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Strange Girls Summer Night Market

  • Modist Brewing 505 North 3rd Street Minneapolis, MN, 55401 United States (map)

Join over 30 artists for sips, sounds and a selection of Conspiracy of Strange Girls' creative goods at Modist Brewing, Saturday July 21st, 4-10:00 pm. Featuring music by Gothess, an all-female DJ collective, and sponsored by Dick Blick art supplies. 

Original artwork + Prints + Ceramics + Leather Goods + Screenprinted Tshirts + Woodwork + Embroidery + Photography + Jewelry + Stickers + Patches + Bags + Enamel Pins + Candles + Comics & Zines + Handmade Books + Vintage Wears + Bath & Beauty Products + Healing Potions + Talismans + and more!

Participating Artists:

3 Jäg design: Hand crafted jewelry by Betty Jäger
Black Banjo Arts
Black Spoke Leather Co.
Blkk Hand
bmf jewelry
Cabinet of Curious Clay
Caspienne’s Stranger Stitchery
Frostbeard Studio
Hannah VandeWater
Haus of Elle
Hell & Studio
Hello Jennifer Bowman
L. Buda Illustrations
Leda Zawacki
Leesha's Lacquer
Lofty Dog Designs
Lucy Comer
Lulu Organics
Ms. Streeter Illustrations
Nest and Tessellate
Olivia Tani
Paper Unicorn Vintage
Pretty Hard
Ritual Print Co.
Sassafras Healing Arts
Sharyn Morrow Photography
Steak & Unicorns Art & Illustration
Stephanie Claybrook
Teresa Audet - Object Maker


+ Music by DJs from all female DJ Collective Gothess

+ Tintype Photobooth by Blkk Hand

+ Prize Wheel with prizes from Blick, Strange Girls merch, artists and local businesses!

+ Donuts from Sssdude-Nutz

+ Savory food from resident food truck, The Curious Goat

Brew master wizards, Modist Brewing Company will be creating two special beers just for us:
Strange Girls Witches Brew
Strange Girls Magic Potion

100% of proceeds from Prize Wheel, Blick sponsorship, donut sales AND $1 from each sale of specialty Strange Girls Brews go to Roberts Shoes Displacement Fund. The Roberts Shoes building that burnt down on May 27th housed many artists studios as well as living spaces. "Robert's Shoes is a long standing institution for the south Minneapolis arts community. The building was in use by many artists creating a vast array of art work over the years. In addition, there are several living spaces that have been destroyed. We are now displaced. Some are without a home. Many of us have lost all our resources to make art, which is how a lot of us sustain ourselves. We are asking for a donation to collect and distribute between those who have lost something in this tragedy. "

Please visit their Go Fund Me Page to learn more and donate:

Free and open to the public

Let us know if you can make it!  Check out the Facebook event!

Earlier Event: June 30
The 2nd Annual Vampire's Ball
Later Event: August 11
Strange Girls Art Market