Impossible Things: A Spectrum Art Works Group Exhibition

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Impossible Things: Artists Exploring Imagination
A Spectrum ArtWorks Group Exhibition

“Why sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
– Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking Glass

Opening Reception:
Wednesday, May 13 4:30 pm – 7pm
The event is free and open to the public.
Andrew Turpening performs his multimedia project "Land of 10,000 Homeless" at 5:15pm!

Show dates:
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 – July 13, 2015

Location:
The Nicollet , 1931 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403, Monday – Friday 7am – 10pm

Participating artists: Cecile Bellamy, cynTHIA, Julia C. Spencer, Peter F. Hinze, James E. Sjolin, Dunji Diego, Wallace R. White, Ruth Lais, Ashley Adams, Faye Buffington-Howell, Kandace Krause, Samuel L., Audrey Bernard, and Christi Furnas.

Spectrum ArtWorks is a visual arts program of RESOURCE whose mission is to support a community of artists living with mental illness. It offers a multifaceted, member-based studio space and is committed to challenging stigmas related to mental illness. One way that Spectrum ArtWorks meets its mission is by partnering with local businesses and organizations. Spectrum ArtWorks is honored to partner with The Nicollet to present this group exhibition.
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