100 Stories - 365 Days
This multidisciplinary exhibit features 100 stories of immigrants living in the United States.
The Blacker the Berry ...
Featuring performances and visual art by over 50 women of color.
Mentorship and education on the culture, history and techniques of graffiti aerosol art.
Family Art Day
Creative Fun-Making for All Ages!
An exhibit featuring Minneapolis based-artists working for community change.
So Fresh and So Green
Exploring themes of Environmental Crisis, Racial Injustice, Economic Imbalance, Homophobia and Transphobia.
Intermedia Arts' internationally renowned multimedia celebration of women in hip-hop.
Sparking dialogue and social change with new performing arts, visual arts and films!
Immersing visitors in the creative vitality of the continually evolving uprising Arab Spring movement
What's New? 40 x 5 (Phase 3)
Photographs document changes in 40 Twin Cities neighborhoods.
Influences of Graffiti on Art, People and Culture.
Home Sweet Home Again
Artwork and poetry by local artists and poets on homelessness, affordable housing, and the meaning of home.
Summer Arts Institutes for Teens
Youth + Art + Leadership = Summer Arts Institutes for Teens!
Love is Love
An artistic collective response to the Marriage amendement and the impact on our community
Not About Bombs
Eminent female Iraqi artists explore an identity in flux.
Mixed media exhibition showcasing the mysteries and miracles of Latin American life and art.
The Art of Tibetan Survival
Contemporary & traditional artists share visions of Tibet in this mixed media exhibition.
Dimensions of Indigenous
Annual exhibit featuing the work of native and Indigenous artists.
Feed & Be Fed (Alimenta & Déjate Alimentar)
A cross-cultural gallery exhibition in celebration of Dia de los Muertos
Artist, mother, and resident Michele Spaise tells the story of her community through photography and sound.
Upstream: Recent Photographs
It takes courage to show yourself when somebody is staring at you through a lens.
Legacies of War
Explore a forgotten chapter in U.S. history through the voices of Laos villagers.