Art

801 Gallery
801 N. Washington, Mpls. 55401
612-636-7187
http://www.801washingtonlofts.org/art-at-801/


All My Relations Gallery
1414 E. Franklin Ave.
612-235-4970
www.allmyrelationsarts.com

The Horse Nation of the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ
Horse Nation is a new exhibition that explores how horses shape the history, spirituality, and culture of the Dakota, Nakhota, and Lakhota people, collectively known as the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ or the Seven Council Fires.
The exhibition features more than 30 artworks—including paintings, textiles, film, and beadwork—by nationally renowned contemporary Native American artists. More of the exhibition will be on view at the Minneapolis Institute of Art and Two Rivers Gallery throughout the summer.
Through October 8


ColorWheel Gallery
319 W 46th St.
612-823-5693
www.ColorWheelGallery.com 


courageous HeARTS’
2235 E. 38th St.,
612-729-2483
https://www.courageous-hearts.org/workshops.html 


Douglas Flanders & Associates
818 W. Lake St.
612-849-9494
www.flandersart.com


East Lake Library
2727 E. Lake St.
612-543-8425
http://www.hclib.org


Gage Family Art Gallery
22nd Ave. S. at Riverside Ave.
612-330-1524
Augsburg.edu/galleries


Gamut Gallery
717 S. 10th St.
612-367-4327
www.gamutgallerympls.com


Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
612-377-7800
www.grovelandgallery.com


Goldstein Museum of Design
McNeal Gallery
1985 Buford Ave., St. Paul 55108
612-624-7434
http://goldstein.design.umn.edu


Highpoint Center for Printmaking
912 W. Lake St.
612-871-1326
highpointprintmaking.org


Instinct Art Gallery
940 Nicollet Mall
612-240-2317
www.instinctmpls.com


Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center
788 E. 7th St., St. Paul 55106
Maryanne Quiroz, 651-366-0006
Cenoch Quiroz, 612-203-5690
https://indigenous-roots.org


Intermedia Arts
2822 Lyndale Ave. S.
612-871-444
intermediaarts.org


Metro State St. Paul Campus,  Gordon Parks Gallery in the Library and Learning Center
645 E. Seventh St.
651-999-5942
erica.rasmussen@metrostate.edu


Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 3rd Ave. S.
612-870 3000
http://new.artsmia.org/


Modus Locus
3500 Bloomington Ave. S.
612-382-9477
www.moduslocusmpls.com

Ways of Knowing
Local artist KNZ brings us an art installation that explores the spirit of her ancestral family through studying the natal chart, ancient astrology and the astrological planetary counterparts to 12 of the Orishas, spirits of the Yoruba religious belief.
By looking at our natal chart and comparing it to those of our ancestors, we can pick out solar and lunar themes, sign and chart patterns that tell our family story; the astrological echoes running through bloodlines.
Ancestral astrology is a star map that leads us to ways of knowing the story of the family, ancestral patterns and how to heal generational traumas.
In collaboration with two creative wizards and local multi-media artists, Miko Simmons and MMYYKK, the show will feature an astral navigation full wall animation by Simmons, with an original cosmic soundscape by MMYYKK, to create a full sensory experience.
September 8-28


Northern Clay Center
2424 E. Franklin Ave.
612-339-8007
https://www.northernclaycenter.org/


Regla De Oro
2743 Lyndale Ave. S.
612-886-1247
www.regladeoro.com


Solid State Vinyl Records
4022 E. 46th St.
612-916-0990
http://www.solidstatemn.com


Soo Visual Arts Center
2909 Bryant Ave. S., Suite 101
612-871-2263
www.soovac.org


Squirrel Haus Arts
3450 Snelling Ave.
612-669-8712
www.squirrelhausarts.com

Art to Change the World  (And they’re not kidding …)
Photo by Nikki McComb, Choices
Art to Change the World is a diverse coalition of artists, educators, scientists, topic experts and other change makers who have joined forces in service of positive social change. We are employing the arts, education, audience engagement and organizational partnerships to provoke discussion, reflection and action, and to nurture an emphatic, socially-aware and action-oriented community.
To that end, twenty established and emerging artists—local, national and international – have come together to create art around critical issues that they are passionate about—in the hopes of affecting real change. Nothing new about that, you say?
But, here’s the catch—and what just might make them successful—each artist is working with an expert in the field or an individual who’s had intimate, authentic experience with the artist’s topic. These “topic voices” are helping to shape the dialogue, and to change the trajectory of the art process in a way that is enriching the experience for the artist, and hopefully for our audience, as well.
The artists and their topic voice team members are creating social and environmental justice works that will transform the cutting-edge art space at Squirrel Haus into an inviting and surprising universe. This “new world” is intended to draw the visitor into a thought provoking, interactive journey which is aimed at inspiring action within our community and beyond.
Handicap Accessibility: The building is handicap accessible w/handicap parking and entrance in the back of the building. On street parking is also available for visitors.
For a full list of programming and events see the website at https://www.arttochangetheworld.org/events-b/. Tickets can also be purchased on the website for ticketed events. But, most events are Pay-What-You-Can and open to the public.
October 4-14


Susan Hensel Gallery
3441 Cedar Ave. S.
612-722-2324
www.susanheselgallery.com


Vine Arts Center
2637 27th Ave. S.
612-728-5745
www.vineartscenter.com


The White Page
3400 Cedar Ave. S.
413-478-0455
http://the-white-page.org

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