Activity

  • Please join us on July 21st for the opening of Game On Tilt, featuring new works by Gerry Bibby. The exhibition will be on view through August 25th.   Midway's gallery and library are free and open to the public, Wed – Sat from 11am – 5pm.   https://midwayart.org/event/game-on-tilt/
  • Anna Helm, Lisa Lapinski and Hirsch Perlman Organized by Lisa Lapinski September 16 – November 4, 2017 Opening reception: Saturday, September 16, 6 – 8pm   Please join us this Saturday for the opening of an exhibition by artists Anna Helm (Los Angeles), Lisa Lapinski (Houston), and Hirsch Perlman (Los Angeles). The exhibition, organized by Lapinski, will feature new works including sculpture, photography, and drawing, and will be on view through November 4.   https://midwayart.org/event/…
  • Lann Briel posted a new Opportunity 2017 Visual Arts Fund
      The 2017 Visual Arts Fund online application opens Sept 1 and is due Oct 14 at 5pm (CST). Please visit www.midwayart.org/vaf for details on eligibility and to apply.  If you have questions, contact us at [email protected] or (612) 605-4504. The Visual Arts Fund awards five $5,000 and three $10,000 grants to artist organized projects in the Twin Cities metro region. The VAF supports the development of new or experimental projects and initiatives that offer an opportunity for free public …
  • Thursday, September 14th, 7:00pm Free & open to the public   Join the author in Midway’s library for a book launch and reading from her most recent publication, After Kathy Acker. In this first, fully authorized literary biography, Kraus approaches Acker both as a writer, and as a member of the artistic communities from which she emerged. At once forensic and intimate, After Kathy Acker traces the extreme discipline and literary strategies Acker used to develop her work, and the contra…
  • Lann Briel updated the Opportunity Visual Arts Fund
    The Visual Arts Fund awards five $5,000 and three $10,000 grants to artists in the Twin Cities metro region. The VAF supports the development of new, experimental projects and initiatives that engage the public with visual art. Proposals must name a lead organizer, but can include any number of artists as collaborators; individuals or groups may apply. The VAF program seeks to support a wide array of innovative and diverse projects that otherwise might not occur. What We Fund Projects that have …
  • Saturday, July 15th, 6pm - 8pm Free entry The Monster Drawing Rally is an exciting, family friendly event that involves Twin Cities’ artists and the community with the goal of raising funds for Midway Contemporary Art (501c3). Artists generously donate their time and talent by drawing live at the event during three one-hour rounds. Each drawing is available immediately for sale (first come/ first serve) for a flat price of $35. Event attendees are invited to watch as artists draw and to keep …
  • Watch over 75 artists draw live throughout the night and bring home the drawings you love for $35. Drawing rounds begin at 4, 5, and 6 pm Drawings are $35 Cash bar / Potter’s Pasties and Pies Food Truck All proceeds benefit Midway Contemporary Art. The Monster Drawing Rally is an exciting, family friendly event that involves Twin Cities’ artists and the community with the goal of raising funds for Midway Contemporary Art (501c3). Artists generously donate their time and talent by drawing l…
  • Emily Gastineau updated the Opportunity Visual Arts Fund (VAF)
    Midway Contemporary Art is launching the Visual Arts Fund (VAF), a new grant program for Twin Cities metro-region artists. Established as part of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts’ Regional Regranting Program, the VAF will award three $10,000 and five $5,000 grants annually. The VAF is aimed at supporting new, experimental projects and initiatives happening outside of established arts programming. Many artists currently produce exhibitions and installations in temporary spaces, sta…
  • The Visual Arts Fund is a new grant program established by Midway Contemporary Art with generous support from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Minneapolis-St.Paul will be the eleventh metro area included in Warhol’s Regional Regranting program, which is aimed at promoting vibrant artistic activity in cities across the United States. The Visual Arts Fund will award five $5,000 and three $10,000 grants to artists in the Twin Cities metro region. The VAF supports the development o…