Dates and Times: Friday, November 7th 5:00-10:00 pm
Saturday, November 8th Noon – 8:00 pm
Sunday, November 9th Noon – 5:00 pm
Location: Northrup King Building, 1500 Jackson Street NE, Minneapolis, MN
This is a free event with free parking. Food trucks are available for guest convenience.
For more information about the 250 visual artists and the special exhibits and events taking place during Art Attack 2014, go to www.northrupkingbuilding.com/artattack,
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (612) 363-5612.
Art Attack 2014 at the Northrup King Building
November 7-9, 2014
Minneapolis, MN – October 19, 2014 – The 17th annual Art Attack offers up the widest array of art to date. The Northrup King Building’s 250 visual artists join forces with musicians, writers, installation and interactive artists for a free weekend of engaging art experiences.
Poet Sheila Packa and sound artist Kathy McTavish present “Night Train Red Dust”, an interactive cross-media work that explores immigrants, mining, labor history and women, stories of travel and derailment on the Iron Range.
Friday evening Nighttime Post, presented by Erin Lavelle and Tony Chapin, will be hand-delivering messages from citizen to random citizen, illuminating the bond between strangers. Nighttime Post was presented at Northern Spark 2014 with the support of Northern.Lights.mn.
Saturday features MN Original at Art Attack. Twenty of the Northrup King Building visual artists featured on MN Original will be showing work in the gallery throughout the day. International recording artist and soul singer, Timotha Lanae, will play in the early afternoon. Revolver literary arts organization will join in for the evening with A Movable Corpse, a participatory traveling Exquisite Corpse detective story game.
Throughout the weekend author, Tom Combs, will be available with his new book, Nerve Damage. John Ebert will be exhibiting Determination, the culmination of 22 months of making a map of the United States out of 24,204 pennies. Music will be scattered throughout the building all weekend.