Corcoran residents featured in Art Crawl

Lawrence Nelson and Andrea Sepulveda to Showcase Work Dec. 7-8The Seward Art Crawl will take place on Saturday, December 7, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, December 8, from noon to 5 p.m. More than 60 artists will be displaying and selling their work at local art studios, galleries, businesses, churches and home-studios, including Corcoran residents Lawrence Nelson and Andrea Sepulveda.The culmination of eighteen years of mixing mediums, Fly Eye art is Larry’s latest endeavor. They are combinations of observational paintings with photography, and collage. The photos are panoramic views squared. Thirty five photos fit together revealing a total field of vision including the periphery. Continue Reading

COMMUNITY VOICES | How well does the library serve the public?

The people who make decisions for the Hennepin County Library have a different concept of “public” than I have. When the new library at East Lake St in Minneapolis was built, we were given wonderful windows, some places to sit and a lot more digital access. But, as far as I can tell there are fewer books. We are also able to rent books if our budget allows. If we are not able or willing to pay the public library rental for our books we can join a waiting list for popular titles. Continue Reading