Lynden Sculpture Garden

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Emily Belknap was selected for the 2014 Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowship for Individual Artists, Emerging Artist category.

All of the fellows’ works are on display at INOVA (Institute of Visual Arts), UWM’s Peck School for the Arts’ contemporary art gallery and research center.

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Bob Retko tended the Lynden Sculpture Garden  long before it took on that name or mission.

Retko grew up nearby in River Hills. He first wandered onto the grounds off Brown Deer Road with a friend when he was 10 years old. But it was during his teenage summers that Retko was hired to help tend the grounds.

“I worked through high school an then I went to UW-Stevens Point and earned biology and natural resources degrees,” Retko says.

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Historically, the wood from the dead or diseased trees lining city streets has been chipped, chopped or simply dumped.

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Kyoung Ae Cho is the third artist featured in Lynden’s Women, Nature, Science series.

Drumming Up Interest in a Sculpture Garden

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Ninety-nine percussionists will be playing throughout the Lynden Sculpture Garden this weekend, combining the arts of sound and scene.

Lynden Sculpture Garden

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