Introducing THE COMN. This space was started by several creative entrepreneurs and currently hosts six main tenants, spanning from design to photography to fashion. It's a beautiful environment that is very inpiring and fosters important energy for this particular sector of Minneapolis. We're very thankful to friends Melissa Oholendt and Kate Arends for hosting us. Seen here is the main area that contains the Hackwith Design House.
The space is a combination of open layout and contained space, making it versatile for various uses. This meeting room was built custom and helps divide for quiet meetings.
Next to expansive windows sits the beautiful photo studio. This serves a mixture of needs as the main tenants incorporate many aspects of photography throughout their work.
Moose and Sadies is a good go-to cafe and restaurant in the Warehouse District.
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden hosts various beautiful installations.
Curators: Eric Crosby, Liz Glass, Misa Jeffereis
Walker Art Center's: Art Expanded, 1958-1978
It was also great to catch-up with Sara Kiesling, an amazing photographer, friend, and Minnesota native. She is currently moving to Nashville, TN where she will pursue the next chapter of her entrepreneurial endeavors and all-things-creative.
Overlooking the Mississippi from St. Paul.
Day-trip to Willow River State Park, Wisconsin, seen here are the main falls.