Arts for Everyone, Everyday.

The Superior Council for the Arts (SCFTA) is part of the energetic and creative arts community in the restored 19th century stone building on the corner of Broadway Street and Hammond Avenue in the wonderful historic Trade and Commerce Marketplace in the North End of Superior, Wisconsin. SCFTA joins the North End Historic District and communities of the region in growing a flourishing arts environment. Since 2006, The Superior Council for the Arts (SCFTA) has been a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization.




Enjoy a wonderful variety of artworks by these artists:

Dennis Aho. Holly Bounting. Shannon Cousino. Matt Ellis.  Bill Ellison. Lindsey Graskey. Jim Grittner.  Patricia Lenz.  Janice Letsos.  Susan Loonsk. Michael Maguire. Susan Maguire.   Alberta Marana. Bill Morgan. Jeredt Runions. Wendy Savage. Ruth VanderHorck.  Jim Vojacek.  Susan Vojacek. Colin Wiita. Marlene Wisuri.



North End Arts Gallery upstairs at 1323 Broadway: the Red Mug Corner in Superior. Sponsored by The Superior Council for the Arts (SCFTA)

North End Arts Gallery open Thursday-Saturday. noon to 6 pm at 1323 Broadway Street, Superior, WI 54880. Find more information: 715-392-6007

Watch for special events & offers with the New Spirit Room at 1323.



Early Sign-up for 2015 Broadway Community Garden Plots Starts Now!

Putting gardens to bed, fall 2014: Gardeners have been removing spent materials from garden plots & adding them to the permaculture heap or appropriate compost piles. Perennials are being cut back and gardeners have topped off plots ready for 2015.

Broadway Community Gardens' first 2015 event will be The Amazin' Duane's Horse Manure Compost Workshop. In 2014, we had cold pouring rain for our season's first two events. So, we transplanted rhubarb & hops & and rescheduled for 2015.

We are looking forward to The Amazin' Duane Workshop in Spring, 2015. We will see how the rhubarb & hops do over the upcoming winter!  Gardener's Suspense.

The 2015 session is free to all Broadway Community Gardens' Gardeners & Composters.

The Broadway Community Gardens is located at the corner of Broadway Street & Hammond Avenue in Superior.   For more information call 715.392.6007.


Superior Council for the Arts Invites Artists!

Superior’s Keyport Liquor Growler Art Contest

Local Artists!

Goal:  Artist Series Growlers. Capture the work of a local Twin Ports artist and put it the hands of our craft beer community. We would like to know:  what makes you local to the Twin Ports area.   Give a brief history of your artwork.

Art Size & Colors

Artwork can be in digital format or a physical that can be scanned into a digital format for the printing company.

Art Selection process

The artist series growler from Keyport will be an ever changing series. If your submission is not picked for the current growler release coming up it could be selected for another release in the future.

Multiple submissions from artists are great!. The final art selections that will go to print on the growlers will be determined by 3 or more members of the Keyport staff. You will be notified by e-mail that your art has been selected.

Keyport Liquor & Superior Council for the Arts for details.

Download the Keyport Liquor Growler Art Contest entry form.


Join Superior Council for the Arts today.

We invite public attendance and participation in regularly changing exhibits, receptions, and events in the North End Arts Gallery (NEAG) and Broadway Community Gardens. A vigorous and creative group of volunteers manages both Gallery and Gardens.

You can add your name to our contact list here


Contact us.

To sign up for any of these events, or to become a member, please contact Superior Council for the Arts: 1323 Broadway Street, Superior, WI 54880, phone: 715.392.6007. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Exhibit hours are: 11-5 T, TH, F, SA. Free and open to the public.




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Join us February 12, 5-7 pm in the North End Arts Gallery for the the opening of  SCFTA's first art exhibit of 2015.