About the Viaduct Gallery
The Des Moines Social Club’s Viaduct Gallery (900 Mulberry St.), sponsored in part by Grand View University, is Des Moines’ new visual art home exhibiting works by emerging local, regional, national, and international artists. Committed to supporting artists and creating opportunities to enhance the art scene in Des Moines, the Viaduct Gallery connects the community with progressive and dynamic art of all mediums. The 1,800+ square foot space is located on the first floor of the Des Moines Social Club, adjacent to Capes Kafé and Malo Restaurant.
The Viaduct Gallery is curated by local artists Rachel Buse, Joe Crimmings, Benjamin Gardner, Jami Milne and Aaron Tinder.
The gallery is available to host special events and private functions. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Documentary Screening and Gallery Talk: The Nazi Drawings – Thursday, April 9 – Details
Anne Frank: A History For Today Exhibit – March 30 – April 26
In conjunction with Repertory Theater of Iowa’s production of The Diary of Anne Frank (April 10 – 26) at the Kum & Go Theater, RTI is bringing in an exhibit from the Anne Frank Center in New York City to the Viaduct Gallery.
Anne Frank: A History for Today is a traveling exhibit that visually depicts the life of Anne Frank and the history of the Holocaust. The exhibit will be open and free to the public from March 30 – April 26 in the Viaduct Gallery of the Des Moines Social Club.
Tours of the exhibit by trained docents are available 4:30 – 7:30 Monday through Friday, 11:00 – 7:30 on Saturdays, and 12:00 – 6:00 on Sundays.
The exhibit is sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Des Moines, the Iowa Foundation for the Environment, Education, and the Arts, the Repertory Theater of Iowa, and the Des Moines Social Club.