SCULPTURE GARDEN

SCULPTURE GARDEN

spacious open-air gallery

Developed by the Center in 1996, with assistance from the Red Wing Environmental Learning Center and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, this 15 acre park is one of Minnesota's largest sculpture gardens and includes works by nationally and internationally acclaimed sculptors, including Charles Biederman, Siah Armajani, and Zoran Mojsilov. Complete with observation deck, walking trails, benches, picnic areas, interpretive signs, mesic prairie areas, and stunning vistas of the Cannon River valley, this spacious open-air gallery serves as an artistic and educational resource, a natural habitat, and a quiet place where one can glimpse a sampling of the region's original native ecosystem. There are currently over 30 sculptures in the garden and on Anderson Center grounds.

Entrance to the Anderson Center Sculpture Garden

The Anderson Center is proud to announce the launch of the Sculpture Garden Engagement Program with the August 17, 2020 installation of a new sculpture, entitled Hold, by Alonso Sierralta, a Chilean-born, Minnesota-based artist and educator. Thanks to support from SEMAC and a partnership with Hispanic Outreach of Goodhue County, Alonso will lead hands-on workshops and engagement activities this fall with high school students participating in Hispanic Outreach's after school Youth and Family Education Program. A capstone event to dedicate Alonso's sculpture and share the students' work and stories is scheduled for Saturday, October 24 at the Anderson Center.

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2020 Engagement Program

The Anderson Center is proud to announce the launch of the Sculpture Garden Engagement Program with a summer 2020 installation of a new sculpture, entitled Hold, by Alonso Sierralta, a Chilean-born, Minnesota-based artist and educator. Thanks to support from SEMAC and a partnership with Hispanic Outreach of Goodhue County, Alonso will lead hands-on workshops and engagement activities this fall with high school students participating in Hispanic Outreach's after school Youth and Family Education Program. A capstone event to dedicate Alonso's sculpture and share the students' work and stories is scheduled for Saturday, October 24 at the Anderson Center.

Learn More Here
Entrance to the Anderson Center Sculpture Garden

SIGNATURE SCULPTURES

SIGNATURE SCULPTURES

Moby Dick Sculpture
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