Art-A-Whirl 2018: Many Times Magnified & Building a Shoebox City

Art-A-Whirl is a big, festive open studio tour sponsored by the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association that takes place annually in NE Minneapolis. Grace Lutheran was part of Art-A-Whirl in 2013 and 2014 and featured art, music, food and actives for children.

In 2018, Grace Lutheran Church will be hosting a mixed media and fiber art collection, along with the return of 2017’s huge hit: the Shoebox City! 

“Many Times Magnified”

Orange Tesselates by Susan Hensel

May 18-June 15.

Fiber and
mixed media work by
Sandra Brick
Jennifer Conrad
Susan Hensel
Jennifer Schultz
Kate Vinson
Danielle Vinup.
Art-A-Whirl Hours: Saturday May 19 Noon to 5pm and Sunday May 20 Noon to 5pm.
For other viewing times call 612-788-2444 x12.

 

Building a Shoebox City: Interactive All-Ages Community Art

We’ll have art and craft supplies of every kind and tons of cardboard — the rest is up to you! What does a city need? Skyscrapers, houses, a library, a school? How about a waterpark or a zoo or even a dinosaur exhibit? Maybe your kids want to grow up to be firefighters, or animal doctors, or archeologists…. so let’s build a fire station, a vet clinic, and a big box of dirt to dig in. Grab a shoebox (provided) and let’s build an amazing city together!

Sunday, May 20, 12 PM – 5 PM.

Art at Grace Center during Art-A-Whirl®

Reimagine, Repurpose

Fiber art in two and three dimensions, featuring Debbie Boyles, Nancy Condon, Jennifer Conrad, David Hamlow, Kristin Hoelscher-Schacker and Kate Vinson.

Hours during Art-A-Whirl®: Saturday May 20, 2pm to 7pm; Sunday May 21, Noon to 5pm.

Walk-In hours in May: Monday through Friday by appointment, call 612-788-2444 if you would like to visit. On exhibit through May 31, 2017.

 

 

Saturday, May 20th will also be our regular Community Dinner at 5:30pm!

 

Building a Box City: Interactive All-Ages Community Art

We’ll have art and craft supplies of every kind and tons of cardboard — the rest is up to you! What does a city need? Skyscrapers, houses, a library, a school? How about a waterpark or a zoo or even a dinosaur exhibit? Maybe your kids want to grow up to be firefighters, or animal doctors, or archeologists…. so let’s build a fire station, a vet clinic, and a big box of dirt to dig in. Grab a shoebox (provided) and let’s build an amazing city together!  Sunday, May 21, 12 PM – 5 PM.