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  • As I walked across Rochester, I felt bemused by the atmosphere created by having one of the world’s most prestigious, and expensive, hospitals plopped down into a small Midwestern city. It felt like wandering through a weird utopian health spa bubble. Everything looked vaguely like an alumni magazine where nobody smoked, and every restaurant contains nutritional information on their menus, including Denny’s. I found some solace when I entered into Keren Kroul’s lovely exhibit, Topographies…
  • From "Topographies of Loss and Longing" by Keren Kroul. Image courtesy of the artist. As I walked across Rochester, I felt bemused by the atmosphere created by having one of the world’s most prestigious, and expensive, hospitals plopped down into a small Midwestern city. It felt like wandering through a weird utopian health spa bubble. Everything looked vaguely like an alumni magazine where nobody smoked, and every restaurant contains nutritional information on their menus, including Denny’s…
  • 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…