Monthly Archives: September 2015

Remarkable Transformation of the Lind Pavilion

On October 3rd, at the Art Lottery Fundraiser, Shake Rag Alley officially opens the Lind Pavilion, named in memory of John Lind, a member of Shake Rag Alley’s board of directors who died in 2014. Shake Rag’s transformation of the … Continue reading

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Send Us Your Super Moon Lunar Eclipse Photos

Tonight, shortly after 9pm, is the highly-anticipated super moon lunar eclipse. According to this article, the best way to photograph this rare phenomenon is to include a land-based object, such as a local landmark in your photo. If you get … Continue reading

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Grand Opening of Lind Pavilion

Tickets are going fast for the Shake Rag Alley Art Lottery scheduled for Saturday, October 3rd from 7-10 p.m. during the Grand Opening of the Lind Pavilion. Here’s how the Art Lottery works. Square canvases (8″x 8″) have been distributed … Continue reading

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Pedro Guerrero’s Connection To Mineral Point

For years, famous photographer Pedro Guerrero spent a significant amount of time here in Mineral Point. He was a gentle, unassuming presence. Most people who encountered him had no idea he was world-renowned, most notably for his iconic images of … Continue reading

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JUNGLEmilk/mindPARTY Opens September 18th

Since she could remember, Diana Chu drew constantly. She would accompany her mother to her office and draw while she worked. As her mother typed, Diana would open an umbrella to create a fortress where she armed herself with markers, … Continue reading

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