A decade ago, Robyn Stoller Awend and Camille J. Gage initiated a process that would become the member-owned, -curated, and –operated art gallery Form + Content. Since then, the organization has presented 85 exhibitions dealing, in large part, with critical social issues, including LGBTQ rights and identity politics, the housing crisis, Israeli/Palestinian conflicts, and the values and use of water. Perhaps no other Twin Cities gallery has so consistently and seamlessly merged socially engaged practice with artistic excellence. And the shows haven’t been limited to visual art. In 2011, the space was transformed into the Wee Cabaret, a performance venue. This celebratory exhibition will reunite the 30 artists who made the gallery a singular platform for artistic exploration and expression.