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February 1, 2018, Thursday - First Thursdays in the Arts District at Northrup King Building

Time: 5:00pm - 9:00pm

Location: Northrup King Building, 1500 Jackson Street NE (see below for full list of studios)

First Thursdays in the Arts District

First Thursdays in the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District is an Open Studio and Gallery Tour held the first Thursday of each month. 

Shop and Explore the Largest Art Building in the Twin Cities. The Northrup King Building is located in the Heart of the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. Home to more than 300 artists and creatives, the building has Four Floors of Open Galleries and Open Studios. 

Find unique and exceptional Paintings, Sculpture, Ceramics, Photography, Textiles, Drawings, Jewelry, Fiber, Furniture, Glass, Printmaking, Mosaic, Accessories and More on all four floors of this historic building. 

Located three short miles from Downtown Minneapolis, the Northrup King Building has ample parking. 

“As fine as they are, the Weisman, Walker and MIA rarely let you speak with the artists whose works you admire. For that you have to go to the Northrup King Building.”
-Los Angeles Times