Back in June, the folks at Gamut Gallery held their final show in their downtown Minneapolis space on Marquette Avenue. After about four years of hosting well-received shows and receptions things were up in the air, as the building they had renovated and called home was being turned into condos.
Fortunately, Gamut Gallery won't stay homeless for long, as they recently announced via their Facebook page that they have a new location lined up. The new space can be found at 717 10th Street South, which is on the fringe of downtown Minneapolis, in the Elliot Park neighborhood. The spot is about a block from Segue Cafe, and Band Box Diner is about a block the other way.
The gallery plans to reopen in October. They are also hoping to bring in more creative businesses along the strip:
What's more...there are three other spaces available in the building, ranging from 400 - 800 sq ft, each with a basement space of equal size. Our dream is to turn this into a happenin' little strip of arts & culture businesses/orgs. Would you or someone you know be a good fit?? Please SHARE this image with all the creative entrepreneurs you know to help us find the best neighbors! Thx!!Past shows at Gamut Gallery have included Erin Sayer's collection of paintings paying homage to the works of author Tom Robbins; a group show exploring class and poverty featuring graffiti artists, photographers, and collage artists such as Biafra Inc.; dance parties; and their annual juried group exhibition.
Stay tuned for upcoming projects.
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