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Restorative Justice Fundraiser: A Wine & Beer Tasting

When: Saturday, April 21, 5:00p-7:30p
Where: The Hook and Ladder (3010 Minnehaha Avenue). http://thehookmpls.com/venue/

Sample beer and wine, enjoy treats from local restaurants, bid on the silent auction, and listen to music. A guaranteed fun time in support of a good cause whether you choose to sample wine and beer or not!

Tickets now available at Zipp’s Liquors, Welna II Hardware (2201 E. Franklin) and on-line: RJ fundraiser tickets. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door.

All proceeds benefit Seward Longfellow Restorative Justice Partnership

For more information about SLRJP contact Michele Braley at Michele@SNG.org or 612-338-6205 x108


Exhibit Opening Tonight at Form + Content Gallery

Dirt and Bones
March 15–April 21
Form + Content Gallery, 210 2nd St. North, Mpls, MN 55401, 612 436-1151.
Thursday -Saturday 12-6 PM
Reception: Saturday, March 17, 7:00–9:00 p.m.

Sandra Menefee Taylor ’76, along with Judy Onofrio, will be presenting new work in the Dirt and Bones exhibition at the Form + Content Gallery. Onofrio and Taylor both work with “natural materials as art materials,” which carry within themselves their own meanings.

In her artist statement, Taylor describes her pieces by saying, “These works center around my questions about the Anthropocene era: what if we saw the earth as a partner; what of the world do we really value; what are the things we all have in common. These earthworks pose the materials—dirt, lace, light—as both metaphors and agents of beauty and structure.”

For more information see Press Release HERE



Forecast Public Art Has a New Website

To mark their 40th anniversary, they are unveiling an updated brand and website. Forecast is building on their incredible legacy as they move into the next phase of the organization. Their new website is complete with the latest Forecast happenings, initiatives and services, insights from leaders in the field about topics that matter and inspiring public art and placemaking projects. Explore and enjoy!

Visit their website HERE.