Monday, September 19, 2011
Where to go:
MPLS Photo Center
2400 North Second Street, Minneapolis, MN 55411 (Map)
What to do:
1. See what’s in the gallery
The MPLS Photo Center galleries are located throughout the first and second floor and showcase six-week exhibitions. The current shows are John Sevigny’s Nomads and Geoffrey Stone’s Primitive Contours.
2. Check out the events calendar
Photography at the Center holds artist talks, lectures and other events at the MPLS Photo Center Lecture Center. Coming up are an artist talk by Michael Crouser on October 5 and a lecture by John Schott on November 3. See more event listings online.
3. Take a class
There are tons of classes offered at MPLS Photo Center for a wide range of ability levels, interest types and skill sets. Take a look at the class and workshop listings online to find one that fits you!
Must-see piece right now:
Colleen Guenther, Being Woman (pictured above)
While you’re in the area:
Conveniently located a block from the river, walking and biking trails make it easy (and eco-friendly) to get to lots of great places nearby, including Mill City Museum, the Stone Arch Bridge, artist studios in Northeast and the Grain Belt Brewery Building.
Want more info?
Call 612-643-3511 or visit MPLS Photo Center online.