'Art of Gastro Non Grata' at Pink Hobo gallery

Categories: Art
GNG's Craig Drehmel and Jeff Mitchell - Photo by Greg Schaal
​It is not often that all of one's favorite things come together with such nifty-cool force. And yes, we're assuming if you are reading this that some of your most favorite things include art, music, and chow. 

If not, perhaps you are here by mistake. But whatever your faves in life may be, tomorrow night Pink Hobo Gallery is teaming up with nosh, music, and beer scene-makers Jeff Mitchell and Craig Drehmel of Gastro Non Grata as they open their new exhibit, "The Art of Gastro Non Grata."

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Modern Chooglin - Photo by Greg Schaal
​The show will put Gastro Non Grata's promotional past on parade with photography, illustrations, and screen-printed posters on display at Pink Hobo in northeast Minneapolis. 

Featured photos are the work of local musician/photographer Greg Schaal, who has chronicled the merrymaking and alcohol-fueled musical moments of GNG's past events. Handmade screen prints by geek artist King Mini also will be available for purchase. 

The opening reception for the new exhibit will kick off 
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Unknown Prophets - Photo by Greg Schaal
​tomorrow night from 7 to 11 p.m. and will feature a music and food line-up that only GNG could bring together. Catered by Fork in the Road Catering, attendees can feast on salmon sliders ($8), BBQ pulled pork grilled cheese sandwiches ($7), chicken wraps ($7), and pulled pork tacos (2/$6).

"The Art of Gastro Non Grata" exhibit will run from February 25 through March 28 at Pink Hobo (507 E. Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis).

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