WAC Education & Community Programs
WOW AT HIAWATHA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
WALKER ON WHEELS GOES BACK TO SCHOOL


THROUGH OCTOBER 21, 2000



Walker on Wheels(WoW), the Walker's multipurpose mobile Art Lab that resides in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden during the winter months, continues its tour of Twin Cities neighborhoods with a residency at Hiawatha Elementary School from September 21-October 21. The following events have been planned in collaboration with the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, Hiawatha School, Hiawatha School Park, and the Science Museum of Minnesota. All events are free and take place in WoW at the school, which is located at 4201 East 42nd Street in Minneapolis. For a complete events listing, call 612.375.5812. For more information about Walker on Wheels, check the Web site.


EVENTS AT HIAWATHA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL INCLUDE:
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, DUSK (8:45 PM)
Movie Night: Buster Keaton's Steamboat Bill, Jr.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 12 NOON-4 PM
Make art that relates to the Mississippi River during drop-in activities for all ages.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 7 PM
Queer Youth Cabaret: Performances, videos, and music by young local artists.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21
Walker on Wheels concludes its residency at Hiawatha Elementary School.


STUDIO 3-D COMPUTER LAB
MINNEAPOLIS SCULPTURE GARDEN
TUESDAYS-THURSDAYS, 2:30-6 PM

Walker on Wheels (WoW) returns to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden on October 21, where it will become the site of Studio 3-D for a third season of art, science, and technology. Studio 3-D is open to young people ages 10 and 18 who would like to have the chance to work with adult mentors and technology outside of school. Participants explore digital artwork, Web-site creation, digital photography, and more. If you are a young person interested in participating or want to become a mentor, call the Science Museum of Minnesota at 651.221.2511.




A PROJECT OF THE WALKER ART CENTER, WALKER ON WHEELS IS MADE POSSIBLE BY GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM THE MEDTRONIC FOUNDATION AND THE PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS.