Northrup King Building is home to hundreds of Artists and Creatives. First Thursdays are a great night to visit our artists and discuss the process and inspiration behind the incredible art, and take home your one of a kind treasure. With Four Enormous Floors to explore, our historic building is truly a Twin Cities iconic destination.
P.F. Cafe Opening Celebration
Thursday | Mar 2 | 5pm
1st Floor | Space 144
About PF Cafe
PF Cafe partners with Public Functionary to nourish the creative community in the Northrup King Building. Located in Public Functionary’s main gallery in studio #144, we serve Asian and American dishes, soups, salads, and paninis, with vegan and gluten free options, coffee, Thai tea, and smoothies and pastries. Our mission is to serve delicious food, provide employment opportunities and support vendor collaborators from the community. We proudly partner with the Lor Family Farm, Gus Dean Coffee, BlackBerry Bakery, Konjo Treats, and Pillsbury House Theatre. Profits from PF Cafe support the studio program at Public Functionary.
Best of Cow Tipping Vol. 4!
Thursday | Mar 2 | 7-9pm
3rd Floor Gallery | Space 332
Book Release & Author Reading
A Cow Tipping Press team of staff and authors has been combing through our last FIFTY books to create this extra special compilation of stand-out works. Come be the first to grab a copy and celebrate the release of this new collection with the authors! Featuring a gorgeous and thought provoking exhibit of visual art by statewide Art for All artists with disabilities at the Northrup King building, live Jazz music by Rabeca, provided refreshments and extra snacks for sale by Noshing with Netta! A true don't-miss-evening free and open to all!
- Wheelchair accessible (wheelchairs provided at the entrance if needed)
We look forward to seeing you for First Thursdays from 5-9pm. Plenty of Free Parking, Passenger Elevator, and Comfortable Spaces. Come and Explore!
Not all artists or studios will be open during extended Northrup King Building hours, per their discretion. We encourage you to contact the artist or studio you wish to visit to ensure they will be open.