Project Space Celebration

Join the Minnesota Museum of American Art as we toast the MMAA Project Space!

Saturday, December 1, 2012


5:30–7:30 p.m.
Members Only Reception
6:30 p.m.
Comments by Joe Spencer, Director of Arts and Culture, Office of Mayor Coleman, MMAA Board Chair Dick Zehring, and Executive Director Kristin Makholm
7:30–10:00 p.m.
Public Reception

The MMAA Project Space is located in the historic Pioneer Building at 4th and Robert Streets, St. Paul, MN. Need directions? Click for a map of the location and parking suggestions.

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The MMAA Project Space is an incubator for the next-generation art museum and cultural center in the heart of old St. Paul. Housed in the historic and architecturally significant Pioneer Building, the Project Space is about more than looking at “good” art selected by a curator. This new initiative of the MMAA is founded on a genuine respect for and interest in the experiences, stories, and abilities of the local community, and the belief that art and creativity are critical to building a strong sense of community and fostering civic engagement. The Project Space will offer dynamic hands-on educational programs in partnership with local art organizations, opportunities to interact with both emerging and established artists, and ongoing conversations about how the new MMAA can intersect with arts and culture in the Twin Cities.


Click here for information on Painting the Place Between and related pop-up programming and events.


If you’re not an MMAA member, consider joining today. There’s never been a more exciting time to be a part of the MMAA. Learn more by visting our membership pages.

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