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Northeast Minneapolis' Art-A-Whirl to move online due to COVID-19

Two attendees to Art-A-Whirl Friday shared a laugh at Salted Artist, a pop-up gallery and artist collective. Photo: Casey Ek/KSTP. Two attendees to Art-A-Whirl Friday shared a laugh at Salted Artist, a pop-up gallery and artist collective.

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Updated: April 06, 2020 03:20 PM
Created: April 06, 2020 03:05 PM

It was announced Monday that Northeast Minneapolis' annual Art-A-Whirl event would move online. 

The all-weekend event is put on by the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (NEMAA). With more than 60 locations and 800 artists participating, the event is the largest open studio tour in the country. 

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According to NEMAA, the online experience will be a "promotion of the arts community in Northeast Minneapolis coupled with resources and training for members to develop, or further develop, their online presence."


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