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Thank you for your interest in leasing at the Northrup King Building. All available leasing opportunities are listed on this page below. Please respond directly to studio shares, display & exhibition spaces, and photography studio opportunities through the artist contact information provided in the posting. For all other inquiries, please contact us through the form below.
Please note: We cannot guarantee a response to any space inquiry unrelated to the below listings. At this time, the Northrup King Building does not keep or track any waiting list.
Space available for a 2D or 3D artist. This is a spacious 1,164 square foot shared space. It gets good traffic during events! It is in a great location, right by the elevator! The studio is not a working space, but can be used for teaching, private gatherings, and special events. There are 5 artists in the group. We rotate Saturdays and cover for each other during events as needed. You will have specific display space and the rest of the space is shared. Price is dependent on space. Wall space is $200-$220/month; Variable for a 3D artist.
If interested email examples of your art/website link and an artist statement.
Contact: Michele Combs, firstname.lastname@example.org, 763-442-0290
Located in the main building in Studio 351, A.M.F. Cityview has shared space available for 2D and 3D artists. Display spaces are 15 ft, work space is also an option. Beautiful views and natural light!
The entire studio has LED track lighting. Storage and A/C are included. Artist will be provided with a studio key.
Next to stairs, elevators, and restrooms!
For more information, contact Amira Freidson:
Studio: 184/Dock 5
Dock 5 Studio and Galleries is seeking 2D artists to share our space starting August 1. We currently have 14-16 ft sections of wall space available in the main gallery, in addition to space in the Front Room Gallery. Many of the display panels in that room (either 4x8 or 5x8) are visible from the parking lot and the dock. Contracts are for 3months with the option to renew.
Each displaying artist will have front window space for one painting with contact information and space on the wall in the hallway for a large banner depicting their work. Longer-term displaying artists will have the opportunity to be on the Northrup King Website and Directory for even more exposure. In addition, limited storage space is available plus the opportunity to rent classroom space.
Dock 5 Studio and Galleries can be entered directly from the parking lot or from the interior hallway (Studio184 next to the passenger elevator and down the hall on the right from the main building entrance) making for easy and convenient customer access.We are open on Saturdays, First Thursdays, Art-A-Whirl®, Art Attack and for NKB special events. Please call for an appointment to come and see the studio if interested. You will need to comply with COVID-19 rules by wearing a mask and maintaining social distance.
JoAnne 612-239-5857 or email email@example.com
Siobhan 612-695-3068 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ärtactīle Gallery is interested in modern and contemporary artists seeking display space on the first floor of the Northrup King Building in Northeast Minneapolis.
The studio charges a flat monthly rental rate. We are open to the public Tuesday - Saturday in addition to NKB events including Art-A-Whirl® and Art Attack.
If you would like your work to be considered for display, please send a brief artist statement and images of your work or website link to Rollie Reis-Mather at email@example.com.
Follow the Muse Gallery is interested in artists seeking display space, with both wall and floor space available. The gallery is located on the first floor of the Northrup King Building located in Northeast Minneapolis.
The studio takes no commission from the sale of artwork and instead charges a monthly rental, with six month leases running January-June or July-December. Art-A-Whirl or Art Attack are included with the lease for NEMAA members.
We show textural, primarily non-representational art, and are currently accepting applications for exhibiting artists in 2020.
If you would like your work to be considered for display, please send a brief artist statement and images of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.