On Thursday, July 23, 2015, from 6–9 PM REFINEDr, an initiative of The Fulton Group, LLC is pleased to present an event at Flow Art Space that showcases the diverse talent of Twin Cities, national, and international artists while also providing support for Twin Cities-based The Givens Foundation for African American Literature’s, Spirited Minds and Strong Souls Singing program. The initiative delivers black artists and writers into Twin Cities Metro classrooms by using African American literature as a vehicle for cultivating literary minds and enriching the quality of education for students by introducing school and district partners to innovative and culturally responsive approaches to classroom instruction, teacher training, curriculum development, family and community engagement. Since 2006, the program has served over 8,000 students within Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota schools.
Art4Good offers Twin Cities and nationally-based arts collectors and enthusiasts, the opportunity to purchase work of local, national, and internationally senior, mid-career and emerging artists. Proceeds from the sale will benefit The Foundation’s Spirited Minds and Strong Souls Singing program.
Artists include: Samuel Bjorgum, Beth Bowman, Anthony Calabrese, Pat Carney, Justine Di Fiore, Lyle Ferguson, David Foley, Greg Gossel, Gary Hallman, Christopher Harrison, Farida Hughes, James Henkel, Jordan Herregraven, Wiley Hoard, Keith Holmes, Amanda Hood, Angela Jimenez, Seitu Jones, Kim Matthews, Lamar Peterson, Andréa Stanislav, Xavier Tavera, Kellie Rae Theiss, Terri Myers Wentzka, Christopher A. Williams, and Harold Zisla.
Purchase: Credit Cards only
Accessibility and Cost:
Flow Art Space is wheelchair –accessible. The event is free and open to the public.
A big thank you to Food and Beverage Sponsor The Black Dog.
Flow Art Space is located in the Northern Warehouse in Lowertown Saint Paul, in the same building as Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar.
308 Prince Street, Suite 226
St Paul, MN 55101
See a map here.
Street meters are free in the evenings, check meter. Paid parking is available at the Union Depot off Kellogg Blvd entrance, which is a 1-block walk from to the gallery. Or, take the Green Line and get off at the last stop.
A passenger elevator is in the building.