We will be hosting exhibitions at our center.
Tour more than 70 locations throughout Northeast Minneapolis, including studio buildings, art galleries, homes, storefronts, businesses, and restaurants.
Plan your visit with NEMAA's Artist Directory and Guide
, which includes information about the NEMAA artists, a map of Northeast Minneapolis and the Art-A-Whirl locations, a dining guide, and more.
The Minneapolis Shambhala Meditation Center will be sponsoring these exhibits during the Art-a-Whirl tour hours.
Ikebana Flower Arranging
Sensei Youshie Babcock and some of her students will display some Sogetsu school ikebana flower arrangements.
In 1927, when everybody believed practicing ikebana meant following established forms, Sofu Teshigahara recognized ikebana as a creative art and founded the Sogetsu School. Anyone can enjoy Sogetsu Ikebana anytime, anywhere, using any material. You can place Sogetsu Ikebana at your door, in you living room or on your kitchen table. Sogetsu Ikebana enhances any public space. It will suit any kind of space, Japanese or Western and enriches its atmosphere.
David Kroos will be showing his bronze sculptures.
David's sculptures are made from bronze using the lost wax technique but he augments the original wax form with found wood objects. His forms are mostly horses and range in size from 9" to 16"
will display her handcrafts:
Erin Bogle graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2008 with a BFA. In her undergraduate studies she focused on photography, book making and some animation. Since then she has been creating zines, creatures, greeting cards, and other small treasures. When she is not crafting she works with some amazing kids who are often the inspiration for what she creates!
Ben Johnson will have an exhibit of his blown glass objects.