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Sculpture Garden piece gives Park Rapids artist a boost

postbulletin.com — In a studio north of Park Rapids, a couple of hundred miles from the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Aaron Spangler is taking his art to a new level. The sculptor has been at work creating a large abstract piece that, once it has been lifted into place by a crane, will become a prominent feature on the new sculpture walk beside the Walker Art Center.

Walker visitors build a city, one polyhedron at a time

postbulletin.com — MINNEAPOLIS - If you've been to the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis recently, you're familiar with the noise of a construction zone. A new entrance is being built, the Sculpture Garden is being expanded and upgraded, and there's road work going on out on Hennepin Avenue.

At Walker, visitors build a city, one polyhedron at a time

mprnews.org — If you've been to the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis recently, you're familiar with the noise of a construction zone. A new entrance is being built, the Sculpture Garden is being expanded and upgraded, and there's road work going on out on Hennepin Avenue. Just visiting the Walker is a bit of a challenge.

Sculpture Garden piece gives Park Rapids artist a boost

mprnews.org — In a studio north of Park Rapids, a couple of hundred miles from the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Aaron Spangler is taking his art to a new level. The sculptor has been at work creating a large abstract piece that, once it has been lifted into place by a crane, will become a prominent feature on the new sculpture walk beside the Walker Art Center.

Mia's $6 million initiative will reach out to Asian-Americans

mprnews.org — With funds from Alfred P. Gale, the Art Institute plans to draw on local expertise to shed light on some of the items in its collection.

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 season free for students

mprnews.org — SPCO officials believe the offer, part of their long-term audience development strategy, will hook young people into becoming future subscribers. "We want you here," the chamber orchestra's president says.

Author imagines a constitution worth going into exile to protect

mprnews.org — It makes sense that Gerald Vizenor would write a satirical novel about the future of the White Earth Reservation. Vizenor was given the task of drafting that nation's constitution a few years back. Vizenor hopes his new novel "Treaty Shirts" will bring an appreciation of what he describes as a unique document.

A witch, a baby and a grown-up tale for kids

mprnews.org — It's standard to ask authors what their books are about, but when it comes to "The Girl Who Drank the Moon," Minneapolis author Kelly Barnhill is a little overwhelmed. At first, she just laughed. "Yeah, that's hard," she eventually said. "It's hard! It's hard for me to describe it to people."

In film about improv comedy, envy gets a close-up

Noted Ojibwe author has died of cancer at 73, family says - HeraldCourier.com: News

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Aug 18, 2016

Sculptor Aaron Spangler aa___span in his Park Rapids studio where he has been working on an as…  https://www.instagram.com/p/BJQSKWkBEmc/ 

Aug 17, 2016

The wold needs to know. Actually I loved Keanu. I think @kryssypease just doesn't want to see kittens in peril.

Aug 17, 2016

No! Keanu! Then you won't have to rent it.

Aug 16, 2016

I had to read this a couple of times. Still wondering what inspired such effort.  https://www.instagram.com/p/BJLhvv1hc0N/ 


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