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.

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Studio 165 - Display Space

Display Wallspace

Available June 1, 2020

Studio/gallery #165 has an excellent location in the Northrup King Building on first floor, near the main entrance. It is a shared space with two other easy-to-get-along-with artists.

·     The wall that is available is 15 feet wide by 10 feet high

·      2Dartwork only

·     No storage or workspace is available

·     Month-to-month lease

·     $200.00/month

Please email your artist’s statement and images of your work or a link to view your work to Susan.

Call or email Susan at 612-508-0942; if you have any questions.

Studio 447 - Shared Studio & Gallery Space

Shared studio and gallery space in 447 Northrup King Building.

Available June 1, 2020

~ Personal work space in spacious studio (1162 sq ft)
~ Shared work areas and storage
~ 24 x 48” Takach etching press
~ Kitchen facilities with running water and A/C
~ Exhibition opportunities in gallery

This is an L-shaped open space that's divided into 3 or 4 personal workstations.
There is a double door entry off main hallway opens into gallery space and press-area.

Monthly rent $194 -$388 depending on space needed

Contacts:    Patty:

Studio 391 - Display Space

New space available for a 2D or 3D artist. It is in a great location, right by the elevator!  It gets good traffic during events! The studio is for display not for working space. It is available for teaching in, private gatherings, and events. We are a group of 5 friendly artists. 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.

If interested email examples of your art/website link and an artist statement.
Studio #391
Contact: Michele Combs,, 763-442-0290

Studio 195 - Shared Space

Studio 195, Dock Door7 – Shared Space

We have an opening in studio 195 on the first floor with direct access to the front parking lot as well as access to the back dock. The studio space stretches from the front of the building to the back and offers a great deal of ease for loading and unloading materials and work. We have always strived to keep 3 working artists in this shared space with an office/work area, display space for shows and exhibitions, and storage space for your excess. Each of us has our own set of keys and access to the space from a private entrance whenever you need it should you want to work a separate set of hours from us as a way to keep social distancing. You are welcome to hold private events as well as being open for all building events.

Mike Behr


Ross Mackert

Display Space

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

Display Space

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

Studio 317 - Shared Space

Work/Exhibition Space Studio 317

Shared work/display space for rent available June 1st. Studio 317 is located on the 3rd floor of the Northrup King Building near the 3rd floor gallery. It has 1500 sq. feet to be shared by 3-4 artists. The studio has 10ft high ceilings, concrete floors, exposed brick, air conditioning and a shared lounge area. The studio is located near the Van Buren Street entrance. All artists have a set of keys, can come and go as they please and are welcome to hold private gatherings as well as participate in all open studio events.

Please Email Christina with an Artist Statement and photos of your work.

Christina Hankins

Display Space

Studio: 184/Dock 5
Susan Fryer Voigt Studio & Gallery

Dock 5 has display space available for artists.  We are open on Saturdays, First Thursdays, Art A Whirl, Art Attack and for NKB special events. In addition, Dock 5 is open during workshops and classes which are held Mon, Tue, and Wed every other week and most Saturdays.

Dock 5. the Susan Fryer Voigt Studio/Gallery, can be entered directly from the parking lot or from the interior hallway (Studio184 midway between the passenger elevator and the main building entrance), making for easy and convenient customer access.  In addition to location, location, location, Dock 5 also conducts workshops and classes in its classroom space, sells art supplies, frames and framing service, cards, prints, and original paintings.

The front room gallery is shared display space.  Many of the display panels (either 4x8 or 5x8) are visible from the parking lot and the dock.  Each displaying artist will have front window space for one painting and contact information, and, space on the wall in the hallway for a large banner depicting their work.  Longer-term displaying artists will have the ability to be on the Northrup King Website and Directory for even more exposure.

Bill and I look forward to working with you. Please call for an appointment to come and see the studio and display panels to apply if interested.

Please call Susan at 651-353-5045 or email: