Artworks
Public Art Performance
2016
Miniature Golf
Permanent 9-hole mini golf course.
2015
Mini Golf Hole
2016
mixed media
Dimensions variable
2014
Interactive Installation- mixed media
2015
Miniature Golf
2014
Art Shanty
2010
Puppetry Performance
2011
Installation/Performance
2009
Interactive Installation
26' x 15' x 10'
2011
Installation
2012
Interactive Photo Booth
2012
Storefront Installation
Summer 2013
2013
Miniature Golf
Summer 2013
2013
Installation
Summer 2014
2014

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  • Robin Schwartzman updated the Artwork Jump on in!
    Jump on in! is an interactive installation made for my Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition. It was on display in the Katherine E. Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota, April-May, 2011. Parts of this exhibition were also at the Walker Art Center for their First Free Saturday event in March, 2011.
  • Robin Schwartzman updated the Artwork (No) Vacancy
    This public art installation was commissioned for Made Here in downtown Minneapolis. It occupied 18 second floor windows of the old Witt-Mitchell building at the corner of Hennepin Ave. and 7th St. This piece was meant to pay homage to the businesses and life that once occupied this space, while simultaneously highlighting the number of vacancies in a prominent urban setting. Thanks to Joan Vorderbruggen for making it possible and to Michael Wolfe for video assistance. Photos by Steven Lang.
  • The Big Box Menagerie was made for Sideshow Soo hosted by Soo VAC and held at the Pat's Tap Block Party in August 2012. The idea was to create a fun, interactive photo booth. All photos were posted to http://bigboxmenagerie.blogspot.com
  • During my time as an Artist-in-Residence at Hub-Bub, I designed and worked with various members of the community to build a permanent 9-hole, Spartanburg-themed, free mini golf course on a formerly vacant lot in the heart of downtown. People are encouraged to bring their own ball and putter or to rent them for free (in exchange for a valid ID) from local businesses in downtown including: The Coffee Bar, Growler Haus, The Local Hiker, Dottie’s Toffee and the Paisley Paw. This project was made …
  • Robin Schwartzman updated the Artwork SubPar
    SubPar was created as part of ALMA Lights, a collaboration between Northern Lights.mn andRestaurant Alma to create a temporary arts hub experiment that supported a range of artist interventions at 528-530 University Avenue prior to Restaurant Alma’s renovation of the building. As Restaurant Alma planned with James Dayton Design on how to reconfigure the space with expanded restaurant facilities, a cafe and boutique hotel, Northern Lights.mn invited a number artists to create interventions, …
  • During my time as an Artist-in-Residence at Hub-Bub, I designed, pitched and worked with the community to build a permanent, 9-hole, Spartanburg-themed, free mini golf course on a formerly vacant lot in the heart of downtown. People are encouraged to bring their own ball and putter or to rent them for free (in exchange for a valid ID) from local businesses in downtown including: The Coffee Bar, Growler Haus, The Local Hiker, Dottie’s Toffee and the Paisley Paw. This project was made possible b…
  • Robin Schwartzman updated the Artwork FantaShanty
    Part of the 2010 Art Shanty Projects on Lake Medecine in Plymouth, MN. Made in collaboration with Rachel James, Andrea Steudel, Lindsay Montgomery and Michael Stangler.
  • Robin Schwartzman updated the Artwork Balls
    This performance was part of the Walker's New Adventures in Puppetry and was performed for Open Eye Figure Theatre's [i]Toy Theatre After Dark [/i]in March 2011.
  • Performance/Installation made in collaboration with Rachel James.
  • Robin Schwartzman updated the Artwork Jump on in!
    Jump on in! is an interactive installation made for my Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition. It was on display in the Katherine E. Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota, April-May, 2011. Parts of this exhibition were also at the Walker Art Center for their First Free Saturday event in March, 2011.