Join us for the ultimate weatherproof tour! Explore St. Paul’s Skyway system, learn how to take stunning photos with your phone, and celebrate the grand opening of Lowertown’s latest reuse project, 333 on the Park. PLUS select photos taken during the tour and posted to Instagram will be displayed in the art gallery at 333 on the Park during May - Preservation Month!
333 on the Park is a Clarence Johnston-designed warehouse-turned-luxury apartment building, in the heart of Lowertown. Professional photographer Eric Mueller will share a short presentation, teaching how to maximize your smartphone for snapping amazing pictures on this tour and future excursions.
Then we’ll hit the road (or skyway) with art and architecture professor Kristin Anderson. Stops include Union Depot and the Pioneer Endicott Building, and we will be able to view iconic spots like Mears Park and the St. Paul Building from skyway level. Plenty of opportunities to practice your new photography skills!
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