410 Project - Dana & Dylan Storytelling

  • Dylan and Dana Sikkila showing the start to finish process of creating one of her fiber works. Taking a written story and turning it into visual art piece and how with creating comes changes, with in yourself and in your work. This video highlights what the 410 Project brings to the community of Mankato one artist at a time!
  • This video was featured on the http://mankatotimes.com/ home page. The purpose of creating the youtube video was to give the 410 Project a wider audience and not be captive to only Mankato residents. The video can be found on the right side bar of the site.
  • In addition to Youtube, Facebook has been another powerful tool for sharing the video. 
  • The 410 Project is an art gallery and experimental space located in Mankato MN that grants opportunities for artists in all stages of their careers to exhibit and sell their work. We serve the greater Mankato area by enabling interaction between area artists and members of the community in a gallery setting. Offering an approachable space for emerging and established artists, the 410 Project opens its doors to the needs of artists working with many different mediums, including for example installation, film, and interactive art. Exhibitions are constantly in rotation every two or three weeks, in an effort to display varying and exciting work. Along with art exhibitions, the 410 plays host to many different communal events, including concerts by local bands, fundraisers for organizations, and benefits for community members. The 410 Project strives to associate itself with the artistic and eclectic society that surrounds it by offering many different opportunities for people to become involved. 

    The 410 Project
    523 South Front St.
    Mankato, MN 56001

    Gallery Hours: 
    Wednesday -Saturday 2-6pm
    Sunday 1-4pm

    For any other information on current shows or interest in having a showing or event please email The 410 Project at the410project@hotmail.com

    *The 410 Project is handicapped accessible. There are no stairs or obstructions in the walkways of the gallery. Although most exhibitions are composed of visual art, the exhibitions are available to person(s) with a disability and a volunteer is constantly available for assistance.