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Western Sculpture Park

Western Sculpture Park

As we carefully reconvene for activities at Western Sculpture Park this summer, we are excited to share with you some updates on what we have in store for you this year! eARTh Lab weekly youth workshops will start back up this June, we will be partnering with the Peace Celebration through the Art of Food in Frogtown and Rondo in June and September, and the Night Light projection mapping creative cohort will be painting the park with light during the last weekend of September!

eARTh Lab
We are excited to partner with the Capitol Region Watershed District again on eARTh Lab! The workshops will focus on getting to know our regional watershed system and how water flows through our landscape. Through this workshop series, participants will explore the relationships between human-made developments and our water sources through hands-on intersectional activities of art, landscape design, planning, engagement, and activism. We aim to build knowledge around the environmental and social impact of how we shape our community and interact with the watershed.

When: On Tuesdays at 1pm – 3pm from June 22nd to August 24th
Where: Western Sculpture Park, meet at the rain garden at the center of the park!
If you have a party of more than 10 people, please contact Mayumi Park at mayumi@pubicartstpaul.org at least 3 weeks prior to the eARTh Labworkshop date your group is planning to attend.

 

2021 Workshops

eARTh Lab Kick-Off Meetup
Tuesday, June 22 with Public Art Saint Paul Team

Make Your Own Watershed Tye-Dye Shirt
Tuesday, June 29 with Esther Ouray

Growing Joy Gardens With Our Neighbors
Tuesday, July 6 with Andrew MacGuffie

Videomaking: Watershed Voices
Tuesday, July 13 with Ini Augustine

Create a Mississippi River Cleaning Reef Raft
Tuesday, July 20 with Gita Ghei

Making Our Watershed-Community Coloring Book
Tuesday, July 27 with Lisa Arnolds

Building Self-Watering Sub-Irrigation System
Tuesday, August 3 with Public Art Saint Paul Team

Connecting Our Storytelling to Land Use
Tuesday, August 10 with MN Youth Collective & Lower Phalen Creek Project

Projection Mapping Art: Shedding Light On Watershed
Tuesday, August 17 with Night Light Project

Postcards Supporting The Water Protectors
Tuesday, August 24 with Public Art Saint Paul Team

Artists & Artworks

John Hock, Curator

2015 Exhibition
Paul Benson, Minnesota
Shaun Cassidy, Missouri
Karl Ciesluk, Ontario
Lourdes Cue, Mexico
Roger Cummings, Minnesota
Mark di Suvero, New York City
Ted Sitting Crow Garner, Illinois
John Hock & Andrew MacGuffie, Minnesota
Dan Kainz, Pennsylvania
Peter Morales, Minnesota
Don Osborne, New York
Melvin Smith, Minnesota
Amy Toscani, Minnesota

 

 

2018 addition

Alexander Liberman, New York

Partners & Funders

Partners
Public Art Saint Paul
Saint Paul Parks and Recreation
Franconia Sculpture Park
Fuller Aurora Neighborhood Association
Summit University Planning Council

Ecolab

Funders
C. Lilly Foundation
A. O’Shaughnessy Foundation
Sage Cleveland Foundation
The Saint Paul Foundation
R. Bigelow Foundation
Mardag Foundation
The John and Ruth Huss Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation
Generous Individuals
The voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.