NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES | Art in the Hollow 2012: June 2 in St. Paul’s Swede Hollow

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ART IN THE HOLLOW 2012
SWEDE HOLLOW PARK
SATURDAY JUNE 2
10 AM TO 5 PM
We are looking for volunteers to help with Art in the Hollow and distributing fliers.

The day of the event help: Unloading/set up for Artists, Loading/Breakdown for Artists, helping with Breakfast, Lunch Runners for artists, Entrance welcome and “Clickers”/Attendance Takers, Kid’s Activities Supervision, or Selling Beverages.

If you are interested in helping please email <email obscured>

Or just come and join the fun!

Here are some of the artists:
Anderson, Katheryn – Painted furniture and fabric
Barron, Kim – Hand-dyed batik clothing and accessories
Basina, Cristina – Hand-made jewelry
Carlson, Leah – Hand painted ceramics and canvas
Cadmus, Mary Ellen – Paints with the earth!
Danicic, John – wooden kitchen tools: useful art.
Erke, Meg – Upcycled journals, cards and mixed media paintings
Feltes, Linda – Glass mosaics
Greiling, Ben – Pottery
Jacobsen, Steve – North Coast Indian Art, canoe paddles, prints, paintings
Keithahn, Connie – and ATTIC ARTISTS: plein air painters based on the East Side
Lange, Alex – performance art titled “Mothers Give Us Things that We Must Cherish.”
Leer, Shawn – Black&white photography from rural america
Lilja, Midge – Watercolor paintings, note Cards & prints
Lloyd, Mem – Sculpture and mixed media
Lloyd, Bill – Photography
Parker, Juan – Paintings, murals and greeting cards
Plichta, Christina – plein air landscapes in oil and watercolor
Pomrenke, Stefan – Photography: Haitian earthquake. Proceeds aid tuition for a Tanzanian
Wiger, Erick – Sculpture.
Wunrow, Emma – Painting, etching, drawing, graphic design.
Yeung, Estella- 100% hand made natural herbal rubs,

Performance Stage:
10:00 a.m. Mariachi Estrella.: Latin, Mexica regional & Spanish pop
11:00 a.m. Kids Sing Along in the Drewery Tunnel,
11:30 a.m. The Halau Dancers: Traditional Hawaiian Hula
12:00 p.m. Kalpulli Yaocenoxtli: Traditional Mexica (Aztec) dance and drum group.
12:30 p.m. Mounds Park American Indian Magnet School

Drummers:
1:00 p.m. HOPE Community Academy Hmong Dancers
1:30 p.m. Light From Heaven Cambodian Orchestra
3:30p.m. Shinparam Korean Traditional Drum Troupe

4:00 p.m. Opera: “Swede Hollow”: World premier, by East Side composer Ann Millikan

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