Minnecycle 2011 took place at the Vine Arts Center in the Ivy Building, 2637 27th Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Friday, September 23rd, and Saturday, September 24th, 2011. The weather was pleasant on both days and Minnecycle made for a fine destination outing by bicycle. We, the exhibitors and the memebers of the Vine Arts Center, would like to thank all the people who took time out of their day to stop by and visit us and for your generous donations to the Minnesota Food Shelf and the Vine Arts Center – thanks!!!
We’re not sure how many people showed up, but if you watch the videos, maybe you can come up with your own estimate…here are time-lapse videos of each day… Day 1:
Well, rather than just have this blog turn into a post-a-quick-photo wankfest, I figured I’d jump on here with an update with what’s been going on in my neck of the woods.
First off, my time up at Wyganowski‘s has been much reduced. It’s been over a month since I was last there. I’m spending a lot of time in my own workshop getting stuff going, and getting geared-up for Minnecycle.
To that end, I’ve figured out what I’ll be showing. The first of the frames will be going to Chris Kvale sometime this week for its paint job. Additionally, I bought display stands this weekend and got those built up (they’re doubling as storage space in my workshop), and I’ve started figuring out a few other things — new business cards (to replace my chintzy Vistaprint cards), displays, etc. I’ve got to order some dropouts and a batch of tubing for the other items I’ll be displaying at the show.