Equinox Series: Curated By Crystal Quinn and Oakley Tapola
Posted on August 30, 2014
This summer SooLocal (3506 Nicollet Avenue) is giving emerging curators/artists our space and support to experiment with new ideas in curatorial practice. These are talented voices within the community and we are excited to provide them with the platform to share their ideas.
Equinox Series, the first curatorial collaboration between Crystal Quinn and Oakley Tapola, is a collection of short run exhibitions selected through an open call for proposals representing a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Pop Up Shop Sept 27-28th Featuring the work of: Jess Buns, Sarah Burns, Casey Deming, Marge Dorothy, Hannah Haugberg, Holly Geoff Hilgenberg, Nick Lundeen, Katrina Kubeczko, Nona Marie, Lindsay Noble, Maddy Nye, Jessie Oleson, Debi Quinn, Crystal Quinn, Lindsay Rhyner, Inna Royzenfeld, Matthew Sairio, Ginny Sims, Oakley Tapola, Gretchen Thayer, Lauren Traver, Lucy Voller, Katie Woodling, Wopozi and many more...Read more...
The Black Moon: New Works by Kate Iverson Opens at SooLocal October 3rd.
Posted on August 22, 2014
SooLocal: A Division of Soo Visual Arts Center Presents, The Black Moon: New Works by Kate Iverson opening Friday October 3, 2014, 6-9PM and runs October 3 – November 8, 2014.
Khecari Performing at SooVAC August 21 & 22
Posted on August 01, 2014
Khecari is a Chicago based contemporary dance company coming to Minneapolis to show two excerpted dance works with live music reformatted for a gallery setting, Esther & the Omphali and cresset: vibrant, rusting.Read more...
At SooLocaL: Post Physical | Visual Reactions to the Post-Internet Age Curated by Nathaniel Smith
Posted on July 10, 2014
SooLocal (A Division of Soo Visual Arts Center-3506 Nicollet Avenue): Post Physical | Visual Reactions to the Post-Internet Age
Curated by Nathaniel Smith June 28 – August 10, 2014-Closing Reception Sunday August 10th, 6-9PM
This summer SooLocal is giving emerging curators/artists our space and support to experiment with new ideas in curatorial practice. These are talented voices within the community and we are excited to provide them with the platform to share their ideas. First up Nathaniel Smith...Read more...
SooVAC’s Future Plans…
Posted on July 07, 2014
We are excited to announce that SooVAC has an amazing opportunity to move as our lease is up in Spring 2015. We’ve been evaluating our needs for the past year and realize they are much different than they were 13 years ago when we first opened our doors.
Our time at SooVAC's current location has been amazing and we owe our success to all of the SooVAC community. Without all of you, we would have never been able to reach a place where we’re ready to expand into the future.