Artists' mini-golf part of Walker's 25th anniversary party

  • Updated: June 3, 2013 - 10:19 PM
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To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden Walker Art Center's Artist-Designed Mini Golf is now in play. The number 9 hole is called" Be A Sculpture" where players are encouraged to stand on the feet pedestals when putting] Richard.Sennott@startribune.com Richard Sennott/Star Tribune. , , Minnesota Monday 6/3/13) ** (cq)

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It’s the 25th anniversary of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, and “Walker on the Green,” a mini-golf course designed by artists, is part of the party. “Be a Sculpture,” above, which encourages players to plant their feet as they putt, is the ninth hole. At right, 2-year-old Raewyn Shaw, of Omaha, played in the sand trap/Zen garden on the fifth hole. Also featured: a scale model of a French château, mazes, gopher holes, and contours mapped from the course at the legendary Augusta National Golf Club. The course is open through Sept. 8. Go to www.walkerart.org/garden for more information.

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  • To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden Walker Art Center’s Artist-Designed Mini Golf is now in play. Raewyn Shaw 2 years old of Omaha Neb. was fascinated by a sand trap on hole number 5 Zen rock garden and spent a couple of minutes raking in the sand and having a Zen moment of her own, while playing mini golf with her family. ] Richard.Sennott@startribune.com Richard Sennott/Star Tribune. , , Minnesota Monday 6/3/13) ** (cq)

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