In 2015, Twin Cities artist, Annie Hejny, was seeking ways to expand her exposure into the local art scene. Using her closest resource, her home, specifically the single-stall garage, she created her own space for exhibitions and art receptions. Clearing out furniture, outdoor equipment and materials from house projects, Annie renovated her parking space into gallery three.
gallery three is an alternative artist exhibition space, converted from a single-stall garage into a brightly-lit, intimate gallery for pop-up art events.
It located in the Summit-University neighborhood of St. Paul, at the South side of alley between Dayton Avenue and Marshall Avenue at Dale Street and St. Albans Street.
The gallery is 242 square feet with three walls for 2-D art, and 9’ ceilings for 3-D / installation art. Driveway space may also be available for 3-D art. The gallery is open to the public only during the event hours.
Interested in exhibiting for a pop-up event during 2017? Submit a proposal to gallery director, Annie Hejny: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make sure to include the following in your prospectus:
- Contact Information: email, phone number, and website
- 2-4 samples of your artwork (minimum 300 dpi at 4x6")
- Image list
- Artist Statement
Photography credit: Joseph Peter Sullivan, Katie Beumer, Julie Oliver
Water Commoning: Artworks by Annie Hejny and Music / Poetry by Ben Weaver, October 6, 2016
Annie Hejny and First Dates (Aaron Rosell & Shawn Bortel), October 17, 2015
Katie Beumer: Solo Exhibition, October 2, 2015
Homebody: New Works by Annie Hejny, July 31, 2015