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District events

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Hennepin Theatre Trust is dedicated to transforming the places and spaces in the Hennepin Theatre District to be more welcoming, vibrant and inclusive. Our free programming, created with key partners, helps to increase public safety and benefits youth and adults experiencing homelessness in the District. One example of our programs bringing the community together in downtown is 5 to 10 on Hennepin.

5 to 10 on Hennepin

The 5 to 10 on Hennepin  summertime event series features music, dancing, art, food, games and family-friendly activities. The Trust launched the series in 2016 with support from partners including the Minneapolis Downtown Improvement District, The Salvation Army’s Harbor Light Center, MAD DADs Minneapolis, Kulture Klub Collaborative and more. Youth from Kulture Klub lead planning. Social services agencies connect guests with housing, health checks, free food and other basic needs.

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View the virtual gallery Invitation to the virtual student reception Come out — virtually or in person — and support bright, emerging Minneapolis artists. This pop-up and virtual fine art exhibit displays works created by current students and recent grads…

5 to 10

Celebrating 5 to 10

Now through July 31

Additional information about this event is forthcoming. Check back soon for more details. 5 to 10 on Hennepin is Hennepin Theatre Trust’s local and national award-winning placemaking program that provides art and cultural experiences for youth in the Hennepin Theatre…

Gallery Exhibit

Move for Justice News

August 2 - September 24

Following the murder of George Floyd by officers of the Minneapolis Police Department, Minneapolis became the epicenter of a worldwide movement against Police brutality, and for Black Lives. There was an explosion of activism in the Twin Cities with almost…

Gallery Exhibit

Move for Justice News

August 2 - September 24

Following the murder of George Floyd by officers of the Minneapolis Police Department, Minneapolis became the epicenter of a worldwide movement against Police brutality, and for Black Lives. There was an explosion of activism in the Twin Cities with almost…

Pop-up Gallery

We Are Still Here

October 4 - November 26
Presented by Hennepin Theatre Trust

Additional information about this installment of We Are Still Here is forthcoming. Check back soon for more details. We Are Still Here is a multiyear collaborative partnership between Native American Community Development Institute [NACDI] and Hennepin Theatre Trust to bring large-scale, high profile…