In this week’s episode of the Streets.mn podcast, I’m talking with Minneapolis artist Patricia Healy McMeans about Ten Chances No Hustle, a month-long residency program that’s just wrapping up this week. The residency took place in an old bakery storefront on Minneapolis’s Nicollet Avenue that had been empty for years.
I became intrigued by the project because of the way that it interacts with the street outside it. For example, Emily Stover, a local architect and designer who is one of the residents, had installed two different pyramids of somewhat stale bread in the windows of the shop. McMeans told me that sometime people would walk in the off the street thinking that it was still a bakery, only to be disappointed to find artists occupying the space.
BONUS: The residency is wrapping up this week, but they’re having an open house this afternoon from 4:00 to 7:00. If you’re in the neighborhood of Nicollet and 26th, you should stop by and check it out!
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