The Good Arts Collective is located inside of First Covenant Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Our members share several spaces in the church, including the Red Room, Sidetown Studios, and on special occasions the Sanctuary. For usage and rental information, contact us.
the red room
What was once a unused, empty youth room for a church is now a flourishing multipurpose arts space. The Red Room is a uniquely convertible room, able to hold performance art, galleries, work space, and meetings with just a little rearranging. All great decisions need a large enough space to walk around and spill coffee in. To us, the Red Room is that and more.
Music is like science, and scientists need laboratories. SideTown Studios is an all encompassing recording studio for members of the Good Arts Collective, and is also available for rental. Used for recording music, podcasts, and for rehearsals, SideTown Studios is equipped with Logic and ProTools to meet the varying needs of our members. Constantly buzzing with new projects and records, this space is essential to the constant creative output that the Good Arts Collective thrives on.
The Sanctuary as most call it, is an actual sanctuary. The building is owned by First Covenant Church, and this space was built over 100 years ago. Now, it still holds services on Sundays, but also hosts concerts, performances, presentations, speeches, fundraisers and much more. The Hall is a 1500-seat staged venue.
The Good Arts Collective | 810 S 7th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55415