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-[[image:2009_Magnet.jpg|top|thumb|300 px|'''[[Scrap]] by Michael Kareken'''<br>'''[[Commuter]] by Tetsuya Yamada'''<br>'''Opening Reception'''<br>'''Thursday, November 19, at 7 p.m.''']]+[[image:2009_Magnet.jpg|top|thumb|300 px|'''[[Foot in the Door 4]]<br>'''On view through June 13''']]
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Foot in the Door 4On view through June 13
Foot in the Door 4
On view through June 13
Welcome to MAEPedia
Established in 1975, the MAEP is a unique organization that is run by and for Minnesota artists. The MAEP’s continued success is the result of a productive collaboration between the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the statewide artist community. As an artist-run program, the MAEPedia needs your voice. Your comments, memories and anecdotes will help form the basis for a historical record of contemporary visual arts in Minnesota.

Get Involved

Stay Connected
  • New guidelines to run to MAEP Artist Panel at the next Annual Meeting.
  • Foot in the Door 4, February 19, 2010 - June 13, 2010. Registration forms available for download.
  • MAEP is currently in the process of updating their website and archives. You many still search the archives, but contributing to the MAEPedia is currently not an option.