Artworks

Collections

This user has no collections.

Activity

  • It’s a warm summer day in July, and a group of boisterous teenagers and young twenty-somethings are hard at work making art at In Progress, a community art space in the North End neighborhood of St. Paul. The students—who are either there through Right Track, St. Paul’s youth worker program, or another nonprofit called Safe Zone—are creating mosaics and working on designs for two new murals that will be coming to the neighborhood next year, as part of a project put together by COMPAS. On…
  • It’s a warm summer day in July, and a group of boisterous teenagers and young twenty-somethings are hard at work making art at In Progress, a community art space in the North End neighborhood of St. Paul. The students—who are either there through Right Track, St. Paul’s youth worker program, or another nonprofit called Safe Zone—are creating mosaics and working on designs for two new murals that will be coming to the neighborhood next year, as part of a project put together by COMPAS. On…
  • It’s a warm summer day in July, and a group of boisterous teenagers and young twenty-somethings are hard at work making art at In Progress, a community art space in the North End neighborhood of St. Paul. The students—who are either there through Right Track, St. Paul’s youth worker program, or another nonprofit called Safe Zone—are creating mosaics and working on designs for two new murals that will be coming to the neighborhood next year, as part of a project put together by COMPAS. On…
  • It’s a warm summer day in July, and a group of boisterous teenagers and young twenty-somethings are hard at work making art at In Progress, a community art space in the North End neighborhood of St. Paul. The students—who are either there through Right Track, St. Paul’s youth worker program, or another nonprofit called Safe Zone—are creating mosaics and working on designs for two new murals that will be coming to the neighborhood next year, as part of a project put together by COMPAS. On…
  • It’s a warm summer day in July, and a group of boisterous teenagers and young twenty-somethings are hard at work making art at In Progress, a community art space in the North End neighborhood of St. Paul. The students—who are either there through Right Track, St. Paul’s youth worker program, or another nonprofit called Safe Zone—are creating mosaics and working on designs for two new murals that will be coming to the neighborhood next year, as part of a project put together by COMPAS. On…
  • It’s a warm summer day in July, and a group of boisterous teenagers and young twenty-somethings are hard at work making art at In Progress, a community art space in the North End neighborhood of St. Paul. The students—who are either there through Right Track, St. Paul’s youth worker program, or another nonprofit called Safe Zone—are creating mosaics and working on designs for two new murals that will be coming to the neighborhood next year, as part of a project put together by COMPAS. On…
  • It’s a warm summer day in July, and a group of boisterous teenagers and young twenty-somethings are hard at work making art at In Progress, a community art space in the North End neighborhood of St. Paul. The students—who are either there through Right Track, St. Paul’s youth worker program, or another nonprofit called Safe Zone—are creating mosaics and working on designs for two new murals that will be coming to the neighborhood next year, as part of a project put together by COMPAS. On…
  • It’s a warm summer day in July, and a group of boisterous teenagers and young twenty-somethings are hard at work making art at In Progress, a community art space in the North End neighborhood of St. Paul. The students—who are either there through Right Track, St. Paul’s youth worker program, or another nonprofit called Safe Zone—are creating mosaics and working on designs for two new murals that will be coming to the neighborhood next year, as part of a project put together by COMPAS. On…
  • It’s a warm summer day in July, and a group of boisterous teenagers and young twenty-somethings are hard at work making art at In Progress, a community art space in the North End neighborhood of St. Paul. The students—who are either there through Right Track, St. Paul’s youth worker program, or another nonprofit called Safe Zone—are creating mosaics and working on designs for two new murals that will be coming to the neighborhood next year, as part of a project put together by COMPAS. On…
  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …