An installation at the Hennepin County Government Center of paintings and puppets arranged in vignettes along the long corridor of the exhibit case.

Beautiful, somewhat humorous, and also educational recognition of what it is that connects us all to draw the viewer into deeper considerations of their own relationship to water and our own best humanity in protecting our vital water.

Accompanied by narratives written in various languages.

Commissioned by Forecast Public Art and the Hennepin County Multicultural Arts Committee

December 1, 2017 – January 18, 2018.

This exhibit is from various works for the water:

Curator of the Exhibit: Sandy Spieler

Designers and Installers of the Exhibit: Sandy Spieler, Duane Tougas, Silvano Aquilar, Steve Ackerman

Volunteer Help: Sharon Meister, Patty Gille, Deb Woyke, Deb Ervin

Artists who designed and built the puppets: Sandy Spieler, Duane Tougas, Julie Boada, Paul Chamberlain, Blake Love, Jessica Tweet, Jim Koplin, Allison Duddle

Translators: Silvano Aquilar, Abdillahi Ganey

Thank You to Jen Krava from Forecast Public Art, and the Hennepin County Multicultural Arts Committee who invited us to create this exhibit.

Big thanks to everyone who contributed to this exhibit!