Celebrate filmmaking and visionary women throughout the day! In the art lab join Project Girl, Wisconsin’s first girl-led art based initiative, who invites kids to explore and connect the dots between messages and images in mass media.
Best Buy Digital Imaging Booth: Lights, Camera, Action!
10 am-3pm, Bazinet Lobby
You’re in charge when you get your photo taken in the director’s chair.
Art-Making for the Entire Family: Button Mania
10 am-3 pm, Cargill Lounge
Create a button and make your message known! Using old magazines, collage materials, and button makers, express how you see the world with a meaningful quote, catchy phrase, or cool design. Led by Project Girl.
Art-Making for the Entire Family: What’s Your Thinking Space?
10 am-3 pm, Star Tribune Foundation Art Lab
Thinking spaces are the places we go to disconnect from the media and reconnect to ourselves, our friends, the natural world, and our imaginations. Where do you do your best thinking? Fill a box with collaged images that inspired your creativity. Led by Project Girl.
11 am and 1:30 pm: For all ages
3 pm: For ages 13 and older due to mature subject matter
Part of the annual Women with Vision film festival, this showcase of works created by Minnesota girls ages 18 and under ranges from animation and documentaries to social commentary.
Gallery Spotlight: Present Tense: Photographs by JoAnn Verburg
12 noon, 12:30, and 1 pm, Friedman Gallery
Discover the video works of St. Paul photographer JoAnn Verburg in a short chat with a Walker tour guide.