Daring to envision a hopeful future With contemporary exhibitions that maintain the familiar balance of bridging the past and present, the M is ready to see what’s next. The window galleries bring art and storytelling directly to the public—a connection so immediate you can’t pass by without noticing.
Thanks to committed partners and dynamic transitions, it is clear that the future of the M goes beyond the current physical space. By embracing these shifts, the M affirms its mission to explore American identities through art and creativity.
New avenues of bringing art to people mean more opportunities to be creative, ask important questions about visibility and accessibility, and work in innovative ways with the community. Stay tuned for what’s next.
Outer Experiences: Black Life in Rural and Suburban Minnesota In partnership with The African American Interpretive Center of Minnesota (AAICM), the M is proud to present Outer Experiences: Black Life […]
As museums around the world contemplate their continued relevance, curators Sally Frater and Dr. Kelli Morgan take a look back over their careers to-date as museum professionals who have worked to make institutions more equitable.
MANY WATERS: A MINNESOTA BIENNIAL July 24 – October 2, 2021 Presented in partnership with NewStudio Gallery in St. Paul, Many Waters will be on view in M’s windows along Robert and 4th Streets, its skyway Ecolab Entrance, and […]
SUTURES October 30, 2021–January 29, 2022 Robert Street Window Gallery Curated by Michael Khuth as a culmination of his fellowship with the Emerging Curators Institute (ECI), Sutures centers an emerging generation of […]
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