Seward artists Lisa Carlson and Peter Schulze build an ice garden, showing both the beauty and fragility of ice. They used a wide range of containers to make the ice pieces that they set up along the shore of Bdé Umáj / Lake Harriet during the four-week Ice Shanty Project Jan. 21–Feb. 12, 2023. The festival took place on land along the lakefront, in Bandshell Park, and in the picnic ground due to poor ice conditions in January. This year, there were 18 shanties and over 20 performances + art actions. Carlson and Schultze provided ongoing live demonstrations, tours, and hands on experiences.
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