Minnesota History Center

I got to spend the better part of today at the #MinnesotaHistoryCenter exploring their permanent exhibits: #ThenNowWow, which houses the #Grainland #exhibit and #Babetheblueox; #WeatherPermitting an homage to #Minnesota's bipolar #climate and finally #MinnesotasGreatestGeneration, on the #depression and #war era. I also saw the #WeAreHmongMinnesota exhibition but I mostly focused on the #ModernSpirit #showcase. It's an incredible #collection by #NativeAmerican artist #GeorgeMorrison. A huge chunk of his work is borrowed from the #MinnesotaMuseumofAmericanArt. If you get some time, I highly recommend seeing this exhibit as it closes tomorrow. P.S. Thanks for #exploring with me, @rebeccazenefski (I just #love her!) #MNBucketList #onlyinmn

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I got to spend the better part of today at the ‪Minnesota History Center‬ exploring their permanent exhibits: ‪Then Now Wow, which houses the ‪‎Grainland‬ ‪exhibit‬ and ‪‎Babe the blue ox‬; ‪‎Weather Permitting‬ an homage to ‪‎Minnesota’s bipolar ‪climate and finally ‪‎Minnesota’s Greatest Generation, on the ‪‎depression‬ and ‪‎war‬ era. I also saw the ‪We Are Hmong Minnesota exhibition but I mostly focused on the ‪#‎Modern Spirit‬ ‪showcase‬. It’s an incredible ‪collection by ‪‎Native American artist ‪‎George Morrison‬. A huge chunk of his work is borrowed from the ‪‎Minnesota Museum of American Art‬. If you get some time, I highly recommend seeing this exhibit as it closes tomorrow.

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