Thank you to our contributors who made this exhibit possible!
$20,000 McKnight Foundation
$15,000 Jerome Foundation
$8,500 Metropolitan Regional Arts Council
$5,000 Lake Street Partners
$2,000 FORECAST Public Artworks
$1,500 Lyndale Neighborhood Association
$1,250 Minneapolis Arts Commission
$500 Lake Street Council
$400 Marquette Bank Lake Southwest Journal Susan and Rob White
$250 Wiliam R. Morrish Norwest Bank: Lake & Chicago branch Linda Picone
$150 Kathy Halbreich
$100 Acentos Marketing & Translations Marilyn Bockley Donald Brewster Catherine Ceniza Choy Linda and George Chryssomallis Todd & Foon Cramlet Crime Lab Graphics William Crowder Edwrad Dayton Rosemary Esber Josephine Ewing Richard Flood Gretchen Grace and Eric Scott Moore Suzanne R. Green Susan Hanna-Bibus Darleen and Harry Hauck Jeffrey N. Jax Melvin and Sharlene Jacobson Sue Kearns Katy Lindblad Local 7200 - Communications Workers of America Barry Markus James Nicholson Bill and Anne Parker Partners Three Company Michael Powers Susan Puncochar Mary and Bill Randall Christopher Rauschenberg Colleen Riley and Gregg Hornstad Mary Todd Rothchild and Dan Bruggeman Aaron Rubenstein and Michael Stanitis Dr. Leonard and Linda Schloff Ella C. Slade Smith Foundry Company Jonathan Stein and Theresa Kintner-Stein Carol Stoddart and Karl Groth Studio X/Jon Morris Mary Thomas Thomas Wright Consulting The Troutman Blumenshine Family Billy Weisman Ivan and Sheila Ziegler Louise Ziegler 810-822 W. Lake Street/John Meldahl
Under $100 Patricia Ray Bratnober Jean and Carl Brookins Cathy Camper Neal Cuthbert and Louise Robinson Michael and Kathleen Docter Douglas Fogle Phil and Wendy Freshman Vance Gellert June Harmon Kristin Johnstad and Bill Richmond Miriam Kelen Peter McLaughlin Rainbow Chinese Restaurant SASE: The Write Place John & Andrea Steiner-Manning JoAnn Verburg Mary Ann Knox Carrie Reay Susan and Richard Ehrlich Martha Malinski Scott Likely Althea Carlock
Due to the expensive nature of the exhibit, we are still accepting donations to cover our expenses. To receive a fundraising letter, please contact Wing Young Huie: 612-827-8017, firstname.lastname@example.org
Special thanks to Advanced Technologies Integration, Inc.(ATI) for donating resources, talent, and time to create the web site; Kim Dalros for fabulous design work, Lake Street Partners for substantial support; Longfellow Community Council, Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association and the Lyndale Neighborhood Association for community assistance; pARTs Photographic Arts for providing administrative and technical resources; Photos Inc. for an incredibly generous in-kind discount and for such excellent printing, the Richard R. Green Institute for educational vision; Walker Art Center for hosting the web site and providing tour buses for area students; and the many volunteers who donated time and energy and moral support.
Huie received $52,000 in artist grants to photograph Lake Street from 1996 to 2000. Funding was received from the State Arts Board, The Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association, The Bush Foundation, and The McKnight Foundation.
Book to be published Spring 2001 by Ruminator Press.
Adjunct programming and tours will be provided by pARTs Photographic Arts, Walker Art Center, Lyndale Neighborhood Association, and Longfellow Community Council.
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