Two Rivers Gallery
Two Rivers Gallery provides a space for emerging Native artists to exhibit work and nurture creativity, strengthening Native art and artistic voices within the Twin Cities.
Due to COVID-19 The Two Rivers Gallery is CLOSED, Please stay tuned for any updates, at this time there is NO exhibits.
Two Rivers Gallery is an exhibition space focused on featuring local emerging Native artists working in all art forms. The gallery is located at the Minneapolis American Indian Center. It is an active space for the community to build relationships and to collaborate strengthening Native art and artistic voices within the Twin Cities.
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A BIG thank you to everyone who came out for the Grand Reopening of Two Rivers Gallery! We are very excited to be reopening our doors to the community. There is a lot of great work in this collection to see, so if you didn’t get the chance to come for the opening reception please stop by soon. This exhibit will be up until June 5th.
Grand Re-Opening Photos
“What Brings Us Together,” is a the culmination of bringing together six American Indian youth artists over ten consecutive Saturdays to develop their digital photography skills in a guided, supportive and culturally sensitive environment. Connected by the theme of “What Brings Us Together”, the process of each youth artist exploring their individual photographic eye creating a selection of photographs to represent their unique voice teaches the youth to be patient and decisive not only in their artwork, but also in their personal lives.
What Brings Us Together Photos
On Our Way is an exhibition highlighting local emerging talents from our open call for art earlier this summer. Artist participants include: Aza Erdrich, Breeana Green, Candace Holmbo, Chholing Taha, Cole Jacobson, Dakota Hoska and Fred Armel.
On Our Way Photos