Tag Archives: Art

That much for a banana?

That much for a banana? Why a Florida couple paid $120,000 for a banana duct-taped to a wall The banana duct-taped to the wall is the most recent piece of “weird” art that sold for a staggering $120,000. Some may think, “Stupid, right?” However weird or quirky an art piece …

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Stromberg creates collage in memory of old campus, alums

Stromberg creates collage in memory of old campus, alums Art teacher commemorates the lost school with a colorful mural made of school artifacts “The whole idea behind the project was to try to find a way to honor the old buildings that were lost, but also celebrate the history of …

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Taking their turn in the spotlight

Winter 2018: Catch these shows before they end! Nicholas Freeman Teen Idol: The Bobby Vee Story The History Theatre, St. Paul Tonight 7:30; Sat. 2:00 & 7:30; Sun 2:00 Karen Lutgen Magnum Chorum: “Tomorrow I Will Come” Dec. 22 @ 7:30, Gloria Dei (St. Paul) Dec. 23 @ 4:00, Holy …

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Chris Larson’s art of ‘transformation’

Chris Larson (‘85) is a Minneapolis based artist and Minnehaha alumnus. His work is extensive and his fields diverse: Videography, photography, performance art, sculpture, among others. His work has been featured in the Walker Art Center and at the Whitney Biennial. This past year, Larson was inducted into the Minnehaha …

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Working the Musical in 360

Seth Retzlaff performs “Joe” in Working the musical   360 video by Téa McLawhorn    

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US

US Preview from Redhawksonline on Vimeo. US: A Minnehaha Academy Players Original Play The Minnehaha Academy Players’ production ‘US’ captures the issues and emotions of our current lives as told by a group of everyday people trapped in an airport. US will be performed at The Guthrie’s Dowling theatre November …

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T Time #1:

T Time Episode 1: Mr. Robbins, Mr. Larson, Kayla Williams Watercolor painting and a chat with Téa McLawhorn, new Economy teacher Mr. Robbins, Mr. Larson, and Kayla Williams T Time Episode 1 from Redhawksonline on Vimeo.

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Never too late to learn: Raye Ebensteiner

Creativity from cooking to lamp design As Frank Sinatra’s satin voice resounds from the kitchen’s sound system and bounces off of white gallery-like walls, senior Raye Ebensteiner unpacks a paper bag of groceries onto a granite counter top. Raye gently pulls her brunette hair into a high ponytail and turns …

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Madeleine Debele: Art

Junior Madeleine Debele created the images below for her junior English class with Katherine Myers, during the class’s unit on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby.

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Nathan Stromberg’s “Significant Stuff” exhibit

Art teacher Nathan Stromberg showcases 28 pieces of original artwork in a solo exhibit at Artistry (formerly the Bloomington Theater Center for the Arts). It is titled “Significant Stuff” and it displays 28 collages of recognizable objects of each decade from the 50’s to the 80’s. “The idea is about …

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