Sites with tag “Business”
University Avenue business Hotel Furniture Liquidators was interested in sprucing up their storefront and agreed to have Timothy Brazil and Douglas Vaughn paint a mural above the storefront windows.
Visual artist and writer Theresa Crushshon created two pieces of artwork - one stenciled outside of Golden's Deli, and another installed inside the Deli.
There is a long pedestrian walkway that runs from Prior Avenue to Cleveland Ave.
A long wooden fence runs along the sidewalk outside of the German Immersion School.
This site includes two large utility boxes at an open and visible intersection.
This is a small parking lot flanked by two big blank walls on 2 vacant buildings, one of which formerly housed Eclipse Records.
This sweet little park has an open grassy area that faces one of the upcoming Light Rail stops.
This is a small 1000 sq ft single story shotgun style building. It was a former bar and currently vacant but in Spring 2012 will be rehabilitating exterior and interior is cleared to the studs and ready to build to suit. The owner, Stephen Filing, has no mortgage and is open to many exterior artistic ideas (mural, painted or mosaic, photos of Frogtown citizens, light rail art, whatever)!
Two large utility boxes stand just outside Axman's doors, on a busy and visible corner of University and Fry.
A long wooden fence runs along the sidewalk outside the German Immersion School.
On's Kitchen has a door visible from University that could use a little love!
Artist and business owner Clifford Dodd, created posters and tee shirts mapping the black businesses along the corridor.
Photographer Simon Carvalho will create a photo essay of the progress of construction to be displayed in the storefront windows of People Come First.
The Edge coffee house and Sharretts liquor store are two retail establishments in the ground floor of the Security Building at 2399 University Avenue.
Artist and Avalon High School art teacher Geri Connelly and her students collaborated with Leonardo’s Basement and one local artist to bring lessons from their school community garden on to University Avenue by way of mobile works of art.
Local musicians Julie Johnson (& The No-Accounts) and Rena Kraut performed two concerts which highlighted the unique instrumentation and sound of the group in the lobby of Hotel 340.
Painter Jim DeFeo created a painting to hang inside the Minnesota School of Bartending.
Artist Kathryn Smith conducted a narrated Historic Bus Tour of the Central Corridor neighborhoods.
Artist and Hamline University student James Jefferson worked with his classmates to create a film about student and permanent resident perspectives on the Midway area.
Photographer and Avalon student, Louise DeCramer, took photographs of students with their art and interviewed them about their experiences as creative individuals.
Artist Tyler Olsen led a production of "Happy Cabaret"- a family-friendly collection of song, dance, comedy, and other performance at Mai Village on May 18, 2012.
Architect and artist James Widder enriched the storefront of Sharrett's Liquor store using recycled and stained glass applied to the building.
Musician Mira Kehoe's project Jazz on the Line cultivated a thriving music and restaurant scene for the entire LRT corridor.
This building has empty storefronts inside and outside the building at street level (and perhaps skyway-level?).
Artists Chris Lutter-Gardella and Rene Meyer-Grimberg created a neighborhood mascot as an ambassador of hope and renewal, drawing attention to areas affected by construction to encourage patronage of local businesses.
Artist Kathy Harris captured the stories of three business owners along University Ave and created a video.
Artists Grahame Hunter and Janaki Ranpura will be presenting the public two separate day-time events at two historic Firehouses on University Avenue with “Open House - at the Firehouse."
Artist Shamilla Amulega hosted an evening dinner filled with story telling and performances at Flamingo Restaurant.