The holidays are over! Sorry about that everyone. I hope we all enjoyed the frenzy of shopping, cooking, eating cookies, fudge, ham, and other coma inducing foods while sitting around watching pro-football. And then there’s the presents. They’re either really great or massively dissapointing!
If you’re like me, you just want to get it over with. You suffer through January, cross off the days on the calendar in February, and then as March slogs along, little signs of spring appear. It may be something small. Like finally being able to see litter under the mountains of snow and ice. But still, a hopeful sign. We here at the Walker aim to make Minnesota winters educational, fun, and a great indoor experience! Nothing says that like our newest/oldest public program called The Inquisition. It was a game created in 1940 by then director Daniel Defenbacher and it’s goal was to challenge experts knowledge of modern and contemporary with the big questions (Who cut off his ear?)
We’re bringing it back for the tough, cold Minnesota winter months and we want you to join us and contribute a question! Click on the fabulous video above for all the information, or submit your question for our experts by clicking on this little link right here walkerart.org/inquisition. If you’re question is chosen, you are guaranteed a ticket to the January 7th Inquisition. If not, you should come anyway. Prizes will be given out, tough questions answered, and egos bruised!
Hope to see you there!