A woman wearing a sunhat walks past a modern, black-painted two-story art gallery on a sunny day, with a clear blue sky and suburban houses in the background.

Regular hours are Wed-Sat 12-5pm–but please check Google before you come, sometimes we have special hours or are closed for installation. We are also open by appointment. Please contact info@dreamsong.art to schedule your visit outside gallery hours.

1237 4th Street NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Rebecca Heidenberg, Partner

Gregory Smith, Partner


Dreamsong is a space for contemporary art comprised of a gallery, a standalone Cinema, and an artist’s residency. Our program is focused on intergenerational emerging and mid-career artists from Minnesota and beyond, with an emphasis on female-identified and under-recognized artists. Founded in June 2021 by Rebecca Heidenberg and Gregory Smith, Dreamsong is located in Northeast Minneapolis.


Our Cinema is located across the courtyard from the gallery. We screen experimental and nonfiction films and video art connected to exhibitions in the gallery. For upcoming screenings, please view the calendar. The cinema is also an open, flexible space for site-specific installations, sound, music, readings and workshops. Please do not hesitate to contact us with proposals for our Cinema, potential collaborations and private screenings.


We acknowledge that this land in which we reside, Mni Sota Makoce (Minnesota), which is named for the Dakota who have lived here for many thousands of years, is the traditional and ancestral homelands of the Dakota, Ojibwe, Ho-Chunk, Cheyenne, Oto, Iowa, and Sauk and Meskwaki people and is a crossroads for Indigenous peoples. Both the State of Minnesota