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The Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (NEMAA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization that powers an equitable & prosperous creative community that celebrates Northeast Minneapolis. We imagine a bright Northeast Minneapolis: a national arts destination that elevates its rich intercultural history, setting standards for supporting all artists and creatives to make their dreams into their jobs. Founded by a small collective of artists in 1995, today NEMAA has over 1,000 members, and is best known for coordinating Art-A-Whirl – the largest annual open artist studio tour in the U.S.

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Location

1500 Jackson Street Northeast
Minneapolis, MN
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Email

info@nemaa.org

Phone

Call 612-788-1679

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Art-A-Whirl Swag & Directory

Official Art-A-Whirl 2020 T-Shirt – Blue

Celebrate the 25th Art-A-Whirl and wear this soft 50/50 cotton blend tee with pride! Printed locally by Northmade. Free shipping.

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Official Art-A-Whirl 2020 T-Shirt – Grey

Celebrate the 25th Art-A-Whirl and wear this soft 50/50 cotton blend tee with pride! Printed locally by Northmade. Free shipping.

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2020 Member Directory & In Studio Magazine

The 2020 Member Directory & Art-A-Whirl® Guide and NEMAA’s In Studio magazine is a 2-in-1 publication, containing the Art-A-Whirl maps, printed directory of NEMAA artists and businesses, dining and brew guides, and relevant topical stories of Northeast arts. A collector’s piece that can be used year-round. 128 Pages. Copies will be free and available later this summer, but order now and we will ship a copy right to your door.

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Sponsors

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

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