Quarter Gallery

Two people look at six photos of clothing piles and balled up bodies on a white gallery wall


Now closed for installation.

April 23 - May 11, 2024
Temporal Exchange

Gallery hours are Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 5pm

We are proud to presents Temporal Exchange, a group exhibition of works on paper curated by BFA students and alumni in the Department of Art at the University of Minnesota. Temporal Exchange encapsulates the impermanent nature of time inherent to the human experience. The exhibition portrays visual documentations of lived experience from emerging artists as they navigate relationships with the past, present, and future. The human condition is defined by the progression of time both through the mental experience and the physical body. By highlighting works on paper, the curators call attention to the transitory nature of this material, which can fold, bend, and warp, and its function as a tool of documentation. Paper offers an intimate material experience that mirrors the fragile, flexible nature of memory and time.

Artists in the Exhibition
Zakaria Abdullahi, Miram Anglin, Ella Bounds, Charlie Cassellius, Leon Valencia Currie, Jack Drummond, Nafyar (Ekhlas), Essence Enwere, Wasima Farah, Nina Lund, Ian McKenna, Sonja Quimby, Renee Rademacher, Mia Schultz, Camden Stevens, Peter Verdoorn, Natasha Warwick, Nora West, and Venus X.

BFA Student Organizing Team
Temporal Exchange was organized by Miram Anglin, Mia Schultz, and Camden Stevens with assistance from Charlie Cassellius (BFA 2023), Nafyar (Ekhlas), Jacquelyn Fay, Nina Lund, and Natasha Warwick. Lamar Peterson, Associate Professor of Drawing & Painting, provided faculty sponsorship and guidance to the organizing team.

The Quarter Gallery spans 2,000 square feet for the presentation of student exhibitions and community partnerships.

Regis Center for Art (East)
405 21st Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Upcoming Closures
April 16-20, Closed for Installation

Gallery Hours
Tuesday - Saturday, 11 am – 5 pm

The Regis Center for Art is locked to the public on Saturdays, with U-card access only. Visitors can call 612-624-7530 to gain entrance into the galleries and should plan to enter the building's main entrance located on 21st Avenue South directly across from the parking garage.

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Parking & Public Transit
Learn more about the parking options below:
21st Avenue South ramp
5th Street South lot
19th Avenue South ramp

Hourly metered parking is available nearby on 22nd Avenue South and Locust Street
The gallery is accessible via Metro Transit buses and light rail lines. For your best route, visit Metro Transit Trip Planner.

Regis Center for Art is accessible to visitors who use mobility devices or prefer to avoid stairs. Service animals are welcome in the gallery. A fully accessible, gender neutral restroom is available on the 2nd floor of the Regis Center for Art (West). To access this restroom, take the elevator to the 2nd floor and proceed across the skyway towards Regis West. As you exit the skyway the restroom will be directly across from you. Fully accessible gendered restrooms are located directly to the left hand side when exiting the gallery on the first floor of Regis Center for Art (East).

May 14 - September 9, 2024
Closed for installation

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Regis Center for Art 20th Anniversary Exhibitions: Works by Faculty Emeriti

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January 17 – February 11, 2023
Fred Joel Larson: A Celebration of Life and Art