Carnegie Art Center: Some Mettle Required, David Hyduke & Andrew Hellmund

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LocationCarnegie Art Center located at 120 South Broad Street in Mankato

Carnegie Art Center

Celebrating our 35th gallery season, the Carnegie Art Center, located in Mankato's Historic Carnegie Library is the region's largest dedicated visual arts gallery with rotating monthly exhibitions,artist studio rental space, education classes and a unique gift shop that connects the community to the work of local and regional artists. Our Gallery and Gift Shop hours: Thursday, 1-7 Friday, 1-4 Saturday, 11-5 The Carnegie is closed one week each month for gallery installation and January for building restoration projects. Beginning June 2016, handicap accessible construction.

120 South Broad Street
Parking information: 
Street Parking is available. The Carnegie Art Center is also within walking distance from the Hilton Garden Inn and the City Center Hotel and is in the same city block as Tandem Bagels.

Opening June 6 and running through June 22, 2019 in the Carnegie Art Center's Rotunda and Fireplace Galleries, Two Generations--Two Metals: Some Mettle Required with new work forging a joint exhibition from David Hyduke and Andrew Hellmund that has been enriched and constructively pushed by their new friendship, understanding, and respect for the other’s work.
“We are continually learning from each other and that forces us to explore and look at art from different perspectives, with new considerations in mind. In these bodies of work we both took on two metals: steel and bronze. Along the way we have continued to critique and push each other.”

David Hyduke works out of his foundry and studio in Kasota and his work may be seen throughout the state, at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, the Metropolitan Medical Center in Minneapolis as well as the Anoka County Courthouse and Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter.
Andrew Hellmund is an internationally exhibited sculptor currently completing a Virginia A. Groot Artist-in-Residence at Gustavus Adolphus College. Born in Massachusetts, he completed his MFA in Sculpture under British master, Peter Hide at the University of Alberta (Canada) where he specialized in large abstract metal sculpture. His work can be found in public and private collections from Massachusetts to British Columbia. 
The public is invited to the opening reception Saturday June 8, 7-9 pm.
If you are interested in purchasing work from this exhibition... please contact our gallery staff.

The Carnegie Art Center, Southern Minnesota's largest dedicated visual arts gallery, has provided arts experiences to our community and gallery opportunities for our local and regional artists since 1981.
Gallery and Gift Shop Hours June 6-22, 2019:
Thursdays 1-7pm
Fridays 1-4pm
Saturdays 11am-5pm
Wheelchair accessible with parking and elevator access in the back of the rotunda during open hours. Questions, please call 507-625-2730.

This is a FREE event!



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