AMID ROCHESTER ARTS UPHEAVAL ARTIST COOPERATIVE CREATES TEMPORARY MULTI-USE SPACE
25 Southeastern MN based artists solidify a temporary lease with Helen Roland owner of 324 1st Ave SW. Gallery 24 is slated to open to the public July 1st. Artists will begin rearranging the building into a multi-purpose space for member and public use. Gallery 24 will include a professional exhibit space, classes/workshops for the community and our members, Gathering space to conduct critiques and group discussions, market space to sell their work, and studio space to create in. June 10th artists will begin re-inventing the space.
Gallery 24 will continue to display work with Forager Brewery but the new space will allow Gallery 24 to explore artist driven initiatives, connect with the community, and share resources.
Over the last two months the group has raised the capitol to revamp their new 1st Ave temporary space via a GoFundMe campaign that will remain open as they continue to pursue a permanent home.
Our artists, ranging from emerging to established, create everything from metal and wool felted sculptures to painting, photography, jewelry, and installation. They are dedicated to helping artistic professionals in Southeastern Minnesota evolve, and improve their vision/practice by offering opportunities for professional development, exhibition, and exchange of ideas within the artistic community. Through action Gallery 24 will show the public what we aspire for our permanent home to be.
For more information please contact:
Gallery 24 Cooperative President