Karl Unnasch was first commissioned by the Rochester Arts Council to design and create the cast bronze trophies for the annual Ardee Awards in 2013.

 

The Ardee Awards celebrate the arts in Rochester — visual, performing arts and the humanities — and those who contribute to its culture as leaders, educators, or collaborators. They are named for Mayor Ardell Brede, who is widely considered the city's No. 1 supporter of the arts.

 

Award recipients are recognized every October at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester at The Fête – Celebrating Excellence in the Arts .

 

 

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Karl Unnasch -- Public Art, Stained Glass and Sculpture

Rochester Arts Council:

 

Visit here for more information about the Ardee Awards on the Rochester Arts Council’s website.

 

Or, visit the 2013 Ardee Awards on the Rochester Arts Council’s Facebook page here. 

for The Fête—Celebrating Excellence in the Arts

at the Mayo Civic Center

in Rochester, MN

 

 

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Ardee Awards

Karl Unnasch Public Art, Stained Glass and Sculpture

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Press:

 

Chatfield Artist Designs This Year’s Ardee Awards, Rochester Post Bulletin, Derek Sullivan, October 19, 2013

 

Other Public Works by Karl Unnasch in the City of Rochester:

 

At RCTC:

Healthy Acquaintances, Icons of Medicine and Random Survey Pulse  

 

A series of public art installations at Rochester Community and Technical College — Medical Sciences Building.

This set of installations includes a stained glass window bay, stained glass light fixtures and sculptural vitrines — all health and medically themed. .

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At John Marshall High School:

Conservation of Energy and The Sun Touches All

 

A series of stained glass window bays at John Marshall High School.

This set of installations incorporates reclaimed glass and dishware and was created together with the local student body as an integrative learning project.

 

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At the Rochester Art Center’s Remick Sculpture Garden:

Burnt Matchstick

 

This 40-foot-tall steel-framed stained glass sculpture referencing a burnt wooden matchstick will be on display outside the Rochester Art Center until June of 2016.

Rochester, Minnesota

 

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A Series of Bronze Trophies