Exhibitions / Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program
MAEP: Allen Brewer and Kristina Estell
Friday, April 19, 2013Sunday, June 30, 2013
Allen Brewer: "Verbatim"
Ryuta Nakajima and Trevor Nicolas
Friday, July 19, 2013Sunday, September 29, 2013
Childs and Williams
Friday, January 17, 2014Sunday, March 30, 2014
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MAEP Annual Meeting
The MAEP Annual Meeting is Saturday, November 3, 2011. Come to catch up on the year's events and elect new panel members.
We are now accepting nominations for new panel members in advance of the annual meeting. Click on the following links for more information on each of the nominees.
The Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program (MAEP) is a curatorial department of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) dedicated to exhibiting and supporting artists living and working in the state of Minnesota. Begun in 1975 as a creative partnership with the MIA, the MAEP was founded by a group of regional artists interested in creating an innovative exhibition and programming space. What began as a year-long agreement has been extended into an ongoing relationship between the Minnesota artist community and the MIA.
Submit a Proposal
The MAEP artist panel will review proposals at quarterly meetings. Submission deadlines will be distributed via the MAEP email list and social media sites. Please follow these to stay informed.
MAEP Artist Panel
MAEP panelists have a very important position in the Minnesota arts community by playing a direct role in the selection of MAEP exhibitions at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Composed of seven members elected to two-year terms, the panel is entrusted with the responsibility of surveying the creative diversity of Minnesota artists and selecting those whose work shows exceptional promise and quality.
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Documenting over 150 exhibitions, the MAEPedia gives access to photos, essays, critical reviews, audio and video. Wikis, by nature, are ever growing and changing entities, and new information will be added on a regular basis. Visitors are encouraged to add comments and insights regarding shows past and present. This format embodies the same democratic spirit as the MAEP program, giving everyone the opportunity to contribute to this rich historical record.
Elizabeth Neilson Armstrong
Christopher James Atkins