Art students and museumgoers alike will enjoy visiting the KMart art museum in Minneapolis, where the art institute will be showcasing some of the work that will be displayed.
The museum will also be offering a short exhibition on Monday.
The art institute is a non-profit organization that promotes art education, and is dedicated to supporting the careers of local artists and the arts in the Twin Cities.
Its goal is to create opportunities for local artists to earn their livelihoods and expand their work.
Kmart’s Art Gallery will feature work by local artists, including a portrait of Kimbell, a sculpture by photographer Peter D’Ambrosio, and paintings by local art students.
The gallery will also feature a display of some of Kmart’s most popular products including the Artisanal Kitchen, the K-Mart Apparel Store, and the Kamaitos store.
A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Art Institute, which was established in 2015 by Art Institute of Minnesota president and CEO Susan Stahl.
Artists, including the K Mart artist and a Kmart designer, are expected to showcase the work of local Minnesota artists.
In the past, the museum has showcased works by artists from the city of Rochester, New York, and Minneapolis, as well as a few pieces from Minneapolis.