Summer Arts Discovery






Summer Arts Discovery returns for 2017 and will showcase works by 10 local artists over the summer months. Explore Landmark Center while discovering unique and less traveled parts of the building. New this year, artists interested in participating were asked to submit artwork themed around collective or inclusive community.

 Featured artists are:
Betsy Alwin, Debbie Boyles, Cathy Durso, Kyle Fokken, Sophia Heymans, Isaac Lewin, Judd Nelson, Aziz Osman, Andrea Ellen Reed, and Craig Snyder.
Soon we'll give you an opportunity to MEET THE ARTISTS!

 In addition to the completed work on display, one new work of art will be permanently installed in Landmark Center. The one work of a new piece will be chosen amongst those on display this summer.

Join us for the opening reception on June 15, 5 pm. Come back to get more details!

Both scheduled and self-guided tour opportunities will be available to interpret the featured works. Guests can pick up an Exhibit Discovery Guide at the Visitor Information Center in Landmark Center, or download it from the website when it becomes available..

The Summer Arts Discovery exhibition opens June 15, and closes Aug. 31, 2017.

EXHIBIT HOURS: Regular building hours -
Monday – Friday                8 am to 5 pm
Thursday                           8 am to 8 pm
Saturday                           10 am to 5 pm
Sunday                             12 pm to 5 pm
"Make It and Take It" workshop is scheduled for August 13 and will run from 1 - 4 pm. Meet with one or more of the artists and make your own piece of art work to take home with you that day. The workshop will take place on the Musser Cortile and is free and open to the public.

Summer Arts Discovery is made possible through funding provided by the Mardag Foundation, the F. R. Bigelow Foundation and the Saint Paul Cultural STAR Program. All the artists featured in Summer Arts Discovery were chosen through an application and jury process.

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