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Galleries

the gallery

Unique art and cultural experiences fill the Hennepin Theatre District, highlighting the region’s rich history and creativity. We work with community partners to create opportunities for Minnesota artists to share their vision. You can enjoy accessible art in high-visibility, underused spaces, as well as in the Best Buy Foundation Gallery at 900 Hennepin Avenue.

Best Buy Foundation Gallery
900 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403

City Center
(Second floor at skyway level)
615 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55402

City Place Lofts
730 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Current and upcoming galleries are updated frequently, so be sure to check back to see what’s new.

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Dating back to the 1850s, theater has played a major role in the cultural experience of Minneapolis. This exhibition highlights several historic theaters that have existed throughout the 20th century in the Hennepin Theatre District. The area has housed many…

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Gallery Exhibit

Youth Arts Centennial Exhibition

Now through November 25

This exhibition showcases artwork created by youth from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, youth curators from the Minnesota Africa American Heritage Museum and Gallery (MAAMAG) and Best Buy Teen Tech Centers.

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Pop-up Gallery

2022 Minneapolis College Faculty Art Exhibit

Now through October 7

This exhibit will feature work created by current faculty at Minneapolis College and is a partnership between Minneapolis College and Hennepin Theatre Trust, which is committed to seeking out community partners whose values align with ours, to bring art experiences…

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Gallery Exhibit

The Lion King

Now through November 1

“The Lion King put the Orpheum in the pantheon of Broadway history. The Lion King continues running on Broadway to this day and maintains touring shows all over the world.” – Fred Krohn, former President and CEO of Historic Theatre…