Viaduct Gallery

 

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 rentals@desmoinessocialclub.org for more information.

 

Upcoming Exhibition

PedalArt Des Moines 2015

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The sixth annual PedalArt Des Moines poster show will be taking place at the Des Moines Social Club on Friday, May 15 at 7:00 pm in the Viaduct Gallery.

PedalArt Des Moines is a free event that showcases bicycle-inspired poster art by local artists at an affordable price. More than 30 artists print 30 editions of their poster, and each print is sold for $30. PedalArt Des Moines is a collaborative effort between the Des Moines Bicycle Collective and The Des Moines Social Club. It celebrates bicycle and art enthusiasts, while simultaneously promoting sustainability and creativity within our community.

Current Exhibition

Grand View Student Art Competition Exhibit

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The Grand View Student Art Competition is an annual event that is open to entries from all current Grand View Art & Design students. The entries and award winners are juried and selected by outside professionals in the field of art. Each spring this exhibit showcases the very best work of Grand View’s student artists.

This year’s exhibition features a wide variety of student-produced artwork, from paintings and drawings to prints, photography and video. This year the work was juried by Benjamin Gardner, who teaches in the Art Department at Drake University.

View our past gallery exhibits.

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