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October 13 @ 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
ARTCRANK’s 2018 Minneapolis show will take place on Saturday, October 13 at the IDS Center Crystal Court. Staging a show in one of the most iconic buildings in Minneapolis is a far cry from the show’s DIY bike shop roots, but one thing remains the same: Affordable, bike-inspired poster art created by local artists.
This year’s edition of ARTCRANK features new bike-inspired posters created by more than 40 artists from around the Twin Cities. The artist roster is a near 50/50 split between first-time participants and returning artists, including perennial favorites Adam Turman, Amy Jo, Ellen Schofield, and Allan Peters.
ARTCRANK Show Details
When: Saturday, October 13, 2018 – 4:00pm – 10:00pm
Where: IDS Center in Downtown Minneapolis, 80 S 8th St, Minneapolis, MN 55402
Show will be held in the first-floor space at the corner of 8th St. and Marquette Ave., just off the Crystal Court
What + Why:
- Partnership between ARTCRANK, Fulton Brewing and mpls downtown council
- Original limited edition prints by 40+ local artists – all sold for $50
- Selection of craft beer by Fulton Brewing – $5-$8 per glass
- Portion of proceeds from beer sales benefit Minnesota Cycling Federation
- Free valet bike parking by My Bike Project
For more information, please visit: www.artcrank.com/events/2018/minneapolis
For the fourth consecutive year, ARTCRANK is teaming up with Fulton Brewing to provide adult refreshments and benefit a local nonprofit organization. A portion of proceeds from beer sales will benefit the Minnesota Cycling Federation and its programs that introduce kids to the sport of cycling, let them try out racing for the first time, and learn how to ride like pros.
ARTCRANK is also partnering with IDS Center — which is donating the space for the event — and the mpls downtown council to create a showcase of all the ways that cycling is transforming the downtown neighborhood, from commuting to shopping to sightseeing. Show attendees will be encouraged to take advantage of the revamped, Nicollet to arrive by bike, with free valet bike parking near IDS Center’s Nicollet entrance provided by the Cultural Wellness Center’s My Bike Project, another longtime ARTCRANK partner.