AAW Gallery of Wood Art
75 Fifth St. W.
Sponsored by the American Association of Woodturners.
24 West Seventh Place
An eclectic mix of art and gifts with a focus on Midwest artists.
308 Prince St., No. 130
A fine arts co-op in Lowertown.
Catherine G. Murphy Gallery
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Ave.
Visual arts that support the mission of the university.
Concordia Arts Center
275 Syndicate St. N.
Showing local and national artists as well as juried student and senior exhibitions.
Electric Machete Studios
777 Smith Avenue
A Twin Cities family collective of artists of all disciplines showcasing contemporary creative narratives of the Mexican/Chican@/Latin@/Indigenous identity and artistic style.
275 Fourth St. E., Ste. 260
A mix of fair trade and eco-friendly gifts, handmade jewelry, and fine art.
The FrameWorks Gallery*
2022A Ford Pkwy.
Includes an ongoing exhibition of works by local artists with a new featured artist every six weeks.
Goldstein Museum of Design
1985 Buford Ave.
The Grand Hand Gallery*
619 Grand Ave.
Contemporary fine American craft in a variety of media; emphasis on regional artists.
Grand Hill Gallery
333 Grand Ave.
Open Tuesday through Saturday or Sunday and Monday by appointment only.
Gordon Parks Gallery
Metro State University
645 Seventh St. E.
Supports the arts curriculum and cultural activities of the university, and preserves the legacy of 20th century artist Gordon Parks.
Hamilton Ink Spot
375 N. Wabasha St.
The 2200-square-foot studio offers a co-op space for Twin Cities artists to print and exhibit their work.
56 Sixth St. E., Ste. 305
Architectural art and photography that features Saint Paul.
James J. Hill House
240 Summit Avenue
The spacious, two-story, skylit room was considered a model of a modern gallery when the home was completed in 1891. A 1006-pipe mechanical action tracker organ stretched two stories tall on the west wall of the gallery. Installed in the house at the recommendation of the interior designers, the organ is still played most Saturdays and at many special events. James J. Hill built a house that symbolized success, but one that also suited him and his family. It was acquired by the Minnesota Historical Society in 1978. Recognized as a National Historic Landmark in 1961, the James J. Hill House recalls the powerful era of the Northwest’s "Empire Builder."
Bethel University, Clausen Center, second floor
3900 Bethel Dr.
Works by students along with local and national artists.
Larson Art Gallery
University of Minnesota Student Center, lower level
2017 Buford Ave.
Curated, designed, installed, and promoted by the Visual Arts Committee of the student union’s Program Board.
Lift Kids at Global Village
Produce Exchange Building
153 10th St. E.
Serving coffee, tea, and social responsibility to increase peace and justice for people of all ages.
Macalester College Art Gallery
Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center
130 Macalester Street
Emphasis on contemporary art with exhibitions on a wide range of historical and sociological topics.
Minnesota History Center
345 W. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul
With its breathtaking views of downtown St. Paul and the State Capitol, the Minnesota Historical Society's History Center is an architectural masterpiece made of Minnesota materials including Rockville granite and Winona limestone. With activities and exhibits for all ages, the History Center is home to an innovative museum, engaging public programs, a modern library, distinctive stores and an award-winning restaurant.
Minnesota Museum of American Art Project Space
The Historic Hamm Building
408 St. Peter Street, Suite 419
St. Paul, MN 55102
Exhibitions devoted to American artists and craftspeople of all types and all ages.
201 7th St. N.W.
Art prints, gig posters, original and unique pieces.
Bethel University, Community Life Center, second floor
3900 Bethel Dr.
Encouraging public dialogue on issues of art, faith, and culture.
Raymond Avenue Gallery*
761 Raymond Ave.
The works of recognized regional artists in media from pottery to fiber.
Smallest Gallery in St. Paul
2399 University Avenue
They transformed a cabinet outside the doors of the Workhorse Coffee Bar into a 2 ft. x 3 ft. micro-museum. You can visit The Smallest Museum in St Paul 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as it is a street-scape gallery. Also, art inside.
Hamline University, Drew Fine Arts Center
1536 Hewitt Ave.
Houses the permanent collection and hosts touring exhibitions.
Three Sisters Eclectic Arts*
253 E. 4th St.
In the heart of Lowertown, a retail gallery for clothing, furniture, photography, art, pottery, jewelry, glassware, and more all by Minnesota artists and artisans.
Twining River Arts
308 Prince St.
Exploring artistic connections to the natural world.
UST Department of Art History/Exhibitions
University of St. Thomas
2115 Summit Ave.
Hosts three exhibitions a year featuring emerging and established artists working in a variety of media.
Western Sculpture Park
Marion Avenue & University Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55101
Check out Western Sculpture Park Festival each September
Women's Art Resources of Minnesota (WARM)
550 Rice St.
Serves Midwest women artists through exhibits, mentoring, and networking.