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June 16, 2018, Saturday - Minneatureapolis 2018 at the A-Mill Artist Lofts (2 days)

Times: June 16 & 17 Noon - 7PM

Location: A-Mill Artist Lofts, 315 Main Street SE

Minneatureapolis 2018 - Building community at The Stone Arch Arts Festival

The Stone Arch Festival of The Arts celebrates it’s 24th year Saturday June 16 and Sunday June 17, 2018. The Pillsbury A-Mill is located in the heart of the festival on Main Street along our historic riverfront. This year they will once again be hosting a community building event. The event is family friendly. The event is called “Minneatureapolis”

Minneatureapolis is a community art project. Folks of all ages and skill sets come together and create a huge imaginary city in clay. A team of trained educators assist. Tools and supplies are provided. Last year 300 community members participated.

Aldo Moroni, a resident artist of A-Mill, has hosted this city building event since the festivals start in 1994. The public is invited to take part in this participatory “social art” event. The A-Mill Artist Lofts will be open throughout the festival and it will include many of the buildings artists showing new works and sharing live performances.

Aldo Moroni and staff along with 300 neighbors This is a free event, but donations accepted. Questions: Contact Aldo Moroni or 612-806-7719.