A 12-foot polar bear slowly lumbers across the frozen lake. Two heavily bundled children shout gleefully as they bounce each other up and down on a Ouijatotter. College students dance their cares (and thick winter shells) away in a small hut pounding with music. All this and more is par for the course at Minnesota’s Art Shanty Projects, an annual experiment in public art and community.
On a dark and cold winter night, the Ice Castles are mysteriously alluring. Their tall walls of ice glimmer with magical promise, a sharp contrast to … Read more
I love the outdoors but have a serious problem with overzealousness and lack of basic map skills. My husband is much more practical than me, but … Read more