New Gallery Hours

Tuesdays and Thursdays
5:30 to 8:30 pm
Fridays and Saturdays
1:00 to 5:00 pm

Closed Between Shows
Additional times available by appointment. 
See Current Exhibit for Special openings and other events. 

4915 42nd Avenue North
Robbinsdale, MN 55422


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Board Members

President: Jeanne Johnson 

Vice President: Vienna Volante 

Secretary: Mike Proulx 

Treasurer: Carl Johnson 

Gallery Director: Open

Exhibits Director: Mike Proulx

Membership Director: Vienna Volante 

Publicity Director: John Neimi 

Rotating Shows: Christine Halverson

Photographer: Rikki Patton

Exhibit Schedule

Sept. 7 - 23  Bigger is Better, A Show of Firsts
CJ Longaeker & Dave Ehret

Sept. 26 - Oct. 21 2017;
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute

November; (Date TBT 2017) 
"Extremely Minnesota"

December; (Date TBT 2017) 
"Art Is Primary"


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Robbin Gallery is a local nonprofit artists' cooperative with a mission to bring art to the community while helping artists grow and learn to develop their skills and creativity.

At home in the historic Robbinsdale library building, Robbin Gallery hosts eleven exhibits each year including two member shows and the "Extremely Minnesota" statewide juried exhibition. Eight monthly "Special Exhibits" are available each year to individual artists or groups of artists.

The building is owned by the city of Robbinsdale and operated by Hennepin Artists of Robbin Gallery. Members volunteer their time to staff the gallery and support the arts through member meetings, workshops and exhibits.

All visual arts are represented.

Extremely Minnesota - 2009 

 About the building:

The City of Robbinsdale owns the historic library
building and renovated and updated the site while
keeping the classic feel of the 1920's library.

After the original library closed in 1975 the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Since 1979 it has been shared by Robbin Gallery and The Robbinsdale Historical Society.

In January, 2008, the members of the Robbin
Gallery refurbished, painted and added sound
baffling to the space to make it shine as a 21st
century gallery.

Learn More about the building