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POSTPONED: NOCAL | Minnesota Street Project Artist Studios Tour
March 28, 2020 | 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Image: Ode to Yves, Narrative History of the Lightbulb, 2006. Courtesy of Catherine Wagner.
In light of the developments concerning COVID-19, we have decided to postpone this special event. All registrations will be held for this event and we hope to be in touch with a new date. Alternatively, your account will be credited for a future ArtTable event.
Join ArtTable members for the exclusive opportunity to meet selected artists and tour their studios at the Minnesota Street Project arts complex in San Francisco.
Located across the street from a hub of contemporary art galleries is the 1240 building at MSP which houses private studios for artists ranging from emerging to prominent local talent. Members will have the chance to spend time with a handful of current studio artists and explore these artists’ work in depth.
Entrepreneurs and collectors Deborah and Andy Rappaport founded Minnesota Street Project in 2016, and since then it has firmly established itself as a key destination in the Bay Area’s art scene. The art center offers economically sustainable spaces for art galleries, artists, and related nonprofits. The Studio Program at MSP was created to address rapidly diminishing opportunities in San Francisco, by providing artists stability via affordable private studios situated within a campus environment.
Please note that the number of attendees for this program is limited, and registration is currently open to ArtTable members only.
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Thank you to Donna Napper, ArtTable Northern CA Co-Chair, Dorothy Davila, ArtTable Board Member, and Brion Nuda Rosch, MSP Studio Program Director.
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