Minnesota Museum of American Art

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  • Mon - Wed: Closed to the public Thurs & Fri: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sat & Sun: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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Events

  1. David Hamlow: Mirror Stage

    David Hamlow: Mirror Stage

    141 E 4th St
    St Paul, MN 55101
    Call: (651) 797-2571

    The M is excited to present multimedia artist David Hamlow's first solo museum exhibition. This ambitious grouping of the Good Thunder, MN-based artist's new and ongoing works quantify and make visible how much paper and natural resources are wasted each day, week, and month. "Mirror Stage" will be presented in conjunction with Northern Spark 2017, an all-night festival of art projects that spans the Green Line transit corridor from downtown Minneapolis to Lowertown, St. Paul.

  2. Night at the M

    Night at the M

    141 E 4th St
    St Paul, MN 55101
    Call: (651) 797-2571

    Join us for a “Night at the M,” to benefit the Minnesota Museum of American Art (the M)

    For one magical night, the M's home in the Historic Pioneer Endicott will be remade into a creative wonderland. Through transformed spaces inspired by the museum's storied collection of artwork, you'll explore the nooks and passageways of one of the coolest, historic buildings in downtown St. Paul. After you're greeted with a glass of bubbly, you'll proceed through the Pioneer Endicott's arcades to find an artful surprise around every corner. With the help of local artists, performers, and neighboring cultural organizations, the M's soon-to-expand museum spaces will be transformed for a night of surprises, delight, and grown-up play.



    Join us! Spend an evening with us and, with the purchase of your ticket, show your support of the M's work as we look ahead, so we can continue to provide a home for exhibitions and programs that bring that same sense of surprise and delight through art to new audiences around the region.

    Your ticket to "Night at the M" includes hors d'oeuvres and drinks, live performances, dancing, and enjoyment of an abundance of artful surprises throughout the Historic Pioneer Endicott. Your ticket also entitles you to attend a special after-party at 12welve Eyes Brewing from 10 p.m. - midnight, following the main event. Tickets are $90 per person.

    VIP Access: Includes admission to all the festivities of "Night at the M," plus a special Green Roof Happy Hour from 6 - 7 p.m., with mingling and music, drinks and heavy appetizers. VIP Access tickets are $150 per person.



    EVENTBRITE LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/night-at-the-m-tickets-36319082353

    Main event: 7 – 10 p.m.

    VIP Green Roof Happy Hour: 6 – 7 p.m.

    After-party at 12welve Eyes Brewing: 10 p.m. - midnight

  3. We the People

    We the People

    141 E 4th St
    St Paul, MN 55101
    Call: (651) 797-2571

    Four curators—Christopher Harrison, Maggie Thompson, Mary Anne Quiroz, and the M's Diversity in the Arts Curatorial Fellow, Johnnay Lennay—consider the question: “What is American art?" Each curator's unique perspective is reflected through artworks in a variety of media and cultural points of view.

    This exhibit will offer visitors plenty of events and opportunities in which to engage the swirl of questions arising from this provocative question, and contribute their own responses.

    Image credit: Susan Hauptman, Untitled (Self-Portrait), 1997. Charcoal, pastel, paper. Collection Minnesota Museum of American Art.

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