Saturday, August 01, 2015
Join us each and every week for Open Saturdays as dozens of studios open their doors to the public.
See a list of studios open Saturday, August 1st from 12-4 pm
Monday, April 13, 2015
ICEBOX GALLERY presents “Here to There,” an exhibit of photographic images captured on road trips to Eastern SD by photographer, Howard M. Christopherson. Most of thirty-three images on display were taken over a 2 year period, Christopherson traveling numerous times to Lily, South Dakota, to conduct photography workshops, take time off to retreat on his own, and vacation with family and friends.
Exhibit Closes, August 22, 2015*
Thursday, July 09, 2015
Showcasing Artwork Created by Kolman & Pryor Gallery Artists
Betsy Ruth Byers: Painting
Kate Casanova: Mixed Media and Sculpture
Jim Dryden: Painting
Jil Evans: Painting
Farida Hughes: Painting
Ernest Miller: Clay
Kelly Jean Ohl: Clay
Patrick K. Pryor: Painting
Jodi Reeb: Painting
Danny Saathoff: Assemblage and Installation
Cameron Zebrun: Sculpture
July 25- September 5, 2015
Saturday, August 15, 2015
7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Friday, July 31, 2015
Northrup King Building is hosting a very special event to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the devastating storm that struck the Mississippi Gulf Coast in 2005. The worst natural disaster to ever befall the United States, the storm took the lives of 1833 people, and displaced thousands more. Many of those survivors were aided in their recovery by Minnesotans.
“Journeys” is an exhibition of art by three Mississippi Gulf Coast artists who lost their homes and studios in the storm. Assisted by the efforts of many Minnesota volunteers, the artists were able to rebuild their homes and resume their careers. The exhibition was conceived as a way of not only expressing thanks to the many volunteers who came to the aide of storm survivors, but also serves as an example of what can happen when people reach out to their fellows.A documentary that follows the artists over the past decade has also been recently produced, and will be screened during the opening reception.
Thursday, August 6
Third Floor Gallery at Northrup King.
Friday, July 31, 2015
Saturday, August 15th from 5-10 P.M.
This FREE summer celebration gives art lovers the chance to attend a rare Saturday night open studio tour at the Northrup King Building.
Join the Soupie family and the family of artists at the Northrup King Building for eye-popping art and art activities for people of all ages including:
Drive-In Movies- make your own art car, grab some fresh popped popcorn and enjoy one or more short videos at our “Drive-In Movie Theater”.
Play Bags – an artistic version of this fun yard game.
Kids ages 6-12 can take a painting class with Michael Bellotti. The cost is $10 and the class is restricted to 20 or fewer students. This is a one hour class and one adult must be present with the children they bring to the class.
Make your own s’mores in one of sculptor, Jeff Lohaus’, hand-built fire pits.
Build your own ice cream sundae at the Kolman & Pryor gallery.
Take a “Soupie Selfie” with one or more members of the Soupie Family.
Book making with artist Laurie Salmela in studio 425 from 5:00 – 8:30.
Live portrait paintings by Sarah Riley in Tres Leches Gallery (#173)
Gather up your family and friends and join our family of artists and Soupies for The Ultimate Family Reunion!
Linda’s artwork is whimsical, bright, and sometimes a bit surreal. Her work is defined by a foundation of vibrant colors and textures. Often, the colors are chosen even before the subject or composition. Ideas enter Linda’s head and buzz around, gathering momentum and volume until they can no longer be quieted. She has no choice but to immerse herself in music and bring her paintings to life.Linda finds inspiration everywhere and in everyday. She is lucky to have kept the rose colored glasses of childhood that allow her to still see the dazzling wonder in this world and she endeavors to let this shine through in her work.
The purpose of Linda’s work is very simple. She hopes that when looking at her paintings, viewers can steal a bit of laughter or find a camaraderie in the midst of a typically high-stress, fast paced world.
Posted on Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Recently, we celebrated the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District win the title as the #1 art district in the nation according to a USA TODAY 10Best poll. While at the party, our building manager Debbie Woodward received the first ever “Vision Award” from the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. Debbie has been working hard as building manager for eighteen years. She’s contributed so much to the building and community as a whole and we couldn’t be more proud of her.