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The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden opened in 1988, it was designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes and landscape architects Quinnel and Rothschild and was expanded in 1992.  It is located near the  344 more words

The Perky Rooster

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

Today I took a break from all the running around and doing paperwork that is part of caring for an ailing parent and headed out to spend time with my camera.   74 more words

Photography

Never a tourist in your own city?

So the saying goes, “You’re never a tourist in your own city,” but those who say it have clearly never had anyone visit them. My boyfriend arrived in Minneapolis December 21st, and after Christmas and family events had died down (in places like Brainerd/Little Falls/Randall/Elk River), we found ourselves back in Minneapolis – civilization. 713 more words

United States

Day 38: #artsy

The title of today’s post is slightly deceptive. I did in fact get my artsy on this evening with trendy bars and classic art, yet I would in no way describe myself as artsy. 141 more words

Summer

Guess who uses the same system as I for installations pinned to walls! My idol, Jim Hodges, as seen in this video promo for Hodge’s exhibition at the Walker… 90 more words

Jim Hodges

VIDEO: A Business Lesson in Storytelling from the Walker Art Museum - Cat Videos!

In referencing Apple, author Simon Sinek said that people don’t buy WHAT you do; they buy WHY you do it. In this case, why did an established art institution decide to put on a cat video festival? 15 more words

Business

20 years of mini-golf with gnomes

i suppose most people get excited about friday night dates or saturday afternoon plans, but i’ve always liked lazy sunday mornings the best.  jon and i sleep-in late sundays, and then we usually head to brunch.  369 more words

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