Out & About: Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia)
Jan 5th - 4:30 pm
Martin Luther Art and the Reformation
See the story of Martin Luther and the Reformation brought to life at this once-in-a-lifetime exhibit on loan from Germany. Luther used art and the printing press to challenge Europe’s leaders and spread a revolution of religious, cultural, and societal change. Includes paintings, sculpture, and textiles that shed new light on an explosive era and the man who ignited it.
Thursday, January 5 at the Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 Third Avenue S, Minneapolis
Choose from 2 private group tours led by a docent at the Mia:
TOUR OPTION 1 (Daytime): - FULL. WAITLIST TAKING ENTRIES.
Bus site pick-ups:
12:15 PM from the Lyngblomsten campus, Community Room (lower level)
1415 Almond Avenue, St. Paul 55108
12:30 PM from Applewood Pointe of Roseville, 1480 Applewood Court W
Return time: Approximately 4 PM
Fee: $14.50 for the tour. $7 for transportation; please pay day of the event.
Registration required by January 2.
Limited tickets; register early.
TOUR OPTION 2 (Evening):
Presented by Redeemer Lutheran 2nd Half Ministry Team.
4:30 PM Meet at Redeemer Lutheran Church parking lot to carpool.
5:30 OM Meet at 2nd Floor Rotunda/Fountain Court at Mia (pay parking is available in Mia parking lots)
Tour followed by pie and conversation at Baker's Square in Roseville.
Return time: Approximately 9:30 PM
Fee: $12 per person for tour. Cost of parking at the Mia and food at Baker's Square is on your own.
Registration required by December 19.
Special registration: Contact Jane Schroeher at (651) 770-9543 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Make checks payable to "Redeemer Lutheran" with "Mia Tour" on memo line.