Sites with tag “Crafts”
This site includes two large utility boxes at an open and visible intersection.
This is a small plot (curb around it) with sparse bushes and two medium-size trees.
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.
Photographer Amy Unger created an interactive piece featuring images of alphabet letters found along the corridor that are on display at the Rondo Library through Labor Day 2012.
Artist Frank J. Brown led two workshops on how to create a three-dimensional and bas-relief silicon rubber mold design.
Abbey Kleinert made artist-designed, Union Depot and St. Paul Farmers Market-inspired reusable shopping bags for a weekend giveaway on the tracks of the Central Corridor.
Everyone was invited to celebrate the first year of Irrigate at “Art Happens Here: A celebration of artist-led creative placemaking along the Green Line” on Saturday October 27, 10am-2pm, at ZajLaug Chaw, 262 University Ave W., Saint Paul.
Artist Tara Fahey spearheaded a two-part project that engaged the community to create public art utilizing the techniques of yarn bombing of bike tires and the painting of portraits of inspirational people.
Warming Hearts One Stitch at A Time, lead by artist Marion Williams, will team up with Agape High School and share knit hats, scarves, gloves etc. garments with the young parents and their children that are striving for an education.
Artists Nicole Infinity and Monica Rojas will create a textile piece through community participation at the Hubbs Center. The complete project will be made up of 8in x 8in textile squares created by community members and Hubbs Center students and employees.