Upcoming Events

  1. Farewell Handicraft… 09/19/2015 - 09/19/2015


    09/19/2015 - 09/19/2015


    Farewell Handicraft: Gamut Gallery Moving Fundraiser Party


    MINNEAPOLIS – Saturday, September 19, 2015, 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. – A celebration of the last three years of art exhibitions and events at Gamut Gallery’s original location. Join us one last time at 1006 Marquette Ave as we bid farewell to the Handicraft Guild and prepare to move to our new space, just 6 blocks away in Elliot Park. Classic fundraiser antics will include a dunk tank with loud members of the Gamut Gallery community tempting the crowd to send ‘em for a splash, and a silent auction of the PBR commissioned murals created on site last year by Erin Sayer,Lizardman and Wundr. A group art exhibition organized by Nathan R. P. Young titled, “The Alleyway Institute” will adorn the walls of the back alley, and live music will include performances by Keith MillionsGarrison Grouse, Midnight Mustafa, and James Patrick. The cost of admission is a suggested donation of $10-$20, but no one will be turned away. Relive the good times shared in this beloved place and show your support.


    • Sat Sept 19th, 5-9pm: “Farewell Handicraft…Gamut Moving Fundraiser Party”
    • Thurs Oct 1st, 4-8pm: “Open House: Welcome to the New Gamut Gallery”
    • Sat Oct 24th, 6-10pm: Inaugural exhibit featuring new work by J.M. Culver

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  2. Open House: The NEW Gamut Gallery 10/01/2015 - 10/01/2015


    10/01/2015 - 10/01/2015


    Open House: The NEW Gamut Gallery


    MINNEAPOLIS – Thursday, October 1, 2015, 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. – Gamut Gallery welcomes the public for the first time to its new location in Elliot Park – 717 South 10th Street – as part of the Minneapolis Gallery Crawl. This event will be a preview opportunity to see the space raw, with no artwork on display. Instead patrons will find tactile ways to interact with Gamut’s mission, goals and vision for the future and to provide community feedback.

    Earlier in the year news broke that Gamut’s original location at the Handicraft Guild would be redeveloped into condos this fall. Leadership opted for a break from public events rather than continue with regular programming. The summer hiatus provided the advantage for Gamut to research and plan for the future of the gallery and to procure another location. The new facility is a meaningful upgrade, positioning the gallery in an up-and-coming neighborhood that will help propel its continued success in producing engaging exhibitions, hosting creative events and supporting the local art scene and its makers.

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