Lynden Sculpture Garden
Press Release

This Weekend: A Workshop and Exhibition Reception with Artist Daniel Minter & Home Dance DAY


By - Jul 23rd, 2021 01:04 pm

Saturday, July 24, 10 am-1 pm
FREE but space is limited and pre-registration is required.
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Join artist-in-residence Daniel Minter for an open-air carving workshop before the reception for his exhibition Rootwork, on view in the gallery through September 26. Participants will create a personal symbol and carve it into a rubber block suitable for stamping and printing; carve low-relief wood blocks; or explore more advanced carving techniques. Images of the rubber stamps will become part of our project archive and will eventually be used in large textile banners. You will be able to take your stamp home with you.

Saturday, July 24, 4-6 pm
Masks are required in the gallery.
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Lynden launches In the Healing Language of Trees: a natural act of transformation restructured for curing many ills, an eighteen-month project with artist Daniel Minter with Rootwork, an exhibition of his two-dimensional and relief work.

Sunday, July 25, 12-4 pm
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HOME 2021, our summer-long series of dispersed events celebrating Milwaukee’s refugee communities, continues with HOME Dance Day, Sunday, July 25, 12 noon to 4 pm.

HOME Dance Day participants include The Kings of the Dance Floor (Tanzanian), Tessy Sheidun and Friends (Rwandan), Al-Ghurba Dabka Group presented by Hanan Refugee Relief Group (Palestinian), Nkauj Hmoob Laim Txias (Hmong), the Multicultural Club of South Division High School (Laotian and Indian), Cyenthia Vijayakumar of Aarambh-Indian Dance School (Indian), and Karen Milwaukee Youth Group (Karen/Burmese).

For the program and additional information, please visit:

To find out more about HOME 2021 events this summer, check out our events page

HOME 2021 is sponsored in part by Hanan Refugee Relief and Engauge Workforce Solutions.

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