Grades: K – 2

Time: 10:30am –



Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT), the nation’s largest touring children’s theatre, is returning to Sioux Center! A tour team will arrive with a set, lights, costumes, props and make-up, everything it takes to put on a play...except the cast. Actors who would like to participate may sign up in advance, and on the first day MCT will hold auditions to decide which actor will get which role. Some older students may get cast as Assistant Directors. This year’s show will be Gulliver’s Travels, and will be rehearsed throughout the week with two public performances on Friday and Saturday. This camp is open to grades K-7, but has a limited number of spaces for specific age groups. Different students will need to be at different rehearsals, all of which will take place between the hours of 10am – 2:30pm M-F.  A schedule will be handed out on Monday, after the play has been cast.

Please contact Suzanne Doubet-Schuld at for special circumstances.

Camp Dates: July 30—August 3

Cost: $35

Grade: K  - 7th    

Location: Te Paske Theatre at SC High School

Time: 10:00 am - 2:30 pm, M - F

Performances: August 3 at 6:30 pm &  August 4 at 2:00 pm at Te Paske Theatre