Storefront rental by the week at 2401 University Ave W. [map]
WARMPop The Women’s Art Resources of Minnesota will fill the Pop-Up Shop with a salon-style collaborative gallery installation in which members will fill up the blank walls in a first-come-first-served basis. The exhibit will also include a feminist art reading and resources corner with books, magazines, and other memorabilia from the women’s art movement. For more info, including the schedule, visit Facebook and WARM’s website.
Check Starling on Facebook for links to tenant events and goings-on!
Corridor Constructions: Narratives of Placemaking along the Light Rail Line Presented by Irrigate, the Irrigate Documentary Project is a collection of art created by six artists who have focused on highlighting the work of artists while they are engaged in placemaking along the Central Corridor Light Rail Route.
Beatrix*JAR hosted Open Experimental Studio: visitors took part in hands-on Easy Toy Mod Workshops, beginning sewing lessons, and handmade bird or cat creation, as well as performances and collaborations with other local artists.
Jeana Sommers presented Recyclart: new uses for recycled materials and found objects. She ran a drop-in studio featuring collaboration between multiple artists and providing visitors an opportunity to make some of their own creations.
Looking for a space to show your work or sell things you make? Preview your new movie? Workshop your play? Take that online store to the street? If you've got an idea that needs an empty storefront this summer, here's your chance!
St. Anthony Park Community Council is looking for artists, craftspeople, entrepreneurs and others who are interested in subletting a storefront for periods of 1-4 weeks during Summer 2012.
Contact Beth at email@example.com with questions or to make an appointment to see the space.
To submit a proposal, please use the Pop-Up Shop Interest Form. Collaborations are great, so consider inviting friends or people with related interests to join you.
This project is part of a series of events that help launch St. Anthony Park neighborhood’s growing identity as the Creative Enterprise Zone. This vision is rooted in the eclectic mix of industry, artists, designers, and crafts workers in the neighborhood, and the intention is to strengthen opportunities for creative workers in the neighborhood around University and Raymond.ß The Pop-Up Shop is a collaboration between St. Anthony Park Community Council and the Starling Project.