Update from The Show Nonprofit & MSS

Dear Artists, Friends, and Supporters,

As you may know, The Show Gallery Lowertown has been closed to the public since March due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We have not been able to exhibit work by local artists, create art together, or be in community. While we have struggled during this tumultuous time like many other nonprofits in the Twin Cities, we are confident that exciting things are on the horizon. We aim to seize this moment of uncertainty to forge ahead on a new path.

As of October 1st, we will no longer be residing at 346 N. Sibley Street. In transitioning out of that space, we will reflect on all we’ve accomplished so far, and reimagine how things might look in the future. We are committed to continuing our mission of supporting artists with and without disabilities. 

We want to honor and thank everyone who has contributed to the success of the gallery on Sibley Street- artists, neighbors, donors, sponsors, and of course our wonderful volunteers. We would not have been able to do this without you.

Stay tuned for more information as our new vision comes to life.


MSS and The Show Nonprofit


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Since opening our doors in 2015, The Show Gallery Lowertown has exhibited work by over 250 artists from the Twin Cities area. Exhibitions feature work by artists of all backgrounds, training, and ability levels. With 10+ exhibitions a year, special events like the St. Paul Art Crawl, and a selection of fine art and gifts in Rebecca’s Gifts, there are many ways to engage with The Show.