Northeast Calendar Category 13: Waite Park


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Waite Park

Waite Park was named for Edward Foote Waite, judge of the District Court of Hennepin County from 1911 to 1941. Featuring beautiful homes and gardens, including a volunteer managed community garden, Waite Park also sits along the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway.

Waite Park - Lauri Svedberg

Waite’s Park image by Lauri Svedberg for 2012 was also the cover image, as it received the most votes. This year we have a category for each. Who will the winner be?

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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.

The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

 

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Northeast Calendar Category 12: St. Anthony West


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ST. Anthony West

 

Historic St. Anthony West is located on the Mississippi riverfront. It is just a short walk from the heart of downtown Minneapolis. The neighborhood is home to several landmark riverfront revival efforts, including B.F. Nelson Park and Boom Island Park, as well as the Ukrainian Event Center and numerous churches.

“Boom Island Tree” by Amy F. Conger was featured in 2012. What will be the featured image for 2013?

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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.

The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

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Northeast Calendar Category 11: St. Anthony East


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St. Anthony East

 

Named after the St. Anthony waterfall, “the true founder of the city,” the St. Anthony East Neighborhood is known for it’s beautiful churches and homes. It is also home to the annual Northeast Farmers Market, and the Summer Street community garden.

 

St. Anthony East’s 2012 page featured “No Place On Earth Like This” by Bjorn Christianson, with an image of Amy Toscani’s art. What’s going to represent St. Anthony East in 2013?

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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.

The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

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Northeast Calendar Category 9: Northeast Park


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Northeast Park is not only home to the very active Quarry shopping center, it’s also the home of the Jim Lupient Water Park.
The 2012 calendar featured artist Adam Turman’s work “Northeast Park.”
What will 2013 feature?

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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.

The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

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Northeast Calendar Category 8: Marshall Terrace


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The Marshall Terrace Neighborhood is named after Minnesota’s fifth governor, William R. Marshall. The neighborhood is bordered in part by the beautiful Saint Anthony Parkway and the Mississippi River. A mix of residential and industrial, Marshall Terrace is also home to the historic St. Hedwig’s church.
Marshall Terrace’s 2012 image featured “Rail Yard” by Angela Lundberg. Who wants to grace the page for 2013?

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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.

The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

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Northeast Calendar Category 7: Logan Park


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The Logan Park neighborhood is considered the heart of the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District because it has such a tremendous amount to offer creatives and visitors. It features many of Northeast’s large studio buildings like the Northrup King Building, the Q’arma Building, the Casket Arts Building, the Waterbury Building, and the Thorpe Building. Because it’s got so much creative activity, Logan Park is a prime destination during the annual Art-A-Whirl open tour event.

The 2012 Logan Park image featured “Heavy Snowfall on Quincy” by Amy F. Conger. What’s your idea for 2013?

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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.

The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

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Northeast Calendar Category 6: Holland


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Predominately residential, The Holland Neighborhood is named after Josiah G. Holland, an American educator and editor. Notable landmarks in the Holland neighborhood include the Bill & Bonnie Daniel’s Firefighters Hall & Museum, as well as the Northeast Branch of the Hennepin County Library.

The Holland page of the 2012 Calendar featured “Rain on Central” by Matthew Madson.

What should 2013’s image be?

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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.

The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

Resources

Holland Neighborhood Improvement Association: hnia.org

Northeast Calendar Category 5: Columbia Park


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Columbia Park has three namesakes:
  • Columbia Park, one of the area’s parks;
  • the park’s acquisition in 1892, the 400th year since Columbus’ voyage;
  • and the adjacent suburb Columbia Heights.

 

The 2012 Calendar featured “Boxcars” by Angela Lundberg, seen below. What’s your idea for how to represent Columbia Park?

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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.

The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

Resources

Columbia Park Neighborhood Association: columbiapark.org

Northeast Calendar Category 4: Bottineau


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The Bottineau neighborhood, running along side the Mississippi River, was named after the legendary pioneer, explorer and leader Pierre Bottineau.

Home to the California Building and the newly remodeled Psycho Suzi’s, Bottineau is a destination for many visitors to Northeast and a place where many artists live and work. Bottineau is also home to “Mulberry Junction,” one of Northeast’s best community gardens.

 

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The Bottineau month of the 2012 calendar featured featured “Lowry Bridge Construction” by Angela Lundberg. Submit for a chance to be featured in 2013!

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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.

The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

 

 

Northeast Calendar Category 3: Beltrami


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The neighborhood of Beltrami is a unique community. Large tracts of industrial land cover the southwestern portion of Beltrami, while most of the land is residential. Beltrami neighborhood and park are named after Giacomo Constantino Beltrami, an early 19th century Italian jurist, scholar and explorer. As with other neighborhoods in northeast Minneapolis, many artists have set up studios in Beltrami.

 

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Last year’s winning Beltrami image was “The Postcard Shot” by Bjorn Christianson. What’s it going to be for 2013?


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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.

The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

Northeast Calendar Category 2: Audubon Park


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Category 2 – Audubon Park

The Audubon Park neighborhood is full of gems. Home to the annual Johnstock festival, Audubon is a mix of destination and opportunity. In other words, there are lots of cool reasons to go there already, and there will be even more great activity as the area grows! The Hollywood Theater is one such opportunity, and it will be exciting to see what happens as this site is redeveloped.

 

Resources

Last year’s winning Audubon submission was “Deming Heights Park” by Amy Conger:

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Organized by the Northeast CDC, the Northeast Calendar was created to celebrate the Northeast neighborhoods and the artists, artwork, and creative communities therein.
The deadline for submitting images to the 2013 Northeast Calendar is July 15, 2012. Participation is free, and the submission form can be found at: calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

2013 Northeast Calendar – Category 1 – The Cover!

Northeast Calendar CoverWe had a lot of fun planning the 2012 Northeast Calendar Contest – and we’re really looking forward to 2013.

For the next two weeks I’m going to recap the categories for the contest, and walk us through a few neighborhood resources while we’re at it.

Category 1 – The Cover!

The cover image can be associated with any Northeast Neighborhood or Northeast in general.

Last year’s cover featured artwork by Lauri Svedberg. It was the submission that received the most votes overall. This year to simplify things we have a category just for the cover.
The winning cover artist will receive $200 and a 25 copies of the Northeast Calendar. The submission form can be found at:

calendar.northeastcdc.org/?page_id=149

Next we’ll take a look at all the different neighborhood categories. Stay tuned!