Hand-in-Glove 2015 will take place at The Soap Factory in Minneapolis, MN. (photo courtesy The Soap Factory)

Nearly 400 arts organizers will converge in the Twin Cities September 17–20 for the third Hand-in-Glove convening. This gathering of alternative spaces, artist-led projects, and artists’ organizations also marks the launch of Common Field, a new national visual arts network. Hosted by Works Progress Studio and The Soap Factory, #HIG2015 will connect arts organizers and organizations from across the country for debates, strategizing, and to get social!

Tickets are limited, and here’s why you should register today:

7. The Twin Cities: Minneapolis–St. Paul in September is glorious! Get inspired by Midwestern kindness, fall foliage, craft beer, and a vibrant local art scene.

6. The convening takes place at The Soap Factory, one of the largest contemporary art galleries devoted to emerging practice in the USA.

5. Hear leading arts voices from across the country, like W.A.G.E., Art of the Rural, The Lesbian Herstory Archives, Complex Movements, ARTS.BLACK, Temporary Art Review, Epicenter, Artists Space, and more!

4. Tickets for this 4-day convening are only $125 and include meals created by artists and chefs.

3. Connect with local artists and arts organizers through homestays, in-home dinners, and self-guided tours of independent art spaces and projects.

2. Opening and closing parties will celebrate the launch of Common Field and the release of PHONEBOOK 4 with live music and revelry! Bonus: every attendee gets a free copy of PHONEBOOK 4.

1. Common Field membership: Be among the first to join Common Field! Complimentary membership included with your #HIG2015 ticket.

See the full schedule and buy tickets at commonfield.org. See you in September!

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