ARTCRANK at the 2016 Winter Cycling Congress
The Winter Cycling Congress is coming to the United States for the first time ever, and Minneapolis — a city that knows a thing or two about cold-weather biking — will play host. The three-day event that runs February 2-4 will bring together a diverse and international group of people with a shared vision of increasing bicycling and walking among people of all ages and abilities through the winter.
Wednesday, February 3: Bike Parade & After-Party
Grab your bike and join the delegates of the Winter Cycling Congress for a 5-mile joyride along the Mississippi. The ride will assemble in the driveway in front of The Commons Hotel at 4:00 p.m., depart at 4:30 p.m., and then end at Weisman Art Museum for the after-party, which officially opens to the public at 6:00 p.m.
ARTCRANK will feature a selection of handmade, limited-edition prints celebrating year-around cycling. Photographers Hansi Johnson and Ellie Kingsbury will also have work on display. The Weisman Museum will be open during the after-party until 8:00 p.m., including the new exhibit "Clouds, Temporarily Visible," as well as "Still...Life" and "Black & White."
FEATURED ARTCRANK ARTISTS
Chelsey Ker : : Courtney Thomas : : Dan Lehman : : Dane Stahr : : Doug Ross : : Eliza Southwood : : Helen Tseng : : Jerome Daksiewicz : : John Bosley : : Jonathan Black : : Logan Faerber : : Karan Singh : : Marek Hosek : : Mark Frudd : : Matthew C. Paul : : Natalie Wynings : : Rebekah Wessels : : Ross Zietz : : Scott Loftus : : Sophie Greenspan : : The Little Friends of Printmaking : : Todd Zerger
Llight appetizers and beer courtesy of Summit Brewing Company, the official sponsor of the #WCC16 Winter Bike Parade. The after-party will conclude at 8:00 p.m.
RSVP for the 2016 Winter Cycling Congress Bike Parade & After-Party
This event is FREE, and open to the public. Bundle up, saddle up, and join the fun.
More information on the Winter Cycling Congress is available at wintercycling.org
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