Our makers put their heart, art and soul into each handcrafted item, many of which are made locally and created exclusively for the Guthrie. Get to know our talented artists and shop their collections. See all featured artists.
Art By Aleisha
Inspired by a life-changing trip to Cape Town, South Africa, Aleisha Nelson set out to launch a one-of-a-kind art and design studio where she could mix her love for art and travel and storytelling. Today, Aleisha is an artist, designer, cartographer and entrepreneur who uses art as a way to explore and express all the wonders and stories that hide in the corners of our world — and she creates pieces that help others do the same.
Roseline’s Candles started with a single candle and a dream. Based on the belief that we must care for each other and the world in business, in life and in our homes, every hand-poured candle is made sustainably from start to finish and created with the highest quality vegan ingredients, including 100% soy wax and the safest of scents. Not only do they burn cleanly, they burn beautifully.
The award-winning chocolate of Sted (formerly Terroir Chocolate) is handcrafted and blended to create a chocolate that delights all senses. While their flavors and ingredients are global, their chocolate is handcrafted in small batches in Fergus Falls, nestled in the lake country of Northern Minnesota.
The Guthrie's 2023-2024 Season includes The Importance of Being Earnest, For the People, A Christmas Carol, 'Art', Dial M for Murder, On Beckett, Richard II, Henry IV, Henry V, Skeleton Crew, Little Shop of Horrors and English. Scripts for 2023-2024 Season shows can be found here.
Gifts that give back
Support a great local cause this holiday season when you purchase items from our exclusive collection of mugs, magnets and more.
“You are on Native land” Collection
Featuring Indigenous artwork designed by Twin Cities artist and actor Adrienne Zimiga-January (Citizen of the Oglala Lakota Nation), every item makes a powerful land acknowledgment. All proceeds go to the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Franklin Avenue — a community center founded in 1975 that works to preserve and support American Indian cultural traditions through art, youth and intergenerational programs.
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