The Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program (MAEP)

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<div style="font-size:162%;border:none;margin: 0;padding:.1em;color:#000">Welcome to MAEPedia</div> <div style="font-size:162%;border:none;margin: 0;padding:.1em;color:#000">Welcome to MAEPedia</div>
-<div style="top:+0.2em;font-size: 95%">Established in 1975, the [[MAEP Background|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 [http://www.artsmia.org 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. +<div style="top:+0.2em;font-size: 95%">The Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program (MAEP) is a curatorial department of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) dedicated to exhibiting and supporting artists living and working in the state of Minnesota. Begun in 1975 as a creative partnership with the MIA, the MAEP was founded by a group of regional artists interested in creating an innovative exhibition and programming space. What began as a year-long agreement has been extended into an ongoing relationship between the Minnesota artist community and the MIA.
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Welcome to MAEPedia
The Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program (MAEP) is a curatorial department of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) dedicated to exhibiting and supporting artists living and working in the state of Minnesota. Begun in 1975 as a creative partnership with the MIA, the MAEP was founded by a group of regional artists interested in creating an innovative exhibition and programming space. What began as a year-long agreement has been extended into an ongoing relationship between the Minnesota artist community and the MIA.