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  • Public Art Opportunity: Hopkins City Hall Entry Vestibule Sculpture Request for Proposals (RFP) The newly renovated Hopkins City Hall will feature an original, suspended artwork created by a Minnesota artist.  The site for the piece is the new entry vestibule, a welcoming focal point to the center of city government and services.  The vestibule is on the north side of the building, with glass on the east, west, and north walls. We are looking for lightweight, suspended art that will make use o…
  • APPLY TO THIS CALL Entry Deadline: 2/15/19 Days remaining to deadline: 28 Number of Applications Allowed: 5 REQUIREMENTS: Media Images: 3  Entry Fee (Hopkins ArtStreet 2019-20): $20.00   Hopkins ArtStreet is a select, juried public art display centered on charming, historic Mainstreet in Hopkins, MN (15 minutes from downtown Minneapolis).  Artists working in all outdoor-tolerant media are invited to apply. Accepted artwork is displayed for approximately one year (May to May). P…
  • Apply for a Special Exhibition The Hopkins Center for the Arts (HCA) invites all artists to apply for a special exhibition. Application deadline for 2019 to 2020 season is February 1, 2019. These shows explore the following artistic works that often include an educational or outreach component: Culture Form Genre Medium Theme Proposals We accept proposals from members or nonmembers, from individuals or organizations, from artists or curators. You may submit a proposal based on your own original …
  • Arts in Harmony 2019: the North Show- International Juried Exhibition All Galleries On view January 10 - February 17, 2019 Opening Reception: Thursday, January 10; 6-8pm, Award Presentation at 7pm Curator Talk: Thursday January 24; 5:30pm social, presentation at 6pm In its 24rd year, this international juried exhibition showcases work of thirteen different classes of media by artists from the United States and abroad.  Over $12,000 of prize money is distributed over more than 50 awards.   Ju…
  • Out of Home: work by Zoe Aparicio Lobby Gallery, Second Floor November 1-December 2, 2018 Opening Reception: Thursday, November 1, 6-8pm Artist Talk: Tuesday, November 20, 5:30pm Originally from Mexico, Zoe Aparicio is a freelance photographer and photo-educator living in Los Angeles, California. “The ability to change location and environment has always been an interest of mine,” Aparicio explains, “but one that has caught my attention more and more as global trends in human migration co…
  • My Indigenous Expressions: work by Gordon Coons Lobby Gallery, First Floor Exhibition on view November 1-December 2, 2018 Opening Reception: Thursday, November 1, 6-8pm Artist Talk: Tuesday, November 20, 5:30pm Originally from Wisconsin and now living in Minneapolis, Gordon Coons is an enrolled member of the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin. His work is carried by galleries coast to coast. “My inspiration comes from my heritage of Chippewa and Ottawa. I …
  • Irreproachable: work by Marjorie Fedysyzn Opening reception: Thursday, November 1, 6-8pm Panel Discussion: Thursday, November 29, 5:30pm Meditative Stitching events:  Thursday, November 8, 6-8pm & Thursday, November 15, 1-3pm Space is limited, please sign up here Exhibition on view November 1- December 2, 2018 Marjorie Fedyszyn is an artist-educator living in Minneapolis. She received a 2018 Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board and was a 2013 Jerome Fiber Artist Proje…
  • Everyday Scenic: work by Terra Rathai Opening reception: Thursday, October 4, 6-8pm Artist Talk: Tuesday, October 23, 5:30pm Exhibition on view September 27- October 27, 2018 A University of Minnesota graduate from South Minneapolis, Terra Rathai came to photography in her late 30s “when I decided to commit to a 365 project in 2010, taking photographs every day and publishing them on my blog: avantgarden365. That project changed my life.” Adds Rathai, “I work with everyday subject matter a…
  • Silver Nocturne: work by Ekaterina Kazachenko Opening reception: Thursday, October 4, 6-8pm Artist Talk: Tuesday, October 23, 5:30pm Exhibition on view September 27- October 27, 2018 Ekatrina G. Kazachenko was born in Russia in 1980, nine years before the collapse of the Soviet Union. Her work can best be viewed as a reflection of her Russian heritage through a temporal prism. Memories of childhood and experiences from adolescence remain important in helping to define her path as an artist. Says…
  • Persons of Interest: work by Thomas Page Opening Reception 6-8pm, Thursday, June 7 Artist Talk  5:30pm, Tuesday, June 26 Exhibition on display June 7 - July 8, 2018 A full time painter, Thomas Page believes the human figure is eternal: “It is the first contact we have when born and if lucky the last one we have upon passing, everything in-between is an embellishment on that experience.  My work pivots on the idea ‘it's not about the image, it's about the message behind the image’, a conc…