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Sunday June 16th 2024

June ’24

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The Heart of the Arts

Over 200 South High students displayed their artwork in May at the Modus Locus on Bloomington Avenue and East 35th Street. We highlight a few of the artists in this issue and hope to continue highlighting more of South’s talented students! Many thanks to the dedicated art instructors at South High School: Corbin Doty – Comic Art & Design, David Olson – Ceramics, Cynthia Berger – Painting & AP Studio Art, and Drew Nelson – Drawing & Sculpture. All photos taken of artwork by Carol Chase.

Calaveras by Ceramics 1 Class
How They Left It, painting by Marigny Adelman
grade 12
Humpback Whale, ceramic piece by Brennan Van Voorst,
grade 12
Hungry Bird Comic by Brennan Van Voorst
grade 12
Interaction with a Little Friend, digital illustration by Chrystian Brito
grade 9
Orca, ceramic piece by Brennan Van Voorst
grade 12
Stars in the Sky, ceramic self-portrait by Henry Gehrke
grade 12
To the Cabin, digital illustration by Lucy Adelman
grade 12
Body Image, digital illustration by Marigny Adelman
grade 12

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A Grand Gathering

Charlie Stately, longtime owner of Woodland Indian Crafts Shop, chats with customers during the Minneapolis American Indian Center Open House on May 1. Charlie’s shop has been a staple of the center for more than four decades and now has a home in a larger space on the first floor.
After the ribbon cutting ceremony, the doors opened and community members reentered the center for the first time since it was closed in late 2022. The center underwent a historic renovation and expansion that provided needed maintenance and upgrades that will allow it to serve the community for future generations.
Three elders are all smiles as they watch the conclusion of the American Indian Month Kickoff Parade and the Minneapolis American Indian Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on May 1.
Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, the highest-ranking Native woman in elected office in the United States, said a nice tribute to the center during the ribbon cutting ceremony. White Earth Nation Chairman Michael Fairbanks jokingly held up a White Earth flag behind Flanagan as she spoke, showcasing her tribal affiliation.
The Sampson Brothers performed a hoop dance while Keith Secola and David Huckfelt provided the live music entertainment in the gym during the open house celebration on May 1.
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In the Heart of the Beast Urging Support

In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre (HOBT) is making an urgent appeal for support to keep the joy and magic of puppetry alive in Minneapolis.
It’s been an amazing year with HOBT actively manifesting its mission of nurturing creativity, as it has done for the past 50 years, by continuing to grow Education Programming through school residencies, community classes, and workshops. The Puppet and Mask Lending Library is open to the public twice a month, helping kids and families embrace the use of puppets, while also offering story time and make-and-take crafts. It also featured diverse, one-of-a-kind puppet shows filling the mainstage and inspiring audiences alike.
However, like many nonprofit organizations across the country, HOBT has faced dramatic decreases in individual giving and ticket sales. Due to financial hardship, HOBT’s board made the incredibly difficult and heartbreaking decision to lay off Megan West, who was recently hired as the new Producing Artistic Director. Megan’s leadership, keen skills, and big heart will be dearly missed and HOBT wishes her the very best in her next endeavors.
Without the quick financial assistance of the community, HOBT is at risk. The theatre is calling on the community, all those who love HOBT and the vital work it does, to help reach a goal of raising $70,000 by the end of June.… Read the rest “In the Heart of the Beast Urging Support”

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