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Hennepin online gallery

Our online art exhibits sponsor artistic, cultural and educational displays.

Exhibits must meet one of these criteria:

  • Be sponsored by Hennepin County, other government agency, arts or nonprofit organization
  • Have the approval of the County Board of Commissioners
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This exhibit highlights the work of Twin Cities artists Kprecia Ambers, Philipo Dyauli and Connor Rice.

The three artists previously participated in a Hennepin Theatre Trust project with Clear Channel Outdoor. Art Connects Us featured their artwork on 60 digital billboards across the region. The project shared messages of hope and gratitude to people working on the front lines of COVID-19.

While their work was seen in highly visible public spaces across the city, Make Space gets closer to the details. The artists share what they’ve been working on and how the pandemic has impacted their artistic practice.

Visit the online exhibit Make Space

The exhibit is sponsored by Hennepin County Multicultural Art Committee and Forecast Public Art.

Artist Galleries

Kprecia Ambers online gallery

Philipo Dyauli online gallery

Connor Rice online gallery

Principles of Posterity

This exhibit was a partnership of Hennepin County and Forecast Public Art. Two Twin Cities artists created vivid images and hands-on activities based in their cultures. A sense of place, identity and home mark the work of artists Mayumi Amada and Marlena Myles. The exhibit was held in December 2020.

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Your table is ready: Dining out in Hennepin County through the decades

Hennepin County Special Library Collections sponsored this exhibit featuring menus, photographs, postcards and more, celebrating the restaurant scene from the 1880s through the 1970s. The exhibit was held from March 4 through May 26, 2020.

Celebrating 85 years of the oldest Black-owned newspaper in Minnesota

The Minneapolis Black Employee Network sponsored this exhibit featuring regalia about the Minnesota Spokesman Recorder. This exhibit was held from January through February 28, 2020.

Kulture Klub Presents

Kulture Klub Collaborative (KKC) hosted this exhibit looking at the strengths and contributions of homeless youth, rather than their vulnerabilities, through artistic practice.

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Celebrate Summer

The Hennepin History Museum hosted this exhibit showing historical highlights of local summer fairs and festivals. This exhibit was held from August through September 26, 2019.

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Employee Art Show

Hennepin County Communications hosted the Employee Art show, showcasing employee abilities in painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, textiles and more. This exhibit was held from May through June 19, 2019.

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Real People, Real Conversations, Real Solutions

Community Mediation & Restorative Services, Inc. hosted this exhibit showcasing their mission of helping people move from conflict to resolution and from harm to healing through respectful and confidential mediation and restorative processes. This exhibit was held from March 2 through 28, 2019.

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Black Twin Cities: The 1940s Photographs of John F. Glanton

Hennepin County Library Digital Collections: John F. Glanton Collection hosted this exhibit providing a rare look into the personal, professional and social lives of what was then a very small community in postwar, pre-civil rights era Twin Cities. This exhibit was held from January 30 through February 26, 2019.

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Sib Pauv Zog: a Hmong Cultural Harvest

ArtCrop hosted this exhibit showcasing the work and stories of Hmong artists and farmers, re-imagining Hmong existence and making way for new cultural tradition. This exhibit was held from December 3, 2018, through January 24, 2019.

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