Opening April 3, Hair + Nails Gallery
Come see my new installation, Fallout Shelter. The show will run from April 3 through May 1. Upstairs are fellow artists Kieran Myles-Andrés Tvebakk and Lamia Abukhadra. Look for my encompassing, subterranean experience in the basement of the gallery.
Fallout Shelter | Kelley Meister
April 3-May 1, 2021
Hair + Nails Gallery 2222 E 35th St., MPLS, MN 55407
Other Artists Exhibiting on Main Floor:
Kieran Myles-Andrés Tverbakk
Saturday, April 3, 7-10pm
or by appointment: email@example.com
Limit of 10 occupants in gallery
HEPA air filters in all rooms of the gallery
Backyard open for masked social distancing hangout during opening while waiting for limited entry into show
The exhibition is on two floors. The main floor is wheelchair accessible. The basement exhibition space is reached by 12 wooden stairs. Images and descriptions of the basement portion of the exhibition are provided. A single-stall ungendered bathroom is located in the basement.
On Wednesday, April 14 and Tuesday, April 20, I will be hosting a Live Virtual Visit at 6pm CT for anyone who wants to experience the show virtually with me. I will provide a gallery tour of the space and answer any questions. Please fill out the registration form here to attend and let me know of any accommodations you will need.
"Meister's work makes visible the invisible, and while many of the topics feel terrifying, the artist also wants people to feel connected and empowered through community engagement."
- Alicia Eler, Star Tribune
Upcoming: Art(ists) on the Verge Summer 2021
Postponed from 2020, the 10th Art(ists) on the Verge cohort (Candice Davis, AP Looze, Kelley Meister, and Sarah Nassif) will present our work this spring and summer. My mobile experience, Hot Zone, a 100-mile bike ride from Monticello Nuclear Generating Plant to Prairie Island Nuclear Generating Plant along Hahawakpa/Misi Ziipi/Mississippi River will take place in 3 segments on Saturdays throughout the summer. Participants may join up to ~15 total for each ride (TBD due to social distancing and other COVID restrictions at the time of the ride), all others will be invited to watch via live stream. We will be doing environmental monitoring of the river valley, using radiation monitoring equipment as well as our eyes, hands, and phones to draw and photograph our observations of the flora and fauna along the way.
Stay tuned for more details about how to join and/or watch! And please get in touch if this sparks any interest!