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141 E. 4th St., The Pioneer Building St. Paul, MN 55101 | St. Paul (Downtown) |
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Business Description

he Project Space is MMAA’s laboratory for investigating how the museum can serve the local community. It is also a foot in the door to a building that may potentially be our new home in St. Paul. Our ultimate goal is to find and occupy a permanent home in the state capital, and the historic Pioneer building has emerged as a promising location for the placement of a renewed and retooled museum.

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