Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Join dancer/choreographer Deborah Elias and abstract painter Barbara Roche in a charged encounter between movement and stillness. Roche’s imposing and dramatic painting “Damnation” provides the emotional force behind this succinct new performance work, the first in a series of experimental works between Elias and Roche.
There will be an informal reception following each showing, offering an opportunity to talk with the artists and a unique chance to view “Damnation.”
Thursday, April 9th Showings at 7 PM and 8 PM in Roche Studio, Studio #442
No tickets are required, however space is very limited. Reserve a seat through Brown Paper Tickets.
$10 suggested charitable contribution.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Guest Artist Sarah Riley captures the mood and personality of family and friends in her delightful portraits! Join us Saturday for live painting as a few lucky individuals will be captured on canvas!
Saturday, April 18th from 7-10pm
Steve Hemingway, a Michigan native, has been residing in Minnesota for twenty years. He is an accomplished artist in several mediums, but specializes in the ceramic arts, most often raku fired vessels, decorative wall mandalas, and sculptural pieces. Steve’s work is influenced by the forces, and delicacy of nature, rhythm, world cultures, and geography. The clay has become a canvas to portray an emotion, metaphor, or idea in a three dimensional work of art with great attention to detail, texture, and surface decoration. Steve’s commissions can be found in many local corporate settings, and national private collections.
Posted on Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Recently, we celebrated the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District win the title as the #1 art district in the nation according to a USA TODAY 10Best poll. While at the party, our building manager Debbie Woodward received the first ever “Vision Award” from the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. Debbie has been working hard as building manager for eighteen years. She’s contributed so much to the building and community as a whole and we couldn’t be more proud of her.