WOAH! Walk of Art Hopkins
Walk of Art Hopkins (WOAH!) highlights art in Hopkins. Local galleries are open to view and buy art, meet artists, socialize and learn about visual arts opportunities in Hopkins.
August 15 Schedule of Events
Pick up a WOAH! brochure at any of the participating locations.
5:00 - 7:00 pm:
Blank Canvas Arts Alley at The Commons, 915 Mainstreet
See the latest work from Hopkins Schools student artists and community members.
6:00 - 8:00 pm:
Hopkins Center for the Arts
Join us for the Opening Reception for works by Mark Granlund, Bartosz Beda, Kristine Heykants, the Minnesota Decoy and Wildflowl Carving Club and Artist Spotlight artist, Cheryle Gannaway. Enjoy music in front of The Center from 6-8 pm by jazz guitarist, Julian Manzara. Cash bar and light refreshments available.
Munkabeans Coffeehouse, 1206 Mainstreet
Artwork on display by photographer, William Drew, intuitive abstract expressionist, Emily Forbes, and awkwardly adorable art (her words) by Angel Hawari. Meet artists, William Drew and Emily Forbes; Munkabeans will be offering their full menu as well as complimentary refreshments.
6:00 - 9:00 pm:
Boutin Gallery, 1004 Mainstreet
Featured artists include Ken Herren and Shawn McNulty. Please stop by to meet the artists and learn about their process.
The Gallery at Zeller Studio, 1421 Mainstreet
Meet James Gabbert. His sculptures represent positive expressions of the human experience through the balance and beauty of the human figure in motion.
Cream & Amber, 1605 Mainstreet
Works by Nicole Houff, a Minneapolis based photographer with a mild obsession with Barbie. Cream & Amber is extending their happy hour until 9 pm!
7:00 - 8:00 pm:
Sunset Series Concert in Downtown Park
Enjoy Them Dots, an ironic rock and roll dance band founded in the 1980s. Presented by Hopkins Center for the Arts and Mill City Sound.
Your walk of Art Hopkins wouldn't be complete without strolling by the many outdoor sculptures, free to enjoy 24/7. Artists selected for ArtStreet are on display for one year, while the city's permanent collection is part of our landscape. Information at Hopkins ArtStreet.